2020-01-22 (W) ProjectHoneybee

My next step in the schematic process was to add an onboard LED as well as a potentiometer. I will add addressable LEDs soon, but a light, which doesn't rely on serial data, can be a valuable diagnostic tool. A variable input can also assist programming by allowing a programmer to control a variable inside active code instead of making a change and recompiling. This potentiometer may not be part of the final build.

I added four SAO ports so two will mount on the front, and two at the badge's edges and point off the side. No one asked me to add sound output, but I will make space for a piezo element, and run it from a pin capable of digital to analog conversion (DAC) if sound proves useful.
Schematic for ProjectHoneybee

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