Teaser: Iotiny Coming Soon

 
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- 100% compatible with EZ-Builder for PC,
Android and iOS
- incredibly small footprint!
- 8 digital I/O (servos, switches, buttons, uart, ultrasonic distance, etc)
- 2 adc
- energy effecient digital switching power supply
- amplified audio and speaker for wifi streaming
- ezrobot camera port
- i2c connector
- web interface
- telnet interface
- OTA firmware upgradable

Best of all, it's going to be very affordable! a fraction of the cost of the ezb v4 powerhouse. This will be great for small diy robots or iot devices.

Status: hardware is done. Firmware has two minor tweaks to complete. Should see it on the store with the other ezbits (inverted pendulum, neo pixel controller, etc) over the summer Smile

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#2

Fabulous! Do you have the dimensions and specs I would like to design a shell for it?... I assume it's fused in some way?

P.S... I am waiting on the Tiny to upgrade my new inMoov (with a video of new abilities)... It will make my old inMoov Bartender (he always was a bit twitchy) look like the Skynet Cyberdyne model T-70 in comparison to the T-800... Smile

#3

Added a picture to demonstrate the size. Jeremie will pickup this thread and post a dimension image with the size of the mounting holes and such...

#4

@DJ Awesome... Thank you... In addition to a shell I am now actually thinking of altering one of inMoov's arm stls to create a cradle to fit the Tiny... Come to think about it in his head as well...... Smile

#5

Jeremie did an unreal job of packing all that functionality in the small foot print. There's nothing else like it! Look at that thing... It's unreal and super powerful.

#6

Looking forward to the details... I think (especially if it is a good price point) this will prove irresistible to a lot of the hard core arduino "zombies" that up until now have dismissed ez robot mostly due to their illogical cost rational...

#7

SWEET! This would be awesome for micro-bots! Smallest robot building competition anyone?

Great job Jeremie and DJ.

#8

That is going to be incredibly useful. i particularly like the built in speaker pins (always been nervous about soldering my EZ-B) and the built in barrel jack for power (never much liked the Mini deans connector or its position on the bottom of the board).

I assume the digital ports will, like the V4 be unregulated?

Will it also support USB connectivity like the V4 x/2 with the adapter?

Alan

#9

1) yes unregulated digital pins

2) yes supports the USB adapter

Don't quote me on this, but I'd like to see the price under $30. It's small but there's a lot of hardware on it - which adds up in cost.

#10

Awesome. That is going to be very useful.

Alan