open hardware fork from the Nanino project, initially made by Johan von Konon, and updated by Brad Luyster.The project goals are:
- Single side PCB, who can be made for beginners and still with great results (big traces, with big spaces between).
- Minimal components, just the essencial.
- Some capacitors for a better battery powered experience.
- Jumper for selectiong the power source (FTDI or Batteries).
- Mounting holes attach a 4 AA battery support.
- Better led position.
- New component organisation.
- New switch position
- Two new female bar pins for easy prototyping with or without mini breadboard.
- Complete information about pins on silk screen.
The board was created using DipTrace software, who is freeely available for small projects. Here are the files:
- DipTrace marminino board project
- Gerber files (for industrial or CNC PCB creation)
- Bitmap files
- Top silk screen (600dpi)
- Bottom circuit (600dpi, miror)
- PDF circuit for printing
|Big traces with a lot of space, for easy etching|
The list of components:
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