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 pull request on GitHub if you meet the contributing guidelines for requirements on adding a project!


JuicyBoard

plugg.ee Labs

JuicyBoard from plugg.ee Labs is an open source modular robotics platform that can be used to build custom 3D printers, CNC machines and more.

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KiwiSDR

John Seamons

KiwiSDR is an open source and open hardware software-defined radio (SDR) covering shortwave, the longwave & AM broadcast bands, various utility stations, and amateur radio transmissions, world-wide, in the spectrum from 10 kHz to 30 MHz. The KiwiSDR is a custom circuit board you connect to an inexpensive BeagleBone Black or Green computer.

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Makerville Knit

Makerville Solutions Inc.

Makerville Knit is Knit is an industrial grade Wi-Fi development board to build secure connected applications. It is based on the 88MW300 SoC from Marvell.

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Memtype

www.area0x33.com

Memtype project is an open source solution to store your passwords in a tiny USB form factor device to have them available everywhere.

The device is based on the Atmel attiny85 device and use V-USB software based solution to have USB communications.

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Micropendous

Opendous Inc.

The Micropendous boards were Development Boards for Atmel’s USB AVR Microcontrollers with a Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) hardware, firmware, and software development platform. They were designed for USB peripheral and hosting development.

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MobilECG

Péter Isza

MobilECG is an USB-based open source 12-lead clinical electrocardiograph.

It is designed to meet all the relevant medical standards (ISO 60601-1, etc.). Smaller than most ECGs on the market, and also has superior signal quality. Works with PCs, notebooks, and Android tablets. Records all leads simultaneously.

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Mooltipass

Mathieu Stephan

An offline password keeper project created by and for the Hackaday community.

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MultiAdaptor

Opendous Inc.

This adaptor has multiple overlapping footprints for any occasion: up to 28 pin SOIC/SO (1.27mm pitch), up to 28-pin SSOP/TSSOP (0.65mm pitch), up to four SOT23, up to three SC70, one MSOP-10 (0.5mm pitch), one SOT223, and one SOT-143. All in a 0.8" wide DIP board. The header pins are staggered to allow press-fitting them while soldering.

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Opsis

Numato & TimVideos

The Opsis is a powerful FPGA-based open source video platform for videographers and visual artists and designed to give the user complete control over high-speed video, enabling everything from real-time conference capturing solutions, to experimental visual art and even general FPGA-based video research.

Created in collaboration between the Numato Lab and TimVideos.us live event streaming project, the Opsis is the ideal device for the HDMI2USB.tv video capturing firmware, which allows for “fool-proof” video recording from any computer.

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RabbitMax Flex Raspberry Pi HAT

Leon Anavi

RabbitMax Flex is an open source Raspberry Pi HAT for IoT prototyping and home automation applications. It has infrared receiver and transmitter, relay, buzzer, button, RGB LED and UART pins for debugging. The board also supports 1602 LCD display module and up to 5 I2C sensors.

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