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Arduino Mega
 
Arduino Mega
 
* has it been borrowed permanently?
 
* has it been borrowed permanently?
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** It's running the LED board. Need to replace with another Mega.
 
* build a shield to speed up and simplify assembly
 
* build a shield to speed up and simplify assembly
 
** etched at hackspace!
 
** etched at hackspace!
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** Probably an enclosure that connects the shield permanently to a bunch of sockets.
  
 
Connectors and cabling for the lasers and detectors
 
Connectors and cabling for the lasers and detectors
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* 3.5mm audio jacks and 2 core speaker cable or similar
 
* 3.5mm audio jacks and 2 core speaker cable or similar
 
* how many connectors do we need? About 12?
 
* how many connectors do we need? About 12?
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** We'll be running a dozen or so wires, which will need connectors at each end. Whatever you think would work would be much appreciated, but the closer we can get it to something that can just be plugged in without any tools, the better. --[[User:Davidhayward|Davidhayward]] 10:31, 10 October 2011 (EST)

Revision as of 15:31, 10 October 2011

Upgrade plan

Arduino Mega

  • has it been borrowed permanently?
    • It's running the LED board. Need to replace with another Mega.
  • build a shield to speed up and simplify assembly
    • etched at hackspace!
    • Probably an enclosure that connects the shield permanently to a bunch of sockets.

Connectors and cabling for the lasers and detectors

  • use what we have a lot of!
  • 3.5mm audio jacks and 2 core speaker cable or similar
  • how many connectors do we need? About 12?
    • We'll be running a dozen or so wires, which will need connectors at each end. Whatever you think would work would be much appreciated, but the closer we can get it to something that can just be plugged in without any tools, the better. --Davidhayward 10:31, 10 October 2011 (EST)