😎 My first ever Diy PCB project works! Thanks @meisam for your help and thank you to the KiCad team for a great project!
The PCB is a series of LEDs to provide optimized light for my ongoing automated food production project.
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I am continuing work on my open source food production system and going to PCBs.
Issue is that my level of pcb experience is limited. Could anyone who has any experience look over this?
The DC power supply is going to be 24v
There is a 22uF decoupling capacitor rated at 25v right at the power supply.
91ohm 1/8W resistor before 7 blue LEDs with 25mA of forward current and 3.1v of forward voltage
130ohm 1/4W resistor before 10 red LEDs with 30mA of forward current and 2.4v of forward voltage
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I moved to just using exposed copper wire. Makes for a MUCH easier solder job. (At least I think so with my noob solder skills)
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