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New stm32f427 based netmf board


#1

http://www.tinyclr.it/in-esclusiva-per-tinyclrit-un’anteprima-del-primo-modulo-net-micro-framework-con-co-microcontrollore-dedicato.aspx

Edit Fixed url


#2

Bad URL. Here is correct: http://www.tinyclr.it/in-esclusiva-per-tinyclrit-un’anteprima-del-primo-modulo-net-micro-framework-con-co-microcontrollore-dedicato.aspx


#3

Well, I can’t read most of it but do I understand that it has both a STM32F427 and a PSOC5? That should make a pretty powerful SOM!


#4

Yes and yes. I guess Lorenzo will soon post something in English.

Cuno


#5

Love the tralslate option in Chrome. Runs on Oberon’s Prime port.


#6

For some reason Chrome doesn’t ask me to translate that site. It does most and usually works very well.


#7

Didn’t try on PC but worked on my OnePlus One.


#8

That Psoc chip looks incredibly flexible. I wonder what they were building that needed it.
http://video.cypress.com/video-library/video/Corporate/PSoC-Enabling-a-Smarter-Future/3817437782001


#9

PSoC (1,4,5) are the worlds best in configurable Analog, some of best specs for onchip ADC.

It will be interesting to implement a Analog (or Digital) function on the PSoC and then access
it from a NETMF application.

The Gadgeteer team already has an example of building a module using PSoC.

Lorenzo, please let us know more.


#10

BTW

Happy Birthday! Lorenzo!


#11

Hi everybody.

We just re-posted our latest blog post about brand new SO-DIMM bi-microcontroller .NETMF-based module, this time in english :slight_smile:

You can find it at following address:

http://www.tinyclr.it/first-preview-of-net-micro-framework-so_dimm-module-with-on-board-“sideshow”-co-microcontroller.aspx

Enjoy!


#12

Molto bene!

Do you have any photos or dimensions of the reference carrier board?


#13

Yes, you can take a look to this image, were sizes are in millimeters: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/7414592/TinyCLR.it/Misc/SODIMM/BaseBoardLayout.png