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MAP4

a Blinky badge for the Maker's Asylum hackerspace in Mumbai

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MAP4 is fourth in the "Maker's Asylum Projects" series. Iit is an easy, learn to solder Blinky Badge

***FEATURES***

1. Three LED's with series current limit resistors
2. One CR2032 coin battery
3. Use either one, two or three LEDs.
4. Use Red, Green and Blue LEDs, or all White LEDs or whatever you choose
5. Or use Blinking LED's
6. Replace Resistor with LDR to have light controlled brightness

***LEARN***

1. How to Solder
2. Resistor Color Code
3. Use of Multimeter to check LED, Resistor and Battery

Maker's Asylum (https://www.makersasylum.com/) is a community maker space in India with locations in Mumbai and Delhi. The MAP4 is a badge project to introduce members to the joy of Soldering and blinky LEDs. We got kits built in May 2016 just in time for Mitch Altman's visit to our maker space where he conducted a "Learn to Solder" workshop.


Since then, we have used this kit design for many more such workshops. We also designed some fidget spinner designs based around the badge, which can be found in the ~/fabricate folder on the Github repo.

Here's a video of the Badge

MAP4-B.SilkS.pdf

bottom silk legend

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MAP4.pdf

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MAP4-Dwgs.User.pdf

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MAP4-F.SilkS.pdf

top silk legend

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MAP4-B.Cu.pdf

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  • 3 × D1, D2, D3 LED, Round 5mm through hole, Blinking
  • 3 × R1, R2, R3 Resistors, 1/8W, Carbon, through hole, between 10 ohm to 33 ohm
  • 1 × BT1 Coin cell holder, CR2032
  • 1 × Pin Safety pin

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    Assembly Instructions

    We follow Mitch Altmans amazing/awesome "Learn to Solder" comic book. It's got all the instructions needed to learn this skill.

    All pages of Mitch's comic book are reporduced below.

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