New products in stock: ESD proof PCB panel holders

Published: Thu, 14 Jun 2018 14:18 | Comments: 0
New products in stock: ESD proof PCB panel holders

When you deal with PCB assembly you need to move PCBs or panels through different operations like AOI, Test etc. To move the PCBs you need ESD proof, strong and reliable PCB holders. Most of the PCB Holders on the marked are made by plastic, which scratch, bend when placed in dry oven and so […]

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TERES-I Laptop 3D plastic models are on GitHub

Published: Thu, 14 Jun 2018 07:32 | Comments: 1
TERES-I Laptop 3D plastic models are on GitHub

Yesterday we got great news. One of our customer has been working to 3D capture the TERES-I plastics for a while and he uploaded on GitHub and released the files GPLv3+ and the CC by SA 4.0 License. Now you can print your own plastics and modify them for your own needs.

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It’s confirmed T2 -40+85C ARM processor is pin to pin compatible with A20

Published: Wed, 6 Jun 2018 10:15 | Comments: 3
It’s confirmed T2 -40+85C ARM processor is pin to pin compatible with A20

We assembled T2 on A20-OLinuXino-MICRO, A20-OLinuXino-LIME, A20-OLinuXino-LIME2 and A20-SOM and completed full functional tests, all peripherials on T2 works exactly same as A20 with same Linux images and setup, which confirms that T2 is just re-branded A20 with extended temperature range. We wait now first volume order of T2 to arrive and we will add […]

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Allwinner released T2 SOC working -40+85C targeting automotive entertainment, it’s re-branded A20 with expanded operating temperature

Published: Thu, 31 May 2018 12:58 | Comments: 5
Allwinner released T2 SOC working -40+85C targeting automotive entertainment, it’s re-branded A20 with expanded operating temperature

Allwinner released recently their T2 SOC targeting automotive entertainment panels. Looking at the specs we saw that it suspiciously looks like A20. This is not the first time Allwinner releases their old silicons under new names like A13-R8, A33-R16, R40-T3 etc.  I personally find this quite confusing. We got some T2 samples and now assembly […]

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