Kernel developers, PC and Linux application writers, production testers and those of you just looking to learn a little more about programming may be interested in a new development board which is being created and takes the form of the open source Ethernet Bridge Serial TTL UART/RS485/I2C/CAN/ADC/DAC.
The new piece of hardware has this week launched via Kickstarter looking to raise $2,500 to make the jump into production and provides a great platform for those who would like to learn more about embedded CAN, I2C, UART, ADC or DAC with the board offering the ability to open applications and modify them depending on your needs and required applications. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the Ethernet Bridge Serial development board which is now available to back via Kickstarter with pledges available from $29 and shipping expected to take place during March 2018.
Specifications of the board include UART, TTL, RS485, DAC, ADC, I2C, nRF2401 and the board offers an external plugin using 2×4 header on board. Enabling users the ability to read 2 x TTL UART and 1 x RS485 port remotely. The development board comes complete with its own Opensouce WPF/QT Cross platform (Windows /Linux) library. For more information jump over to the official Kickstarter campaign page by following the link below.