Re: Raduino Replacemnt, COMING SOON!
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Maybe you should donate one of these replacement boards to Allard so that he can modify his latest sketches for it ?
Will mean more sales for you...
On Feb 13, 2018, at 6:14 AM, KC9SGV <kc9sgv@...
Will it work with the Allard sketches ?
I am working on a simple "Open source" Raduino replacment board: see here:https://easyeda.com/nikpolini/Raduino-1b3e0cb579154514ad2e014b83346b58
It will use the Adafuit Clock board: https://www.adafruit.com/product/2045
So will run all devices at 5v.
I hope to have pinouts and dimension exactly the same as the origional so it can be used as a direct drop-in replacement. Or modified for i2c display and other GPIO mods...
Should be cheap (.50c a board, $3 nano, $8 Si5153 board plus a 7805 regulator and a few other bits... I'll try make it both SMD and TH for the capacitors and resistors...
So you can build a cheap easy <$20 Raduino replacment....
Constructive comments and thoughs welcome.
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