Mmmm they look so purdy :)
Doing some continuity checks before I begin soldering and risk blowing components up
Most parts are on, save the I2C resistors and the heat sinks. Time to program the microcontroller:
Let’s hook up the scope to see what our I2C signals look like.
Holy moly they’re awful with the ATMega328’s built-in pullup resistors. Fortunately I left spots on the PCB to add my own. I ended up with 2.2k ohms. Nice edge transition, not too much current.
Now the hard part… running the damn wires through the walls. I’ll update later on.