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CoCo-ri-Co: The Cool Controller Concept

Based on a Labs project | October 2014 | Find it here
CoCo-ri-Co: The Cool Controller Concept
Here is a new initiative in the quest for the ultimate human interface in microcontroller designs. Instead of the 210th all-in-one solution this time we resort to the modular approach. The result is truly flexible—it can even be used as a (wearable) Christmas decoration or for 3D modeling.
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Component List
R1–R12 = 180Ohm, SMD 0603
P1 = 100kOhm trimpot, 3mm, e.g. Bourns TC33X-2-104E
C1 = 100nF, SMD 0603
C2 = 10µF 6.3V, SMD 0805
IC1 = LPC812M101JDH20FP (TSSOP20)
LED1–LED17 = LED, bicolor red/green, Dialight 5988610207F
BUZ1 = buzzer, Kingbright KMTG1102-A1
S2 = pushbutton, Multimec 3FTL6
S1 = rotary encoder with/without integrated pushbutton, e.g. Alps EC12E2424407
K1–K6 = 5-pin pinheader, horizontal or vertical (optional)
Ready assembled module: Elektor Store # 140183-91, see

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