Project 6 (PCB Design Sensor)

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Due Date

Monday, February 27, 2017 at 9:00 PM

About the Project

In this project, you will be creating the PCB (printed circuit board) for your final capstone project next quarter. It is essentially the distance sensor project that you did in the winter quarter, but instead of being on a breadboard/perfboard, it is on a PCB now. For this project you will need to download and install several different things, and we will be going over all of that in the livestream/video below.

LiveStream

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z1CJVDhuRO0

Download OSHPark 2layer Eagle7.2.cam

http://docs.oshpark.com/design-tools/eagle/cam-job/

PCB Parts

You will use these specific parts when you add parts from the downloaded OPS Library.

IR Detector

  • Device: BPX81
  • Package: BPX81
  • Library: opto-trans-siemens

Capacitor

  • Device: C-US025-030X050 (C-US)
  • Package: C025-030X050
  • Library: rcl

Resistors

  • Device: R-US_0204/7 (R-US_)
  • Package: 0204/7
  • Library: rcl

LED

  • Device: LED5MM (LED)
  • Package: LED5MM
  • Library: led

Pin Headers

  • Device: PINHD-1X3
  • Package: 1X03
  • Library: pinhead

+5V

  • Device: +5V
  • Library: supply1

GND

  • Device: GND
  • Library: supply1

Submission Files

Email your complete .ZIP folder to: ops@ieee.ucla.edu

The subject line should look like this: [OPS PCB] John Cena's PCB (Obviously, you should use your own name.)

The .ZIP must contain the following:

boardname.TopLayer.ger

boardname.BottomLayer.ger

boardname.TopSoldermask.ger

boardname.BottomSoldermask.ger

boardname.TopSilkscreen.ger

boardname.BottomSilkscreen.ger

boardname.BoardOutline.ger

boardname.drills.xln

boardname.sch

boardname.brd

THERE IS NO SOLDERING IN THIS PROJECT.

THERE IS NO PROGRAMMING IN THIS PROJECT.

THERE IS NO ARDUINO IN THIS PROJECT.