03/21/2016 at 17:25 •
I did had the PCBs here for some time (were on same order as my new #PICTIL PCBs). Here are some Photos of a assembled one:
The breakable mounting holes do break off very easy. One did break of during assembling. And I did forget to put the reset PIN on a Testpad to program the IC. so I did soldered a tiny wire directly to the pad. All other Pins needed for programming are accessible over the Pin headers.
The processor was sold as ATmega8L. But I am not sure what it is. A think it is some reused parts because the fuse settings did not had the default values and the labelling is in bad quality. The suspicious labelling:
But at least the one soldered does work fine till now.
02/11/2016 at 20:35 •
I did finalize the PCB layout. Here are some images of the small panel I did create to fit different PCBs into a 5x5 PCB-China-order:
I did already sent them to the manufacturer, but whole china is on holiday, so I have to be patient for the end of the new Year celebrations.
01/24/2016 at 15:04 •
I did add mounting holes at the sides. The holes are located on little break off tabs. If not needed the can be removed easily. The hole diameter is 3.2mm so M3 screws can be used.
The dimensions in the image are all mm
01/24/2016 at 12:18 •
This is what I was writing about:
[Made with eagleUp and SketchUP]