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beagleduino



Joined: 29/09/2015 06:19:42
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I have tried the contact page a few times and even PM'd Rick with zero response. It has been many months since the announcement and the web site has never been updated. I'd like to try a few of the new boards but have just about given up. The folks at the LowPower Lab are much easier to deal with...

John
Rick



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Greetings,
My apologies for the delayed response, I've been doing lots of international travel.
We actually have hundreds of these available, and I've sold many privately.
These are of excellent quality, and have amazing hibernation capability. The gating factor for release has been trying to make time to build support pages with documentation and examples.
Due to the nature of this design capability, it is important to be diligent in the usage of hibernation techniques, and it is not as simple as the basic arduino type devices.
My primary concern being: if I release without stellar support docs, I would end up simply overwhelmed fielding support questions, and helping beginners to understand and use.
I've also utilized lots of these in a few of my own projects, so I can personally vouch for them.

Okay, that being said... are there any of you brilliant engineers out there, who would be interested to assist me in putting together some demos and support docs.
I can provide these for same cost as regular MW-HW, and we can work out some sort of compensation arrangement.
I'll provide functional docs and specs, and some working code showing hibernation technique if anyone is serious in getting involved.

My original intent for these series, was to produce an entire product line (which I've done several already), build stock into the thousands on each type, build proper documentation and examples, then have a big slash launch. Well, business has been very busy, so I worry about being overwhelmed upon release.

If any of you would like to contact me, please do so privately, and we can move forward from there, but please...sincere and serious inquiries only.

Best regards,
Rick


 
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