picamera-hdmi

By lsrggr

2 layer board of 0.99 x 0.87 inches (25.2 x 22.2 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 07:36

A converter from FFC from the Pi camera to HDMI.


picamera-hdmi

By lsrggr

2 layer board of 0.99 x 0.87 inches (25.2 x 22.2 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 07:36

A converter from FFC from the Pi camera to HDMI.



Open Source Turtle Robot Board 0.2

By MakersBox

2 layer board of 1.26 x 2.31 inches (32.0 x 58.7 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 05:51

Turtle robot that uses an Adafruit Trinket Pro as MCU. BOM & instructions at https://github.com/aspro648/OSTR


Open Source Turtle Robot Board 0.2

By MakersBox

2 layer board of 1.26 x 2.31 inches (32.0 x 58.7 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 05:51

Turtle robot that uses an Adafruit Trinket Pro as MCU. BOM & instructions at https://github.com/aspro648/OSTR



MCP2562 Breakout Board Mk.2

By Andyfinity

2 layer board of 0.60 x 0.60 inches (15.3 x 15.3 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 04:10

Description

Simple breakout board to convert logic-level signals to CAN bus. The MCP2562 is nothing but a fancy level shifter and must be used with a CAN bus controller, such as a Microchip MCP2515.

This board fits in a breadboard!

The left-side pins are the same as the CAN bus header on the LPCXpresso11C24 dev board.

Designed in EagleCAD.

Pins

Right side:

  • TX: data out from CAN bus
  • RX: data into CAN bus
  • GND: ground (same as left side)
  • +5V: powers chip (same as left side)
  • VIO: interface voltage reference
  • STBY: place the MCP2562 into low-power state

Left side:

  • CANH: high-voltage side of CAN bus (usually 2.5-5V logic)
  • CANL: low-voltage side of CAN bus (usually 0-2.5V logic)
  • GND: ground (same as right side)
  • +5V: transceiver power rail (same as right side)
  • STBY: place the MCP2562 into low-power state

BOM

  • U1: Microchip MCP2562SN
  • C1, C2: 0.1µF 0603 ceramic capacitor
  • R1: 120Ω 0603 resistor


MCP2562 Breakout Board Mk.2

By Andyfinity

2 layer board of 0.60 x 0.60 inches (15.3 x 15.3 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 04:10

Description

Simple breakout board to convert logic-level signals to CAN bus. The MCP2562 is nothing but a fancy level shifter and must be used with a CAN bus controller, such as a Microchip MCP2515.

This board fits in a breadboard!

The left-side pins are the same as the CAN bus header on the LPCXpresso11C24 dev board.

Designed in EagleCAD.

Pins

Right side:

  • TX: data out from CAN bus
  • RX: data into CAN bus
  • GND: ground (same as left side)
  • +5V: powers chip (same as left side)
  • VIO: interface voltage reference
  • STBY: place the MCP2562 into low-power state

Left side:

  • CANH: high-voltage side of CAN bus (usually 2.5-5V logic)
  • CANL: low-voltage side of CAN bus (usually 0-2.5V logic)
  • GND: ground (same as right side)
  • +5V: transceiver power rail (same as right side)
  • STBY: place the MCP2562 into low-power state

BOM

  • U1: Microchip MCP2562SN
  • C1, C2: 0.1µF 0603 ceramic capacitor
  • R1: 120Ω 0603 resistor



Honeywell MPR Breakout Board

By Andyfinity

2 layer board of 0.60 x 0.40 inches (15.3 x 10.2 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 04:10

Description

Simple breakout board for Honeywell’s MPR line of pressure sensors, which use a Wheatstone bridge and an optional 1nF filter capacitor.

This board has 0.5" pin row spacing such that it fits in a standard breadboard.

Designed in EagleCAD.

Pins

Right side:

  • RST: reset, active-low
  • EOC: end of conversion, data is available, active-high
  • GND: ground
  • +3.3V: VDD (note: device has no reverse-polarity protection and very little over-voltage protection)

Left side:

  • MISO: master-in-slave-out for SPI
  • SCL/SCK: clock input for SPI and I2C
  • MOSI/SDA: data input for SPI, data I/O for I2C
  • CS: chip select for SPI

BOM

  • top footprint: any Honeywell MPR device
  • 100nF: any 100nF 0603 capacitor
  • 1nF: any 1nF 0603 capacitor


Honeywell MPR Breakout Board

By Andyfinity

2 layer board of 0.60 x 0.40 inches (15.3 x 10.2 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 04:10

Description

Simple breakout board for Honeywell’s MPR line of pressure sensors, which use a Wheatstone bridge and an optional 1nF filter capacitor.

This board has 0.5" pin row spacing such that it fits in a standard breadboard.

Designed in EagleCAD.

Pins

Right side:

  • RST: reset, active-low
  • EOC: end of conversion, data is available, active-high
  • GND: ground
  • +3.3V: VDD (note: device has no reverse-polarity protection and very little over-voltage protection)

Left side:

  • MISO: master-in-slave-out for SPI
  • SCL/SCK: clock input for SPI and I2C
  • MOSI/SDA: data input for SPI, data I/O for I2C
  • CS: chip select for SPI

BOM

  • top footprint: any Honeywell MPR device
  • 100nF: any 100nF 0603 capacitor
  • 1nF: any 1nF 0603 capacitor



receiver.kicad_pcb

By silas2005

2 layer board of 0.61 x 0.91 inches (15.4 x 23.0 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 03:38


receiver.kicad_pcb

By silas2005

2 layer board of 0.61 x 0.91 inches (15.4 x 23.0 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 03:38



Blade3Sided

By TheFrebrandForge

2 layer board of 0.73 x 0.73 inches (18.6 x 18.6 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 03:03


Blade3Sided

By TheFrebrandForge

2 layer board of 0.73 x 0.73 inches (18.6 x 18.6 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 03:03



Hilt

By TheFrebrandForge

2 layer board of 0.73 x 0.73 inches (18.6 x 18.6 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 03:03


Hilt

By TheFrebrandForge

2 layer board of 0.73 x 0.73 inches (18.6 x 18.6 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 03:03



RemoteMotion_2018-04-12

By InTentss

2 layer board of 0.89 x 4.39 inches (22.5 x 111.4 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 01:57


RemoteMotion_2018-04-12

By InTentss

2 layer board of 0.89 x 4.39 inches (22.5 x 111.4 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 01:57



MotionSign_2018-04-18

By InTentss

2 layer board of 3.39 x 1.89 inches (86.1 x 47.9 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 01:57

Motion Detector + LCD 2004A + ESP-12 + LEDS!


MotionSign_2018-04-18

By InTentss

2 layer board of 3.39 x 1.89 inches (86.1 x 47.9 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 01:57

Motion Detector + LCD 2004A + ESP-12 + LEDS!



nrf24 breakout

By drwahl

2 layer board of 0.45 x 0.70 inches (11.5 x 17.8 mm).
Shared on April 17th, 2018 22:57

rev -


nrf24 breakout

By drwahl

2 layer board of 0.45 x 0.70 inches (11.5 x 17.8 mm).
Shared on April 17th, 2018 22:57

rev -



OMSI - Shake House - i2C Extender

By hydronics

2 layer board of 1.59 x 2.05 inches (40.3 x 52.1 mm).
Shared on April 17th, 2018 22:25

P82B715TD i2c Extender with pads to solder a MM8451 Accelerometer directly to the board or through 4 pin 3.5mm connector


OMSI - Shake House - i2C Extender

By hydronics

2 layer board of 1.59 x 2.05 inches (40.3 x 52.1 mm).
Shared on April 17th, 2018 22:25

P82B715TD i2c Extender with pads to solder a MM8451 Accelerometer directly to the board or through 4 pin 3.5mm connector



Mechaduino01.brd

By thewyliestcoyote

2 layer board of 1.65 x 1.65 inches (41.9 x 41.9 mm).
Shared on April 17th, 2018 20:02

Mechaduino


Mechaduino01.brd

By thewyliestcoyote

2 layer board of 1.65 x 1.65 inches (41.9 x 41.9 mm).
Shared on April 17th, 2018 20:02

Mechaduino



DCHDMI TEST CONNECTOR

By citrus3000psi

2 layer board of 1.70 x 1.38 inches (43.1 x 35.1 mm).
Shared on April 17th, 2018 18:50


DCHDMI TEST CONNECTOR

By citrus3000psi

2 layer board of 1.70 x 1.38 inches (43.1 x 35.1 mm).
Shared on April 17th, 2018 18:50



usgs-sensor-v1.1

By cef

2 layer board of 3.99 x 2.99 inches (101.3 x 76.0 mm).
Shared on April 17th, 2018 18:25

USGS Sensor Board v1.1


usgs-sensor-v1.1

By cef

2 layer board of 3.99 x 2.99 inches (101.3 x 76.0 mm).
Shared on April 17th, 2018 18:25

USGS Sensor Board v1.1



kinX hub-hw v2018-03-27

By stapelberg

4 layer board of 2.53 x 2.04 inches (64.3 x 51.9 mm).
Shared on April 17th, 2018 16:22

Find more details and the hardware design files at https://github.com/kinx-project/hub-hw

Find more details about the project at https://michael.stapelberg.de/posts/2018-04-17-kinx/


kinX hub-hw v2018-03-27

By stapelberg

4 layer board of 2.53 x 2.04 inches (64.3 x 51.9 mm).
Shared on April 17th, 2018 16:22

Find more details and the hardware design files at https://github.com/kinx-project/hub-hw

Find more details about the project at https://michael.stapelberg.de/posts/2018-04-17-kinx/



kinX mk66f-hw v2018-04-14

By stapelberg

4 layer board of 4.80 x 3.39 inches (122.0 x 86.0 mm).
Shared on April 17th, 2018 16:19

Find more details and the hardware design files at https://github.com/kinx-project/mk66f-hw

Find more details about the project at https://michael.stapelberg.de/posts/2018-04-17-kinx/


kinX mk66f-hw v2018-04-14

By stapelberg

4 layer board of 4.80 x 3.39 inches (122.0 x 86.0 mm).
Shared on April 17th, 2018 16:19

Find more details and the hardware design files at https://github.com/kinx-project/mk66f-hw

Find more details about the project at https://michael.stapelberg.de/posts/2018-04-17-kinx/



Anet adapter for ESP3D w/ ESP-01 (Rev 2)

By Telanoc

2 layer board of 1.13 x 0.80 inches (28.7 x 20.3 mm).
Shared on April 17th, 2018 15:58

Simple interface to run my Anet A8 using ESP3D and an ESP-01 module. A TTL gate keeps startup serial data out of the printer. Requires removing 2 zero ohm resistors and installing a 6 pin header on the Anet controller in the BLE/USB position. You will also need to add code to the ESP3D sketch’s setup() function to set GPIO 0 as an output and write a logic LOW to that pin in order to enable transmit data to go out of the ESP-01 to the printer. This board should plug in to the connector next to the LCD connector. Power should be taken from the 12v board power (or a separate wall-wart might be used). Given the various problems an Anet A8 has, I didn’t want to stress its on-board voltage regulators with an ESP8266. This is revision 2 of this board, which uses a Recom R78E3.3-1.0 switching regulator. I also brought out GPIO2 to a header so the reset functionality of ESP3D can be used.

Schematic and board files (Eagle 7.x format) are at https://github.com/telanoc/anet_esp3d_board


Anet adapter for ESP3D w/ ESP-01 (Rev 2)

By Telanoc

2 layer board of 1.13 x 0.80 inches (28.7 x 20.3 mm).
Shared on April 17th, 2018 15:58

Simple interface to run my Anet A8 using ESP3D and an ESP-01 module. A TTL gate keeps startup serial data out of the printer. Requires removing 2 zero ohm resistors and installing a 6 pin header on the Anet controller in the BLE/USB position. You will also need to add code to the ESP3D sketch’s setup() function to set GPIO 0 as an output and write a logic LOW to that pin in order to enable transmit data to go out of the ESP-01 to the printer. This board should plug in to the connector next to the LCD connector. Power should be taken from the 12v board power (or a separate wall-wart might be used). Given the various problems an Anet A8 has, I didn’t want to stress its on-board voltage regulators with an ESP8266. This is revision 2 of this board, which uses a Recom R78E3.3-1.0 switching regulator. I also brought out GPIO2 to a header so the reset functionality of ESP3D can be used.

Schematic and board files (Eagle 7.x format) are at https://github.com/telanoc/anet_esp3d_board



vmuzero_keyonly

By smoki86

2 layer board of 1.63 x 0.97 inches (41.4 x 24.5 mm).
Shared on April 17th, 2018 14:49

https://github.com/satri360/vmuzero_seps525/tree/vmuzero_keyonly

board designed by satri360 from the sudomod.com forums


vmuzero_keyonly

By smoki86

2 layer board of 1.63 x 0.97 inches (41.4 x 24.5 mm).
Shared on April 17th, 2018 14:49

https://github.com/satri360/vmuzero_seps525/tree/vmuzero_keyonly

board designed by satri360 from the sudomod.com forums



SX1509 Isolated 32 SF V1

By jeditekunum

2 layer board of 4.92 x 2.84 inches (124.9 x 72.2 mm).
Shared on April 17th, 2018 13:14


SX1509 Isolated 32 SF V1

By jeditekunum

2 layer board of 4.92 x 2.84 inches (124.9 x 72.2 mm).
Shared on April 17th, 2018 13:14

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minimCAMSwitch

By artemen

2 layer board of 0.79 x 1.42 inches (20.1 x 36.1 mm).
Shared on April 17th, 2018 07:07


minimCAMSwitch

By artemen

2 layer board of 0.79 x 1.42 inches (20.1 x 36.1 mm).
Shared on April 17th, 2018 07:07