2018-09-26 (W) POVFan Electronic Hand Fan

The schematic was heavily revised. All of the LEDs were removed in favor of a strip with densely packed lights. Four-position header sockets were added to the board so it can connect to the light strips. An accelerometer was selected but the components were not readily available in small quantities so a whole module was purchased and will be installed instead. A necessary serial port was added so it could connect to a Bluetooth module or USB ↔ serial connector. Since the previous LEDs were powered by a few voltage regulators, the new version will feature a single large regulator.

Revised schematic

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