What is the expected availability for the SCM20260N, the G120 replacement? I have a design just now that is running TinyCLR1.0 on the G120 (no graphics or network) and I would like to know when I can consider porting over to the new module. If I get the expected order on this system, I would like to have one platform based on the same module and not swap this out at a later date. I also can’t seem to have TinyCLR1.0 running alongside 2.0 and I’d prefer not to have to use a second PC just to do support on it.
We should have samples next month
and I imagine the availabilty at mouser will come shortly after the 2.0 release
It is too early guys. Let’s make sure all is perfect and you are happy first
you’re right . don’t do like many large companies that release a product too early just because they need to show success stories to shareholders (having service and r&d suffering to get everything fixed after
Glad we have smart users that understand the value of longevity.
Any update on sample availability? I am interested in the SC20100S and the SC20260N. Our project using the G120 is generating a lot of interest but I would prefer to use the new modules going forward. Code is already done with TinyCLR1.0 so should port very easily to 2.0
We have everything except 100E and FEZ Stick. Those are for next month.
If you want to increase the speed of diffusion it would be appropriate to start putting some wiring diagrams by updating the links on the reference page SITCore Dev Boards
We are all looking forward to using the two new chips
Thanks and good work, keep it up !!
Website/docs getting updated as we speak
SCM 20260-N seems not available with Mouser nor Digikey.
Any other source. Please guide
Mouser shows new stock from 30th Jan. That’s only next week.
104 Expected 30-Jan-23
250 Expected 28-Jul-23
Ok . Thanks . Will the sttock be regular as we plan to use the same on regular basis
the gap between the stock seems to be much
The global part shortage put a crazy spin on availability but things are starting to ease up. Those dates are just estimates and most likely to get better.