Breadboard friendly minimal breakout board for ESP32-S2 Wrover or Wroom
* XC6220 voltage regulator (6V max, 1000mA max, 8uA quiescent current) for battery operation
* All pins except GPIO26
* FTDI header for flashing with FTDI Basic and similar boards
* Uses about 53uA in deep sleep
The smaller version here draws about 26uA in deep sleep, using a different voltage regulator: [https://oshwlab.com...
A design to break out the dual micro HDMI ports out to a panel adjacent to the USB/Ethernet ports.
All traces are length matched on high speed differential signals.
This design has not been tested yet, it is currently in production (04/2020)
This has been deisgned to use the BossCon HDD-M-CN09 micro HDMI board edge connectors. Other types will not fit as they all have slightly varying pin spac...
SC115 v1.0 (www.scc.me.uk)
Prototyping breakout module for RC2014
- Easy access to all bus signals
- Flexible address decoding generates /IOWR, /IORD and /IOEN
- Connection to solderless breadboards with Dupont cables
Documentation at [www.scc.me.uk](http://www.scc.me.uk)
ESP8266 ESP-12 minimal stabilized circuit schematic and PCB
* Breadboard friendly headers and Wemos D1 mini pin numbers
* 0805 footprints for easy hand soldering
* Designed for battery operation:
Voltage regulator: Torex XC6220B331PR-G (8uA quiescent current, 1000mA max)
VIN: max. 6V
To enable self-wake from deep sleep, solder a 0 Ohm resistor over the WAKE pads
You can use a 0 Ohm instead of...
Breakout board for ADAFRUIT Feather based on MCP2515 CAN controller with an 3.3V CAN transceiver.
This board also connects the various interrupt lines to the Feather to allow for better communication performance especially at higher CAN bus bitrates at the tradeoff that a couple of IO pins are occupied by the CAN FeatherWing. I added 0R resistor bridges into each interrupt line. So if interrupt c...
**Port breakout board for the generic STM32 'Blue Pill' development boards**
*May also support Red/Black Pill boards where pinout/size is compatible with the Blue Pill board.*
This shield is designed for easy powering and using two GPIOs of ESP-01/01S module. It is powered by 5 volts DC and has four 3-pin screw terminals for connecting some periphery like 2812 LEDs, relay modules, etc. Also it has a 3.3v power supply on board
**This is a hobby project and comes with no official support. The PCB schematic and board design files are offered 'as is' with no claims made about their fitness for any specific purpose. Use at your own risk.**
A plug-in PCB for the ZX Spectrum that can be populated with your own project.
Design notes at: https://github.com/linker3000/ZX-Spectrum-Breakout-Board
Breakout board for encoder ALPS type EC11.
This is a simple breakout board to simplify the connection of encoders to my projects
Note : capacitor/resistors needed are usually on the main board, close to the processor.
This is just a mechanical support for the encoder and simplify panel mounting.