06/07/2016 at 06:39 •
Happy to announce that Tit is up for sale. This is first small batch of 25 boards, so get one before the stock lasts.
INDIA: If you're form india, you can get it directly from our store with link below:
Price: Rs 499 + Shipping (Rs 20 to Rs 65 Depending on the destination)
REST of the World:
You may buy it from our Tindie Store with the link below:
Price: $9.47 including free shipping. The board is shipped with Registered EMS post, it will take 20 to 30 days to arrive
05/19/2016 at 03:43 •
I am found of naming boards after birds. Tit was named after the bird Willow Tit. Since I am not a native English speaker was not aware of the other meaning of the word Tit/Tits. Speaking to a friend, I realized what it means. I had done a google image search for the name, when finalizing it. Nothing else except the bird had popped up in the search results, because the search filters were on! Apologies for it.
I think I will rename it to Bee (after hummingbird bee); will have to change all the references in code, pages and even the name on the board. We have 100 PCBs made for it. Will putting a sticker help? What do you think about the whole thing?
05/07/2016 at 10:29 •
Did a test on all PWM channels! The code can be found on the tutorial page:
05/06/2016 at 03:59 •
The current Arduino toolchin (AVRGCC etc) does not support the new chip hence it was required to update it. However instead of updating the existing toolchain, we decided to use the new tool chain just for the board. The platform allows inclusion of tool-chain for a specific board. Picture below shows the setup that works on windows.
Similarly we did tests on Ubuntu 64 bit. We believe it would work on other linuxy/unixy machines.
The detailed steps can be found on the tutorial below.
We would need your help in testing this on other unix/linux machines and see if works. Also testing it on other versions of Arduino Software will be of great help. Please do comment if you've any concerns.