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Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $500 - Posted
I need someone who can replicate the attached FPCB with a IC. The IC has a simple function so it shouldn't be to hard to create. I have the Gerber files of the board. I also have the board. This board will be put into a controller which has roughly 20 buttons on it. I want to add extra tact switches to this controller which is what this FPCB is for. The tact switches are connected to the FPCB board via M1 M2 M3 M4 (see picture). The 37 conductive points connect to the controller so that we are able to re route all of the buttons from the controller through the IC to the M1 - M4 points. The function of the IC: 1) The board has 37 conductive points as you can see from picture. 2) 5 or 6 of them points are for ground. 3) The rest are button functions. eg Button 1, Button 2, B3, B4, etc.. 4) M1, M2, M3, and M4 on the board will be connected to external tact switches. when i hold down tact switch for 10 seconds along with another button on the controller, tact switch becomes that button. eg, if i hold down button 5 on the controller with M1 tact switch, M1 tact switch becomes button 5. The LED then lights to notify the user of the change. I have the gerber files of the board without the IC which i will need adapted slightly. I also need to add the IC and the software for the IC. Ps i hope ive described that well enough. Any questions are welcome.
Skills: Electrical Drawing Circuit Design Electrical engineering Electronic Design
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $5 - Posted
I need a breadboard I can take and get manufactured that combines the below devices. Smallest size possible is the goal. It also needs to be able to take 12 v. in and run a 12v solenoid valve and 5v flowmeter that has an interrupt. 1. Arduino Nano https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardNano 2. Wiznet W1500 Shield http://www.gravitech.us/etwmiadforar.html 3. Custom Pieces for Solenoid and Flowmeter (Pink lines represent flowmeter and solenoid connections) https://123d.circuits.io/circuits/2179802-smart-tap/embed#breadboard
Skills: Electrical Drawing Arduino Circuit Design Electrical engineering
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $450 - Posted
Looking for someone to convert hand written wiring schematics to an AutoCAD drawing. I will want them sent to me in the native autocad file format (.dwg) in the end in addition to a merged PDF in numerical page order. We will need it to have a custom title block with our company name, the project name, component name, and page number. There are 86 pages total. 49 pages are VERY easy (see simple page example) and 27 of them are straightforward but more detailed like the complicated page example.
Skills: Electrical Drawing AutoCAD Computer-Aided Design Drafting
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $5,000 - Posted
Looking for intermediate to expert in the area of digital circuit design, schematic entry, pcb design and prototype development for a small design based upon the ESP8266 chip. The board will sample an analog signal, process it according to set criterion and send and receive data to a server over wifi. Will also receive data over wifi to be sent to a DAC and/or other device. Prefer those with experience in both hardware and software design for this platform. Will need to develop prototype as well as troubleshoot both hardware and software for the project. Would be helpful if applicant is very familiar with Linux software development in C and C++. Arduino development and other microcontroller project design and implementation a plus.
Skills: Electrical Drawing Arduino C Circuit Design
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
We are getting ready to make the switch to 3D Control Panel Design and need some help getting some "Parts" created in 3D from 2D drawings, spec sheets and photos. While some of our suppliers had 3D files available, there simply are some we need to create from the above items. In most cases, we just need a representaion of the part with minimal detail. Once in awhile, we need more detail, especially if its a part we will be using often. This would be an ongoing relationship as the need will come up fairly often.
Skills: Electrical Drawing Autodesk Inventor Electrical engineering