Assembling the PCB

A project log for Bicycle Computer

A simple bicycle computer that shows speed and distance on a LCD screen. It works on LiPo batteries and uses a reed switch as sensor.

Clovis FritzenClovis Fritzen 04/18/2015 at 19:301 Comment

Hi guys!

Today is a Saturday, so it means this is the making day for me!. I recently got the SMD ATMEGA328P-AU on the mail, so the task for today is assembling and testing the pcb and code.

After an hour (or so) I have finished assembling the PCB, and managed to upload the blink_without_delay sketch to the Arduino (that leaded to the yellow led to blink!). So far so good, the board circuitry is all good, next step is uploading the actual bike_computer firmware to it and start debugging.

See you guys next time,


Ahmed Hefnawi (Volta) wrote 04/19/2015 at 04:17 point

Nice Work!

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