- This topic has 2 replies, 2 voices, and was last updated 1 year, 3 months ago by René.
2019-06-07 at 03:14 #2892MartynKeymaster
René kindly emailed the design files and photos of the dropController he built:
These 2 Json-files can be imported in EasyEDA (https://easyeda.com/). To open the files go to folder icon in the top left corner of EasyEDA and select
“Open” then select “EasyEDA” then select both “.json” files.
The last time I made a PCB was 30 years ago on what is known as High School. So I am a bit rusty :-).
I made some small changes that, I think, don’t affect the working of the PCB.
Please have a look and look for faults, If you see room for improvements apply them.
Some extra info on why I did design it this way:
– H1 to H14, LED 1+2, U7 are drill holes so I can use wire to the connectors/switch
Any questions? Please ask.
2019-07-29 at 15:32 #3160Wim NijholtGuest
I got one question for you, regarding the enclosure you are using.
can you post some information regarding the enclosure?
With the kindest regards,
2019-07-30 at 15:12 #3165RenéGuest
I bought the enclosure at “www.reichelt.nl” and the partnumber is RM2055M.
The dimensions are 140 x 190 x 50 mm.
As you can see the micro-usb cable fits, but it is tight. Turn the PCB 90 degrees clockwise.