If you going to use the push on/off button circuit from my build you cannot use the original PCB as there is a common ground connection between buttons.Marty33 wrote: ↑Fri Jun 30, 2017 2:24 pmOk. I have to think about it.... i spent many money at this time
For the front buttons, i buy the original PCB and i thought i would use a FPC 20pins.
But this solution take more place...
You think it's possible for somebody to made a version for oshpark.com (for example) and have my version ?
Second question : I see you not use nylon fixation. And your new solution is more compact. Any tips ?
Big thanks and.... BRAVO !
To save space bottom sides of boards are covered with kapton tape and glued with epoxy to main frame. The bond is strong bud still can be broken easily if necessary.
If you need a bottom pcb with a breakout connection it can be easily done or modified from my design.