Here is the product of about three days of work:
|The schematic. Ain't it pretty? I taught my protégé the fine art of mitering everything so that it looks professional. Ignore the crossed wires though...|
|Here's the board. The huge traces are because it's rated for automotive things -- 15A pumps, 15A fans, etc. The big rectangular blocks at the sides are kickass solderable lug terminals. The connector at the bottom is a 35-pin right angle ampseal connector.|
Actual board pictures are forthcoming once I get off my butt and take them. The amount of solder I laid on the traces is amusingly stupendous.
Here are the pictures:
|The copper side of the board. Look at those huge blobs of solder! The flywires are some conduction paths that wouldn't fit on the board. The rectangular bits poking out on the right are the lug slots.|
|Topside. Looks pretty neat...|
|Tall, dark, and handsome. Enjoys long walks on the beach and switching motor loads.|