Had a ton of fun building these! Added a few mods, a stereo headphone jack and a indicator light lens to view charge lights from the outside. All printed in Pla at .1 resolution 100% infill
Can you provide details on how you made the light lens for your PiGrrl 2 ?
Can you share the indicator light lens .stl? Great work!
The indicator light lens is a nice feature. Would you share the .stl with us? I'd really apreciate that ;-)
Did you modify the pigrrl2-bot.stl in any way?
Thank you for the Inspiration, I integrated it into a Remixed Version:http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1565164
I really like your additional board supports.
do you have the STLs for those?
also, how much room is left inside once all of the parts are assembled and in place?
i'm trying to figure out if there would be a way to make a little storage compartment for extra SD cards.
Where can I get a jack like that without buying in bulk? I just need one.
Also, this is my first time doing electronics work, how did you attach it? I know that you explained it in a previous comment, but as you can see, I am an idiot and have no idea what any of that means. Could you explain it to me like you would a 6 year old? Or even better, show me a video or a picture?
I've add a quick wiring diagram to my posted photos that may help
I just noticed i messed up my original diagram fixed one is currently up!
I got mine from a local small electronics store so i cant help you there (a simple google search of the part number should work just fine though).
Could I use this-https://www.adafruit.com/products/1699
I believe that should work as well.
Did you change the case file or just drill the appropriate holes?
Was gonna modify the case file but decided it was just faster to drill it out
I am building one today and having problems with the pitft display. I was trying to use the latest retropie build. Did you have to do anything to get the display working?
I used the image that adafruit provided with no issues what so ever.
Wow, they look great! Can you explain how you wired the headphone jack?
Used a switched stereo headphone jack so that when headphones are plugged in it cuts the audio input to the amplifier, part # MODE 24-391-0. Then simply tapped into the pi's headphone jacks left audio, right audio, and ground. Wired it straight to the jack, tied another wire to the ground of the jack to the A- of the amplifier and from the switched right audio on the jack to the A+ of the amplifier. Voilà you now have a stereo output for headphones!
Can you tell me which pin is the left channel audio on the Bottom of the Pi2? I cant seem to get confirmation one which pp# it is. a pp# or picture would be super helpful!
Sorry, but this is my first time doing any electronics work-
would you mind explaining this like you would to a 6 year old? :)
also, where can I find that jack, and how did you attach it?
Thanks for sharing the information! I'll definitely add this mod to my build.
Wow!! Fantastic job! =D
Thanks! And thank you for the awesome design!
these are great
So I see you have the 4 cables running from the Pi to the headphone jack, are the other 2 just running to the PowerBoost? What determines that headphones are plugged in and the speaker is turned off? Like, what connection would have to be made in order for that to happen?
Hey man, so I followed your schematic and everything works great except when I put the headphones in the speakers are still on. Can you tell me which wire accounts for the switch from the speaker to the headphone jack