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USB or Grove barcode readers
Need some USB or Grove barcode readers that can be used with BeagleBoneGreen.3 votes
Your online BOM List can not be filled. Please fix it.
Bom list can not be filled online. Online list does't show.4 votes
wonder if seeed has anything that could send an sms when the diaper is wet ;)
wonder if seeed has anything that could send an sms when the diaper is wet ;)1 vote
e-ink or oled starter kit
arduino to make mimi bt display unit and connect to mobile1 vote
Free talk at FSOSS "fRephone" http://fsoss.senecac.on.ca/2015/schedule
I could talk about Rephone at Seneca in Toronto next week. Ask dumb questions and become undumbina-ted1 vote
More inexpensive-yet-good camera modules composed of OVM cameras with flex cables.1 vote
Create a board like the BBG but without any connectors
There are so few companies that are making modules like the BBB/BBG without the ethernet & USB connectors. This is an embedded market product so lets make it that way. I want to plug the module into my circuit board and put the connectors where I need them to be.5 votes
easy way to personnalize rephone paper craft box
Send me your box shape for rephone as i could include it into my site http://www.visualkit.com (or in a separate one), and provide an easy way to personnalize it. Or perhaps you prefere do your own ...1 vote
Kicad lib for OPL
Create an OPL lib for Kicad13 votes3 comments · I wish · Admin →
RGB laser diode
Create an RGB laser out of Laser Diodes1 vote
Price for printing 10x15cm size Fusion PCBs
Reduce the price of printing 15x10cm size fusion PCBs1 vote
I would to see a GPS Bee with a backup battery. So far every start is a cold start.
I would love to see a GPS Bee with a backup battery. So far every start is a cold start.1 vote
due to this limitation "Minimum inner trace width(for 4 layers) 0.204 8" I can't use QFP with 0.5mm like STM32f407VET6
use same DRU fort 2 layer and 4 layer ? At least for TOP and Botton layer in order to use standart packages.1 vote
Wireless charging for Super Capacitor
A wireless charger that can charge a Super Capacitor [SC]. It would have an adjustable maximum voltage of 2.0 to 2.5 volts, and be able to dump large amounts of current [5A or more -- much more] into an extremely low impedance load [i.e. a current source with an upper voltage limit]. Also, it should be able to dump current into the SC at full bore all the way up to the maximum voltage. A typical SC has a maximum voltage of 2.7 volts, but should not be charged higher than around 2.2 to 2.5 volts [the higher the voltage the lower the live expectancy so it's a tradeoff between performance and longevity]. Also, when a SC is fully discharged, it behaves like a direct short with a high current capacity path, so this wireless charger must be able to handle that without issue. The current sourced by this device doesn't need to be regulated and can even be a pulse of some sort [i.e. the raw, rectified output of the receiver] -- just as long as the voltage across the capacitor doesn't exceed the maximum voltage.
A wireless charger that can charge a Super Capacitor [SC]. It would have an adjustable maximum voltage of 2.0 to 2.5 volts, and be able to dump large amounts of current [5A or more -- much more] into an extremely low impedance load [i.e. a current source with an upper voltage limit]. Also, it should be able to dump current into the SC at full bore all the way up to the maximum voltage. A typical SC has a maximum voltage of 2.7 volts, but should not be charged higher than around 2.2 to 2.5 volts [the higher the voltage…3 votes
3G version of LoNet 808 - Mini GSM/GPRS + GPS Breakout, SKU: 113990107
Simcom based. SIM5320E or another 3G & GPS Simcom chip.1 vote4 comments · I wish · Admin →
Stackup information PCBs
Information about the stackup for a four-layer PCB.
I would be nice to have a stackup for every PCB thickness seeedstudio provides. This makes impedance based routing possible.124 votes13 comments · I wish · Admin →
Update the WIKI
New products or new versions of products, Grove Temp sensor V1.2, could not find it. Many bad links. Kit products with new version of hardware but wiki goes to old version of the product. Grove Starter Kit for Arduino V3 has some in it. New products or versions of products in the store going to old versions on wiki. I think the store and the wiki could use a good going over and clean up.7 votes
wired/wireless Grove-controlled 220V outlets
A simple, wired outlet is something I find myself making all the time (left side of photo), but I'd rather buy something smaller/safer/nicer than keep making them :)
The [more expensive] wireless product can have the same functionality of a "normal" rf (or ir) controlled outlet, but the remote control would also have a grove socket. If it's necessary to have 2 buttons/pins in order to control such a device (like the a/b buttons in the photo), you can use both yellow and white lines (unorthodox for non-I2C grove modules, but I don't see any reason why not).9 votes
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