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Ping2550 development PCB for Pinguino IDE (like Arduino)

A project in Tiel, Netherlands by Gerard Goossens
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Ping2550 is a development board with integrated USB support. It is an ideal board to get started with the Microchip processors.
Backers: 9
Average Pledge Per Backer: $22

Funded: $202 of $1,800
Dates: Jun 17th -> Jul 17th (30 days)
Project By: Gerard Goossens
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Latest News

small redesign to the PCB

July 8th - via: kickstarter.com
The board is a little redesigned to make the I2C and PWM ports usable. The PIC2550 now has :   18 digital input/output with 5 shared analog inputs 10bit,  Analog output can be done with PWM  UART for serial communications,  2 PWM outputs  I2C... (Read More)

Requested new reward. A DIY special.

July 6th - via: kickstarter.com
Pledge €15 or more Limited reward (5 left of 5) Limited Do it yourself special.  2 times the bare PCB. 1 Processor with bootloader installed. 1 PDF programming reference Estimated delivery: Aug 2014 Add €5 to ship outside the Netherlands  (Read More)

12 days to go and still growing.

July 5th - via: kickstarter.com
Still 12 days to go. Ping2550 has gotten a lot of likes on Facebook and Google+.With shipment of the boards there will be 5 Free leds and resistors included to get you going.Including some new blink scripts to show the uses of the IO ports.  (Read More)

Ping 2550 on Facebook

June 30th - via: kickstarter.com
Ping2550 can now also be found on Facebook. We have dedicated a page to the PING2550. On this page we will communicate updates and upgrades on our campaign. Furthermore we will use this page to share projects and ideas. Take a look at our page by... (Read More)

Visualized the rewards

June 29th - via: kickstarter.com
Hello,After looking at the other kickstarter pages the rewards are visualized now.    (Read More)

PING2550 update. RC or not to RC.

June 23rd - via: kickstarter.com
Hello Backers,The PCB board is updated and is now fully compatible to windows 8 and windows 8.1 programming without a problem. As we are also developing a separate project board I got into a discussion with robot builders an RC lovers. They pointed... (Read More)

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