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Okaghana

Mar 22, 2018, 07:33 pm Last Edit: Mar 23, 2018, 10:02 am by robtillaart
Hello.

So i want to design a shield for an Arduino Uno. Or to be more precise, i already have designed a shield for an arduino, but now I have some questions:

1.) I designed the PCB with Eagle Cad. So I installed the SparkFun Library and started working. But now I have my doubts. The shield basis you get via the library does not align with the correct pins on the Arduino Uno. Is that normal?

2.) I had to design a own part at one time. But i don't know if i made it correctly. Would somebody mind to control is for me? Here is the Datasheet and the file is beneath.

3.) In general i'm not sure if the things i did were correct. Would somebody maybe be so kind and give a brief look over my circuit?!


Goal of this shield is it to output 24 10V PWM Signals. These will be used to control a Dimmer for Stage-lightnings.
To do this I used Op-Amps, a Voltage Converter to reach the supply Voltage and Shift Register to get the required amount of 5V outputs.

All necessary files are (hopefully) attached

Sincerely Okaghana.

robtillaart

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