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  1. Team #2: Staff • Adam Wozniak • Barry Gentz • Brad LaCount • Sean Murphy • Russ Diamond • BSEE • BSEE • BSEE • BSEE • BSEE

  2. Team #2: Expertise & Experience • Expertise: School Classes, Marketing/Selling Experience: Franchise Owner • Expertise: RF Comm, Design, Hazmat safety Experience: USMC • Expertise: School classes Experience: None • Expertise: Soldering, quality control, programming Experience: Military Aviation Electronics • Expertise: Testing, EMI, surface mount, six sigma Experience: JCI • Adam Wozniak • Barry Gentz • Brad LaCount • Sean Murphy • Russ Diamond

  3. Team #2: Contact Info • Adam Wozniak • Barry Gentz • Brad LaCount • Sean Murphy • Russ Diamond • Phone 1: 262-391-0375 Phone 2: Email: wozniaka@uwm.edu • Phone 1: 414-881-9884 Phone 2: Email: gentz.barry@gmail.com • Phone 1: 414-935-0421 Phone 2: Email: blacount@uwm.edu • Phone 1: 414-426-7865 Phone 2: Email: spmurphy@uwm.edu • Phone 1: 414-737-3018 Phone 2: 414-524-7460 Email: diamondr@uwm.edu

  4. Team #2: Weekly Availability Worksheet • Adam Wozniak • Barry Gentz • Brad LaCount • Sean Murphy • Russ Diamond • Time 1: T: Before 9:30am Time 2: T:2pm-6pm Time 3: R: Before 8am Time 4: R: 2pm-7pm • Time 1: TR: 8am-11am Time 2: MW: 11am-2pm Time 3: TR: 5:15-6:30pm Time 4: F: anytime • Time 1: M: 9am-12pm Time 2: T: 1-4pm Time 3: R: 1-4pm Time 4: F: anytime • Time 1: MW: after 3:30pm Time 2: F: after 6pm Time 3: R: 6-7pm Time 4: T: 5-6:30pm • Time 1: MW: after 5pm Time 2: MW: 11am-2pm Time 3: F: after 4pm Time 4: TR: after 4pm

  5. Team #2: Weekly Project Meeting Plan • Weekly Meeting 1: 3rd Fl Comp Lab, Tuesdays before class Sean, Everybody, work on Project • Weekly Meeting 2: 3rd Fl Comp Lab, Thursdays before class Sean, Everybody, work on Project Note: Meeting Owners Send Weekly Email Notices, Record Business-Issues-Actions, Keep Weekly Attendance Records

  6. Team #2: Total Resources • 500 Manhours • $500 or key part availability for material and prototyping • LPI-Sean • LSD-Russ • LPM-Adam • LRM-Brad • LMM-Barry

  7. Team #2: Decision Making • We will decide any decisions by majority vote

  8. Team #2: Project 1 • Project 1 is a remote control car, that can display battery life speed and direction, and can turn on the lights at the flip of a switch or if it gets dark. • The benefit to the user would be a better remote control car • There are similar types of products, however we are the only one that has all of these features. • Our product would fall under the consumer industry • Picture from http://www.rccaraction.com/

  9. Team #2: Project 1 Basic Block Diagram CPU for Controller Battery Speed Control Light Switch RF Trans / Rec Directional Control Display CPU for Car Power Source Controller Speed and Direction Indicator Lights Motor Photodiode

  10. Team #2: Project 2 • Our second project was a multi-player game that connects through a wireless connection to a main console and it can determine when you made a selection and what selection has been made. • This is a good project for us because we have good skills in hardware and programming

  11. Team #2: Project 2Basic Block Diagram

  12. Team #2: Project 3 • Our third project is a kinetic flashlight that doesn’t need batteries. Our features will be that it can also plug into the wall to charge it and it can be remote controlled to turn off and on. • This is a good project for us because we have good skills in hardware and programming

  13. Team #2: Project 3 Basic Block Diagram

  14. Our Recommendation • Project #1 • We chose project 1, because it matched well with our skills in hardware and programming. • We also thought it would be a very interesting project. This project meets our interest in communications, power supplies, digital media. • This project was unanimously selected by a majority vote.

  15. Our Recommendation • The major risks with this project is that it is too complex and we will not get parts of it done in time. • The other projects weren’t rejected as much as this project was chosen.

  16. Team #2: Project 1 • The remote control car has a two-way antenna that can transmit to and receive data from the car. • Control of the car will come from signals from the controller. • The car can turn its lights on and off manually, as well as if it gets dark enough. • The car will be able to tell us the speed and direction of where it is going, and the battery remaining.

  17. Team #2: Project 1Block Assignment PCB 1, power supply will be connected to each block User Input [1] Battery signal Digital CPU for Controller Brad [2] Display signal Signals Digital RF1 signal Digital Power Supply [3] Signal Input Barry [4] RF Trans / Rec Sean [5] Display [6] RF2 signal Digital Power supply signal Direction Indicator Digital CPU for Car Russ [7] Light signal Digital Speed and direction Digital Digital Power Source [8] Motor Control[9] Speed Indicator [10] Lights Adam [11] Direction Indicator [12] Direction Control [13] PCB 2, power supply will be connected to all blocks

  18. System - Std Reqs: Market & Business Case RequirementUnits to Specify • Traxxus, Tra5510 • $600 million, website • $200 • World-Wide • 6 yr. old to adult, boys • Home, toy • $80 / unit • $20 / unit • 6 million / yr • Competitors • Market Size • Average List Price • Market Geography • Market Demography • Intended Application • Material Cost • Manufacturing Cost • Annual Volume

  19. System - Std Reqs: Env & Safety RequirementUnits to Specify • 10-60 Co • 0-100% non-condensing • 0-3000 Meters • 0-100Co • 0-100% non-condensing • 0-3000 Meters • 1 year • IEC60601-1-2, EN55011, etc • IEC 950, UL2601, etc • Min Oper Temp Range • Min Oper Humidity Range • Min Oper Alt or Press Range • Min Storage Temp Range • Min Storage Humidity Range • Min Storage Alt or Press Range • Max Storage Duration • Primary EMC Standards • Primary Safety Standards

  20. System - Std Reqs: Power Interfaces RequirementUnits to Specify • Energy Source List • Source Connection List • Min Oper Voltage Range • Max Power Consumption • Max Energy Consumption • Battery (Nimh or Li Ion) • Temporary • 0-9.0 V and 0-12.0 V • 18.0 Watts Total • 4600 mAH Total

  21. System - Std Reqs: Mechanical RequirementUnits to Specify • 12,000 cm3 • 18,000 cm3 • 2 Kilograms • Tyco (e.g. IEC320, Nema, etc) • 5 • 100 cm2 Total • 50 G force • Max Volume • Shipping Container Size • Max Mass • Elec I/F Connector(s) • Max # of PC Bds • Max PCB Circuit Area • Max Shock

  22. System - Std Reqs: Mfg & Life Cycle RequirementUnits to Specify • 200 Total Parts • 100 Unique Parts • $80 (Parts+Mfg=Product Cost) • $20 (Parts+Mfg=Product Cost) • 3 yrs • 6 months • Dispose • Dispose or Repair • Max Parts Count • Max Unique Parts Count • Parts/Mat $ Allocation • Asm/Test $ Allocation • Product Life, Reliability • Full Warranty Period • Product Disposition • Service Strategy

  23. System – Perf Reqs: Power Input(s) RequirementDefinition • Nicd • 4000 mA-Hrs • Battery Chemistry • Battery Capacity

  24. System – Perf Reqs: Electrical Functions RequirementDefinition • Black and White Display • 20cm x 10cm • 1 meter • Lighted • LED Display • Display size • Max. Display Distance • Viewing Enviroment

  25. System – Perf Reqs: Electrical Interfaces Electrical Signal ReqDefinition • Speed, Lights, Direction, Controller • Lights, Direction, Battery Power • Bidirectional • Analog Signals • Digital Signals • Signal Direction

  26. System – Perf Reqs: Operator I/F Outputs RequirementDefinition • LED, Black and White • 7 segment LED • 7 Total Char/Row, 2 Total Rows • 20cm x 10cm • LED • Optical Indicators, Lights • Display Type • Display Char Matrix • Display Size • Display Illumination

  27. System – Perf Reqs: Operator I/F Inputs RequirementDefinition • Rotary, push-button, potentiometer • 60 dB • 1% • 80 • .25V • .005s • 300m • Switch Type • Min SNR • Max THD • Min Power Gain • Max Error Voltage • Max Delay • Min EM Transmission Distance

  28. System – Perf Reqs: Mech Interfaces / Safety RequirementDefinition • Male pin, female socket • .5 Amps • .01 s • 5 Amps • .01 s • 9 V • Connectors • Signal 1 Max Current Limit • Signal 1 Max Trip Time • Signal 2 Max Current Limit • Signal 2 Max Trip Time • Max Potential

  29. System – Perf Reqs: Modes of Operation RequirementDefinition • ON/OFF • None • Power Modes • Power Saving Modes