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A Cat! Relay, Four Knob or small display button?

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#1 tamhanna


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Posted 01 June 2015 - 06:44 PM

Hello Folks,

given that all my lab stuff is on its way to my den in Slovakia, I guess that its time to ask you guys for a vote.


I am hell-bent on making a hardware accessory for a process computer (wanted to do this for X years already), and am still committed to making the NetDuino Go my first victim as I really like the build quality of all the Walker products I handled so far (remind me of eastern military gear).


If Sir Walker does not decide that he does not want me here (all my posts are held in moderation), I wanted to ask you guys about your wishes. Which of these three options sounds the most appealing:


x) Four Knob board. Four High-Quality buttons imported from China and selected by my German employee for quality, attached to ONE port


x) Relay board. One relay with enough power capacity to power some, um, serious hardware


x) SMALL MONOCHROME display board. Think 1" or maximum 2" in size, and a monochrome high contrast OLED or a color LCD display artificially limited to monochrome.


Tamoggemon Holding k.s. has _lots_ of money in the bank, and is very unlikely to go away in the near or far future. I have been in and out of the embedded business for years, and have written four scientific books.


So, now we need to survive three more hurdles: a) Sir Walker must enable my posts, B) you guys must pick your favourite and c) the last bits of stuff need to make the trek from China.

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