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#21 JerseyTechGuy

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Posted 03 May 2012 - 07:08 PM

Hi Dave,

We're waiting on the microchips right now. Once they arrive, about 3-4 weeks to manufacture and 1-2 weeks to get into distribution. Chips should be here soon. I'll keep you guys updated.

Chris


Thanks Chris! So in reality we're talking Q3 - 2012. This helps me plan a bit.

#22 EricMeyer

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Posted 03 May 2012 - 08:41 PM

Fabien Royer of Nwazet has managed to wire up a SD card for his touch screen demo app. He alludes to it here: http://fabienroyer.w...ng-out-sockets/

The software for the touch display includes the driver for this, so if you want to roll your own now you could.

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Posted 06 May 2012 - 01:21 PM

I will add that I would like to see an analog audio / synthesizer shield module. The shield would contain a few dedicated functions like a couple of voltage controlled oscillators (VCO's) and a couple voltage controlled filters (VCF's). Perhaps even this board could have connectors like the Go board to add additional functions. We would like to build custom guitar pedals and synthesizers. An NGO and board like this could be the great beginning of one of these projects.

#24 Jack Chidley

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Posted 24 May 2012 - 08:56 AM

Here's my building block wish list: • A micro GO board. Same size as the switch block and just 1 or 2 sockets, full Neduino chip. Ultra low cost, getting started stuff, single job board. Say monitor temperature and then report on it through Ethernet. • Usb to go!bus. Helps to program the micro GO board, other utility tasks. • Connector boards(s). 2, 4, 6 or more go!bus connectors. Think of it as a companion to the micro GO board. Micro GO board + the soon-to-be-released Ethernet module = nanode. connector board + Micro GO board = Netduino GO. Micro GO board + shieldbase = Neduino++. The possibilities are endless! Jack

#25 Jack Chidley

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Posted 24 May 2012 - 09:04 AM

Just thought of another one:

  • .net micro framework based prototyping board. go!bus on one side, usb (for programming), neduino chip and all the pins broken out to 0.1 pitch headers.

That would help electronic noobs like me - perhaps this is what the shield base is really for?

Jack

#26 neslekkim

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Posted 24 May 2012 - 01:04 PM

Just thought of another one:

  • .net micro framework based prototyping board. go!bus on one side, usb (for programming), neduino chip and all the pins broken out to 0.1 pitch headers.

That would help electronic noobs like me - perhaps this is what the shield base is really for?


You can run .net mf on the STM Discoveryboard, I couldn't find the link again,and I'm still waiting for my boards, but that would help a bit.
And with things like this:
http://www.proto-adv...IDC_Adapter.php
you can hook up your n!go to an breadboard for playing with the bus.

protoadvantage even have an service where you can order and adapter, on which they solder the chip of your choice, like this:
http://www.proto-adv...ucts_id=3100070
So you can stick an stm8 or something into your breadboard.
NOTE: That link is an random link I picked, but someone on the forum here did point to an correct one.

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Posted 24 May 2012 - 06:21 PM

You can run .net mf on the STM Discoveryboard, I couldn't find the link again,and I'm still waiting for my boards, but that would help a bit.
And with things like this:
http://www.proto-adv...IDC_Adapter.php
you can hook up your n!go to an breadboard for playing with the bus.

protoadvantage even have an service where you can order and adapter, on which they solder the chip of your choice, like this:
http://www.proto-adv...ucts_id=3100070
So you can stick an stm8 or something into your breadboard.
NOTE: That link is an random link I picked, but someone on the forum here did point to an correct one.


[ shameless-plug ]
Or you could just pick up one of these http://varlab.us/proto
[ /shameless-plug ]

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#28 neslekkim

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Posted 24 May 2012 - 09:24 PM

[ shameless-plug ]
Or you could just pick up one of these http://varlab.us/proto
[ /shameless-plug ]


I was trying to do that, and the shipping of one module cost the same as one module. :(

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#29 Arron Chapman

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Posted 25 May 2012 - 12:33 AM

I was trying to do that, and the shipping of one module cost the same as one module. :(


International shipping costs are estimated right now, PM me with your address, and I'll see what I can do.

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