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!
EITI is an I/O module for a PLC/MODBUS based design. The board measures temperature signals, communicate via a RX or TX 4-20mA current loop signal and communicate with other devices over MODBUS. This allows a PLC to interface with many common analog signals.
12 lead ECG with an ARM Cortex M3, USB and Bluetooth, developed and sold in partnership with Eccosur.
GH60 is a custom programmable mechanical keyboard designed for the geekhack community.
HackRF One from Great Scott Gadgets is a Software Defined Radio peripheral capable of transmission or reception of radio signals from 1 MHz to 6 GHz. Designed to enable test and development of modern and next generation radio technologies, HackRF One is an open source hardware platform that can be used as a USB peripheral or programmed for stand-alone operation.
The JEMTech-ILDA-Node is a 16 bit 6 channel DAC for ILDA up to 400kpps.
This Project is a DAC (digital to analog converter) which generates six differential signals based on the ILDA (International Laser Display Association) ISP-DB25 standard. The DAC is contolled via SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface) bus.
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.
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.
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.