Enigma Industrial extension is out!

Enigma Industrial extension is out!

Finally a new Enigma’s extension is out! The transition from prototyping to production is simple thanks to the Enigma Industrial extension. The new industrial extension board This extension board (or carrier) for the Enigma CPU module is ready for industrial applications thanks to the 24V (range 11-36V) DC power supply and its standard terminals. The TFT…

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Using 6LoWPAN on Cosino

Using 6LoWPAN on Cosino

The wireless transceiver can be bought at our shop as: IEEE 802.15.4 Transceiver Contents1 Connecting the device1.1 Mega 2560 extension2 Accessing the device2.1 DTS configuration2.2 Kernel modules2.3 Setting up the Wpan-tools2.4 Do ping between two Cosino boards Connecting the device In order to get access to the device you should consider the table below. Mega…

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New USB GSM/GPRS module

New USB GSM/GPRS module

The new USB GSM/GPRS module from HCE Enginnering is a low cost, robust and reliable industrial solution for communicating with your devices to turn appliances on/off, exchange SMS messages for status updates and so on. The module is fully GNU/Linux compatible via a USB-to-serial converter and the on-board modem can be powered on/off by dedicated…

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Using a GSM/GPRS modem

Using a GSM/GPRS modem

Having an Internet connection is nowadays a must-have for quite every embedded board, so let’s see how we can use a serial GSM/GPRS module on our Cosino based board for both sending a SMS or to surf the Internet. Contents1 Prerequisite2 Sending a SMS3 Surfing the Internet Prerequisite You need a Cosino core module plugged in into…

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Serial GSM/GPRS module

Serial GSM/GPRS module

This product can be bought at our shop as: Serial GSM/GPRS module Contents1 Prerequisite2 Connections2.1 Mega 2560 extension3 Installing the software4 Talking with the modem Prerequisite You need a Cosino core module plugged in into a Cosino’s extension with a preformatted microSD in order to have a running system. Also, if you need system’s console, you must connect a type B-micro USB…

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Visit us at Make Munich 2016

Visit us at Make Munich 2016

Are you really innovative? Let’s visit us at the most important event for innovation! Make Munich is South Germany‘s biggest maker and do-it-yourself festival. We’ll be present Make Munich, from Jan. 16 and 17, with our new projects based on the Cosino and Cosino Enigma CPU modules and their carrier boards and other GNU/Linux Embedded…

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The Linux Kernel 4.1 for Cosino is out

The Linux Kernel 4.1 for Cosino is out

The Linux Kernel release 4.1 for the Cosino based board is finally out! It’s still a beta release but it’s fully functional and it can be downloaded from the Linux repository on our GitHub page by using the following command on your host computer (not on Cosino!):

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Smartcard reader ISO/IEC 7816

Smartcard reader ISO/IEC 7816

This product can be bought at our shop as: Smartcard reader ISO/IEC 7816 The Smartcard reader ISO/IEC 7816 is a Cosino’s peripheral useful to read several smartcard types ISO/IEC 7816 compliant. It is based on Maxim TSC12xxF CCID-DFU chip version 2.10. This module is connected with the Cosino core module by USB bus and is powered up…

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