Yodadadida

Member Since: October 21, 2011

Country: United States

  • I’m not a mpu9150/9250 fanboy or anything , but what was the reasoning behind using this and not the 9150? (and for the bmp85 comment below, … yes it would be great to have – let’s say – the sda/scl and power pins broken out onto a .1 spacing header row on the back so that someone could kludge in a bunch of i2c sensors on the back). Thanks, Y

  • Would Really like to see the Eagle file for this so I could do the following on the back: 1. Level shifters with 3.3/5v jumper/solder-tab 2. header 0.1 spacing x number of gpio pins pointing down (as in “into a breadboard”) 3. header for terminal (console) access to atom

    With #1 and 2 above on this board – it would become a “glue” board (on the bottom end of the Edison stack) to 3.3/5v sensor daughterboards already on sale at Sparkfun for arduino. (nudge-nudge, wink-wink, … see how I put the carrot there for the business weenies to see how this SMALL mod to this existing board would be infinitely marketable???). ttfn, Yodadida

  • Would Really like to see the Eagle file for this so I could do the following on the back: 1. Level shifters with 3.3/5v jumper/solder-tab 2. header 0.1 spacing x number of gpio pins pointing down (as in “into a breadboard”) 3. space to solder on a micor-sd card holdr (with Mosi, Miso, etc going to it)

    With #1 and 2 above on this board – it would become a “glue” board (on the end of the Edison stack) to 3.3/5v sensor daughterboards already on sale at Sparkfun (nudge-nudge, wink-wink, … see how I put the carrot there for the business weenies to see how this SMALL mod to this existing board would be infinitely marketable???). TTFN, Yodadida

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