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Release of the G30 Development Board!

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Posted 1yr ago
by John_ghielectroncs | Employee
Posted 1yr ago
by John_ghielectroncs | Employee
Today we are excited to announce the official release of the G30 Development Board. The G30 Development Board is the official development system from GHI Electronics for the G30 System on Chip. This development system exposes the various peripherals and interfaces that make it ideal for any .NET Micro Framework project. It is available to purchase today and will begin to ship next week.

The Software Development Kit (SDK) will get you started in no time. All you need is a PC with Visual Studio and the .NET Micro Framework SDK from Microsoft. You simply follow the steps listed here to get started in minutes. The system can be powered through USB or by connecting a power pack (not included).

G30 Development Board: https://www.ghielectronics.com/catalog/product/555
G30 System-on-Chip: https://www.ghielectronics.com/catalog/product/539
Reply #1 — Posted 1yr ago
by Gus_ghielectroncs | Employee
Reply #1 — Posted 1yr ago
by Gus_ghielectroncs | Employee
A good showcase on how to add Ethernet and displays to three very tiny G30.
Reply #2 — Posted 1yr ago
by Architect | Immortal | 176,996 exp
Reply #2 — Posted 1yr ago
by Architect | Immortal | 176,996 exp
Gus says:
A good showcase on how to add Ethernet and displays to three very tiny G30.

@Gus - Does it have 3 G30?
Reply #3 — Posted 1yr ago
by Mike | Superhuman | 82,265 exp
Reply #3 — Posted 1yr ago
by Mike | Superhuman | 82,265 exp
@Gus - The specifications for the board says no networking?
Reply #4 — Posted 1yr ago
by Architect | Immortal | 176,996 exp
Reply #4 — Posted 1yr ago
by Architect | Immortal | 176,996 exp
@Mike - The "question mark" clarifies that it is done through an external chip. But I agree I would put "Yes*" than "No".
Reply #5 — Posted 1yr ago
by Mike | Superhuman | 82,265 exp
Reply #5 — Posted 1yr ago
by Mike | Superhuman | 82,265 exp
Architect says:
@Mike - The "question mark" clarifies that it is done through an external chip. But I agree I would put "Yes*" than "No".



Cheesy Actually, the question mark confuses instead of clarifies. Smiley
Reply #6 — Posted 1yr ago
by Brett | Superhuman | 125,590 exp
Reply #6 — Posted 1yr ago
by Brett | Superhuman | 125,590 exp
Architect says:

Gus says:
A good showcase on how to add Ethernet and displays to three very tiny G30.
@Gus - Does it have 3 G30?
"three" is a swiped version of "the" so you should read it as:
Gus says:
A good showcase on how to add Ethernet and displays to the very tiny G30.
(surely you've been around here long enough to read Gus-speak? Smiley )
Reply #7 — Posted 1yr ago
by Gus_ghielectroncs | Employee
Reply #7 — Posted 1yr ago
by Gus_ghielectroncs | Employee
Yes, blame the autocorrect. The G30 not three! Smiley
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Reply #8 — Posted 1yr ago
by Architect | Immortal | 176,996 exp
Reply #8 — Posted 1yr ago
by Architect | Immortal | 176,996 exp
@Gus - Just messing with you.
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Reply #9 — Posted 1yr ago
by Architect | Immortal | 176,996 exp
Reply #9 — Posted 1yr ago
by Architect | Immortal | 176,996 exp
@Brett - Yep. I think there should be enough to publish a book. Wink

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