Low-cost 2D ultrasound imaging for makersDesigned by William Meng, Ships from United States of America
SimpleRick is low-cost ultrasound imaging hardware, designed for makers and electronics hobbyists. These are surplus PCBs from my first prototype. I’m selling these to anyone who is interested in w...Read More…
SimpleRick is low-cost ultrasound imaging hardware, designed for makers and electronics hobbyists.
These are surplus PCBs from my first prototype. I’m selling these to anyone who is interested in working with the SimpleRick hardware before the production version is available.
These were manufactured by JLC PCB with the following specifications:
As of 8/3/18, 8 PCBs are available.
To assemble this PCB, you will need to acquire and solder all the components yourself. You should be comfortable with soldering these component sizes:
You may find it helpful to use a stencil when applying solder paste. Gerber files are provided in case you want to order a stencil from a manufacturer. I recommend OSH Stencils.
Additionally, you should have a solid understanding of circuit theory, hardware prototyping, and test & measurement in order to debug the assembled circuit if the need arises.
The PCBs are sold in new, unused condition, but they may have minor cosmetic issues like scuff marks or scratches due to handling. This should not impact the functionality of the device.
ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY is provided. I am not responsible if the device that you assemble does not work.
Documentation can be found in the Github repo.
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