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Simple 3D-printed NRF remote - Arduino controlled

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#684

For those of electronics noobs like me normal size 5k resistor works just fine no need for smd. My cheap multimeter reads 200mA while charging a random 18650 battery.


#685

It is perfect of neatness!!!


#686

Is there any place other than thingiverse on on tho get the remote parts?
I see some with place for the LED’s and other changes that I can’t find in the thingiver list.

Cheers!


#687

You could always drill carefully and make the hole yourself


#688

The LEDs are no longer supported, as everything is displayed on the display :slight_smile:


#689

Hi guys is there someone who are willing to Print the parts for me and send them to me , only USA
i paid ofc. Thank you


#690

Where exactly do the magnets and the hall sensor go in the housing?
Also I don’t understand the wiring for sv on the hall sensor and sv on oled. Where do they go exactly?


#691

Magnets into the holes ind the throttle 3d print and in the buttom deres at slot for the hall sensor


#692

Wow thanks a lot man. Do u know exactly how the wiring goes for the oled sv and the hall sensor sv


#693

Do you mean 5v?


#694

Yes do I splice the hall sensor 5v into the oled 5v?


#695

Basically just all 5v needs to be connected from the boost converter output


#696

All the 5v wires go into the 5v pinout?


#697


The 5v from the boost converter needs to go into the arduinos 5v and all the other 5v’s.
Use the method you finds the easiest. I think i took a wire from boost moduels vout to 5v on arduino and all the other 5v to the 5v arduino :slight_smile:


#698

Got it, one more question, all the grounds I don’t need right? I don’t need to put any of them in the gnd of the arduino right?


#699

You do yea. Otherwise your not finishing the loop. The ground needs to be connected just like 5v but all grounds together.


#700

Meaning all grounds to the same pinout? Also can I connect the switch to a6 instead of d4?


#701

Aslong as the arduino i reciving ground from the boost connector it dosent really matter which of the ground outlets you use on the arduino


#702

What about the grounds from all the other things? They can all go to the same ground on the arduino?


#703


Correct i tried to put this together not as beautiful as the original 2. But maybe easier for some