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LPM In a Cube!! Bluetooth is Working!!

Speedy78

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Re: LPM In a Cube!! Update!!........First light!!

A small oven and solder paste? Lol
 

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Re: LPM In a Cube!! Update!!........First light!!

I'm not sure if you know this already, you can use the "smash" command in eagle and click on the part so that the part name and value can be separated and moved as independent text and placed wherever in the PCB so it won't end up under other parts :)

Otherwise, nice job on the PCB :beer:
 

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Re: LPM In a Cube!! Update!!........First light!!

Neato man! :D

Can't wait to see the Bluetooth running :)
 

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Wow Bluetooth, very interested in this. Thanks for sharing.
 

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Re: LPM In a Cube!! Update!!........First light!!

I'm not sure if you know this already, you can use the "smash" command in eagle and click on the part so that the part name and value can be separated and moved as independent text and placed wherever in the PCB so it won't end up under other parts :)

Otherwise, nice job on the PCB :beer:

I know It looks ugly that the silk screen is just jam together like that. I certainly can use smash. I am just too lazy. :p
 

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Re: LPM In a Cube!! Update!!........First light!!

Do you intend to sell these eventually?
 

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Re: LPM In a Cube!! Update!!........First light!!

Maybe If I got the time to build them. Once I got everything working, I can just edit the silk screen easily in Eagle.
 
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Re: LPM In a Cube!! Update!!........First light!!

hah thats pretty cool, nice work!
 

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Re: LPM In a Cube!! Update!!........First light!!

great skills! love the soldering on that board!

:beer:
 

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Re: LPM In a Cube!! Update!!........First light!!

Is that big thing in a bag a battery? D:
 

Speedy78

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Re: LPM In a Cube!! Update!!........First light!!

Looks like one of those smaller li ions for a RC car.
 

Wolfman29

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Re: LPM In a Cube!! Update!!........First light!!

It's so cool that this thing is entirely self-contained.
 

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Re: LPM In a Cube!! Update!!........First light!!

Really freaking cool! i love the idea.
 

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Re: LPM In a Cube!!

Yes, I will be using ASCII. And also there is an update of a video of how the display would look like.


Thanks
Wade
Err... sorry.

I was asking about the blu-tooth.

Are you using an Application Specific Integrated Circuit?

I can't figure that the ATMEL piece has a transceiver built in - does it?
 

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Re: LPM In a Cube!! Update!!........First light!!

Commenting off of what Trevor had mentioned, I keep thinking about what if the display was hinged so it could be flipped out or up?
Just a Pman random thought.
 

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Err... sorry.

I was asking about the blu-tooth.

Are you using an Application Specific Integrated Circuit?

I can't figure that the ATMEL piece has a transceiver built in - does it?
I updated some more pics to show the BT module in place and working.
And no, I am not using an ASIC. It will be too expensive.
 
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