Draft assembly and BOM files have been posted

A project log for Adaptive wireless switch

Adaptive switches are often used by people with limited hand function. This switch looks like a game controller and uses a low cost keyfob.

Andrew MitzAndrew Mitz 07/04/2020 at 02:020 Comments

Files now have preliminary assembly instructions and bill of materials.

Basic operation.

In the chrg position, the controller is off and can be charged using a standard cell phone charger and a micro-USB cable. The charger LEDs will go from red to green when the battery is fully charged. In ON position, the battery is in use. The LEDs from the PowerBoost board should be visible: green when ON, but turns to red when the battery is low. The keyfob LED should light read when a button is pressed.

The intended receiver is an Adafruit
1096      Simple RF M4 Receiver - 315MHz Momentary Type

It is built into my Raspberry Pi PlayVideo system