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TOPIC: NEW BigPIC-5 + EasyARM + JTAG + MSP430 boards

Re: NEW BigPIC-5 + EasyARM + JTAG + MSP430 boards 7 years 9 months ago #15936

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Selling a lot of boards containing:

1- Mikroelektronika BIGPIC-5 dev board NEW
2- MCU module PIC18F8722 for BIGPIC-5 NEW
3- Mikroeleltronika EasyARM dev board NEW
4- MCU module LPC2148 for EasyARM NEW
5- JTAG compatible NLink NEW (chinese module)
6- MSP430 dev board from Texas Instruments NEW

http://cgi.ebay.fr/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie ... 324wt_1139

Re: NEW BigPIC-5+EasyARM+JTAG+MSP430 boards 7 years 9 months ago #9141

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I looked for a link to translate but didn't find one, and I cannot read french.

Re: NEW BigPIC-5+EasyARM+JTAG+MSP430 boards 7 years 9 months ago #9142

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On the webpage I right clicked the mouse and IE 8 offered to translate with Bing. Also Firefox has plugin's to translate.
Looks like everything is in 1 lot, so someone with a pocket full of money will have to bid on everything

Re: NEW BigPIC-5+EasyARM+JTAG+MSP430 boards 7 years 9 months ago #9138

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Hi,
yes everything is in one lot
if you need only parts of it, let me know with suggestions of prices, I may break the lot if needed.

Regards

Re: NEW BigPIC-5 + EasyARM + JTAG + MSP430 boards 7 years 9 months ago #9078

That's a fair chunk of gear!

I'm curious - What are you migrating to Octal?

Re: NEW BigPIC-5 + EasyARM + JTAG + MSP430 boards 7 years 9 months ago #9079

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Hi Graham,
I still keep my EasyPIC5 for most small PICs.
For my new job, we are working mainly with dsPIC33 for motor control.

And I'm personally starting some new projects using Cortex-M3 chips (STM32 mainly). Some of them will be published soon as open_hardware/open_software on a new website I'm setting up (delayed cause lack of free time).
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