I added a 5V power adapter and a 3.3V LDO instead of the broken power unit. Continue reading
• PEZ dispenser (cars2 edition),
• Knife, sandpaper,
• Quick glue,
• Double sided adhesive,
• Conductive foam,
• Conductive film,
• Conductive glue
This post describes the software used with the miniature router (OpenWrt), the PIC 16F628 lab board, the serial communication and radio protocol.
This low cost solution uses a 3$ PIC16F628 microprocessor and a 15$ OpenWRT router.
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You don’t need to cut a hole in your router to mount an extra connector for serial communication.
Use the existing micro USB conector instead! (This example uses a TP-link WR703N running OpenWRT)
Guide for: Disassembly, Attaching serial communication cables, Remove serial EEPROM to avoid custom drivers for the FTDI232 chip.
• Moveable arms, hands, legs and head
• LEGO compatible
• Miniature legs
I created two versions; one breakout board and one with integrated microprocessor and LDO.
• Low cost
• Easy to build
• Easy to store (foldable)
• PICKIT compatible ICSP connector
• Easy to build (single sided PCB)
• Supports different microprocessors
• Both through hole and SMD versions
• Perfect when you don’t have ICSP (breadboard, quick hacks or miniature builds)