« Reply #267 on: March 24, 2012, 12:06:20 AM »Charge chip turned itself off about 15 minutes ago, so that part of the circuit seems to work okay.Will let it blink away overnight, see how it is in the morning. 3.281V out of the regulator now.
Got my through-hole PCB from CrossRoads today and got it all put together and soldered up. Works like a champ (except Mouser sent me the wrong size DC power jack, but I made do). Thanks for your work laying out, producing, and distributing the board, CrossRoads! Went together pretty easily. The main difficulty I had was, the silkscreen doesn't make it very clear which way the LEDs go. L and PWR are pretty obvious since you can see that one side ties into the ground plane, but for TX and RX I had to dig back through the thread for the schematic to see which side the +5V would be coming from. Also, my surface-mount soldering looks like crap (especially that poor PTC fuse. Ugliest solder job I've done in a while), but that's on me, and anyway it gets the job done .
I've been programming it with ICSP, using my Pololu USB AVR programmer, so I can't speak to how it works over FTDI or that Mikroelektronika board (I put the FTDI header on, but didn't buy a Mikro to put on). I still haven't got the Arduino software to be able to burn to it directly (keep getting data mismatch errors when avrdude tries to verify the burn), but after it fails, I can find the .hex file it leaves in the temp directory and burn that using AVR Studio 5. I'll see about getting a picture up tomorrow. For now, it's bedtime.