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In Topic: Debug Shieldbase

14 October 2012 - 05:54 AM

Hi SoundWave,

Are you using a USB-TTL cable? If you plug your TX wire into D0 and your RX wire into D1 and then your GND wire into one of the GND should be able to ping it from MFDeploy.


That's kind of what I was assuming from your other post but in doing exactly that I get no response so I'm starting to think the cable is shot.


In Topic: Evaluating the NGo

12 October 2012 - 06:55 AM

Actually, somewhere I saw that the hub is basically a main board but with a gobus port instead of USB and also a power jack. Has the hardware for the hub been layer out yet? If so is it possible to get the design to get a board or 2 made and I can make what features I need to support this until the official hub comes out? Then just use the main board to reflash it (assuming the hardware is still the same). I'd be willing to help in whatever way I can in developing the hub.

In Topic: Evaluating the NGo

12 October 2012 - 06:19 AM

Thanks for the quick reply! I don't really want to at this time divulge what the product is but I would like to use it in both prototype and production but while most of the time frame for those modules is easy for me to work with the one that isn't is the hub. I need to be able to support at a minimum of about 14 modules preferably up to about 25 but that's a later deal. My time frame is to have it running by the end of the year. Not necessarily with everything but still would need more than 8 modules running at a time to make sure it's even possible. I believe that the mainboard is powerful enough for what I need but running what I will be I'll probably get towards the upper end. I'm glad to hear that it should be possible to automate an entire update. So in total it sounds to me like everything I need is doable and within reach except the hub, the only other way I thought about doing it was just making my own communication between 2 mainboards but that's not really my ideal solution. I wish I knew a enough about the hardware to effectively make my own hub as the programming end what I don't know I'll figure out extremely quickly.

In Topic: The GoBus Upgrade

02 October 2012 - 07:10 PM

What's the expected time frame for the hub, when will it be available? I see you say that they'll be a part of GoBus 2.0 and realize that 1.5 just came out but was just wondering what the expected time frame is. Thanks, Chris

In Topic: Shield Base and GoBus 1.5 beta source

27 September 2012 - 12:56 AM

Thank you for the release of the source code. If I where to want to tinker in the code to play around with an idea I have how would I go about getting it onto the shieldbase? Next question is how would I go about updating both the NGo and the shieldbase from within a custom windows application. Is it possible to do that? I would like to be able to make an automated update for the mainboard and the shieldbase to use in an idea for a hardware/program combination I had. Thanks, Chris

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