3D Scanner HAT expansion board interface for Raspberry Pi running FreeLSS on the PICLOP ATLAS FreeLSSDesigned by Jonathan, Ships from United States of America
What is it? 3D Scanner HAT interface board for the Raspberry Pi This is part of a DIY project to build or upgrade a 3D scanner based on Atlas 3D Scanner and Piclop hybrid scanner. Runs the open-so...Read More…
This is part of a DIY project to build or upgrade a 3D scanner based on Atlas 3D Scanner and Piclop hybrid scanner. Runs the open-source FreeLSS software (freelss.org) on Raspbian or Ubuntu as a standalone device.
Designed as a Raspberry Pi HAT, it incorporates several additional and accessible features not present in the Atlas Scanner that include:
Boards are made, assembled, and tested in the USA.
Works with the Raspberry Pi 2 and Pi 3 !
(Does not include Pololu DRV8834 stepper driver or Raspberry Pi)
I wanted to make a custom interface for use with the open-source 3D Scanning software, FreeLSS. I was very impressed with the Arduino-based Ciclop scanner and the Raspberry Pi-based Atlas Scanner. Several FreeLSS users merged the two scanner platforms, creating the PiCLOP 3D Scanner. However, there were few changes to the basic PCB design used for the scanner. I wanted to integrate the hardware functionality into a Raspberry Pi HAT format, with the inclusion of extra features for expandability --- and who knows, other uses !
Over-current protection by poly re-settable fuse.
Changes in Revision 2 - 3.3V output and swapped GPIO connectors (GPIO 4 and GPIO24) - permits use of PCA9685 16ch 12bit PWM/Servo controller Modules and other I2C devices requiring 3.3V input.
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