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  1. I did receive mine as well, but right now all they have done is sat on my desk and make coworkers ask questions:). Hopefully one of these days I can put one together:)
  2. I have been out of the loop for a little bit, doing a little more "traveling", but certainly put me down for a few of these!
  3. Paid, sorry for the holdup, traveling again. Can you please ship to the Florida address in the Paypal email, not any North Carolina address that might be attached?
  4. Sure! Saves another small order and shipping charge...
  5. 1. Bluehash------------------2 (USA) 2. GeekDoc------------------6 (USA) 3. Rickta59------------------3 4. caa028--------------------3 5. zeke----------------------10 (Canada) 6. krzyk2--------------------10 (Poland) 7. Lars Norway .............4 (Norway) 8. GreenITguy...............3 (USA) 9. DanAndDusty ............2 (UK) 10. Jdownj......................2 (USA)
  6. Thanks! Damn I hate it when a perfectly good project is shot down by superior thinking;) I may continue the idea of an Ethernet dev board, but you guys have definitely provided a better solution to the problem at hand.
  7. @gordon, I currently implement that on my router, but my issue is that my router runs many services, and some have their own reasons for locking up. OpenWRT is stable... CUPS/Samba/Asterisk not so much... Because I am away from home often, and I access stuff on my network via VPN, I am really chasing brute reliability here. It is annoying to have to wait for an acceptable hour to call the neighbor to reboot the router/modem.
  8. I have been following the wifi booster project. I don't think much from that will apply, except for code. I am shooting for a total BOM less than that wifi module. I am not a coder, but I'm doing my best to learn. My plan for this board is: MCU/Ethernet Chip 802.3af PoE 2-3 GPIOs with transistor to drive relay. Other GPIOS available on header. I am aiming for a total BOM less than $20. If others are interested, I am certainly open to making kits or selling bare boards. Fair warning, SMD doesn't scare me;). Wiz5100 is 80-LQFP, and I will likely go QFN on the MCU. Most PoE chip
  9. I am banging something together to provide a hardware solution to a service problem. Due to unreliable connections, my cable modem drops offline every 24-36 hours, requiring a reboot. I want to build a device that will: -Connect via Ethernet. -Ping a known server every 5 mins. -If server is unreachable, pulse an output high, resetting the cable modem. I am thinking G2553/Wiznet 5100, but if anyone has any ideas on how to lower the BOM cost or explanations on why I need to reconsider that, please let me know. Currently I implement this functionality on my router(OpenWRT),
  10. Heh that's the best part of a trip to the sand... "Cuban" cigars at night...
  11. Bluehash, how does the shipping from you to us scale? One LCD is $3+1.8, but is 2 LCDs 6+1.8? Or at what point does shipping go up?
  12. Certainly, although some of us wouldn't mind an "unassembled" option or even bare PCB...
  13. Delivery confirmed... Holy Eff these things are tiny
  14. Oops... I'll Email later, can't get to gmail on work connection
  15. I would like 4 as well... Weather station project looks like fun:)
  16. That is closer to what I'm looking for... I'm working a project right now that is gonna want one of the real big boys with 2x hardware UARTs...
  17. That is the problem with TIs plan here.... The TSSOP and QFN boards that they sell are all great for a company that might have many engineers working many projects, but that damned ZIF socket is driving the price up bad... What we need is a QFN MSP430 soldered to a board and SBW and JTAG headers broken out, and two rows of female pin headers on the side... Program it with Launchpad, or any compatible JTAG programmer... We are talking about 5 bucks of PCB and 2-3 worth of passives, under $20 even with one of the really massive chips on it. Think Arduino size and style, although we don't want t
  18. What I would really like to see is an affordable eval board for the higher end of the 430 line...
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