Lots of things over at Tindie this week.
The Freematics ESP32 board comes in an Arduino form factor, but has an Xbee socket that you can stick a 3G SIM5360 module and another to allow you to connect one of their OBD ports.
A 7 port USB hub in a tiny package! This comes from the same Tindie store that has the 4 and 2 port hubs.
This is a good idea which allows you to quickly hack together a circuit without a breadboard.
This is a pretty cool board that will sense EMP caused by lightning. You can theoretically use it as a camera trigger so you can get some cool photos.
The MSP430 MCUs are fairly versatile based on a RISC core, and a fairly similar lineup to the STM32 and ATSAMs. This store has a couple of breakouts based on them.
CNC machines come in several styles. One style is to use 2 motors on a single belt to control the X and Y axis. It’s a cool idea and the best way to control them is using the Grbl CoreXY firmware running. This store has this firmware preloaded on an Arduino Zero for you.
Oh look! The Prudaq from Weekly Roundup #45 is on Tindie now!
The FTDI Hack is a breakout board for the FT231XQ IC, which is similar to SparkFun’s version, but cheaper.
There’s quite a few DSOs around. Here’s one you can build yourself based on a 50MHz PIC32. Has all the usual good stuff like; 1MHz single channel Oscilloscope, 4 channel logic analyzer, signal generator and frequency counter.
Oh look! The TrackIMU in last week’s roundup is on Tindie as well.
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