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Redox codename Ultron pt.12

A project log for Redox keyboard

The Redox project is an open-source, QMK (Quantum Mechanical Keyboard Firmware) powered, ergonomic split mechanical keyboard.

Mattia Dal BenMattia Dal Ben 11/10/2018 at 09:553 Comments

Battery usage update


Here's the latest measurements of the batteries' voltage:

Left hand voltageRight hand voltage
30/09/20182.983.04
06/10/20182.982.99
13/10/20182.962.97
20/10/20182.972.98
27/10/20182.972.98
10/11/20182.982.98

I don't quite know how to interpret this data points. The outside temperature lowered these last weeks thus influencing the voltage reading of the batteries. I should probably adjust the next readings to the temperature to actually know what's going on since I didn't take into account its role in the reading initially...

Discussions

Cka3 wrote 12/03/2018 at 22:59 point

Great project, trying to make my own based on yours. But receiver is too damn hard to solder, those resistors arrays are driving me crazy. Did you considered ditching reciever and adapting bluetosis firmware? (:

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sunny wrote 12/04/2018 at 00:40 point

Resistance arrays are actually easy to solder. All you need is an ordinary soldering iron and a good flux. You need a high quality flux instead of a normal rosin. Rosin may be useful, but the effect is not good.

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Mattia Dal Ben wrote 12/04/2018 at 06:49 point

Actually I am toying with the idea of designing an easier to solder receiver. I had the same problems with the resistor arrays but in the end I managed it using flux as @sunny said. I suggest you to give it a try.

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