The RoverWing is an Adafruit Feather-compatible module that can be used to transport the Trinket M0 into the Feather ecosystem. The wing connects the Trinket’s five GPIO pins to the Feather pin-out and provides optional LiPo battery support. On-board jumpers reconfigure the Trinket M0 pins for general I/O, I2C, and UART configurations. Jumper-enabled LiPo battery management circuitry accommodates battery capacity of 100mAhr or greater. The battery charging rate is fixed at 100mA. The Feather-compatible ENABLE (EN) power control pin controls battery power to the attached Trinket M0 board.
This is a branch off from https://hackaday.io/project/19950-hc-sr04-i2c-octopus-octosonar Designing an updated board compatible with the Adafruit Featherwing ecosystem The existing design is 2.7″ x 1.8″. The Feather footprint is 2″ x 0.9″ which is never going to fit so this will be an under-wing so will be 2.0 x 1.9. Smaller than the original so there is some squishing to do, especially if I want to keep the 9×4 and 1×2 0.1″ headers for the sensors etc. Board should be able to operate standalone and replace the existing design for non feather applications.
Want to learn more about Feather? See the Awesome Feather list for details.
Eink, E-paper, Think Ink – Collin shares six segments pondering the unusual low-power display technology that somehow still seems a bit sci-fi – http://adafruit.com/thinkink
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