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Reply #30 - 01/24/11 at 22:20:38

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Cool, thank you.
 
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Reply #31 - 02/03/11 at 08:07:57

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Sorry it took so long to post the image of the board.  Here it is:

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First Prototype Wiring S Boards by Rogue Robotics, on Flickr

The board lot will be built up over the next few days, and sent off to beta testers.


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Reply #32 - 02/05/11 at 16:14:31

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Hello,
           Looks like it is missing some ports.  What about port 4 and port 5?   Maybe i'm missing somthing?  Please let me know.

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Reply #33 - 02/05/11 at 18:59:57

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The Wiring S board uses an ATmega644P Atmel controller.  This will make the board more cost effective.

Some ATmega644P Specs:
  • 64KB of Flash
  • 4KB of SRAM
  • 2KB of EEPROM
  • 4 IO Ports
  • 8 ADC channels
  • 6 PWM channels
  • 3 hardware timers


Hernando and I are working on converting the core to work with the new boards.  The core will continue to work with the old boards as well.

The Wiring M board (in the works) will use the ATmega1281, with which you're more familiar.  It will have the same form factor, but have additional ports 4, 5 and 6.

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Reply #34 - 02/07/11 at 19:01:18

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B,
        I had not understood that you were use a different chip.  I really like the ATmrga128 series of chips.  So I assumed that you were using it.
        Will the new board cost about $25 like the Arduinos? 
        The Board looks really nice.  the color and masking top noch!

Thank you, Cool

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Reply #35 - 02/07/11 at 19:19:32

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The idea is to have a more affordable board to use.

I'm really happy with how they turned out.  We agreed that the black mask, which has been used on the older boards, should stay.

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Reply #36 - 02/07/11 at 19:49:09

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The Uno is $30 and that is with a processor that isn't as good so I think asking even $30 for the new wiring board is a bit of a squeeze.

Mind you, I don't know how much it's gonna be...

 

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