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| Posted: Feb 25, 2015 | Ends: 13d, 9h |
Hello I am in need of someone to create all the files needed for me to produce a simple ion meter (mv meter, potentiometer) Here is an example. [obscured] /proddetail.asp?parent=12&prod=377&seq=3&TotRec=9 [obscured] -china.com/enproductsview/604.html We need to make a much simpler cheaper version. We have made a much more complicated 6 channel ion meter in the past. So to that end, I have all the design files, we actually have 2 different models, so the basically all the details are worked out, all the components, values and schematics and so on. What I want to successful elancer to do, is use the data on the files for the multi-channel projects we have already done. Use the knowledge to re-create the drawings, gerbers BOM etc, so I can have a simple ion meter made. The ion meter needs to work exactly as we have made in the past in terms of the components and schematics layout, i.e we have worked out how to make the mV meter. It works by measuring ...
Fixed Price: $1,000 - $5,000
| Posted: Jan 27, 2015 | Ends: 10d, 20h |
System Specification for Video Frame Buffer Version:1.0 24 January 2015 The unit is to be designed to capture video (video meaning image) input from a personal computer, buffer the captured video images in internal SDRAM and replay the captured video images to up to 48 individual VGA monitors in turn. The unit will be designed to meet the following requirements: - 1. The unit is to be designed such that the user can input up to a maximum of 48 images of a resolution of 800x600 (standard) up to a maximum of 1920x1080 (configurable). Each individual image to be captured is to be transmitted to the unit via a standard 19 pin HDMI or a VGA interface. The user presses a capture button on the unit when the user wishes the unit to capture a given image, the unit then captures the image and stores it in a SDRAM buffer. Each captured image is then displayed on one of up to 48 VGA monitors (in turn). The monitors will support VGA input at 800x600 75 frames per second. 2. Rather than one P...
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