I’ve done a lot of R&D in the past week to come up with my first PCB Design for my Arduino Project. I am at a point where I need a set of fresh and experienced eyes that take a quick look at my design. As a trained aeronautical engineer I mainly work in the field of numerics and therefore never really had to bother with explicit circuit design.
Before I have my PCBs printed I’d really appreciate some input in hope of saving the cost of reiterating.
The projects goal is to build a small pc peripheral for flight simming (radio management panel).
My schematics and pcb-plots are attached. Are they fit for printing? Since my applications use is not that critical I did not do any attenuation, transline, spacing, trace width etc. calculations and went with rules of thumb.
-Copper pour on both Layers to GND-Network
-Trace width for 5V, GND, ledDriver 1mm
-Trace width signals 0.25mm
-Clearance globally 0.25mm
-PCB Thickness 1.6mm
-EC11EBB24C03 EC11 Series - Basic information
Any Input is much appreciated and I will be more than happy to return the favour to the community should the opportunity ever arise. Unfortunately there’s no numerics or aerodynamics subforum on here
rmp_revB_schematic.pdf (134 KB)
rmp_revB_pcb.pdf (54.4 KB)