Monthly Archives: Oktober, 2012

Carambola SoC Stand Alone with MSP430 Piggyback

Like I wrote in this article, it is pretty easy to run the Carambola SoC stand alone. Today I finished the Carambola-MSP430 (for MSP430 stand-alone see this article) Piggyback I intend to use as a replacement for the current jumper wired brains of my Carambot. The Carambola comes with 2mm pin connectors, I used a […]

Carambola SoC Stand Alone

I just was playing around a little running the Carambola SoC stand alone (without dev-board). The picture blow shows what needs to be connected to boot the Carambola, access it through serial line (by using a TTL USB to serial converter), and optionally connect USB (I used a web cam): Some notes about power consumption: […]

Propeller-Installer Project of the Week at Parallax

My little installer script for helping setting up a Propeller Tool-chain on Linux/ARM, also mentioned on hackaday last month, was chosen for “project of the week” from Parallax (the makers of the Propeller).