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Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $40 - Posted
We are using the following module: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00BYRJXGA/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 This module accepts 36v from a regulated power supply and turns it into a variable voltage power line for a resistive heating element. We want to replace the module with through hole components on our own board. Working output voltage will be from 3.0 up to 5.0 volts with maximum of 10A currnet. Deliverables include BOM with Digikey/Mouser part numbers, schematic & wiring diagram, and answering any questions along the way. Payment will be released after parts are received and tested on a breadboard (2-3 working days).
Skills: Hardware Prototyping Circuit Design Electrical engineering Electronic Design
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $500 - Posted
Hi all, I am looking for a creative and hard worker freelancer. to design and implement attendance device with the following functions. 1- Touch screen. 2- RFID reader 3- Network interface The idea is that on the touch screen will be displayed 2 big buttons one green for login and one red for logout when he clicks on the login the whole screen will be green with hour on the top left and the employee will pass his card near the RFID reader then the device will send a request to a predefined server with the info of the card id and the date time and the type of action (login / or logout ) I thought it would be easier if we use Raspberry pi to be the main controller on this device. I will provide you with the designs for what I need in details later on
Skills: Hardware Prototyping Multi-touch Hardware Programming Raspberry Pi
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $350 - Posted
Hi there, We are a small start-up, currently looking for a Softgoods Prototyper in Softgoods/Luggage industry into reality. We need someone who is familiar with sourcing and manufacturing in Soft goods/Luggage/Travel Industry. It would be great if you have gotten some first-hand connections and experience in this industry. Let us know your expertise and let's get ready to rumble!
Skills: Hardware Prototyping Manufacturing Product Design Sourcing
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
In short, a robotic tennis partner. A robotically propelled mobile cart that moves along the court's baseline. It uses a distance/location sensor to see where an incoming ball is headed and intercepts it along the baseline (1 axis). A net atop the cart would catch the ball. Assuming it all works and the cart can move fast enough, etc., a next step/version would be to add a ball machine to the cart. As the ball approaches, another (recently caught) ball would be sent back over the net to the human player, and so on. It would be a like real-life pong game. I have some ideas for the cart/platform design I'd share with you. This could be broken into several steps. First, a POC: perhaps that a little pre-made robot car with the right sensor can track a tennis ball and move toward it as envisioned (or at least a sensor-based simulation). Next and most importantly, scale up the cart by size and weight and validate it can do the job. Finally, the ball machine would be added. The tangible short term goal is to have you produce a 4ft x 2ft platform-on-wheels that can move about 12 ft in either direction in response to an incoming tennis ball and intercept about 90% of them.
Skills: Hardware Prototyping Electronics Mechanical Engineering Robotics
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $200 - Posted
Looking for an fpga developer who can create fpga board that interface to camera and raspberry pi 3 , that encodes/decodes google vp9 streaming note that fpga encoder/decoder softwares for fpga are in google's own website http://www.webmproject.org/hardware/ Note that this are what they provide for encoding and decoding as written in their web page -HLS (C++) source code -Verilog source code -Driver source code in ANSI C, including API for application integration -Software test bench -RTL test bench -Comprehensive test suite for SoC integration and verification
Skills: Hardware Prototyping Field-Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) Raspberry Pi
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $2,000 - Posted
Stop Voleur is a connected wearable which prevent the loss and the theft of smartphones. Hung to a watch, a bracelet, a bag or a jacket, Stop Voleur is connected via Bluetooth to your smartphone and triggers an alarm as soon as it is spirited away from you. The further you are, the louder the alarm is. Thus, in case of theft, the robber is forced to give up the phone and leave shamefully. In the event of loss or omission, you are immediately notified by the alarm and just have to pick up your favorite item.
Skills: Hardware Prototyping 3D Printing Bluetooth Circuit Design
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
We need a hardware, electronics or mechatronics engineer to help with the hardware development of a prototype currently on the DragonBoard410C. Essentially the dragonboard will run android and the freelancer will need to integrate a 3 axle accelerometer, a 10htz gps module and other 3g Comms components onto it. Then the data from these sensors should be fed into an app in android that runs on the board.
Skills: Hardware Prototyping Computer Hardware Design Electronic data interchange (EDI) Electronic Design
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $10,002 - Posted
We are looking for highly qualified individuals to design and develop a wearable band that will measure various vitals including body temp, pulse rate, O2, blood pressure and blood glucose. This is use by diabetics and people with hypertension. This technology will make use of carbon nanofibers as well as possible thermal induction technology.
Skills: Hardware Prototyping 3D Animation 3D Printing 3D Rendering