More new hardware µAva

Following closely behind µAvaNut is µAva, a test board that replaces the NTX2 with the RFM22B also I’ve dropped the temperature sensor on this PCB. This board is extremely light at 5g and has the pads for an optional DC-DC boost converter which should be able to power the board from 2 x AAA cells. I’ve also used 0402 SMD components on this board which as advise really isn’t necessary.

JCoxon’s Project EURUS is currently testing this board to ascertain its suitability.


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