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Dic
06

The 86Duino Zero Runs Linux on x86

86Duino, 86Duino Zero, arduino, ethernet, i2c, ipc, Linux, microSD, PCIE, RTOS, SPI, Vortex86EX, x86, xISA Commenti disabilitati su The 86Duino Zero Runs Linux on x86 

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DM&P has been producing low-power, x86-based Vortex processors for the embedded market for over ten years. Now in a nod to the Arduino market they have released the 86Duino Zero, a low-cost Arduino Leonardo sized board powered by their latest 300 MHz SoC Vortex86EX Processor.

This is a fully static 32-bit x86 processor board compatible with Windows OS, Linux and most other popular 32-bit RTOS. It integrates a PCIE bus, DDR3, ROM controller, xISA, I2C, SPI, IPC (Internal Peripheral Controllers with DMA and interrupt timer/counter included). The 86Duino Zero’s ports include USB 2.0 host and device coastline ports, a 10/100 Ethernet port and a microSD slot on the bottom of the board. The Zero’s baseboard also provides a 7-12V power jack, a reset button and a PCIe expansion connector.

The Zero supplies 14 digital I/O pins, half of which can provide 32-bit resolution PWM outputs and six 11-bit analog input pins. Each standard I/O pin supplies 16 mA while the 3.3 V pins can supply up to 400 mA. Like the Intel Galileo development board announced several weeks ago the 86Duino Zero marries Intel architecture to the Arduino platform. Its $39 price tag makes it an attractive proposition. [via]

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Apr
24

Making the Mood Lamp Chat.

arduino, Bot, Chat, Electronics, ikea, inter process communication, ipc, Jabber, lamp, mood, PERL, PHP, Programming, socket, unix, XMPP Commenti disabilitati su Making the Mood Lamp Chat. 

I’ve been busy since I last spoke about my lamp.  I’ve added code to put the lamp into various modes – so far I’ve implemented modes for ‘white’ (needs some calibration), randomly changing colours, randomly fading in and out with random colours, and of course just off. Modes are changed by sending characters to the …


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