Which 'ready to use' hardware is available?

Aug 13, 2011 at 6:56 PM

Hi,

this project sounds verry interesting to me.

Will you add a list of available hardware here as well?
So far I only found the FEZ Spider from GHI Electronics.

I would like to use it for digital and analog IO with an Ethernet connection to a Windows PC. But the FEZ Spider supports only 7x 10 Bit analog input. I would need at least 16x 12 Bit (better 16 Bit) with a bandwith of about 1 mega samples per second plus at least 24 digital in and outputs.

Can anyone tell me if this is possible, or will be in the near future?

Reinhard.

Coordinator
Aug 18, 2011 at 6:10 AM

Hi,

The .NET Gadgeteer community site at http://netmf.com/gadgeteer has a Product Showcase which catalogs the available Gadgeteer-compatible hardware.  The Fez Spider kit is the first to announce a ship date, and several other hardware manufacturers are building products for Gadgeteer.

Right now there aren't any mainboards which support that many analog inputs (or that resolution) but the hardware manufacturers are listening to customer requests and I'll pass this one along.

Thanks,

Kerry

Oct 7, 2011 at 6:12 PM

I am the final stage of testing my POE module. You can find some info here

http://www.tinyclr.com/forum/21/4187/

I will post more details and tutorials on my blog (http://www.breakcontinue.com/) later.

Question. Will the gadgeteer codeplex be open for module developers. I can use github, but it would be nice to keep everything in one place.

Thank you,

Valentin Ivanov

Coordinator
Oct 8, 2011 at 8:51 PM

Hi,

The POE module is very cool!  Great work :)

Yes, this Codeplex site is available for module developers.  Ping us when you're ready to check in and we'll get you set up as a developer on the project.

Thanks,
Kerry

Oct 13, 2011 at 8:48 AM

Thank you Kerry,

I am ready. I also have two new modules. Details on my blog.

Valentin