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WS2812 and Beeper 24mm wide

2 layer board of 0.95 x 0.39 inches (24.0 x 10.0 mm).
Shared on December 20th, 2016 22:38

beep beep beepity beep

Is 35mm too wide? I’m sure it is. Here’s one that’s only 24mm. As small as I can make a pair of 5050’s and a beeper. needs a special beeper, too!

https://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/pui-audio-inc/AI-1027-TWT-5V-2-R/668-1454-ND/5011389

Go nuts.


WS2812 and Beeper 24mm wide

2 layer board of 0.95 x 0.39 inches (24.0 x 10.0 mm).
Shared on December 20th, 2016 22:38

beep beep beepity beep

Is 35mm too wide? I’m sure it is. Here’s one that’s only 24mm. As small as I can make a pair of 5050’s and a beeper. needs a special beeper, too!

https://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/pui-audio-inc/AI-1027-TWT-5V-2-R/668-1454-ND/5011389

Go nuts.



lights and buzzers

2 layer board of 1.38 x 0.39 inches (35.0 x 10.0 mm).
Shared on September 8th, 2016 22:29

Now with data out. Only 35mm wide, for really tight builds. The beeper is this:

https://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/pui-audio-inc/AI-1027-TWT-5V-2-R/668-1454-ND/5011389

Although I suspect any 9.6mm diameter active buzzer would work. Notably, that rules out most eBay options which are 12x9.6 or thereabouts.


lights and buzzers

2 layer board of 1.38 x 0.39 inches (35.0 x 10.0 mm).
Shared on September 8th, 2016 22:29

Now with data out. Only 35mm wide, for really tight builds. The beeper is this:

https://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/pui-audio-inc/AI-1027-TWT-5V-2-R/668-1454-ND/5011389

Although I suspect any 9.6mm diameter active buzzer would work. Notably, that rules out most eBay options which are 12x9.6 or thereabouts.



lights and buzzers

2 layer board of 1.38 x 0.39 inches (35.0 x 10.0 mm).
Shared on July 14th, 2016 13:42

gimme a beep!


lights and buzzers

2 layer board of 1.38 x 0.39 inches (35.0 x 10.0 mm).
Shared on July 14th, 2016 13:42

gimme a beep!



Micro MinimOSD PDB v2

2 layer board of 1.42 x 1.42 inches (36.0 x 36.0 mm).
Shared on May 29th, 2016 20:54

Better sizing! Fewer Pads! Less chance starting a damn fire if you know what I mean


Micro MinimOSD PDB v2

2 layer board of 1.42 x 1.42 inches (36.0 x 36.0 mm).
Shared on May 29th, 2016 20:54

Better sizing! Fewer Pads! Less chance starting a damn fire if you know what I mean



Micro MinimOSD PDB

2 layer board of 1.42 x 1.42 inches (36.0 x 36.0 mm).
Shared on May 5th, 2016 16:38

Note: No clearance on standoffs is an almost guaranteed short circuit with metal standoffs. And the minim cutout is undersized. And why not have a 12v reg, since there’s space. Anyway, don’t use.

I like an OSD, but I hate wiring it. Put the Pololu reg on top or beneath the board. Fundamentally just a respin of the Atom PCB, but with bigger tracks for the power leads because the Atom PCB doesn’t look like it’d stand up to a constant 5A per motor load.

The pads are mostly laid out to be as directly wired for a SN20a as possible, but the pads for motor #1 are reversed to provide better current handling for the negative rail.

There are ground and signal “pads” near the power pads for jumping from the ESC to a second wire for running up to the FC.

Warning: Untested. Order at your own risk.


Micro MinimOSD PDB

2 layer board of 1.42 x 1.42 inches (36.0 x 36.0 mm).
Shared on May 5th, 2016 16:38

Note: No clearance on standoffs is an almost guaranteed short circuit with metal standoffs. And the minim cutout is undersized. And why not have a 12v reg, since there’s space. Anyway, don’t use.

I like an OSD, but I hate wiring it. Put the Pololu reg on top or beneath the board. Fundamentally just a respin of the Atom PCB, but with bigger tracks for the power leads because the Atom PCB doesn’t look like it’d stand up to a constant 5A per motor load.

The pads are mostly laid out to be as directly wired for a SN20a as possible, but the pads for motor #1 are reversed to provide better current handling for the negative rail.

There are ground and signal “pads” near the power pads for jumping from the ESC to a second wire for running up to the FC.

Warning: Untested. Order at your own risk.