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How many Development kits do you have?

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I have:

1. Launchpad

2. EZ430-RF2500

3. CBC-EVAL-08 EnerChip EH Solar Energy Harvesting Evaluation Kit

4. TI C2000 Concerto

5. TI TMS320F28335 daughtercard

6. TI Picollo USB kit

7. STM32F4 Cortex Discovery Kit

8. LM3S3768 CAN bus kit(helped me rev enginner my Mazda3 OBD command set)

 

What do you guys have?

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TI stuff...


  • [*:1nue96lf]MSP-EXP430G2 (Launchpad)
    [*:1nue96lf]EZ430-RF2500
    [*:1nue96lf]EZ430-RF2500T (extra target boards)
    [*:1nue96lf]EZ430-F2013
    [*:1nue96lf]EZ430-T2012 (2012 target boards for EZ430-F2013 dongle)
    [*:1nue96lf]ez430-Chronos-433
    [*:1nue96lf]ez430-Chronos-915
    [*:1nue96lf]MSP-EXP430FR5739
    [*:1nue96lf]TMDX28069USB (Piccolo controlSTICK)

Boosters


  • [*:1nue96lf]430BOOST-SENSE1
    [*:1nue96lf]My LCD booster
    [*:1nue96lf]voodoofish's IO booster
    [*:1nue96lf]gordon's IR booster

Non TI stuff...


  • [*:1nue96lf]STM32F4DISCOVERY
    [*:1nue96lf]LSDEV-ZP01-A10 (LS Research ProFLEX 2.4GHz Dev Kit)
    [*:1nue96lf]My MSP430F5529 Dev board (2 Rev1 1 Rev2)
    [*:1nue96lf]Raspberri Pi [on order]

 

That's all I can think of off the top of my head... I've got an arduino board that I have yet to put together, not really counting that since all I have is the board, hehe.

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Aaaand how many of those you haven't even unwrapped...? :mrgreen:

:think: Most of them. The old dilemma: You have either time or money, never both at once.

 

*duinos:

 

Duemillanove

Seeeduino

USBNoobie (3)

Netduino

leaf maple

Chipkit Uno

Chipkit MAX

 

STMs

 

STM8L Discovery

STM8S Discovey (2)

STM32L Discovery

STM32VL Discovery (3)

STM32F4 Discovery (3)

STM32F0 Discovery (2)

STM32F3 Discovery (2)

iFlat32 (2)

 

PICs:

 

USB Bitwhacker

USB32 Bitwhacker

PIC Web

PIC32 MX

Web platform

Microstck

PIC USB 4550

PIC18 board China

 

MSP430s

 

Launchpad (4)

Fraunchpad (2)

Chronos 433

F149 board Itead (2)

F449 China

MOD EKG

MOD Pulse

H2274

H2618

100 Pin ZIF target board with 2 msp430F5xx (ebay 40

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Wow... That's alot.Did you try out the beaglebone.

Well...I did try to try it, half a saturday wasted. But I've been digging out some documentation about 'bonescript', don't know if this is good for more than blinking LEDs.

 

And still the Raspberry Pi is itching me. :)

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Launchpad, Fraunchpad, some low cost STM32 kit they were giving away at Embedded World last year and some BeagleBoards ... oh yeah, and a D-Link DIR-300, still wrapped, which is supposed to be my uClinux playground.

 

BeagleBone looks really tempting, although it has no NAND, but I just don't have the time. And the Raspberry Pi, of course! But most of all, I want a PandaBoard ... and the time to play with it :D

 

Cheers

TomKraut

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and a D-Link DIR-300, still wrapped, which is supposed to be my uClinux playground.

(side track: uC? What on Earth could possibly make you want to run uClinux on something that can run the proper one?)

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My mistake... I should have said openwrt, but I keep using the term uClinux whenever I think about Linux on routers, even though there is no more uClinux, since they integrated MMU-less support into the mainline kernel.

 

Now, back to topic! ;)

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I got DDWRT on an E2100L... It's easy and nice... Why have you not done this?!?! :mrgreen:

 

Of course, this begs the question: What makes something a dev kit?

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* two CY8CKIT-050 (PSoC5 DevKit)

* a CY8CKIT-001 (PSOC5/3/1 DevKit)

* STM32F4 discovery kit

* STM32LVDiscovery kit

* EK-LM3S8962 (CAN+Ethernet)

* a ezChronos watch

* some LaunchPads

* ChipKit32 Max

* EFM32 gecko STK

* EZ430-F2013

* F28069 Piccolo controlSTICK

* a mbed

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@hlipka... Would you prefer the cloud computing for mbed or one on your desktop.

It's a difficult question. I really liked the quick startup of the cloud solution - it took about 30 seconds to get every thing up and running. And I still like it when just doing a quick experiment or test. But when you build a more complex software, maybe build of multiple modules, having more control is really fine. Fortunately they now support downloading all your stuff to your machine, so I can build with CodeSourcery. best of both worlds :)

(and they now also support version control in the cloud, which makes many things easier).

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I used to have:


  • 5 MSP430 Launchpads
    1 Capacitive sense booster pack
    2 Ez430 USB Development sticks
    1 renesas v850 starter kit
    1 Chronos Watch
    1 LPC Expresso
    2 Parallax Propeller Dev kits
    1 PICAXE Dev kit
    1 Arduino-like dev kit
    1 LCD from 4D systems
    I might of had the STM32 Discovery...
     

 

The above items are gone now, but thanks to this wonderful community, You got me back on my feet within days. And i still can't thank you enough.

 


  • 5 Launchpads
    1 Capacitive sense booster pack
    1 Ez430 USB Stick
    1 Freescale sensor kit
    1 STM32 Discovery
    1 MAXADClite
    1 MSP430F5510STK, OLIMEXINO-5510, and OLIMEXINO-STM32 - Olimex work.

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my current toys:

 

1 broken Launchpad v1.4

3 Launchpad v1.5

2 Stellaris Launchpad

2 free Ez430 USB Stick

1 MSP430-T5510

1 OLIMEXINO-5510

1 Arduino Duemilanove

1 Mega328 Header Kit

1 Sanguino

 

I'm quite exited about finally getting my Raspberry Pi:

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hmmm...

 

* Arduino Mega ADK

* Bobuino ATmega1284P original (loaded with peripherals, SD card, RTC, RS232 level shifter, etc)

* 2x Bobuino Duemilanove-style DIY-solder ATmega1284P board

* 3x TI LaunchPads (one in permanent service as a base station for my Grill Monitor)

* Fraunchpad

* Stellaris LaunchPad

* Renesas RX demo board (YRDKRX62N)

* An old Basic Stamp at the bottom of my parts bin that I never touch

 

Also for tools... Olimex AVR-ISP500 programmer, FTDI cable 5V and 3V3 (permanently attached to Grill Monitor base station), recent addition MSP-FET430UIF now running V3 firmware.

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I have two Launchpads, one BBB (Arduino cloneish), three RBBBs (smaller of the same), a Diovolino (only Arduino clone I have that accepts shields) two self-made Atmel Attiny85(and other 8DIP) dev boards, a basic-II stamp, a propellor (in Arduinoish shape), and a Raspberry.

Mostly I use the Attiny boards for anything involving PWM as they have a very nice timer and can cough up 40ma/pin. Non-PWM stuff or early debugging I use one (or more) of the Arduino clones for the serial out (no uart on the attiny85).

For more "fun" oriented stuff I use the Launchpad, it has some features that the Atmel chips lack that I really like. On the other hand, 6ma isn't much compared to 40! Overall I think it's my favorite, largely due to the built in buttons and sense-making pin assignments.

 

The Propellor, basic stamp and Raspberry I haven't done much with.

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2 Stellaris LP's (2 more on the way)

8 or so LP's - although several are in various projects/toys around the house

Freetronics LeoStick - only played with that one a bit - but it's pretty slick - RGB on board, piezo, etc.

Renesas kits (A couple of the smaller ones and one of the big RX boards)

STM32 - not sure which - one of their free boards

 

All of the TI kits were purchased, the others were free.

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