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Eridani Cortex M3 development board is on sale

Posted on Tuesday, October 16th, 2012 in dev boards by DP

Brian decided to close shop on the Cotex M3 development boards. His brainchild, the Eridani, is based on TI’s Stellaris LM3S3651 and features USB OTG functionality. He has stopped sales, and would like to sell off or trade leftover boards that need some rework.

I have a hand full of Eridani’s that need rework. I don’t however have the time to do the rework, basically if you have the ability to desolder a LQFP64 and resolder it you should have no issue making them work. You’ll also need an ARM JTAG (Bus Pirate should work with openOCD).

If you want a board PM me with an offer. It can be money or a cool project. US is strongly preferred both for cost of postage and also the customs form overhead.

Via the forum.

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