Quick project arduino shield

This shield for arduino uno includes some basic features as leds, button, potentiometers and more to allow fast testing

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This board includes features that are useful for learning and / or testing quickly with arduino.
The first version includes those components :
- A 8*8 led matrix controlled via 2 * 74hc595
- A 7 segment display controlled by a 74hc595
- 2 buttons
- 2 potentiometers
- 4 leds
- 1 buzzer
- 1 servo connector

I'll upload the board design very soon.

The boards provided are likely to be untested, please verify the design before commanding them(for your own sake)

This project is all about testing some stuff fast. Considering I had a bit of time and wanted to design a board, I did this. I may do some more soards later, but we'll see later.

On the first board, you can program a few components on it, those components being described above. I may release an example code someday, but this isn't a priority, since this project is just for passing time. (I'll do it if requested though)

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Here is the first board files. You'll find the gerber files in the output folder, and the rest is eagle files

x-zip-compressed - 1.04 MB - 07/30/2018 at 15:50


  • 3 × 74hc595 Electronic Components / Misc. Electronic Components
  • 3 × push buttons Electronic Components / Misc. Electronic Components
  • 4 × 0805 Leds Electronic Components / Misc. Electronic Components
  • 2 × Potentiometer Electronic Components / Misc. Electronic Components
  • 1 × SMA42056 (7 segment display) Electronic Components / Misc. Electronic Components

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  • Received the boards

    Etienne10/10/2018 at 10:51 0 comments

    Hey, I finally came back to the project after a while, and received the boards recently. Altough there's a little error, the reset button which isn't connected to the right pin, but appart from that, the board works pretty well.

    I've soldered it and have been working for about a week on the API, which includes the definitions for each pin, according to the shield pinout. The code is available here :

    I'll add some examples later, and add the latest board gerber files :)

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