LambdaSpeak 1.95

By LambdaMikel

2 layer board of 4.21 x 3.11 inches (106.8 x 78.9 mm).
Shared on April 20th, 2018 04:29

LambdaSpeak 1.95 is a next-generation speech synthesizer for the Amstrad (Schneider) CPC computers (CPC 464, CPC 664, CPC 6128). More details about the project can be found on the project GitHub page.


LambdaSpeak 1.95

By LambdaMikel

2 layer board of 4.21 x 3.11 inches (106.8 x 78.9 mm).
Shared on April 20th, 2018 04:29

LambdaSpeak 1.95 is a next-generation speech synthesizer for the Amstrad (Schneider) CPC computers (CPC 464, CPC 664, CPC 6128). More details about the project can be found on the project GitHub page.



oxford_triton_sample_mount

By ckometter

4 layer board of 1.12 x 1.12 inches (28.5 x 28.5 mm).
Shared on April 19th, 2018 21:50


oxford_triton_sample_mount

By ckometter

4 layer board of 1.12 x 1.12 inches (28.5 x 28.5 mm).
Shared on April 19th, 2018 21:50



apa102-2020-MB-603

By hiduino

2 layer board of 0.25 x 0.25 inches (6.3 x 6.3 mm).
Shared on April 19th, 2018 21:14

Apa102-2020 Micro Board w/dec cap - 603 (47EpJYK9)


apa102-2020-MB-603

By hiduino

2 layer board of 0.25 x 0.25 inches (6.3 x 6.3 mm).
Shared on April 19th, 2018 21:14

Apa102-2020 Micro Board w/dec cap - 603 (47EpJYK9)



apa102-2020-EB-SS-603

By hiduino

2 layer board of 0.25 x 0.25 inches (6.3 x 6.3 mm).
Shared on April 19th, 2018 21:13

apa102-2020 wide edge conn side rounded w/dec. cap - 0603 (rxk7Z3Vg)


apa102-2020-EB-SS-603

By hiduino

2 layer board of 0.25 x 0.25 inches (6.3 x 6.3 mm).
Shared on April 19th, 2018 21:13

apa102-2020 wide edge conn side rounded w/dec. cap - 0603 (rxk7Z3Vg)



apa102-2020-BB-603

By hiduino

2 layer board of 0.40 x 0.30 inches (10.2 x 7.6 mm).
Shared on April 19th, 2018 21:12

apa102-2020 0.3 Space Breadboard w/dec. cap - 0603 (U7D43YSE)


apa102-2020-BB-603

By hiduino

2 layer board of 0.40 x 0.30 inches (10.2 x 7.6 mm).
Shared on April 19th, 2018 21:12

apa102-2020 0.3 Space Breadboard w/dec. cap - 0603 (U7D43YSE)



Gaboze Pocaio

By 32teeth

2 layer board of 2.81 x 4.55 inches (71.3 x 115.6 mm).
Shared on April 19th, 2018 10:43

Gaboze Pocaio

Gaboze Pocaio

Gaboze Pocaio is a concatenation Game Boy Zero Pocket All In One

  • Game
  • Boy
  • Zero
  • Pocket
  • All
  • In
  • One

Gaboze Pocaio - Isometric View

Introduction

Gaboze Pocaio - Pocket All In One

Raspberry Pi Zero based arcade in you pocket, and in your Gameboy Pocket

Features:

  • 2.4" TFT LCD
  • Gameboy button layout interface
  • Raspberry Pi Zero
  • Battery Charger (TP4056 Module)
  • 60 frames per second display
  • Headphone Jack (LM4857)
  • Speaker capability (LM4857)

Platforms:

The boards have been tested with the following platforms:

Other platforms are yet to be tested.

Eagle CAD Library

With our project we have included a few custom Eagle CAD Libraries

Details

Top Bottom
Gaboze Pocaio - Top Silk Gaboze Pocaio - Bottom Silk

Money Shot

Gaboze Pocaio - Video

3D Model

Bill Of Materials

BOM with purchase links


Donations

Not necessary but always welcome


Gaboze Pocaio

By 32teeth

2 layer board of 2.81 x 4.55 inches (71.3 x 115.6 mm).
Shared on April 19th, 2018 10:43

Gaboze Pocaio

Gaboze Pocaio

Gaboze Pocaio is a concatenation Game Boy Zero Pocket All In One

  • Game
  • Boy
  • Zero
  • Pocket
  • All
  • In
  • One

Gaboze Pocaio - Isometric View

Introduction

Gaboze Pocaio - Pocket All In One

Raspberry Pi Zero based arcade in you pocket, and in your Gameboy Pocket

Features:

  • 2.4" TFT LCD
  • Gameboy button layout interface
  • Raspberry Pi Zero
  • Battery Charger (TP4056 Module)
  • 60 frames per second display
  • Headphone Jack (LM4857)
  • Speaker capability (LM4857)

Platforms:

The boards have been tested with the following platforms:

Other platforms are yet to be tested.

Eagle CAD Library

With our project we have included a few custom Eagle CAD Libraries

Details

Top Bottom
Gaboze Pocaio - Top Silk Gaboze Pocaio - Bottom Silk

Money Shot

Gaboze Pocaio - Video

3D Model

Bill Of Materials

BOM with purchase links


Donations

Not necessary but always welcome



James R Yaunick

By JYaunDawg

2 layer board of 3.53 x 1.53 inches (89.6 x 38.8 mm).
Shared on April 19th, 2018 03:51

This is for a college capstone project. We are receiving analog signals and processing those through an Atmel chip.


James R Yaunick

By JYaunDawg

2 layer board of 3.53 x 1.53 inches (89.6 x 38.8 mm).
Shared on April 19th, 2018 03:51

This is for a college capstone project. We are receiving analog signals and processing those through an Atmel chip.



KS0108_2Wire Rev 1.0

By KO4XL

2 layer board of 2.00 x 0.50 inches (50.8 x 12.7 mm).
Shared on April 19th, 2018 01:18

2-Wire backpack for KS0108 graphic LCD


KS0108_2Wire Rev 1.0

By KO4XL

2 layer board of 2.00 x 0.50 inches (50.8 x 12.7 mm).
Shared on April 19th, 2018 01:18

2-Wire backpack for KS0108 graphic LCD



Foxhunt_Shield Rev 2

By KO4XL

2 layer board of 0.93 x 0.79 inches (23.5 x 20.0 mm).
Shared on April 19th, 2018 01:18

Interface a DigiSpark to your Baofeng HT to make a poor man’s fox for ham radio foxhunting. Rev 2 moves PTT to P4 to solve a conflict with the Micronucleus bootloader.


Foxhunt_Shield Rev 2

By KO4XL

2 layer board of 0.93 x 0.79 inches (23.5 x 20.0 mm).
Shared on April 19th, 2018 01:18

Interface a DigiSpark to your Baofeng HT to make a poor man’s fox for ham radio foxhunting. Rev 2 moves PTT to P4 to solve a conflict with the Micronucleus bootloader.



Programming_Socket Rev 2

By KO4XL

2 layer board of 1.79 x 1.35 inches (45.4 x 34.3 mm).
Shared on April 19th, 2018 01:17

ICSP to ZIF adapter for 8-20 pin DIP ATtinys. Rev 2 has bigger holes for ZIF socket to accommodate “TFXTDOL” knockoffs.


Programming_Socket Rev 2

By KO4XL

2 layer board of 1.79 x 1.35 inches (45.4 x 34.3 mm).
Shared on April 19th, 2018 01:17

ICSP to ZIF adapter for 8-20 pin DIP ATtinys. Rev 2 has bigger holes for ZIF socket to accommodate “TFXTDOL” knockoffs.



Teensy Serial Ports v2

By jkinkennon

2 layer board of 1.30 x 2.86 inches (33.0 x 72.7 mm).
Shared on April 19th, 2018 01:01

Teensy breakout to drive 4 LCDs (serial enabled).


Teensy Serial Ports v2

By jkinkennon

2 layer board of 1.30 x 2.86 inches (33.0 x 72.7 mm).
Shared on April 19th, 2018 01:01

Teensy breakout to drive 4 LCDs (serial enabled).



ProjectMF Blue Box

By dfroula

2 layer board of 3.27 x 2.75 inches (83.0 x 69.8 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 21:55

This is the PC board for the ProjectMF PIC 12F683 Phone Phreak blue box that was given away at the HOPE conference by Phil Lapsley. See http://www.projectmf.org for details.


ProjectMF Blue Box

By dfroula

2 layer board of 3.27 x 2.75 inches (83.0 x 69.8 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 21:55

This is the PC board for the ProjectMF PIC 12F683 Phone Phreak blue box that was given away at the HOPE conference by Phil Lapsley. See http://www.projectmf.org for details.



oshpark_trl

By dlharmon

4 layer board of 3.31 x 1.31 inches (84.2 x 33.2 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 20:12

Uses these connectors: https://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/476-08K80A-40ML5


oshpark_trl

By dlharmon

4 layer board of 3.31 x 1.31 inches (84.2 x 33.2 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 20:12

Uses these connectors: https://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/476-08K80A-40ML5



esp relay switch

By flegi

2 layer board of 1.00 x 1.13 inches (25.4 x 28.6 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 19:58


esp relay switch

By flegi

2 layer board of 1.00 x 1.13 inches (25.4 x 28.6 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 19:58



CF-IDE mount

By AtariBits

2 layer board of 1.29 x 2.62 inches (32.7 x 66.5 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 19:49

Right Angle CF-IDE44 Adapter Mounting Board and Shield


CF-IDE mount

By AtariBits

2 layer board of 1.29 x 2.62 inches (32.7 x 66.5 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 19:49

Right Angle CF-IDE44 Adapter Mounting Board and Shield



nSOT Noise Preamp

By ashragai

2 layer board of 4.00 x 3.00 inches (101.6 x 76.2 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 18:48


nSOT Noise Preamp

By ashragai

2 layer board of 4.00 x 3.00 inches (101.6 x 76.2 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 18:48



Simple Davis v3 Interface

By zlaa303

2 layer board of 0.99 x 0.87 inches (25.0 x 22.0 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 16:58

Simple(st) and cheap(est) interface for Davis Vantage Vue with v3 software (infamous green dot). Tested with Vantage Vue, should work with other stations too.

IC1 = ATTiny85 with program from : http://meteo.annoyingdesigns.com/DavisSPI.pdf

C1 = 100n (optional)

D1 = 3v3 Zener (optional)

R1 = 470R (optional, short if not used)

J1 = 2x10 female header 2.0mm pitch

Should be used with USB-UART cable (tested with PL2303, should work with others too), B-ground, W-cable’s Tx, G-cable’s Rx. If cable is 5V one, it’s recomended to use R1 and D1 as a voltage clamping since Davis operates at 3v3.


Simple Davis v3 Interface

By zlaa303

2 layer board of 0.99 x 0.87 inches (25.0 x 22.0 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 16:58

Simple(st) and cheap(est) interface for Davis Vantage Vue with v3 software (infamous green dot). Tested with Vantage Vue, should work with other stations too.

IC1 = ATTiny85 with program from : http://meteo.annoyingdesigns.com/DavisSPI.pdf

C1 = 100n (optional)

D1 = 3v3 Zener (optional)

R1 = 470R (optional, short if not used)

J1 = 2x10 female header 2.0mm pitch

Should be used with USB-UART cable (tested with PL2303, should work with others too), B-ground, W-cable’s Tx, G-cable’s Rx. If cable is 5V one, it’s recomended to use R1 and D1 as a voltage clamping since Davis operates at 3v3.



RaspberryPiZero-PWM-sound

By 32teeth

2 layer board of 0.64 x 0.89 inches (16.3 x 22.5 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 15:47

Description Pretty much what the title says. This is a 16.25mm x 22.5mm board for PWM sound to a 3.5mm jack.


RaspberryPiZero-PWM-sound

By 32teeth

2 layer board of 0.64 x 0.89 inches (16.3 x 22.5 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 15:47

Description Pretty much what the title says. This is a 16.25mm x 22.5mm board for PWM sound to a 3.5mm jack.



TMC2130 SPI

By TWD

2 layer board of 2.17 x 1.09 inches (55.2 x 27.8 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 14:57

TMC2130 Breakout Board with SPI For Trinamic TMC2130. Solder free way to connect your 4 or 5 stepper drivers.


TMC2130 SPI

By TWD

2 layer board of 2.17 x 1.09 inches (55.2 x 27.8 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 14:57

TMC2130 Breakout Board with SPI For Trinamic TMC2130. Solder free way to connect your 4 or 5 stepper drivers.



M100 RAM Module (DIP Version)

By Stardust

2 layer board of 0.80 x 1.59 inches (20.2 x 40.3 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 10:05

Memory module for the Radio Shack M100 using DIP Parts.

  • U1: AS6C6264-55PCN, DigiKey 1450-1036-ND
  • U2: SN74HC148N, DigiKey 296-8233-5-ND
  • Pins: CTS 2180 ETAME, DigiKey A117856CT-ND (x28)

DigiKey Parts list for a single module

Assembly Tips

To simplify the construction the following assembly order is recommended:

  • U2 is inserted from the bottom. It also has to be soldered from the same side as the chip. The excess pins on the top side can either be trimmed off or bent over - make sure they do not touch.
  • The CTS 2180 ETAME IC pins are then soldered on to the board. The easiest method is to use an empty IC socket on the M100 to make sure they are the correct length.
  • U1 is the last part to be placed on the board.

How to use the IC Pins (CTS 2180)

The suggested pins used for inserting the module into the M100 IC socket are similar to IC pins and should not cause any problems with the socket. The pins are used in a slightly different way to the usual method shown in their datasheet, they are normally used for mounting SIL boards vertically via their edge.

  1. Cut a strip of pins to the required length, 14 pins per side in this case. Leave on the top and bottom rails.
  2. Snip the pins off close to the bottom rail trying to keep them the same length.
  3. With one row of holes aligned with the socket insert the pins from the top through the PCB holes into the socket pins. Make sure the pins are firmly pressed into the socket. This will give the required length of pins for the socket. Repeat for the other side of the module.
  4. Solder the pins on the top of the PCB. Once all the pins are soldered the PCB can be removed from the socket.
  5. Snap off the top rail (it will breakaway) and snip off the pin heads close to the top of PCB to leave a clean surface on the top of the board. The pin tops can be resoldered to provide a better finish if desired.


M100 RAM Module (DIP Version)

By Stardust

2 layer board of 0.80 x 1.59 inches (20.2 x 40.3 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 10:05

Memory module for the Radio Shack M100 using DIP Parts.

  • U1: AS6C6264-55PCN, DigiKey 1450-1036-ND
  • U2: SN74HC148N, DigiKey 296-8233-5-ND
  • Pins: CTS 2180 ETAME, DigiKey A117856CT-ND (x28)

DigiKey Parts list for a single module

Assembly Tips

To simplify the construction the following assembly order is recommended:

  • U2 is inserted from the bottom. It also has to be soldered from the same side as the chip. The excess pins on the top side can either be trimmed off or bent over - make sure they do not touch.
  • The CTS 2180 ETAME IC pins are then soldered on to the board. The easiest method is to use an empty IC socket on the M100 to make sure they are the correct length.
  • U1 is the last part to be placed on the board.

How to use the IC Pins (CTS 2180)

The suggested pins used for inserting the module into the M100 IC socket are similar to IC pins and should not cause any problems with the socket. The pins are used in a slightly different way to the usual method shown in their datasheet, they are normally used for mounting SIL boards vertically via their edge.

  1. Cut a strip of pins to the required length, 14 pins per side in this case. Leave on the top and bottom rails.
  2. Snip the pins off close to the bottom rail trying to keep them the same length.
  3. With one row of holes aligned with the socket insert the pins from the top through the PCB holes into the socket pins. Make sure the pins are firmly pressed into the socket. This will give the required length of pins for the socket. Repeat for the other side of the module.
  4. Solder the pins on the top of the PCB. Once all the pins are soldered the PCB can be removed from the socket.
  5. Snap off the top rail (it will breakaway) and snip off the pin heads close to the top of PCB to leave a clean surface on the top of the board. The pin tops can be resoldered to provide a better finish if desired.