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 +The hardware is based on our so called moodlamp, an Atmega8 based board that supports the RS485 wired bus and can optionally be fitted with an rf-module or an IR receiver. The rows of the installation each represent an RS485 bus segment. They are connected to a master moodlamp which itself is connected to our laptop using a usb-serial converter. The RGB-Leds consume up to 3W each and have to be mounted on a passive cooler. More information on the moodlamp can be found on our wiki http://wiki.muc.ccc.de/moodlamp
 +===== Layout, assembly plans und partlists =====
 +  * Eagle-files: https://brezn.muc.ccc.de/svn/moodlamp-rf/tags/board/0.30
 +  * circuit diagram: [[https://brezn.muc.ccc.de/~schneider/moodlamp-rf/tags/board/0.30/ml-rf.pdf|PDF]] [[https://brezn.muc.ccc.de/~schneider/moodlamp-rf/tags/board/0.30/sch.png|PNG]]
 +  * board: [[https://brezn.muc.ccc.de/~schneider/moodlamp-rf/tags/board/0.30/brd.pdf|PDF]]  [[https://brezn.muc.ccc.de/~schneider/moodlamp-rf/tags/board/0.30/brd.png|PNG]]
 +  * assembly board-top: https://brezn.muc.ccc.de/~schneider/moodlamp-rf/tags/board/0.30/top.png
 +  * assembly board-bottom: https://brezn.muc.ccc.de/~schneider/moodlamp-rf/tags/board/0.30/bot.png
 +  * SVN: https://brezn.muc.ccc.de/svn/moodlamp-rf/trunk/
 +schneider@nihil:/dump/prj/moodlamp/svn/moodlamp-rf/tags/board/0.3$ cat README 
 +                          Moodlamp-rf pcb readme
 +This directory contains all files needed to build a moodlamp-rf board. Please use eagle in version 5 to view ml-rf.sch and ml-rf.brd
 +If you don't have eagle installed you can view the board using ml-rf-{brd,sch}.{png,pdf}
 +Please view the schematic to see which parts you have to put on the board. Different options are grouped together.
 +The file bom-grouped contains the list of parts used to build your moodlamp.
 +Special Notes:
 +R23 changed its name to L1.
 +Parts not populated or replaced:
 +Some parts are not populated and some have been replaced by solder bridges:
 +Parts not populated:                    R13, R14, R15
 +Parts replaced by a solder bridge:      L1, R10, R11, R12, R16, R17, R18
 +The 3V regulater is usually not populated. These parts are probably not included in your kit.
 +Parts not populated: C6, C7, C8, C9, C10, IC3
 +Solderbridge to short out: SJ1
 +Please refer to https://wiki.muc.ccc.de/geekend08:moodlamp_howto for more information about building a moodlamp.
 +For an introduction to SMD soldering visit http://www.spida.net/projects/hardware/smd-soldering/
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