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Fixed-Price - Est. Budget: $ 250 Posted
Project objetive is to package an LCD display module, 2 LED's, on/off switch, 2xAA batteries, battery terminals, and wiring into the constraints of an existing plastic prototype housing with removeable battery cover and make them fully operational for field testing. PCB design and IC programing for LCD module already completed. Also, looking for guidance on how to improve and industrialize for production. Freelancer must be located in Michigan in order to complete this project.
Fixed-Price - Est. Budget: $ 500 Posted
Who Are We Looking For? We are seeking an Arduino Developer who is experienced and can work independently. The ideal candidate would be able to work with top-level objectives using an organized and clear methodology, taking part in the processes of planning, technical execution and review. Job will be mostly code development for interfacing with hardware systems. Qualifications: Experience with Arduino programming language Experience with Object-Oriented programming in C++ Experience with git for version control and repositories Ability to read hardware datasheets Strong problem solving skills Able to work in a team setting Work well under limited supervision Ability to multitask and prioritize tasks Clear communication skills Possess strong organization and documentation skills (includes code comments) Responsibilities: Develop, test and debug embedded software on Arduino platforms Manage progress of projects, version control and documentation Provide support for...
Hourly - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
We are in search of individual with expertise in the field of Spirometry and peak flow meters. We need assistance analysis of a product in development.
Hourly - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
I need someone to program an Arduino touch sensor pad. The main electronic components will be an Arduino MCU, touch sensors and LED lights. I have a few options on how I can make it, but I have a limited background in electronics so I need help first to determine which method would be the most effective, especially which type of sensors would work best for the field conditions. Once we decide on the physical layout, I need you to program the Arduino to pick up the sensor signals to light up the LEDs.
Fixed-Price - Est. Budget: $ 100 Posted
Hi, We are looking for writers who are from a technical background, but has the acumen to write interactive and appropriate content for students between the age of 9 to 15 years. You need to have the technical know-how of all basic electronic components and circuitry, and you need to know how to explain such concepts to a kid. Other than that, this is an instructional book on how to build your own wireless remote operated vehicle, so familiarity with RF communication, Motor Drivers, Encoder & Decoder IC's and breadboard prototyping is a must. The main content needs to be child-friendly, so your command over the English language needs to impeccable. We will be selecting you based not just on your technical knowledge but also on how well a content writer you are. One last thing : Plagiarism will not be tolerated at all. Looking forward to your applications. Regards, Ushan Dhar
Fixed-Price - Est. Budget: $ 244 Posted
my project consists of 2 parts. 1.)the calculation and sizes of the laminations(noss v470) as well as the windings for 3 phase 220v 4 core 20kva alternator. 2.)i need a circuit designed for the alternator that automatically add an adjustable load the main load. the circuit must rectify the alternator winding and combine the to form a 240v single phase output. the out must the be inverted to 50 Hz .whether the phases must be combined before or after the frequency conversation i don't know.after this the 240v 50Hz goes to the load. from the load it must the come back to an artificial load. the size of the artificial load will change according to the output. the artificial load will always be the generated power being produced by the alternator at that time minus the main load at that time plus half of the resultant . for example if the generator is producing 6kw and the load is 2.2 the the resultant is 3.8kw. the artificial load must now be 3.8kw multiplied by 1.5. this only applies...