Re: PhantomX using a Teensy 3.1
That's what I did with my MicroPython board, but its a lot of work.
Originally Posted by KurtEck
http://blog.huv.com/2014/01/custom-m...hon-board.html for the board design.
http://blog.huv.com/2014/02/micropyt...l-and-new.html for the finished board (revision 1).
I've updated the board to revision 2, which is currently (as of this morning) being shipped to me from SeeedStudio in China. I changed the crystal layout (the one that works is slightly larger than the one I originally chose), as well as the motor drive connectors. The new boards will be white, with black silkscreen.
I ordered the stencil from OSH Stencils ($12.47), and I use a reflow oven to do all the surface mount parts.
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