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Open Hardware Summit 2020 will be on March 13th in New York City. Quantity 300 badges need to be produced. These will be given to attendees.

It is going to be in a wrist watch form factor with several awesome features.
- Rigado BMD340 (Nordic nRF52840)
- 1.54” LCD
- 4 user buttons
- BME680 Temperature, Pressure, and Humidity sensor
- APDS-9960 Gesture Sensor
- LSM9DS1 9DoF IMU
- SPH0645LM4H-B Microphone (Optional)
- Sparkfun QWIIC connector
- LiPo Charger

It will run CircuitPython.

Open Hardware Summit 2020 will be on March 13th at NYC in New York City.
https://2020.oshwa.org/ 

Quantity 300 badges need to be produced for the attendees.

DigiKey will be providing parts. OSH Park will make the PCBs. SparkFun will do the assembly. 

It is going to be in a wrist watch form factor with several awesome features.
- Rigado BMD340 (Nordic nRF52840)
- 1.54” LCD
- 4 user buttons
- BME680 Temperature, Pressure, and Humidity sensor
- APDS-9960 Gesture Sensor
- LSM9DS1 9DoF IMU
- SPH0645LM4H-B Microphone (Optional)
- Sparkfun QWIIC connector
- LiPo Charger

It will run CircuitPython.

Contributors and comments are welcome. 

Thanks, Drew Fustini

(NOTE: Drew is "oshpark" on Hackaday.io)

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Bill of Materials (BoM) from https://github.com/oshwabadge2020/Badge-PCB/

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Gerbers of r0 prototype https://github.com/oshwabadge2020/Badge-PCB/releases/tag/R0

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Schematic of r0 prototype https://github.com/oshwabadge2020/Badge-PCB/releases/tag/R0

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Project timeline in Google Sheets: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/15aa3_ncIndz-62_U2ijDQ6RpO70SIm8lHh68fzNV_oc/edit?usp=sharing

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schneider wrote 12/04/2019 at 12:22 point

Regarding battery: card10 uses JST SM02B-SRSS-TB (1 mm) with batteries from "HONGKONG HJPOWER TECHNOLOGY". The display is from "Shineworld Innovations Limited". We had the FPC customized for us.

I can share the contacts if needed.

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oshpark wrote 12/05/2019 at 00:17 point

Thanks, that is very helpful.  I'm checking if we can displays from Adafruit, but if not, we will need a contact to source the panels.  Thanks, Drew

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Joel Murphy wrote 12/03/2019 at 19:35 point

I have a couple of sources for watch bands (traditional pin style) and also a goos supplier for batteries. OpenHAK (www.openhak.com github.com/openhak) uses a 1mm pitch jst battery connector, 64x48 OLED (hotbar termination, artemis compatible, I believe) 

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oshpark wrote 12/05/2019 at 00:16 point

thanks for the insights

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