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Made With KiCad

These are some KiCad designed projects that have been made by users. If you want to be featured along the other showcases on this page please submit a merge request on GitLab if you meet the contributing guidelines for requirements on adding a project!


Boatcontrol

Antonia Stevens (ant)

Boatcontrol is an open hardware design for a marine grade SMART/IoT electrical distribution panel and electronics platform (boat) controller.

It’s an I/O breakout board capable of switching 32 onboard latching relays and optionally 32 momentary/latching relays using addon boards switching up to 60A AC/DC 0-400V per circuit.

The "smart" part is provided by either a Raspberry Pi HAT or a Nvidia Jetson (Nano/Xavier NX) either of which can be mounted on the board.

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CIAA-ACC (HPC)

The CIAA Project

The CIAA Project is an open hardware and software project started to lever the argentinean industrial environment. The CIAA-ACC is a 12 layer PCB design for High Performance Computing. It has a Xilinx Zynq-7000 SoC with an ARM 2x Cortex A9 CPU and a Kintex-7 FPGA. The form factor is the expandable PCIe-104. Peripherals: 1GB DDR3 memory, Quad SPI Flash, Gbit Ethernet, Micro SDHC, USB 2.0, dual role HDMI, PCIe 1x.

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CIAA-EDU-NXP

The CIAA Project

The CIAA Project is an open hardware and software project started to lever the argentinean industrial environment. The EDU-CIAA-NXP was created specifically to be used in education, as an introductory board for the CIAA-NXP (also cheaper). It has the same processor as the CIAA-NXP, an ARM Cortex-M4F/Cortex-M0 32-bit dual core, push buttons, several LEDs, ADC and DAC, many digital inputs and outputs, and is powered via USB.

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CIAA-FSL

The CIAA Project

The CIAA Project is an open hardware and software project started to lever the argentinean industrial environment. The CIAA-FSL is a four layer PCB designed to be used for industrial applications, and includes high quality terminals, beside of several protections and safety considerations. It has a 32-bit processor K60 Kinetis (ARM Cortex-M4) with several communication ports, including USB OTG, Ethernet, RS485, RS232, CAN, SPI, I2C, SD, A/D, D/A and support for connection of LCD display and GPIO input/output.

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CIAA-NXP

The CIAA Project

The CIAA Project is an open hardware and software project started to lever the argentinean industrial environment. The CIAA-NXP was designed to be used for industrial applications, and includes high quality terminals, beside of several protections and safety considerations. It has a 32-bit dual-core processor (ARM Cortex-M4F/M0 @204MHz) with several communication ports, including USB, Ethernet, RS485, RS232, CAN, SPI, I2C, and support for connection of LCD display and GPIO input/output.

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CIAA-picoCIAA

The CIAA Project

The CIAA Project is an open hardware and software project started to lever the argentinean industrial environment. Aimed at small footprint projects and also with PCI Express interface. It has a dual core 32-bit ARM Cortex M4F/M0+ @100 MHz CPU, with USB, PCI Express, UART, SPI, I2C, PWM and GPIOs.

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Crazyflie 1.0

Bitcraze AB

The Crazyflie 1.0 is an open flying development platform. It is a versatile platform that includes a powerful Cortex-M4 MCU, 2.4GHz low latency radio and bluetooth low energy. It also has an expansion port which allows to easily add extra hardware.

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CSEduino v4

Joao Alves

CSEduino is the answer to a very low cost DIY Arduino like board. This version has a 2-layer pcb created with kicad.

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Driverino-Shield

Michele Santucci

Driverino-Shield is a simple, low power, controller for BLDC sensored motors. The project target was to create an Arduino shield capable of driving a PM BLDC motor rated about 50-100W. The board is fitted with TI MCT8316Z BLDC driver.

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DRV10987V01: MLAB BLDC driver

MLAB-project team

The DRV10987V01 is an MLAB module featuring the DRV10987 controller by Texas Instruments, designed for sensorless operation of Brushless DC (BLDC) and Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors (PMSM). It’s a compact, powerful solution for driving motors with diverse voltage requirements, offering a continuous current of 2A and peak current of 3A. The module can control motor speed based on PWM, analogue, or digital (I2C) input, and has built-in functions for overload and overheat protection. It’s ideal for applications like robotic systems, home appliances, and hobby projects.

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