BridgerSoc - PSoC1 Standalone/Arduino Shield

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BridgerSoc - PSoC1 Standalone/Arduino Shield

Postby moxbox » Sun Jul 21, 2013 10:54 am

PatternAgents announces the BridgerSoc :
http://www.patternagents.com/projects/BridgerSoc.html

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BridgerSoc lets you control (or monitor) switches, relays, lights, LEDs, LED string lights, stepper motors, and more! BridgerSoc (System-On-Chip) can directly control sixteen (16) high power darlington outputs, based on analog/digital inputs, such as sensors, switches, or potentiometers - simple to use for your projects, with no programming required. BridgerSoc works with the Pioneer P4 board, or any Arduino CPU as a shield, but it doesn't need one to work standalone.

BridgerSoc has sixteen (16) programmable digital blocks, and twelve (12) progammable analog blocks that come pre-programmed for a variety of uses, so it is ready to use right out of the box. It also includes a Command Line Interface (CLI) that gives you the ability to control it right from a terminal or the programming language of your choice, making it very easy to get started.

Using a set of configuration jumpers, you can interface to the BridgerSoc using simple switches or sensors, so anyone can use it without having to learn how to program. If you want to control Bridger from a program you can use the UART (CLI), I2C/Two-Wire Bus, or the SPI interface - giving you the maximum flexibility to configure your other shields without I/O conflicts.

BridgerSoc is in pre-production and will be available for purchase soon. If you are interested in getting on our Beta Test, or Product Pre-Release list, please use our Contact Form to send us an email. We're always happy to support early adoptors.
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