Designing The Parts V – AT24C64

Designing The Parts V – AT24C64

Following the same way that we did with the previous articles, we now have to design the component AT24C64, which is an EEPROM memory. This time, I didn’t find any component like that on Sparkfun’s or Adafruit’s library. This time you really might need to draw the component!

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Designing The Parts IV – PCF8563

Designing The Parts IV – PCF8563

Following the same way that we did with the previous articles, we now have to design the component PCF8563, which is a real-time clock module. This time, I didn’t find any component like that on Sparkfun’s or Adafruit’s library. This time you really might need to draw the component!

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Designing The Parts I – MPU6050

Designing The Parts I – MPU6050

After installing EAGLE from CadSoft, you may want to open some of the examples that come with the software. But, to begin our project, the user needs to have the components inside the library. You can use the Adafruit library, or you can make your own. If you don’t trust the library, you can always design your own part. Besides, even if you use the component from the library, you can always practice and learn.

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Installing And Setting Up Eagle

This tutorial is the first in a series to help people follow my Arduino articles, and go from scratch to finnish the Arduino Powered Smartwatch. What is written on this article, however, can be found on many other websites, but I wanted to make the complete series of tutorials to cover all aspects of the project. So if you already know this, skip this page, because it might seem a little redundant. If not, I hope this helps you in some way.

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