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Black Sun
 Post subject: Microcontroller Evaluation board for $30/ + ups
Posted: Thu Jun 17, 2004 3:08 am 
Anybody interested in envelope size eval board for ADuC812 from Analog Devices? It is fully functional. The 8bit processor is Intel architecture, external memory, downloader, two 12bit ADCs and DACs, simulator, compiler, debugger, and spare chips Revision E.
The kit price was over $100. I am fed up with Intel architecture, and switching to 16bits. rfguru68@hotmail.com


 
  
 
Guest
 Post subject: Re: Microcontroller Evaluation board for $30/ + ups
Posted: Tue Apr 05, 2005 8:28 pm 
Black Sun wrote:
Anybody interested in envelope size eval board for ADuC812 from Analog Devices? It is fully functional. The 8bit processor is Intel architecture, external memory, downloader, two 12bit ADCs and DACs, simulator, compiler, debugger, and spare chips Revision E.
The kit price was over $100. I am fed up with Intel architecture, and switching to 16bits. rfguru68@hotmail.com


  
 
multivibrator
 Post subject: Re: Microcontroller Evaluation board for $30/ + ups
Posted: Wed May 04, 2005 3:50 am 
it is gone. Donated and exchanged for lunch.
The ADI's ADC converters do not work under 1V input voltage.
Same experience?





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