קיט לבוש אלקטרוני
Easy to assemble, low-cost microcontoller board with two input and two outputs, ready for your project!
Note: This is a revision. If you want to see the differences or need instructions for the original, see https://www.instructables.com/id/SnapNsew-An-Educational-Soft-Circuit-Platform/#step1.
Embedding electronics into textiles or projects is an exciting way to get kids interested in electronics. Unfortunately, the techniques necessary to create a robust project are not trivial. I've created this system which allows you to:
Easily create and test a working microcontroller circuit with basic inputs and outputs using standard through-hole components and a printed circuit board.
Snap the pieces apart and easily sew them into a soft circuit project or wire them into a project.
What you get
1 – PCB, OSH Park https://oshpark.com/shared_projects/hRSIsUtt
1 – Attiny 8-pin microcontroller, Atmel ATTINY85-20PU
1 – 20MM Coin cell holder, Linx Technologies In BAT-HLD-001-THM
1 – Pizeo speaker, TDK PS1240P02CT3
1 – DPDT slide switch, C&K Components JS202011AQN
1 – 330 Ohm resistor, 1/8W
1 – 5mm red LED (or use your own)
1 – 0.1 uF capacitor
1 – Photo transistor, Light-On Inc LTR-4206
~10 feet conductive thread & needle (#12 Crewel).
SparkFun soldering kit (shipping to US only).
Instructions and template for a soft circuit project: Instructables.com
(Note: Uses a CR2032 battery which is not included due to shipping regulations. Obtain one locally or from Digikey.)
Not sure about making a kit? We've made it as easy a possible to assemble. Check out the detailed instructions at Instructables.com. Nothing could be better than creating a soft-circuit creation with a board you built yourself!