[MinnowBoard] Lure Plans
chris at chrisbenson.com
Mon Aug 11 22:47:22 UTC 2014
Does the NIC Lure only come with a single PCIe-based gigabit Realtek
ethernet port, or will there be more than one?
How many Lures can be used simultaneously on a MAX?
Is the USB Hub Lure switched or unswitched?
Has CircuitCo considered creating a 'prototyping partner program' for early
adopters of specific Lures (like for people on this mailing list)?
Will it be possible to secure volume discounts on the MAX and its Lures
once production ramps up sufficiently?
Recognizing that Lures are still in prototyping right now, could you please
announce target availability dates for these Lures? For those of us with
significant dependencies on the proposed Lures, even an extremely tentative
'no-promises' date would be better than none at all.
On Mon, Aug 11, 2014 at 6:09 PM, David Anders <danders at circuitco.com> wrote:
> Greetings All,
> i'd like to share with everyone the proposed list of lures that will
> initially be available for the MinnowBoard Max. this list is currently just
> a proposed list and some of the names/features may change:
> *Cape Name* *Description* Calamari Lure Educational Moto Lure Dual
> motor support MiniDisplay Lure SPI based LCD with Touch RS-232 Lure rs-232
> with db-9 connector Generic Proto Lure standard prototype cap Power
> Supply Lure wide voltage range support Audio Lure new audio cape based
> on cirrus logic PWM Lure 32 PWM interfaces for LED/Servo Relay Lure 4
> generic gpio controlled relays CAN Bus Lure CAN Bus support RS-485 Lure RS-485
> interface support ADC Lure multiple ADC inputs SeaCat Lure mPCIE+mSATA Nic
> Lure Gigabit ethernet lure USB Hub Lure 4 port USB Hub Ika Lure Arduino
> Style Headers Jetsam single mPCIE Flotsam single mSATA
> feedback and/or suggestions are welcome!
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