Zedboard. LaunchPad Evaluation Ecosystem. Kytelabs. Wi-Fi for Everything. BU0836A 12-Bit Joystick Controller [BU0836A] - 24.99GBP : Leo Bodnar, Simulator Electronics. Terasic - Products - Cyclone V GX Starter Kit. The Cyclone V Starter Kit presents a robust hardware design platform built around the Altera Cyclone V GX FPGA, which is optimized for the lowest cost and power requirement for transceiver applications with industry-leading programmable logic for ultimate design flexibility.
With Cyclone V FPGAs, you can get the power, cost, and performance levels you need for high-volume applications including protocol bridging, motor control drives, broadcast video converter and capture cards, and handheld devices. The Cyclone V Starter Kit development board includes hardware such as Arduino Header, on-board USB Blaster, audio and video capabilities and much more. In addition, an on-board HSMC connector with high-speed transceivers allows for an even greater array of hardware setups. By leveraging all of these capabilities, the Cyclone V Starter Kit is the perfect solution for showcasing, evaluating, and prototyping the true potential of the Altera Cyclone V GX FPGA. Parallella-16 Pre-Order (October Delivery) - The Adapteva Shop.
Due to the demand, we cannot take additional pre-orders and will re-open the orders for Parallella boards in as soon as we can Register to get an update when availability changes The Parallella computer is a high performance single board computer developed by Adapteva that includes a dual-core ARM A9 CPU, a field programmable gate array (FPGA), and Adapteva's unique 16-core Epiphany coprocessor.
The board offers USB, Ethernet, and HDMI connectivity, making it a great standalone computer. The Parallella can also be used to build massively parallel computer clusters with minimal power consumption. Complete Parallella board specifications can be found at www.parallella.org/board. Specifications: Xilinx Zynq®-7000 All Programmable SoC (XC7Z010) with Dual Core ARM A9 CPUEpiphany III (16-core CPU Accelerator)1GB DDR3 SDRAM128Mb Quad-SPI flashEthernet 10/100/1000Micro HDMI connectionMicro SD Card SlotMicro USB 2.0 (two)Dimensions are 3.4'' x 2.1'' Optional Upgrades: Software Distribution: Support: The Next-Gen BeagleBone. You can now buy theBeagleBone Black What is the BeagleBone Black?
The BeagleBone Black, with a new colour for spring, offers higher performance, at a significantly lower cost, with the same amazing out of box experience. Whether operating as a standalone single board computer or in conjunction with other boards, the BeagleBone Black provides easy access to industry standard interfaces and a well-developed eco-system of software and tools.
Not only that, the original BeagleBone’s cape plug-in boards are also compatible with the BeagleBone Black, enabling easy integration with previous projects. Quantities are limited — Buy Now! The BeagleBone Black will begin to ship from late April. Want more information? Graphic is for illustrative purposes only. Visual Studio Gallery. Arduino plugin for Visual Studio extension. Sign in to write a review Sort by: Hi everyone, Now this is a great tool for debugging those tiny processors almost as good a the big ones. It needs some getting used to, but don't give up, in 30 minutes you will wonder how you ever debugged before looking at blinking leds to tell you what's going on. Just look at the how 2's on youtube. cheers and keep up the good work John I have been using Arduino IDE for ages, and it has served me well so far. Very nice product for an Arduino developer using Visual Studio.I should say: a must to have to be efficient.
It really worth the moneyAlex Awesome and very first class add-on, makes developing for Arduino seem more of a professional platform and less of a hobbyists toy. Outstanding! A very good replacement for the Arduino IDE (which is basically only a text editior). It would be really necessary to make this available for Libelium Waspmote. Excellent product and SUPER support! I've been using the plugin with VS2008 and have now upgraded to VS2012. Learning to Program the Arduino. This article should acquaint you with basic Arduino programming and show you how to write programs that interact with objects in the real world.
(A mandatory disclaimer: the last time I really studied electronics was way back in high school, so this article focuses more on the programming aspects, rather than the electronic side of things.) Physical Computing Before I start talking about this really cool thing called Arduino (Italian for "good friend"), let me say a few things about the fascinating subject of physical computing. Physical computing has been defined in various ways, but the central idea seems to be the same: physical computing is concerned with developing software that interacts with the world beyond the host computer through a combination of hardware and software—it's aware of the world, so to speak. Such awareness makes these applications capable of sensing external events and responding to them in a predefined way.
Actuators and Sensors Arduino Figure 1. Arduino IDE. .NET Micro Framework Platform SDK. The Microsoft® .NET Micro Framework is a powerful and flexible platform for rapidly creating embedded device firmware with Microsoft Visual Studio®.
You can now develop firmware for devices that are too constrained to run Microsoft Windows® CE and the .NET Compact Framework. With the .NET Micro Framework, you can use Visual Studio to write, test, and debug software on your hardware just as you would when developing software for the .NET Framework or the .NET Compact Framework. .NET Micro Framework brings essential benefits of the Microsoft .NET platform to devices that do not need the full functionality that is available in the .NET Framework and the .NET Compact Framework. Our target is devices that operate below the functionality range of those for which software developers typically use the .NET Compact Framework to develop embedded applications. The architecture of the .NET Micro Framework provides you with the tools necessary to develop your firmware as managed C# applications.
Tools. FEZ Panda II. Replacement: None.
We are no longer carrying the FEZ Panda II in our catalog. This page is for reference only. Description: The 72Mhz FEZ Panda II runs .NET Micro Framework, allowing users to program and debug FEZ Panda using Microsoft's free Visual C# Express. Applications are loaded over USB cable (or serial) with full featured debugging capabilities, such as stepping in code or inspecting variables. FEZ Panda II is an enhanced version of FEZ Panda with On-board microSD socket, Real Time Clock, and an easily accessible 40-pin female header that exposes the extra IOs. FEZ Panda II also includes JTAG access for those who wish to use their own firmware instead of NETMF. The FEZ Panda II includes a USB cable. Documents: Netduino. Robotics Developer Studio.
10 Ways to Destroy an Arduino : Application Note ANCP01. Use a sledgehammer, fire a bullet at it, throw it into a pool....that’s not what we’re talking about.
We’re going to show you how to electrically destroy your Arduino, though many of you seem to already know how to do that through unfortunate experience. You know what we mean....that funny smell, the scorch mark on a component, or the dreaded “programmer not in sync” error message -- all signs that you’ve just learned a lesson the hard way. Why are we doing this? If you own an Arduino, it’s good to know what is and what isn’t OK to do with it. We also want you to consider buying our Ruggeduino, which will survive all of the tortures described below.
Configure an I/O pin to be an output then set it high. Here is the path of current flow (the schematic is for the Arduino Uno, which can be found here): Ken Shirriff's blog. Pinguino, open source hardware electronics prototyping platform based on 8- and 32-bit PIC from Microchip. Home - GHI Electronics. Home - Gadgeteer. Projects. Open source electronic projects. Floss Manuals francophone - Lire. Microcontroller Central - Brian Carrigan - 24 More: Moving From Arduino to 32 Bits. Mobile Home Bloggers Messages Resources Tw | Fb | In | Rss Security Connectivity Low-Power Design User Interface Design OS and Dev Tools Brian Carrigan 24 More: Moving From Arduino to 32 Bits , Electrical Engineer, Picatinny Arsenal, US Army , 8/7/2012 Bio Email This Print Comment 18 comments So you just finished your most recent Arduino project and are hungry to build something new and impressive.
Enter the ARM Cortex M series of 32-bit microcontrollers. Using vendors' proprietary dev boards will feel more like using an Arduino. The most obvious thing you gain when moving up from Arduino is the power of a Cortex M. Though getting the Arduino up and running is simple, one major flaw is that it has no debug environment. Choosing the Cortex M series also gives you access to variety. All these advantages come with some downside, especially for hobbyists. This leads to the final disadvantage of moving to 32 bits: the time required to learn a new environment. What can a move to 32 bits do for you? Store - community and electronics. First Experiences with the new Netduino GO, and how it relates to .NET Gadgeteer.
I just received a bunch of packages from both Secret Labs and GHI Electronics. The Secret labs packages contained their brand new Netduino GO. The GHI package contained the FEZ Cerebus Starter kit I ordered. This post looks at the new Netduino GO and briefly compares it to the .NET Gadgeteer (Cerebus and others). I also build a couple simple example applications using the Netduino GO kit. The Hardware the hardware came in a number of classic Netduino Blue boxes, with each board and module inside packaged in quality ESD-proof bags. Disclosure: These bits were provided to me free, from Secret labs. Here are some photos of the packaging and modules. The downside to the packaging is you end up with a lot of blue boxes hanging around. The Netduino GO modules have their mounting holes on 5mm centers, just like the Gadgeteer. Top to bottom, left to right: The Netduino GO board came with a couple 10 wire cables, but the modules themselves did not.
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Please check back later when system loading has reduced and we have removed this restriction. Thank you for your patience. We suggest that you take this moment to register. You can register by using the link below. Access to the AVSIM site is free and it is very easy to join. Free software downloads. Headsoft - VJoy Virtual Joystick - Home. VJoy Virtual Joystick Driver - Home VJoy SDK If you want to use the VJoy Virtual Joystick drivers in your own application we have an SDK available. If you want to use the driver in a commercial environment please contact us. VJoy v1.2 2 Joysticks 8 Axes with a range of -32768 to 32767 32 Buttons 4 POV's Introduction VJoy Virtual Joystick is a software application and virtual driver system that allows keyboard input to be translated to joystick input. Features Signed drivers 64-bit support Key blocking (unfortunately doesn't work in Vista and Windows 7 due to changes in these OS's) System Requirements VJoy Virtual Joystick supports the following Operating Systems.
Windows 2000 Windows XP (x86 / x64) Windows Server 2008 (x86 / x64) Windows Vista (x86 / x64) Windows 7 (x86 / x64) Windows 8 (x86 / x64) Installation Run VJoySetup.exe to install VJoy. Figure 1. Figure 2. To configure VJoy double click on the joystick icon or right-click it and select Open. Figure 3. Configuration Figure 4. Enabled Exiting. Free software downloads. Headsoft - VJoy Virtual Joystick - Home. Free software downloads. Windows Driver Frameworks (WDF)