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Re: Third Hobby: Arduino!

Beitragvon heiko » 26 Jan 2011, 23:44

Oh yes please.
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Re: Third Hobby: Arduino!

Beitragvon Pacome » 28 Jan 2011, 23:53

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Re: Third Hobby: Arduino!

Beitragvon Pacome » 31 Jan 2011, 00:22

Bonsoir Rei_vilo,

Your posts about the Arduino contoller are so interresting that I want starting learning this amazing stuff

I found this starting kit : http://www.earthshineelectronics.com/11 ... r-kit.html

Do you think it's ok or do you know some better starting kit ?

Thanks and go on with your Arduino reviews on this Forum !
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Re: Third Hobby: Arduino!

Beitragvon Pacome » 31 Jan 2011, 13:39

Merci pour cette réponse très détaillée !
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Re: Third Hobby: Arduino!

Beitragvon vleeuwen » 04 Feb 2011, 12:52

For me it is not so clear what you are trying to compare.
The Arduino serie is a general purpose embedded development board aiming on the hobby market.
The TX-C is an complete embedded sytem including the firmware and hardware; dedicated and tuned for the fischertechnik functionality.
The TX-C is not an development board.

Development boards are being offered by a lot of microcontroller factories too.
For example: Microchip knows a big range from simple microcontroller development board up to 32bits high speed microcontrollers. With as general purpuse platform the Explorer 16 board, which also can deal with the 32 bits serie.
There exist also a development kit for the processor that has been used for the TX-C, the AT91SAM9260.

Would it not be better to compare the Arduino with this Atmel SAM9260 kit?
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