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Free PCB Sunday: CPLD development boards

Posted on Sunday, April 3rd, 2011 in Free PCBs by Ian

We go through a lot of prototype PCBs, and end up with lots of extras that we’ll never use. Every Sunday we give away a few PCBs from one of our past or future projects, or a related prototype. Our PCBs are made through Seeed Studio’s Fusion board service.

This week we’re giving away two PCBs for our new CPLD development boards. Just ask for a CoolRunner-II or XC9572XL dev-board in the comments, if you have a project in mind we’d like to hear about it too.

Assembled CoolRunner-II and XC9572XL development boards are shipping now for $15 each.

Are you interested in blogging with us? Drop us a line. This probably won’t be a paid position, but you get a back stage pass, free PCBs, and free projects. US and international bloggers are welcome.

Some stuff:

  • Yes, we’ll mail it anywhere in the world!
  • Be sure to use a real e-mail in the address field so we can contact you for shipping info.
  • First come, first serve. If we can’t contact the first commenters, or there’s no reply within 24 hours, we move down the list. You could consider making a request even if it looks like all the PCBs are gone.
  • Limit one PCB per address per month please.
  • Like everything else on this site, PCBs are offered without warranty.

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25 Responses to “Free PCB Sunday: CPLD development boards”

  1. haley says:

    I would like one XC9572XL please

  2. Exiles says:

    I would like a CoolRunner-II please

  3. Chiva says:

    I would like a CoolRunner-II one if available

  4. Paul says:

    I would like one XC9572XL please

  5. scanboostar says:

    Can I get this one please

  6. Ben says:

    CoolRunner-II, please, if any are left! Thanks!

  7. Renato says:

    one please!! :)

  8. tempmj says:

    yes plz

  9. Adam says:

    I want one!

  10. Steve says:

    I’d love one of either, have both chips. Cheers!

  11. ultrasounder says:

    Woulf like a coolrunner 2 brd pls.

  12. El1m1nate says:

    An XC9572XL please.

  13. Carlo Calica says:

    I would like one is still available.

  14. marcus says:

    CoolRunner-II please

  15. cidadao says:

    CoolRunner-II please!
    If there are any left

  16. Steve says:

    XC9572XL please|

  17. Steve says:

    or CoolRunner-II (just checked i have both chips…)

  18. XC9572XL breakout please…..

  19. Georg says:

    An XC9572XL board please

  20. werejag says:

    yeah for me missing it

  21. Juan Carlos says:

    May you still have an XC9572 board for me, please?

  22. David Lesak says:

    Greetings,
    respectfully requesting board to develop with..:)

    David L.

  23. Eudardo says:

    Hello,

    Can one still apply for one of these boards? I’d also be interested in one.

    Been lately playing with XC9572XL and atmegas as clock-source/master for interacting with the cpld, and it would be nice to have one of these.

    I actually have everything soldered with wires and the jtag of he cpld tends to give me problems randomly.

    Regards,

    Eduardo.

  24. Paul says:

    Cool, I would like to have one as well!!

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