3D Model Case For Yaesu FH-2 Remote Control


After stumbling on yaesu's FH-2 I thought it would be a great addition to the shack. But I didnt feel the 135.00 plus tax and shipping was justified. With a quick search I stumbled upon the schematic for it. It looks for a cetain resistance with each button. Most which will require multiple resitors to achieve that value.


I have completed up a list for digikey (an electronics supplier) for all the parts you need minus the 3d printed parts. Below shows you the button, the total resistance value needed and the URL to buy the parts you need.


866
820 PURCHASE
47 PURCHASE


1330 1k2 PURCHASE
150 PURCHASE


1820 1k8 PURCHASE
22 PURCHASE


2490 2k2 PURCHASE
270 PURCHASE


5 3240 2k7 PURCHASE
560 PURCHASE


6 4120 3k9 PURCHASE
220 PURCHASE


7 5360 4k7 PURCHASE
680 PURCHASE


8 6810 6k8 PURCHASE
10 PURCHASE


9 8870 8k2 PURCHASE
680 PURCHASE


10 12000 12k PURCHASE


11 16900 15k PURCHASE
1k8 PURCHASE


12 25550 22k PURCHASE
3k3 PURCHASE


22n / .022 uf PURCHASE


I had the push buttons on hand via a Deal Extreme order. Yes you will have more than enough with this package but If you are like me you will use them all at some point. The Buttons can be found at http://www.dx.com/p/4-pin-push-tactile-switches-140-pcs-148065#.WrE_AWrwaHs


During the 1/2 way stage I took the following...forgive the blurryness..professional job?...no....but thats why they call us amateurs right?



You can download the 3d model files here to print off the case which is modeled below



A quick showcasing video to show its use...


To give you a size reference I took the following next to my hand...I tried looking for a ruler...alas 404 ruler not found.