Coming soon: Embedded Controller with 4MB flash and WiFi
Posted 16 May 2009 - 05:27 PM
- ADM5120 CPU
- 2 USB1.1 host ports
- 1 miniPCI connector
- 13 GPIOs / LEDs
- 1 JTAG port
- 1 UART port
- 4MB flash as standard
- Same form factor as the standard Omnima Embedded Controller board: 180mm x 90mm
- Fits the Omnima Small Plastic enclosure or the Medium sized metal enclosure
Posted 17 June 2009 - 09:09 PM
Nearly finished our project with the current Embedded Controller, excellent product Openwrt trunk makes it a great product. This next-gen product seems perfect for the continuation of our project, as a natural progression from the current embedded controller.
Obviously you cannot give away too much too early, but any idea of when samples can be ordered as in the case of the mini x86 compatible board?
Posted 18 June 2009 - 02:16 AM
The miniPCI slot on this is a *great* feature - pulled wifi modules from old laptops are so cheap.
Looking forward to seeing pricing!
Posted 19 June 2009 - 08:41 AM
The components for this design are on a longer lead time. This board is expected to become available later in the summer. We'll try to arrange for samples to be made available as soon as possible.
The price is expected to be approximately £28 (excluding the Wifi card but inclusive of VAT) for one off purchases with further discounts available for volume orders.
The Omnima team
Posted 08 July 2009 - 10:33 AM
I am very positive to pay little more to have 4MB available
I think that this Controller+Openwrt will became very popular....
Posted 24 July 2009 - 08:34 PM
See on the Openwrt forums you have one of these to play with. Go on how did you do it, what do I need to do to be an early, early adopter?
Takes begging posture.....
When is Omnima expecting samples of these, "later in the summer" was suggested above. Given global warming, I would like to point out that our 2 weeks of summer, here in the UK, has already occured.... about the same time as Wimbledon (for a change)
Please, please can I get one to play with.
Resumes normal posture (not entirely unlike begging posture).....
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