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2011\11\16@145936 by Harold Hallikainen

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Years ago I developed a cow thermometer for a local company. They now need
a redesign since some of the parts are being discontinued. I'd like to
help them, but am SWAMPED with work on my real job (overtime every day).
So... would someone on the list be interested in taking on this project?
It's an 18LF2520 project written in C. Uses an LTC external ADC over SPI
to read a thermistor probe (to the cow). The Allegro LED driver is being
discontinued. I'm sure various updates can also be made to the system.

So, this would require hardware and firmware design, including PCB layout.

Let me know if you're interested (spam_OUTharoldTakeThisOuTspamhallikainen.org), and I'll pass
your info on.

THANKS!

Harold



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2011\11\16@203128 by Vee Gee

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On Wed, Nov 16, 2011 at 2:59 PM, Harold Hallikainen
<.....haroldKILLspamspam@spam@hallikainen.org> wrote:
> Years ago I developed a cow thermometer for a local company. They now need
> a redesign since some of the parts are being discontinued. I'd like to
> help them, but am SWAMPED with work on my real job (overtime every day).
> So... would someone on the list be interested in taking on this project?
> It's an 18LF2520 project written in C. Uses an LTC external ADC over SPI
> to read a thermistor probe (to the cow). The Allegro LED driver is being
> discontinued. I'm sure various updates can also be made to the system.
>
> So, this would require hardware and firmware design, including PCB layout..
>
> Let me know if you're interested (haroldspamKILLspamhallikainen.org), and I'll pass
> your info on.
>
> THANKS!
>
> Harold

I'm interested in this since it's something I know I can do and have
done in the past, despite being only a student. I can design with
PICs, write excellent C and well enough in assembly, know how to work
the peripherals using SPI and whatever else. I can do PCB design and
layout (albeit with supervision so I don't make stupid mistakes like
different trace lengths for high frequency stuff, that sort of thing).
Seems like a simple enough project (apparently much more simple than
stuff I've done in the past as a hobby).

Honestly, being a student, would I even be considered? I could really
use the spare change for some parts.

What is the timeframe/deadlines/etc

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