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And lastly, we will always ensure that the PCB will fit in a nice enclosure, so that the finished project not only looks nice, but is also safe. Our goal is to ensure that everybody can build our projects. If you enjoy our designs, please leave a comment and subscribe to our youtube channel, to help us grow the website and channel! For more details visit the github link below. Apart from that, you can also use the keyboard part of PCB by connecting it to the Commodore 64 motherboard or for other different projects.
The keyboard part has the same matrix structure as the real Commodore 64 keyboard. If you want faceplate applicable version PCB of this project , you can find it in the link below. Before paying for the PCBs, be sure to update your orders! Use this PCB at your own risk! Have funThank you. It is produced especially for aesthetic purposes, it is not mandatory.
I prefer white soldermask with Black silkscreen,For 1. Many thanks to artist Cem Tezcan Blockmind for his patience and contribution to working together. It's emulation, but it's an obtainable package that won't cost more than my current car.
Widely considered to be the ultimate in retro MIDI-modules, it's the audio card every 90s PC gamer eventually found out was never actually an audio card and instead its own thing completely separate from your computer. The BulkyMIDI was my attempt at building something that would look nice on my desk while playing all of those classic Sierra games. After putting it together I took stock of all the features I had originally wanted on it, but I realized that I would need an additional board just to physically fit all of the connectors and larger components needed.
And so - work on extras board was started with the aim of implementing the following features:Providing an option for mounting RSmodules for level translationAn Atmega MCU for performing baud rate translation of these signals when connecting a real Roland MT to a PCs serial port.
This is due to the MIDI standard using a baud rate that would be well outside of what the serial port can be configured to provide, at least without physically changing the crystal on the hardware. Passive two-channel audio mixer, allowing you to mix the sound effects coming from the sound card with that of the MIDI module without dealing with configuring a mixer in software on the card.
Able to mount a rotary encoder for use with the main module. This is the extras module, check out the related shared projects for any additional modules - these include extra functionality in addition to the faceplates shown in the images. While the baud rate translation feature as well as the passive audio mixer can be used standalone, the extras board was designed for use with the main BulkyMIDI module.
Tor-Eirik Bakke Lunde. Many of them might own an RA Breakout module or two For those who do, they will surely know about the problems encountered with using this particular breakout module The RA module, in itself, is a great piece of kit, and when used on a custom PCB, which was designed with all the little secrets of this module taken into consideration, is a pleasure.
Using the RA breakout module, in its existing form factor, does however present quite a few unique challenges, which, if you are unaware of them, can cause quite a few frustrating moments, or even result in permanent damage to the module What are these challenges:1 The module is based on the SX chip from Semtech and is a 3v device. This causes many people, especially on Youtube, to assume that it is ok to send 5v logic signals to this module I have still not seen any Youtube video telling viewers to at least use a resister divider or logic converter People just don't know, and those that know seem to be keeping quiet!
Adding logic converters is in fact specified by the datasheet. My personal experience while researching this project 4 The existing breakout module is not breadboarding compatible, resulting in a floating assembly with wires going everywhere, which results in unstable connections etc Basically something similar to the picture below:In this picture, I have an existing RA Breakout Module, with an 8 channel Logic converter and an Arduino Uno clone, along with all the needed wiring to make this setup possible Quite a lot of wires indeed I also have the constant problem of many unnecessary wires, many of which sometimes fail straight out of the box, when prototyping something.
I partly solved that by designing a few dedicated PCB solutions, but that is not always ideal, Using a dedicated Logic Converter IC, and Mosfet based converters to make up the difference, on a breadboard compatible module, seemed like a good idea, so I went ahead and designed the following solution:The breakout board module is breadboard compatible, and also has clearly marked pins to indicate the 3v and 5v sides of the module.
I used Cytron's Maker Uno platform, which is equipped with some added goodies, in the form of diagnostic LED etc to make prototyping a lot easier. Serial ; Serial. Check your connections. As we can see, you need quite a lot more wires to make this work. I have quite a few of them lying around and have never really done a lot with them, due to the fact that I do not really like using MicroPython or CircuitPython, and also because the recently released Arduino Core for the RP still being quite new I decided to use a development board that I recently bought from Cytron, the Maker Nano RP, as it has all the added diagnostic features to make my life a bit easier, I will also include a test with an original Pi Pico board, to make it more accessible to everyone out there.
I obviously needed to change the pin numbers though, as the RP uses different pins for its SPI interface. The level converter can thus stay disabled, with its pins in tri-state high impedance mode. So, While technically not being a true standalone Pico, It makes my life easier and was thus used for the test, as I can be sure that the pins are labelled exactly the same as on the original Pico. The code used for the Maker Nano RP works perfectly, with no changes required.
They also function as expected. In SummaryWhen I started this project, I set out to solve a problem personal to me , that could potentially help a lot of other people use the RA Module for more projects and tasks. The Breakout module in its current form can also be used with the RAh module Mhz Module without any changes. All GPIO pins are broken out, and accessible through full logic converted pins on both sides of the breakout module. I hope that this will be useful to someone.
I am also not releasing the full schematics at this stage, as I may decide to make some minor cosmetic changes in the near future. RA Breakout with Level converters 0 0. Digital Voltmeter:Digital voltmeters are used to measure potentials between two different points and they display the values in the form of digits accurately that is why they are more reliable to use. The chances of making errors are less as compared to the analog voltmeter. They are more stable and provide a better interface to the user.
Design Implementation:We are designing a circuit that will measure Voltages in Digital. All the inputs from those two potentials will be analog so we have to make all these values digital. We have many options to convert analog values to digital but we will use ICL IC due to its functionality as it will convert Analog to Digital and also give us output for 7 segments which will be easy for us.
Circuit Working:First of all, We need positive and negative voltages for our circuit. Negative will be supplied to ICL We will make these negative voltages with the help of a timer IC. NE IC will be used in Astable mode output oscillates at a particular frequency and generate pulses in the rectangular waveform. In Astable mode, will provide us continuous voltage when it will be triggered. For positive we are using LDO.
Then, we need two potential differences on pins 31 and After that, we have to make the internal clock circuit for ICL R1 and C1 will be used for the frequency of the internal clock. Then, we have to connect outputs from ICL with 7 segments. So, ICL will give 0 or ground to reference pins of 7-segments.
Like if we have to display 1 on 7-segment we have to ground or provide 0 to B and C and it may vary for a different set of numbers that will be displayed. Components Management Libraries:Before implementing the design in the PCB file, I have created the symbol and footprint of each component. Then I have uploaded each symbol linked with their footprint on Inventhub. Each component is attached to its supply chain. While designing the PCB board it is important to take care of the footprint and dimensions of each component.
Footprints should be exactly the same as per component size otherwise your design will not be perfect. Hello,This is a tested and working project. With "SD Browse" in this cartridge, you can not only load files easier and faster but you can also copy files or copy whole disk image to real Commodore Floppy Disks with FDD.
From Micro SD Card to 5. They can be used separately or both together. You can download Binary Eprom Image from this link. You can update or change the software in eprom by using this software. SD2iEC is easier to use and faster than its competitors. You can use SD Card as a huge capacity floppy or hard disk drive, you are not obligated to mount D64 disk images, you can load and save easly.
You can search and find alot of information about "how to use SD2iEC" in the internet. While transfering data reading or writing from SD cards it should not be interrupted like power-off or Reset systems. Otherwise that may damage SD cards. Gerber files can be changed at any time. As you can see, I have uploaded many projects and still working on new projects. If you have any questions please search answers from the internet. Unless I explicitly stated, all my projects are tested under normal conditions and confirmed to work before being shared.
I am sorry not having enough time to answer all the questions. Many thanks to Feandreu for his contribution in this project. Working of H-Bridge Driver:H- Bridge driver circuit is made up of four transistors that act as switches to spin or rotate the motor by turning them off or on in either forward or backward direction. It is a standard motor driver that can control the speed and direction of the motor. We can control the amount of current flowing to DC motors which control the speed of the motor using a potentiometer.
There is also a direction switch witch controls the current path and thus motor rotation direction. We want to move our motor continuously in the forward and reverse direction, this can be done by increasing the speed of the DC motor. The speed of the motor can only be increased by increasing the voltages. The pulse width modulation is used to provide the variable DC voltage to the motor. In PWM we increase the width of the pulse as the names suggest.
Block Diagram:H- Bridge driver is a device for motors supply, controlling its direction and speed. Following are the major parts of its circuitry Power Supply Connector to provide a power supply of 12V2- Switches for the Direction3- Potentiometer4- Motor ConnectorSchematic and design files:I have implemented my design on Altium Designer.
After designing my schematic diagram I have uploaded my schematic file online on Inventhub for the users. Did you miss your activation email? This topic This board Entire forum Google Bing. Print Search. Pages: [ 1 ] Go Down. Read times. Hi, i just got this pcb.
It's a pretty neat little thing with all the standards needed for charging all modern phones. My unit was flaky since the start, i had the resolder some things because they didnt have proper contact and didnt work. When i finally fixed it my first go ever at SMD , i had the mAh battery pack flapping around in the breeze and at one moment it touched the battery terminals but with reverse polarity. A little bit of magic smoke came from around the IC area.
I took it away and cooled it down. After plugging in the pack correctly, The LEDs lit up and it seemed all fine. Normal USB-A port works fine with 5.
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