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GIVEAWAY: Another chipKIt Motor shield, chipKIT WF 32, chipKIT DP 32, and chipKit Cmod

Posted on Friday, November 15th, 2013 in contest by DP

chipKIT_WF32-obl-600

Later today we will announce the winners of the chipKIT WF 32, chipKIt Motor shield,  chipKIT DP 32, and chipKit Cmod!  Leave a comment on the original contest post with an idea for a cool project.

The chipKIt Motor shield is available for $29.99chipKIT WF 32 for $69.00chipKIT DP 32 for $23.99, and chipKit Cmod for  $29.00  from Digilent.

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2 Responses to “GIVEAWAY: Another chipKIt Motor shield, chipKIT WF 32, chipKIT DP 32, and chipKit Cmod”

  1. Crawford says:

    I would use the WF32 to port the OpenXC code, so that my Ford Fusion would report its engine and other status via a web interface!

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