miniUSB Programmer and Proto Nest now available!

Posted by openPicus | On: Feb 07 2012


Here is an interesting news for all Flyport enthusiasts: we have a Proto Nest expansion board and a universal miniUSB programmer!

Let’s discover the 2 products:

Proto Nest: speed up your prototypes!

Proto Nest is a general purpose prototype board compatible with all Flyport modules. The 6 ways PROG connector fits the MINIUSB PROGRAMMER to download firmware to the Flyport modules.

There’s a 50*50mm Prototype area where you can develop your circuits and the cool thing is that this board fits the Nest Box (Hammond 1593XBK) in black ABS: your prototypes are ready for a plastic enclosure!

Proto Nest Specifications:
J1, J2 compatible with Flyport Modules (Wi-Fi or Ethernet)
5V DC input
6 ways PROG connector
Optional RJ45 connector
131*57mm

miniUSB Programmer: 9 Euro to start development with Flyport modules! miniUSB Programmer is suitable for firmware download to Flyport modules on Nest boards.

Signals on 6 ways PROG connector are:
1. 5V output
2. NC
3. GND
4. UART RX
5. UART TX
6. RESET

How the stuff works

Flyport WiFi on ProtoNest with miniUSB programmer



Flyport Ethernet on ProtoNest with miniUSB programmer

Be the first! These products are available to buy from our STORE or through our resellers

6 Comments

  1. Charudatt says:

    So when is the Flyport Ethernet rolling out.

  2. Claudio says:

    Flyport Ethernet is ready for shipment, but the IDE 2.2 is still under testing (it’s not compatible with IDE 2.1) – so we are gonna make it available together with the new IDE 2.2
    It’s gonna be around middle February I think

  3. Charudatt says:

    that some good news, and shall anxiously wait for its release. Will it be also available via Microchip Direct ?

    regards

  4. Ionela says:

    yes, but in the meanwhile you can buy it from our store ;)

  5. Charudatt says:

    The shipping / Duty Taxes , (cost) would kill, Microchip Direct is the best in both these areas.

    Anyway, what would be the indicative price of these modules ? or would it be early to comment !

    Thanks.

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