Jack Gassett Posted September 21, 2010 Report Share Posted September 21, 2010 Finally the last parts I was waiting for to build up a couple Papilio Overshield boards has arrived. I have three Papilio Overshield (previously Papilio Uno) prototype boards built. I will finish basic verification and get the boards available in the prototype section of the online store in the next couple days. The downside of this first prototype is that the reset button has to be held down while the SPI flash is programmed. It is a hassle and the next revision is going to replace the reset button with a Program/Run switch. Even with the hassle though it is a pretty interesting design that has 5V tolerance, accepts Arduino Shields, can act as an FPGA Arduino Shield, and uses the Arduino for programming. Jack. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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