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1  Topics / Product Design / Re: 3.2" Touch Display Controller. SMART CONTROL MULTI-FUNCTION PCB on: January 09, 2014, 01:49:50 pm
 smiley-eek Now I have made a Display Board with the fans and PCB makes it a lot easy to Test and programing
2  Topics / Product Design / Re: 3.2" Touch Display Controller. SMART CONTROL MULTI-FUNCTION PCB on: January 08, 2014, 05:47:20 pm
 smiley-cool Just Set up PWM control on FAN 1.
From 0c up to 10c fan is off.
When temp hits 10c fan turns on and is controlled by PWM up to 100% speed when temp hits 20c.
3  Topics / Product Design / Re: 3.2" Touch Display Controller. SMART CONTROL MULTI-FUNCTION PCB on: January 08, 2014, 04:25:25 pm
 smiley More Code done today I have all 4 Fans running Im using Arctic PWM fans.
I have put on a LM35 Temp sensor at 20c Fan 1 turns on then at 25c Fan 2, 30c Fan 3, 35c Fan 4, 40c Alarm beeper Starts beeping
when the temp starts dropping the fans turn off at there setup points.
All works great and have all info showing on the serial coms I have 1 com showing data and other showing bus data for the touch display witch I will setup later.
4  Topics / Product Design / Re: 3.2" Touch Display Controller. SMART CONTROL MULTI-FUNCTION PCB on: January 01, 2014, 01:20:32 am
Been Testing the Fan control PCB I have 2 PWM Fans Running on it works great with 2 pots on the temp ports controlling the Speeds  smiley
5  Topics / Product Design / Re: 3.2" Touch Display Controller. SMART CONTROL MULTI-FUNCTION PCB on: December 29, 2013, 02:31:03 pm
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6  Topics / Product Design / Re: 3.2" Touch Display Controller. SMART CONTROL MULTI-FUNCTION PCB on: December 29, 2013, 02:29:51 pm
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7  Topics / Product Design / Re: 3.2" Touch Display Controller. SMART CONTROL MULTI-FUNCTION PCB on: December 29, 2013, 02:28:38 pm
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8  Topics / Product Design / 3.2" Touch Display Controller. SMART CONTROL MULTI-FUNCTION PCB on: December 29, 2013, 02:27:17 pm
NEW design.
1: The 3.2” Touch Display Control PCB
This display has been designed to piggyback with other control PCBs for different applications
Great for SD Data Logging for Sensors and mapping using the RTC Clock.

2: Computer Fan Control PCB
This is a small, complete, PCB using the ATMEGA2560 8-bit ATMEL Microcontroller
Computer Fan Controller with 4x Fan control ports for use of 12v or PWM Fan’s.
4x Temp Sensor inputs
With the use of the 6x voltage monitor inputs you can monitor any Supply voltages in your Computer.

Still in design
Ethernet control PCB to work with the touch display PCB

V1 3.2” Touch Display PCB Features
ATMEGA2560 8-bit ATMEL Microcontroller
3.2” Touch Display
ICSP Socket for programing
12v dc Power Supply with Power Led
16x Led’s
USB Serial COMs Interface with (TX/RX) Led’s
4pin Control Bus port
Rest button
SD Card Socket
RTC clock with 3V Battery
EEPROM

V1 Fan Control PCB Features
ATMEGA2560 8-bit ATMEL Microcontroller
ICSP Socket for programing
12v dc Power Supply with Power Led and  Voltage monitor
6x Spear Voltage monitor Inputs
Microcontroller running Led
EEPROM Led
Status Led
2x Spear Led’s
TX/RX Header
2x 4pin Control Bus port’s
4way dip switch
DHT22 Digital Temperature And Humidity Sensor
Beeper
EEPROM
4x Digital & Analog Temperature Sensor Inputs
4x Fan Control Ports with PWM control RPM input and on/off switching mode
9  Products / Arduino Due / How to use all pins on SAM3X8 ? on: August 09, 2013, 06:22:54 pm
Hi there guys im just in the process of designing a new PCB using the SAM3X8 witch will have a 3.2" touch display built in and lots of extras that the DUE dose not have.
I have been reading up on the Pin mapping of the chip there are a lot of pins on the chip that where not used on the DUE
That I would like to use But can I ? is the thing.
These the the pins not used ON THE due
PA5, PB28, PB29, PB30 ,PB31 PC11, PB0, PB1, PB2, PC10, PB3, PB4, PB5, PB6, PB7, PB8, PB9, PC0, PC20, PC27, PB22, PB23, PB24,
how can I use them as outputs do I need to change files to use them?
10  Topics / Product Design / Re: NEW V2 MEGA Multi-Function PCB on: May 11, 2013, 01:17:01 pm
Here are some photos of my pcbs I was testing the xbee out yesterday
11  Topics / Product Design / Re: NEW V2 MEGA Multi-Function PCB on: May 09, 2013, 04:16:46 am
this is a great board. for my next design I mite use the 3.2" touch display that would make an even better board one thing I dont like about that display is all the digital Ports it uses so I mite have 2 Micro's on it one for the display and the other for control  and USB xbee and all the other goodies that whent into V2 but im so busy it will have to wait a few months.
I have an old arduino mega 1280 and solderd wires from that up to the 3.2" that I had sitting around and uploaded the code but nothing happends it just lights up white? This use to work oh well I fxxkd around for hours and nothing I went over it again an again stuff it ill just have 2 buy a new 1 with the shield and mega2560pcb.
  Who thinks I should re design my pcb with the 3.2" tft is that a good idea I do like them 1.8" tft thay are so easy to use........
I was also thinking of using a 32bit Miro for the display I was looking at the arduino due but cant finx many suppliers for that chip. The other one would be the chipkit uno32 mirco would be good and I can use the arduino software to program it well the Mirochip modified software.
I orderd 2more 3.2" tft displays I also got the sheild so I can test my other one then I will know if its stuffed.
12  Topics / Product Design / Re: NEW V2 MEGA Multi-Function PCB on: May 06, 2013, 02:06:05 am
 smiley-red smiley-red just finished building up my second pcb just burning the bootloader at the moment then have a play get them both working on xbee.
Time to have some fun
13  Topics / Product Design / Re: NEW V2 MEGA Multi-Function PCB on: May 04, 2013, 11:38:31 pm
More Photos I will add more when I get time!!!!!!!!!! smiley
14  Topics / Product Design / Re: NEW V2 MEGA Multi-Function PCB on: May 04, 2013, 11:37:00 pm
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15  Topics / Product Design / Re: NEW V2 MEGA Multi-Function PCB on: May 04, 2013, 11:31:53 pm
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