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Page 2 - parts and tools

The Build - 2 - Parts and Tools

1.) Microduino Core + ATmega 644PA / ATmega1284P, 8mhz, 3.3v - http://www.microduino.cc

this one is a bit tricky to find. They don't sell the 3.3v 8mhz version yet, but its fairly simple to mod one to 8mhz. You'll need this for low power.

2.) 3.3v Voltage regulator - http://www.pololu.com

3.) Vibration Motor - http://www.pololu.com

4.) tactile buttons - http://www.adafruit.com

5.) OLED screen - http://www.adafruit.com

6.) 3.7v LiPo 500 mah battery - http://www.adafruit.com

7.) Power switch - http://www.adafruit.com

8.) JST-PH 2 pin connector - http://www.adafruit.com

9.) fine wire - http://www.adafruit.com

10.) Led Sequins - http://www.adafruit.com

11.) Micro USB Lipo Charger - http://www.adafruit.com

12.) Female Jumper Wires - http://www.adafruit.com

13.) Male Jumper Wires - http://www.adafruit.com

14.) Bluetooth LE chip BLE112 A - http://www.mouser.com

15.) Watch strap - http://www.amazon.com

Misc Other Parts (any parts should do)

1.) 10k ohm resistor

2.) NPN transistor

3.) 0.1uF capacitor

4.) diode

5.) 1k ohm resistor

6.) 33 ohm resistor

3D printed Parts

3D Printing Build

Tools

1.) CC Debugger (to program bluetooth chip)

2.) A PC (bluetooth programs are PC only)

3.) A FTDI friend (Or similar FTDI - USB programmer)

4.) An extra Arduino (to burn the bootloader / debug parts)

5.) A tempature controlled soldering iron

6.) Solder with flux core

7.) Tube of Flux

8.) Fine wire cutters

9.) Fine wire strippers

10.) Dremmel tool

11.) Sandpaper

12.) Superglue

13.) Quick Set Epoxy

14.) MultiMeter

15.) Tweezers

16.) Solder Sucker

17.) Solder Helper (Grippers)

18.) Breadboard

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