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It's funny, I was about to finish my 2nd revision of a single sided board version of this project when you posted it minutes ago hehe.Thanks for sharing, I'll take a look a those files :)
After searching for the components position on the PCB, here is all of them, If you need to use the duty potentiometer (in the other Instructable), it's ready for that.
Here is my little contribution to this instructable.As cnkkrs posted (Thank you so much!) in the other Instructable (TimeFrame), here is the single layer design. It includes the additional potentiometer and the Switch Pushbutton.
Hi! If I am correct, Hierraus should be spelled with only one "R", then Hieraus frequenz can be translated to "This is the frequence".Nice work, I really like the LED stand for the EM. :)
Hi! If I am correct, Hierraus should be spelled with only one "R", then Hieraus frequenz can be translated to "This is the frequence".
TimeFrame - a Time Portal to Put on Your Desk.
Hello again. I tried a few thing but cant seem to make it work on my own. I though I knew where to put components, but I can't. I really need to learn more about this science! This is what I think where things go and my biggest problem is I can not see where to put the button! I know, it's a shame. Do you mind take a look at it? Thank you.
Thank you very much for the quick reply! Already on my way to the electronic store ;)
Thank you cnkkrs for uploading the schematic of a single layer! I'm veeery new to all of this and planning to build the TimeFrame using your schematic. I figured out where all the components go from the original PCB to yours, but I can't seem to identify the component that goes on the left side (Left of the reversed MOSFET). Should I leave them empty? Thanks again :)