[1144] Microprocessor and Relay Bypass Box

Date: January 15th, 2012 | Comments : [5] | Categories: DIY.

ATTiny2313 pcb

Here is a prototype of my ATtiny development board, and a printout of a bypass pcb that can control 4 pedals.

The microprocessor board is a generic pcb that I developed for general use with the 20-pin ATtiny AVR microprocessors. It is multi-purpose but when I received the prototypes, I realized that it could be used to control 4 relays to make a 4 pedal true bypass switching box. All that would be required would be a pcb with the 4 relays on it, and the print in the background is the first pass at the design. I should have some prototypes of the relay board soon.

 

5 Responses to “Microprocessor and Relay Bypass Box”

[2601] MetzBlaze Says: 12:13 pm, January 18th, 2012

So in essence you could have 4 pedals in one housing and switch between them using this? If so, that’s awesome!


[2602] admin Says: 7:28 am, January 19th, 2012

Yes, that is one use.

I intend to make a 4 channel true bypass strip with it. There would be connectors for 4 external pedals that would be switched on/off with the footswitches on the bypass strip.

regards, Jack


[2890] Juan Says: 1:18 pm, May 31st, 2012

Do you plan on making these PCBs with Microprocessor available eventually? If so, I’d like to reserve a couple…!


[2891] admin Says: 12:35 pm, June 1st, 2012

>>Do you plan on making these PCBs with Microprocessor available eventually? If so, I’d like to reserve a couple…!<<

Yes, I do, but I have a lot of projects in the works right now so I cannot give you a time schedule. Thanks for asking!

regards, Jack


[2902] Ronald Stepherson Says: 11:33 pm, June 17th, 2012

Looking forward to the release of this project…….




 

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