2024-02-29 (Th) AugLim RADARBadge Part corrections

Ordering the board and including assembly turned into a nightmare. The parts library at easyeda.com made it challenging to tell which components were available. The battery holders were unsupported, and I could not find any way to add AA cells. I placed a USB port, which will reduce motor speed but also let me use a smaller board.

The first port I added was a generic footprint, not a supported product, so I swapped it two times to get a usable one. I wanted to add screw terminals, but none of the options seemed like they were viable. After a couple of failed attempts with a barrel connector, I found usable screw terminals and added one for incoming power and one for the motor connection. I placed an order for five assembled boards.
PCB ready for assembly

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