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Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
I'm currently wish to build a project and I need to create a functional details 3D model and then produce it. I wand to build a shoe that has blue tooth, a for of energy source , a flexible screen and a form of hydraulics the second is an hand held 3d printer the can print on plastic surface but not permanent (24 hours tops or that we can clean later with some chemical )
Skills: Electronic Workbench CATIA Drafting Electrical Drawing
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $125 - Posted
For this job, you will be required to complete a total of 6 lab reports (Labs 4 + 6-10) and simulate digital logic circuits in a program such as Logisim (http://www.cburch.com/logisim/download.html) or LogicWorks or any digital logic simulator. You must use simulation software to check your work and build schematics, saving schematic files, as well as taking screenshots of the schematics being simulated successfully. You will need to save every Logisim/simulated schematic file (.circ) as you build it while completing the steps of each procedure in each experiment and submit with a well formatted report. When submitting for review, you will send the report, the .circ file, any screenshots of a simulated circuit, and any other relevant information/data. Laboratory Experiments 1-3 and Lab 5 have already been completed. You will only need to do Experiments #4 and #6-10. View the EXAMPLE files to see how the work was done and how to set up and format properly. I have included COMPLETE examples of Labs 2, 3, and 5. You can view INCOMPLETE and possibly inaccurate Lab examples 6, 7, and 8. However, these may be incorrect results and still do not have the simulated digital circuit. The only real work is completing the questions, any calculations, and creating the schematic being simulated for the lab experiment. Skills required: Electronics, Digital Logic, Circuitry, Knowledge of Components, etc. Compensation is negotiable depending on your skills and how well you do on the reports.
Skills: Electronic Workbench Circuit Design Digital Electronics Electrical engineering
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
Hi, I am looking for a person who can design a Circuit to control the direction of the motor driving. There is a frame which is moved by motor-1. When this frame is moving above the ground, I need to keep a safe distance from the ground. For that another motor-2 is attached on top of the frame. Based on the height from the ground this motor-2 has to lift up-or-down the frame. You can use sensors or other parts to get the distance of the frame from ground. Main matter is I need to change the safe distance parameter (some times it is 10", 12", 14"....)
Skills: Electronic Workbench Circuit Design Electronics Integrated Circuits
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $1,500 - Posted
We are paying for written application notes based on our configurable mixed signal ICs, integrated power switches or crystal replacement ICs. These parts are very versatile so there are many applications that they can be designed for. The application note should be a 1000-3500 word technical white paper describing an application and how it uses the SIlego part. Writer will be responsible for generating the content as well as writing the app note. · 1k-1.5k word manuscript + 2 figures: $750 · 2k-3.5k word manuscript + 3 figures: $1,500 We have many topics that we can suggest for this or you can suggest your own for approval. Here are some examples of app notes that were done in the past: http://www.silego.com/softdoc/app_notes.html Please let me know if this is something you would be interested in doing.
Skills: Electronic Workbench Arduino Electrical engineering Electronic Design
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $700 - Posted
I am looking to create a project based on an already existing reference design. The reference design is the SimpleLink™ multi-standard CC2650 SensorTag™ kit reference available at http://www.ti.com/tool/TIDC-CC2650STK-SENSORTAG?keyMatch=null&tisearch=tidesigns. The design is quite simple and you basically need to create the KiCad project following the reference design guidelines, schematics and PCB routing/creation recommendations. The deliverables should be all files as in the reference design for which a functional prototype board can be created. Component symbols, footprins and all the documentation are available in the link. Preffered EDA is KiCad. Possible Circuit Studio to consider also. Additionaly, some new functionalities should be added which I will discuss with you via the private board. Ideally, would be if you are already a HW development freelancer or a team/firm able to build the prototype board. In this case, freelancers from EU zone are preffered. You are: - expert HW engineer / team with KiCad - able to add new electronics functionality to the reference design and support it. See link. - able to provide work reference Please, stick to requirements. Budget is placeholder. Let me know your price. Deadline: 2 weeks. Let me know your time required to do this work. NDA shall be signed.
Skills: Electronic Workbench Electrical Drawing Electrical engineering Electronic Design
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $2,000 - Posted
Stop Voleur is a connected wearable which prevent the loss and the theft of smartphones. Hung to a watch, a bracelet, a bag or a jacket, Stop Voleur is connected via Bluetooth to your smartphone and triggers an alarm as soon as it is spirited away from you. The further you are, the louder the alarm is. Thus, in case of theft, the robber is forced to give up the phone and leave shamefully. In the event of loss or omission, you are immediately notified by the alarm and just have to pick up your favorite item.
Skills: Electronic Workbench 3D Printing Bluetooth Circuit Design