Behind the Hackaday Prize 2023

A project log for Felini - Revolutionary Pocket-Sized Electronic Lab

Extremely affordable pocket-friendly, designed to provide a wide range of hardware testing and debugging functions in a compact and low-cost

chu-tien-thinh-obitvnChu Tien Thinh (obitvn) 11/26/2023 at 01:372 Comments

The new hardware version utilizes the RK816 PMIC IC, adding IR control for learning commands and controlling devices.
It also incorporates a dedicated Si5351 for PWM signal generation and a Max98357 to enable Fenilni to produce audio like a phone, eliminating the buzzer with beep tones, making everything truly audio-oriented. 

The new casing version also allows for a doubling of the battery capacity, increasing it from 150mAh to 300mAh.


Chu Tien Thinh (obitvn) wrote 11/27/2023 at 02:25 point

a small upgrade

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Paul McClay wrote 11/26/2023 at 21:38 point

?. "behind" meaning new progress since the 2023 contest ended?

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