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Raspi_boy

by darevix, published

Raspi_boy by darevix Apr 14, 2017
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Raspi_boy by darevix is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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A simple handheld game console with 5 "screen and a raspberry pi 3.

Electronic components:

1x Raspberry PI 3 (https://goo.gl/dpNFVS)
1x 5 inch LCD HDMI Touch Screen Display Module TFT LCD 800*480 Raspberry Pi (https://goo.gl/Lvtl2H)
1x Retro Super for Nintendo SNES USB Controller (https://goo.gl/VOKMD5)
1x 3.7v 3000mah lipo battery for tablet pc (https://goo.gl/KDC3li)
1x PAM8403 mini 5V digital amplifier board (https://goo.gl/6rMhfF)
1x 1V-5V to 5V DC Converter Board (https://goo.gl/YV9V0V)
1x TP4056 5V 1A Lithium Battery Micro USB Convert Port Charging Board (https://goo.gl/ODjSuf)
2x 8 ohm 1W Speaker (The ones I use in the project are no longer for sale, https://goo.gl/lD5t1U)
1x 2 Pin On/Off Position Button Switch 12V (https://goo.gl/kqtQH9)
1x 3Pins 3.5mm plug RCA Connector RCA plug 3.5 jack Stereo Headset (https://goo.gl/1h8agd)
2x Momentary Tactile Switch SMD 4 Pin 6 x 6 x 8mm (https://goo.gl/sNJ7AT)

Print Settings

Printer Brand:

Prusa

Printer:

Prusa Steel

Rafts:

No

Supports:

No

Resolution:

0.2mm

Infill:

20

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What kind of screws did you use and did you screw them in directly into the print? Thanks in advance for your response:)!

Very nice design !
Do you think the left and right trigger buttons could be but on the back or the sides like pinball machine buttons ?

Thank You

Has anyone edited the back cover to just be blank and take away the Raspberry Pi symbol? If so can I get a copy of the file? Thanks!

I think i did it correctly, should i 'remix it' with acknowledgement and permission of Darevix ?
I also made a front version without the 2 extra holes, for people willing to put the triggers somewhere else.

Thank you very much for your project, I have a question for you, the buttons I understand that puts them soldering them to a pcb board? Could you put a picture of that part or send it to an email? thank you very much.

And another question, do you know if you could do with an orange pi?

Hello, could you share the apt or step files ? I'd like to make a remix

Hola primero darte las gracias por este gran aporte, tengo algunas preguntas el mando snes USB lo aprovechas todo? Cómo veo que compras los pulsadores tactiles..no funciona con las gomas que viene dentro del mando entiendo que con las gomas es mejor,la conexión de HDMI en el caso de querer usarse anula el LCD de 5 pulgadas o se ve en ambos sitios TV y raspi_boy?

Also I don't get the Instructions. What alse do I need that you didn't have listed on the details? I saw resistors. Can you write me or us a complete Part list please? Thank you

+1 I'm interested too

Hi
I don't get what the two buttons below the start and select are? On the controller you listed are those buttons not included. I need this info thank you

Hi ,

the two buttons below start and select are the L and R button on the snes pad.

Ante todo gran diseño y gracias de antemano, no sé si me puedes ayudar con un problemilla que tengo, la pantalla es una xpt2046, y al probarla se ve en blanco y con rallitas, debo asumir que la pantalla me ha venido rota? o hay que hacer algo para que funcione, tienes o sabes donde hay una imagen del retropie que funcione con esa pantalla? te agradezco cualquier tipo de ayuda. gracias

Hi. Nice design. I'm building one now. Have some problems with the case not fitting my parts.
The on/off button is to big to fit the case hole, and the hdmi connection is to big to clear the back side and the case cant close.

Is it possible to get the orignal drawings to alter it to fit?

I have the same problem like oeyhaga

Hi, I had the same problems.

In the end I had to cut the case to fit the switch and file the HDMI connector and the inside of the case to fit.

got the same problem too :( finally u got it working i supose

Very nice build. I'm trying to make one but I've two problem.
One with the 5V DC Converter Board which seems not to be enough powerful . The one you linked indicate 500 Ma . Is that enough for Pi3 ?
When I power the pi th screen glitches a lot on battery. If I plug a power supply : no problem.

And second thing is the audio part, I have o lot of noise in the speakers . Is anyone facing the same problem ? Did you find a solution ?

thank you

I reply to myself :
For the sound, everything is fine now. Some wire to the ground was disconnected : it's ok now.

About the power problem, I took info directly on the dc converter when it is powered on and it seems that the voltage is not 5v constantly.
I have seen up and down voltage all the time : from 3.69 volt to 4.88 volt max. I tried with another lipo : no success.

Everything works fine if I plug and ac adpatater in the micro usb slot of the charging module .
I Ordered yesterday another dc converter to see if it works better.

To be continued..

Please let us know how you go with the new convertor, as I have just found the issue today.... bit of a pain especially when I have waited so long for parts to come in from China.

Do you know how long the battery lasts?

A rough estimate would be 45-60 minutes per 1000 mAh or 2:15 to 3:00 hours for a 3000 mAh battery like he used

Muy lindo proyecto, voy a hacer uno

This build is remarkable!

Do you have a link for the micro USB for power?

Did you just disassemble the controller and stick it in the case?

Sorry, noobie here, do you have instructions on building this? Thanks!

Sorry but doing a step by step manual would take me too long. I think that with having a little knowledge of electronics can mount the project without many problems.

Assuming I am buying everything for this project what wires do you suggest I buy? And what else do I need that is not listed?

I usually use AWG 24 - 26

bonjour,
très belle construction, très beau design
j'aimerais le reproduire mais je n'est pas bien compris le schéma de câblage serais t'il possible d'etre un peut plus explicite sur la manière de raccorder les composants s'il vous plaît merci de votre compréhension.

Utilisez simplement toutes les pièces avec lesquelles vous vous sentez confortable, pas besoin d'utiliser exactement les mêmes éléments ou les instructions de câblage :)

Thanks for the great design! I just built one! Not same parts but works rather great!

http://www.thingiverse.com/make:339041

Thanks
Thanos

Raspi_boy

Im not understanding your wiring for the charging board. in your picture it looks like you have 4 wires soldered to 4 ports however the board you provided does not have 4 ports.

I downloaded this file before, last month when I printed the LCD fit tight, yesterday i downloaded again the lcd fit losely. does this file stil the same or allready newer version? thanks. :D

Yes I made a small change in the area of the screen, but the rest of the piece retains the original design.

Can I have the old file again? I kinda like it more becasue the new one the LCD panel is too loose, :D btw how you print the front case? front facing down? or front facing up using support? Thanks.

Hi,

This looks incredible, thanks for posting! One small request, could you add a headphone jack? Something like this: https://goo.gl/Rq7O6h would make the build perfect, and it should allow the speakers to automatically disable when it's plugged in.

Thanks for posting this again! Amazing!

Nevermind, I see that's it's pretty trivial. Just connect the R, L, and GND of the headphone jack to the same inputs on the amplifier. Drill a small hole in the case, and you're good to go. Hopefully if you turn down the amplifier all the way, you should only have sound coming from your headphones.

Is there anyway to include a more specific wiring diagram please and thank you

I want it too please

Can't find the RCA adapter, please include link thank you

I just added links for each component

Sorry I am pretty new to this circuit reading. How are the buttons wired on to the Pi

can you give me a link to this smal speakers ? i cant find them.

Hi there, Nice work, i wanne rebuild this can you post an Current flow diagram ?

I just uploaded a simple diagram

Thanks that helps me a lot

Very nice design. What sort of battery life do you get from this?

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