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.



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.



IV-3a VFD tube module w/ LED v2

By PhantomicLabs

2 layer board of 0.90 x 0.82 inches (22.9 x 20.8 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 07:22

IV-3a VFD tube module w/ LED v2


IV-3a VFD tube module w/ LED v2

By PhantomicLabs

2 layer board of 0.90 x 0.82 inches (22.9 x 20.8 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 07:22

IV-3a VFD tube module w/ LED v2



IV-3a VFD tube module w/ LED v1

By PhantomicLabs

2 layer board of 0.90 x 0.82 inches (22.9 x 20.8 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 07:18

IV-3a VFD tube module w/ LED v1


IV-3a VFD tube module w/ LED v1

By PhantomicLabs

2 layer board of 0.90 x 0.82 inches (22.9 x 20.8 mm).
Shared on April 18th, 2018 07:18

IV-3a VFD tube module w/ LED v1



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



Blade2Sided

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


Blade2Sided

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


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/