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Ok.... I'll work on the project too...
Plus, I need a gf...
nah bro, its all good, Quote from: TrickyNekro on May 04, 2009, 04:47:21 AMPlus, I need a gf... ive heard that one before and good luck with learning c! im trying to do it myself...
one on the left side and one on the right for easy connecting to the next module but even that is not necessary.
A distinct separation should be between the ports but I don't think it matters all that much. Only thing is a long string of modules could require a lot of connecting cables because the male/female right angle connectors will only work for one pair if they are on the same side. If they are on opposite sides of the board the next board in line can be connected without a cable.
Ι didn't make it to fit Axon anyway....It's just a module....Mounting above axon... unfortunately is a bad idea... for many reasons...
Also you'll need space for the I2C connectors. The in and outs need to be on the board. I don't know if we need to standardize the location as the board designs can get really complicated fast. So maybe something simple like one on the left side and one on the right for easy connecting to the next module but even that is not necessary.
would right angle connectors on each side do?
Just a note... we should incorporate some kind of SMD parts in, much cheaper and takes up less space. Not ICs or anything but simple things like resistors and capacitors, the 1206 size is really easy to solder.
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