PCB Design Required for the following parts (all to connect to a raspberry pi zero with the attached pinout via a GPIO header connector on the board to simply just slot the pi onto):
1x Amplifier ([login to view URL])
1x Speaker connector (Molex #0532610271) to connect a speaker to the amp)
1x Haptic Motor connector (Molex #0532610271) to connect motor to pi (1x to ground and 1x to pi output) (+ & -)
1x Mic ([login to view URL]) (this will need to be on the other side to the rest of the components to sit against the casing)
1x Generic battery charging and power supply circuit with the following battery indicators: (100%, 75%, 50% & 25% also a charging indicator (all wired into the gpio)) this will need to convert the input from a 3.7v battery (via a Micro JST connector) to a stable 5v supply to the Pi - This should also be able to charge the battery using a micro usb connector on the board.
1x non-latching button Input (pulled up to 3.3v) (this will need to be on the other side to the rest of the components to sit against the casing)
1x latching button input (this should switch the battery supply off) (this will need to be on the other side to the rest of the components to sit against the casing)
1x RGB Led Pins (R,G, B & Ground, R,G & B connected as inputs to the pi). (this will need to be on the other side to the rest of the components to sit against the casing) There should probably be 3 common lines on the board (5v, 3.3v and Ground all connected to the Pi with 5v and ground supplied from the battery supply)
Optional logo should be printed on board (request when awarded)
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Hello dear project owner I am an electronic engineer with experience in embedded system design and Pcb designing I can do this in minimum time I have similar experience before.
Hi, I am electronics engineer and have experience of designing PCB's, I have checked your description and can do your task, feel free to inbox me for more discussion
Hi, This is Lawrence and I'm interested to work in your project. I'll be planninng to use KiCAD for this. Please contact me anytime to discuss more in detailed. Thanks, Lawrence