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  • Digilent chipKIT Max32 Arduino Compatible Microcontroller
    Fast, Inexpensive and worth it!
    Review by Alexander
    It was a great alternative to the Arduino DUE. Offers many io ports for large electronic projects, easy to use architecture and lots of memory and speed for shear number crunching!
    (Posted on 6/13/14)
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... Atom Pros/Arc32 - The old stuff Arduinos - I have tried it out on many different Arduino and Arduino compatible processors, including Mega, Due, Chipkit (Uno32, Max32). Teensy 3.1 - This is what I am currently playing with. Great little boards (http://www.pjrc.com/store/teensy31.html), also sold ...
2014-07-30 09:06 by kurte
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... I needed to make a few more fixes to the servo driver as it assumed one of my older shields which had an I2cEEPROM on it, as some of the boards (chipkit? Due?) did not have EEPROMS. So I now have it so I can configure it to use either. So far as I can tell, the driver appears to be working pretty ...
2014-04-22 18:54 by kurte
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... picked up any of them yet, other than the NUC. Would be interesting to try one, especially one that does not need special power supply stuff... Chipkit Max32/Uno32 - Nice boards, like Due not 5v tolerant. My main issue with them is their IDE MPIDE is stuck on Arduino 0023 compatibility (i.e. ...
2014-04-22 10:16 by kurte
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... any of the ADK boards. I do have some Atmega32u2/4 boards, including the Leonardo, plus the break out boards from Sparkfun, the Arduino Galileo, Chipkit Max32/Pic32, A few Propeller boards... If I put my birthday order in to RoboShop or Adafruit next month, I'll be getting an Arduino Yun, and ...
2014-04-22 02:02 by linuxguy
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... any of the ADK boards. I do have some Atmega32u2/4 boards, including the Leonardo, plus the break out boards from Sparkfun, the Arduino Galileo, Chipkit Max32/Pic32, A few Propeller boards... On the Linux front, I have 2 RPI, a BeagleBone Black (2nd one on order for new one with 4gb), an Odroid ...
2014-04-21 21:27 by kurte
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... Note there are other setups out there work with or like the Arduino, that have have lots of features as well. Things like the Teensy 3/3.1 Chipkit (UNO32/Max32) which are based on PIC32 processors. ... Personally I like the BeagleBone Black and am interested in seeing how the Arduino Tre ...
2014-04-21 17:34 by kurte
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That's true, still 8 bits. If the ChipKit had better support, it's PIC processor might be a good choice. What does your teensy have? I haven't looked at the Arm Cortex M3, I do have an old Spartan development kit. A lot to keep up with! But ...
2014-04-10 15:29 by KM6VV
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... as it did not add enough extra capabilities. At the time I think several of us were thinking of going to something more like the Due or the Chipkit. But that was before Lynxmotion became part of Robotshop. My guess is Robotshop as well as many others are also eying new platforms. The difficulty ...
2014-04-10 10:33 by kurte
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Sometimes I do modified brackets, sometimes I use double faced tape, other times it is semi loose. As for chipkit. You can download from: http://chipkit.net/started/ My issue is that they are still back at the Arduino 0023 build level. It was well over a year ago that they talked ...
2014-04-07 19:39 by kurte
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I also have chipkit (Max32 and Uno32). Could was working on those as well. Been a while since I tried them
2014-04-07 14:05 by kurte
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I've used the Mega boards in a table top 'bot, nice to have the extra interface pins. I also have ChipKit (PIC) boards, but the drivers were quite bad when they came out. Just ordered two Sparkfun boards for $9 each, same as UNO. The Seed boards sound interesting, but I ...
2014-04-07 13:39 by KM6VV
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... work on the Teensy 3.1. Although I have not tested it, the changes I made in this else clause is probably also needed for the Arduino Due and the Chipkit Pic32 processors. I updated my fork of Bill Porters PS2 library with these changes: https://github.com/KurtE/Arduino-PS2X Kurt
2014-03-29 14:33 by kurte
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... to get everything to fit. But when I go beyond BAPS, hard to say what to recommend. I am all over the place (Arduino, Arduino Mega, Due, Teensy, Chipkit Pic32, Linux boxes...). So the bright side is I have the code running on many different platforms
2014-02-28 19:09 by kurte
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... . I have at different times tried this out on: Botboarduino, Arduino Mega, Arbotix (Atmega 644p), Arduino Due, Chipkit Uno32/Max32 (pic32) and currently playing with it with a Teensy 3.1. Any of these processors can talk to the SSC-32. Also if you want more power, ...
2014-02-23 16:06 by kurte
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... code base running on just about everything Arduinoish (https://github.com/KurtE/Arduino_Phoenix_Parts) . This includes the Arduino, Megas, Due, Chipkit Pic32(Uno32/Max32). I have a version now running on a Teensy 3.1 (currently with Robotis AX-12 servos). I also have related code running on ...
2014-02-11 21:24 by BadMonty
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