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electronic circuit

Development/Design

Create PCB by EasyEDA and order PCB by JLCPCB. If you want to keep costs down, request 2 boards to be mounted.

Create schematics in EasyEDA and convert the schematics to PCBs Work on the PCBs includes component placement, number printing, board outline drawing, wiring with auto routing, creating mounting holes and creating solid copper foil After completing the work on the PCBs, order the boards from JLCPCB.
Development/Design

[ESP32] Electronic circuit of the self-made board that can also be driven by LiPo battery

Describes the process of creating a home-made ESP32 board that can support both USB Type-C and LiPo batteries. The charging current is regulated by PROG and the voltage regulator is switched from AMS1117 to ME6211 series; an automatic switching circuit is implemented using PMOSFETs.
Development/Design

[ESP32] From development board to designing your own printed circuit board and making it into a product

The cat-shaped talking robot Mia is developed on a home-made board using an ESP32 Wi-Fi Bluetooth module; this memorandum summarises the process from the initial development using an ESP32 development board to the creation of a home-made board and several changes for the product.
Development/Design

[Electronic Circuit] Found defective products after 100 boards were installed and filed a Quality Complaint with JLCPCB.

The order was placed with JLCPCB for 100 boards, but in reality some of the pin headers were slightly out of level, resulting in LCD displays interfering with each other and not fitting together The JLCPCB order history section has a 'Quality Complaint' field where you can enter the nature of the fault and the number of faulty boards. and the number of defective boards.
Development/Design

[JLCPCB] I received a confirmation email after ordering 100 boards. PCB operation is not checked

If there is no problem with the PCB layout, you will not receive an email from JLCPCB, so if you receive an email, it is when there is a problem, such as an incomplete circuit. Also, JLCPCB does not check the functionality of your own PCB, so you need to look at the schematic and PCB yourself to determine if the order is correct.