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Accelerometer Housing for GY-61 ADXL335 Accelerometer Analogue Board
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For 5th February 2015.
Part of my Upload 1 model a day in Open Source format New Years resolution.
Things are going well.
I need this for work so I decided to design in my own time, wire up and print out.
This is the 3rd Generation, but looks good.
Model of the board is at:
Wire the board, rotate the board under notch and onto spikes (gentle encouragement) and then use your soldering iron to melt the pins to hold the board securely.
I will let you know how I progress with this tomorrow as I want to measure an acceleration on this.
It allegedly outputs a set voltage per "g" acceleration, so I can maybe track this with a USB Oscilloscope we have. That'll be sweet!
All the best,
Eur Ing Andy Southern
Printed out (gen2) shaved the edges (gen2) and then slowly eased the GY-61 ADXL335 Accelerometer Analogue Board (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:662394) around over the pins (gentle encouragement was needed).
I then used a soldering iron to splay the pins out and retain the board.
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