We are excited to present Cerb40 II, which replaces the original Cerb40. The new revision includes a 3.3 V regulator and the 32 kHz RTC crystal on-board. This allows developers to plug a USB cable in and begin programming without adding any additional circuitry!
Need more excitement? Check out our new WiFi RN171 Module. This is not your typical WiFi module. It broadcasts its own standard access point, allowing for WiFi devices to connect to it (such as smart phones, Android tablets and Microsoft’s Surface, among others). Things get even better because it’s not AdHoc, which can be problematic on mobile platforms. Possible applications include controlling a robot from a phone or reading sensor data on a tablet. Module driver already includes a HTTP server to aid developers in hosting webpages right on the device.
We’ve also added other modules, such as the Radio FM1 Module, Accel G248, Power Extender Module, and many more. Our new Latest Products RSS feed is an excellent resource to help you keep track of new releases. They are also listed on the catalog’s home page.
As for File System related products, ALFAT USB is now available to extend ALFAT’s family and replace uALFAT-USB. This brings USB storage with a Microsoft-licensed Long File Name support to any product with SPI, UART or I2C bus.
To end excitement at an all time high, the Spring Sale is going on. The sale won’t last very long, so get your order in before it’s too late!