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Digit-LS tested OK!

Yes, it passed! PARTY! BEER! PIZZA! Well, for us that is... Anyway, you guessed it, after intense testing we can conclude that the final version of Digit-LS is here! Which also means that you can get your hands on it. I can hear a lot of drilling and jackhammering in the office, I guess that's the guys building the webshop. Probably by the time you are reading this, the shop is open for business.

Over the coming weeks, I will document the examples I have made over the last few months, you may have read about some of these in earlier posts. As soon as an example is ready, I will put it up at the products page (documentation section). Will also put up drivers there. Oh, and in case you are looking for manuals, that's work in progress also. Don't worry, the info you need to know to get started, will hit the website before your order will hit your doorstep.

Well, that's it for now! your Insider will now go Outside, Off-side and Off-Limits! See you next week!

Testing 1-2-3...

Long time no write... Sorry for the radio silence, but Your Insider has been deep down in the basement lately.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 November 2009 22:29
To Display Or Not...

... to display, that's the question that kept your Insider off the blogs lately. Well, and a healthy dose of summer holidays I have to admit, but that's beside the point. So what's been going on lately, you ask.

Last Updated on Saturday, 24 October 2009 14:25
Electronics 102

So you did put all your inputs in tri-state mode and you double checked it? OK, let's connect something to those pins then. You want to connect a pushbutton and read from your Digit-LS if somebody is pushing it? Yeah, why not... So let's say you connect a pushbutton like the schematic below.

Last Updated on Monday, 20 July 2009 16:34
The final prototype?

Last week we received new prototypes for both the Digit-LS device and the MODRC extension board. We were hoping these would be final,so that mass production can be started while we focus on finalizing the Digit-LS firmware (anything else is pretty much ready by now). Always a tense moment, since fixing errors in PCBs and having new ones made typically has a three week turnaround time. Which is quite a delay in our development cycle.

Last Updated on Friday, 05 June 2009 22:20
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