GAPUINO Combo Kit
Mash together the biggest buzz words in microprocessors and out comes the GAP8 IoT Application Processor by GreenWaves Technologies. Multi-core RISC-V? Eight in fact. Low-power? Yup. AI processing capable? You bet. Arduino compatible? You're getting greedy but yes! For our US customers, save a bundle on shipping for this bleeding edge combo kit that includes a QVGA camera and a sensor card.
LoStik is Closing
There is just about a day to lock in the LoStik LoRa/LoRaWAN USB stick by Ronoth. They are offering a solid group buy discount for this novel and plug-and-play system to quickly add LoRa/LoRaWAN wireless capability to any computer.
Solar Charge Controller
Do you like the sun? DENRYO does, and that’s why they are bringing the SolarAmpB to the global stage. This credit card sized wonder revolutionized the Japanese solar market with its simplicity, size, and reliability. Building your own solar setup is now as simple as connecting three sets of wires to the controller. Want to cut your power bill? DENRYO! Want to live off the grid? DENRYO! Want to get the amazing SolarAmpB at an affordable price? GROUPGETS!
J&J Studios is back on GroupGets with their new trio of datum boards. The datum-Distance, datum-IMU, and datum-Light are all built around the Atmel SAMD21G18 microcontroller from the Arduino Zero, and provide the simplest and easiest to use sensors for your next project. All three sensors present information on a JSON formatted packet, and can be customized using URI style commands from a terminal program. These sensors truly shine thanks to their versatility in units and conditions when collecting data.
LoFive R1 Has Left the Building
Never thought we'd see the day where one email mentions two different RISC-V products but here we are. The LoFive R1 by @QwertyEmbedded has now shipped to every backer. We've also shipped a big batch to Digi-Key in case you missed the special group buy price (and bragging rights). We're glad to have been able to help Qwerty get some recognition for his work by DK. Welcome to the bigs, Qwerty!
The micro USB port on the PTmini had to go. It was a chrome-plated wart the size of the chin on an iMac. Many of you wanted to do direct-wire or use a lower-profile connector and we listened. Think we're done innovating with Lepton yet? Not a chance.