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Description: Here we will inform you about new or upcoming devices.
Created by tostmann on Mon 01 of Sep, 2008 [21:42 UTC]
Last modified Thu 10 of Feb, 2011 [05:22 UTC]
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4 channel S0-Interface

posted by tostmann on Sat 31 of Jan, 2009 [12:19 UTC]
The prototype of the 4 channel S0-Schnittstelle to ethernet device is ready for start writing firmware.
It fits into a DIN rail case and supports Power over Ethernet (PoE). Nevertheless you may power it with 230V directly.
A 1wire hosts is also available.
The perpendicular I2C feature connector lets you expand devices capabilities (like RS485-horizontal-devicelink or several display units)


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CC1101 - USB - Light module for 433MHz

posted by tostmann on Mon 15 of Sep, 2008 [14:26 UTC]
Due to the demand of the community we have decided to start prototyping a 433MHz version of the CUL module.
433MHz unfortunately requires some changes of moduls hardware, so just different firmware wont do.

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Remote - version 2

posted by tostmann on Sat 06 of Sep, 2008 [11:37 UTC]
Now, as the first CUR (CC1101-USB-Remote) prototype is built we have decided on the following changes:

  • The left and right jog keys will be removed, so the 5-way joystick is the only input device
  • a USB processor (instead of FTDI) with 64 or 128 kB program flash will do the work
  • MicroSD slot is gone - but 2MB data flash is fixed wired on board
  • an additional InfraRed? led will also allow you to control "normal" devices
  • an additional TSOP infrared sensor will enable you to record and replay, basically learn IR commands.
  • the battery charger will now also monitor batt-temperature and is able to charge either Li-Ion? or Polymer batteries.
  • Extra screws will hold the cover together
  • you may solder optional FPC connectors for ISP and JTAG connectivity

... up to next round!

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CC1101 - USB - Light module now in production

posted by tostmann on Mon 01 of Sep, 2008 [21:47 UTC]
The small 868MHz transceiver module based on TIs CC1101 with Atmel AT90USB162 processor and USB interface is now put into production.

We hope to able to ship it by 1st October.

You may pre-order it now in our webshop and receive a 5 euro bonus.

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