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Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $2,000 - Posted
We need a schematic for a digitally controlled variable power supply that can switch between AC and DC and can switch polarity for DC voltages. Needs to be stable and precise. Voltages need to vary from 0 to 30V, and 0 to 5 amps. This needs to all be controlled by a Raspberry Pi 3. We can handle all the programming - just need the circuit design.
Skills: Electrical engineering Circuit Design
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
Looking for someone to develop digital signage for raspberry pi. The Raspberry Pi will be connected to 32 Inch TV hanged vertically. The sign needs to needs to have different sections each section with capability of showing pics or videos. If interested please contact me with sample of previous work.
Skills: Electrical engineering Graphic design Raspberry Pi
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Looking a hardware engineer ready to handle the design of a PCB starting from scratch to the first prototype or design for production. Schematics, components sourcing, PCB design. We currently have a prototype of our product using a Metawear CPro ( https://store.mbientlab.com/product/metawear-cpro/#add-a-sensor ), a NeoPixel LED ring, an FSR and a battery. To get closer to production, we need our own PCB, and that's where you come in ! You will be working on a wearable device with the following components and sensors : - BLE - gyro / accelerometer - magnetometer - Lithium battery - 12 RGB LEDs Ongoing project, no rush.
Skills: Electrical engineering Circuit Design Electrical Drawing PCB Design
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
Looking for a firmware engineer with experience in real-time applications and embedded systems to provide full-time development for a building automation controls manufacturer. Should be a strong C programmer, familiar with IC2, UART, SPI, MDIO, GPIO, PCI, and be able to bring up a CPU (bare metal), perform low-level device driver development, for various chip sets and FPGA. Should have fundamental electronics and troubleshooting skills.
Skills: Electrical engineering Analog Electronics C Digital Electronics
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $1,000 - Posted
Google is developing a Tangible Programming platform to help children develop Computational Thinking skills through coding experiences that are playful, tactile and collaborative. They enable programs to be created without needing a screen, using physical blocks, or 'pucks', that snap together. For example: We can control a robot through commands like 'GO FORWARD', 'TURN LEFT' etc. Each puck can be created out of simple materials such as cardboard, and a Capacitive Signature painted on it, using conductive ink. Their technology depends on reliable detection of Capacitive Signatures. So that it can read whether a puck is a 'GO FORWARD' or a 'GO BACKWARD' command, for example. We want to use this idea, but apply it in another way. The first step is to develop a proof-of-concept sensor to reliably read our Capacitive Signatures. Please take the time to read the attached PDF before making a bid. In order to be considered for this project, please include a concise description of how you would solve the Capacitive Signature problem, and how each requirement A through E will be met. Your bid should be for the first milestone (milestone A) only. Upon completion of milestone A, we aim to invite you to work with us on a longer-term basis.
Skills: Electrical engineering Arduino Electronic Design Electronics
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
Hi, thanks for your time for stopping by and going through this job post. I want you to modify a already designed controller. It is a robust control based on hinfstruct. I designed the control to reject the disturbances (considered as faults) and it is working perfect. I have taken two disturbances at input and two at output of the plant. Currently, there is no model for the disturbance. What I want now is that you include the model of the faults (I ll provide you fault matrices Ex and Ey) and redesign (tune) the controller to reject these fault inputs. I need this very URGENT so someone who is ready to start now and complete in 2 to 3 days please submit a proposal! Thanks
Skills: Electrical engineering
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Looking for a team of people: 1. An industrial designer to create a beautiful speaker product based on our renderings and specs. 2. A DSP engineer to translate our audio functionality onto a chip. This is a speaker network project. Areas of knowledge to include Bluetooth 2.0 thru 4.0, DSP, WiFi, NFC, AirPlay, etc. 3. A mechanical engineer with experience designing physical speakers. Expertise in acoustics, bass reflex & resonance, latest speaker technology and materials, etc. We have a project coordinator who only speaks English, so English proficiency is mandatory. If you are an individual or a member of an engineering team, we reserve the right to choose the absolute best candidates, which may exclude some or all of your team members. We require you to sign the enclosed NDA before releasing project details. Thank you and we look forward to working with you!
Skills: Electrical engineering Digital Engineering Electronic Design Industrial design