The flight computer PCBs have been collected from Cambridge Circuit! As ever they’ve done a fantastic job. We had a quick tour of their facility when we collected these PCBs which was great to see. Thanks again Cambridge Circuit! The renderings of the PCB above were generated by GerbLook, click the link to check out the other layers.
All the orders have now been placed for the various electronic components for these PCBs (the bill of materials for one flight computer alone is around £150!). We also have stencils and stencilling jigs in-hand so soldering should take place next week, after which all that’s left is to write the firmware that will operate the avionics. This firmware is responsible for deciding when the moment is right to fire the various pyrotechnics and let the ground crew know what’s going on.