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Re: The Igore2 Craze!!

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  • drew_alley
    Nick, Please put me down for 1x IgORE PCB 1x Wisp628 Programmer PCB 1x Wisp628 Programmer parts Thanks, Andrew ... 10 ... orders. ... from ... easier for ...
    Message 1 of 15 , May 1 6:27 AM
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      Nick,

      Please put me down for

      1x IgORE PCB
      1x Wisp628 Programmer PCB
      1x Wisp628 Programmer parts

      Thanks,
      Andrew


      --- In ORE_bits@yahoogroups.com, Nick Cogghe <ncogghe@k...> wrote:
      > Greetings All!
      >
      > The work on the Igore2 board is finished, and prices have been
      > calculated.
      >
      > IgORE2 PCB - $30 (If we can get at least 6 PCBs ordered)
      >
      > IgORE2 Parts - $50 (Sorry folks, no donations this time)
      >
      >
      > Wisp628 Programmer PCB - $8.50 (If we can get atleast 6 PCBs
      > ordered)
      >
      > Wisp628 Programmer Parts - $20
      >
      > With the parts pricing, I assumed that we could get at least
      10
      > orders of each parts kit.(Hmm... maybe I should have assumed 6
      > orders of each parts kit, sounds like a hotdog & hotdog bun
      > conspiracy) Prices may vary a little depending on the number of
      orders.
      >
      > The parts package for each board does not include any of the
      > chips that can be sampled. If people have a problem sampling chips
      from
      > some companies ask me, as I may have some extra chips, but these are
      > _very_ limited. I will post a list of links to chips that need to be
      > sampled for each board in a few days.
      >
      >
      >
      > WISP628 BOARD:
      > This board is a programmer defined on this web site :
      >
      > http://www.voti.nl/wisp628
      >
      > This programmer board can program PICs that DO_NOT have a
      > bootloader on them to begin with. This should make things a lot
      easier for
      > us when trying to flash our new chips, without removing them from
      our
      > boards. (Or harassing Aaron >=)
      >
      > This board can also be easily incorperated into other projects
      by
      > adding the 8pin connector, and a couple of components. Very simple
      and
      > useful!
      >
      > The pcb, schematic are currently online at :
      >
      > users.kent.net/~ncogghe/prototype/wisp628-routed.zip
      >
      >
      >
      >
      > IgORE2 BOARD:
      > This is the new revised edition of our origional IgORE board,
      with
      > a smaller foot print for the microcontroller, while utilizing the
      I2C bus
      > for peripheral chips. This board will still fit inside the mini-sumo
      size
      > constraints, but has plenty of power for larger robot platforms.
      >
      > The pcb, schematic are currently online at :
      >
      > users.kent.net/~ncogghe/prototype/igore2-routed.zip
      >
      >
      >
      >
      > These people mentioned before if they wanyted the IgORE2 PCB,
      > if you still do, please speak up:
      >
      > IgORE 2 Purchasing List
      >
      > Attila 2
      > George T 2
      > Allen M 2
      > Ken 2
      >
      > Now, if anyone else is interested in purchasing either the
      WISP628
      > programmer PCB and/or parts kit, or the IgORE2 PCB and/or parts kit,
      > please speak now, or be doomed to kick yourself later. >=)
      >
      > I would like to get the orders out by the middle of next month
      at
      > the latest.
      >
      > If there is anything that I have forgotten, or any questions
      that
      > anyone has, please feel free to ask.
      >
      > Nick Cogghe
    • bernard_suzie
      Hi Nick, I would like to order a Igore2 programmer kit: 1x Wisp628 Programmer 1x Wisp628 Programmer Parts Merci, Bernard ... 10 ... orders. ... from ... easier
      Message 2 of 15 , May 12 8:09 PM
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        Hi Nick,

        I would like to order a Igore2 programmer kit:

        1x Wisp628 Programmer
        1x Wisp628 Programmer Parts

        Merci,
        Bernard


        --- In ORE_bits@yahoogroups.com, Nick Cogghe <ncogghe@k...> wrote:
        > Greetings All!
        >
        > The work on the Igore2 board is finished, and prices have been
        > calculated.
        >
        > IgORE2 PCB - $30 (If we can get at least 6 PCBs ordered)
        >
        > IgORE2 Parts - $50 (Sorry folks, no donations this time)
        >
        >
        > Wisp628 Programmer PCB - $8.50 (If we can get atleast 6 PCBs
        > ordered)
        >
        > Wisp628 Programmer Parts - $20
        >
        > With the parts pricing, I assumed that we could get at least
        10
        > orders of each parts kit.(Hmm... maybe I should have assumed 6
        > orders of each parts kit, sounds like a hotdog & hotdog bun
        > conspiracy) Prices may vary a little depending on the number of
        orders.
        >
        > The parts package for each board does not include any of the
        > chips that can be sampled. If people have a problem sampling chips
        from
        > some companies ask me, as I may have some extra chips, but these are
        > _very_ limited. I will post a list of links to chips that need to be
        > sampled for each board in a few days.
        >
        >
        >
        > WISP628 BOARD:
        > This board is a programmer defined on this web site :
        >
        > http://www.voti.nl/wisp628
        >
        > This programmer board can program PICs that DO_NOT have a
        > bootloader on them to begin with. This should make things a lot
        easier for
        > us when trying to flash our new chips, without removing them from
        our
        > boards. (Or harassing Aaron >=)
        >
        > This board can also be easily incorperated into other
        projects by
        > adding the 8pin connector, and a couple of components. Very simple
        and
        > useful!
        >
        > The pcb, schematic are currently online at :
        >
        > users.kent.net/~ncogghe/prototype/wisp628-routed.zip
        >
        >
        >
        >
        > IgORE2 BOARD:
        > This is the new revised edition of our origional IgORE board,
        with
        > a smaller foot print for the microcontroller, while utilizing the
        I2C bus
        > for peripheral chips. This board will still fit inside the mini-
        sumo size
        > constraints, but has plenty of power for larger robot platforms.
        >
        > The pcb, schematic are currently online at :
        >
        > users.kent.net/~ncogghe/prototype/igore2-routed.zip
        >
        >
        >
        >
        > These people mentioned before if they wanyted the IgORE2 PCB,
        > if you still do, please speak up:
        >
        > IgORE 2 Purchasing List
        >
        > Attila 2
        > George T 2
        > Allen M 2
        > Ken 2
        >
        > Now, if anyone else is interested in purchasing either the
        WISP628
        > programmer PCB and/or parts kit, or the IgORE2 PCB and/or parts kit,
        > please speak now, or be doomed to kick yourself later. >=)
        >
        > I would like to get the orders out by the middle of next
        month at
        > the latest.
        >
        > If there is anything that I have forgotten, or any questions
        that
        > anyone has, please feel free to ask.
        >
        > Nick Cogghe
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