> Once exported, the pcbs should take approximately 10 working days, so we
> should have boards around about the last weekend in May.
> I will also be putting in component orders to Rapid Electronics, Cool
> Components and Farnell to purchase parts for the kits.
> The Nanode 5 has a bunch of new features over the early prototype - amongst
> 1. A unique MAC address supplied by a tiny Microchip EEPROM.
> 2. A footprint on the underside of the board to take a serial SPI memory
> device - either SRAM, FRAM or EEPROM. This can be used for storing large
> amounts of data or web pages.
> 3. A wireless connectivity connector - this 8 pin connector allows the Jee
> Labs RFM12B wireless board to be plugged straight in, so Nanode can be used
> for wireless network developments.
My main aim is to use with wireless and have jeenodes which I am
experimenting with. However, I am more than happy with the development
of the Nanode and think this may well become my primary platform ..
Thanks for all the hard work!