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 ====== Intro ====== ====== Intro ======
  
-This page is intended to list avaiable ​hardware components for the [[r0ket]].+This page is intended to list available ​hardware components for the [[r0ket]]. ​[[m0dul#​hardware|Hardware/​interface description at m0dul]]
  
 ====== Registry ====== ====== Registry ======
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 ==== avr m0dul ==== ==== avr m0dul ====
 +{{https://​dl.dropbox.com/​u/​30575569/​IMG_20121121_001912-1.jpg?​300}}
  
-Description: ​Connects an avr controller over ispUnfinished, feel free to jump in.+Description: ​Finished AVRISP-Firmware for r0ket. 
 +Link: [[https://​wiki.chaosdorf.de/​AVR-Programmieradapter]]
  
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 +Description:​ Connects an avr controller over isp. Unfinished, feel free to jump in.
 Link: [[http://​blog.chris007.de/?​p=336]] Link: [[http://​blog.chris007.de/?​p=336]]
  
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 {{:​m0dul-launch.jpg?​320|}} {{:​m0dul-launch.jpg?​320|}}
  
-The launch m0dul enables the r0ket to launch rockets (fireworks). SS3 is used as GPIO to switch a relay using a NPN transisor, the relay switches 12V to a 2 Ohms reistor (11W) + heating wire (cut from an old hot air gun) which starts glowing (using about 3 Amps) and ignites the rocket. Here a video of the beta version (using hackerbus instead of m0dulbus and normal wire+matchstick instead of the heating wire) in action: http://​vimeo.com/​34415508+The launch m0dul enables the r0ket to launch rockets (fireworks). SS3 is used as GPIO to switch a relay using a NPN transistor, the relay switches 12V to a 2 Ohms reistor (11W) + heating wire (cut from an old hot air gun) which starts glowing (using about 3 Amps) and ignites the rocket. Here a video of the beta version (using hackerbus instead of m0dulbus and normal wire+matchstick instead of the heating wire) in action: http://​vimeo.com/​34415508
  
-SS3 was chosen because it seems to be low by default currently - but be careful, if that's not the case your rocket might launch while plugging in the m0dul already... Best pratice ​should be to connect 12V supply and insert the rocket only in safe launch locations - or even better, not use this m0dul at all...+SS3 was chosen because it seems to be low by default currently - but be careful, if that's not the case your rocket might launch while plugging in the m0dul already... Best practice ​should be to connect 12V supply and insert the rocket only in safe launch locations - or even better, not use this m0dul at all...
  
 For the next version I plan to use an i2c gpio chip to be able to connect several launch units. There'​s now about 1 year of time to finish that project. And add some wireless launch function using a second r0ket... For the next version I plan to use an i2c gpio chip to be able to connect several launch units. There'​s now about 1 year of time to finish that project. And add some wireless launch function using a second r0ket...
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 ==== Ethernet ==== ==== Ethernet ====
  
-Description:​ Make the r0ket connect to your favourite ​Network :-) -- Currently in planning+Description:​ Make the r0ket connect to your favorite ​Network :-) -- Currently in planning
  
 Link: [[m0dul-ethernet|ethernet m0dul]] Link: [[m0dul-ethernet|ethernet m0dul]]
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