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 Chronos 2.0 arduino shield. 
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Post Chronos 2.0 arduino shield.
Hey folks. Been busy lately, have not been on here much, but I wanted to post this on here if anyone is interested in stepper control, latest version of chronos 2.0 as an arduino shield. Currently working to make a nice finished enclosure for it.

The code is easy to adapt to any configuration.

offer, HDR modes, drift modes, symmetrical and asymmetrical ramping, live ramping,automatic microstepping, multitudes of ayuto repeat and reverse functions, repeatability, full intervalometer capability, limit switches, full functionality as low as -20c tested, yadda yadda yadda. plus it will synchronize with any system out there such as the eMotimo, little bramper, triggertrap, MX2, mumford, and even cameras built in intervalometers. it is designed to be as simple to use as possible and integrate with anything on the market.

for a better list of its ability look up project chronos on sourceforge.net. I am making these to simplify the Chronos 2.0 build process to make it easier to keep up with orders, and i figure ill offer them as arduino shields to anyone interested.

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Sun Nov 04, 2012 2:01 pm
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Post Re: Chronos 2.0 arduino shield.
That looks pretty decent. I'm sure it will appeal to those who have an Arduino already.
What is that little red module for?
Also, are you getting your boxes custom made?

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Sun Nov 04, 2012 6:47 pm
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Post Re: Chronos 2.0 arduino shield.
the red jobber is the motor driver

We are using the same style of box as we have been using for the last 6 months, but cut to fit the shield and arduino. We just lazer them out. Quick and simple. I really like the boxes, they consist of 6 interlocking pieces sort of like a puzzle and offer a very distinct look, they lock together and hole very secure without any screws or adhesive. They will look very similar to these but smaller.

this is what we have been putting together. It is awfully time consuming with a ton of solder points. these should also increase reliability due to the elimination of all the jumpers.

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Sun Nov 04, 2012 7:28 pm
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Post Re: Chronos 2.0 arduino shield.
I like those boxes, a friend of mine uses the same structure but made out of wood for controller cases. Your work looks awesome as usual!


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