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* £18 (1) -- [[User:Martind|Martind]] 08:38, 1 April 2011 (UTC)
 
* £18 (1) -- [[User:Martind|Martind]] 08:38, 1 April 2011 (UTC)
 
* £36 (2) -- [[User:Ascen|asc]] 10:41, 1 April 2011 (UTC)
 
* £36 (2) -- [[User:Ascen|asc]] 10:41, 1 April 2011 (UTC)
* £54 (3) -- [[User:MatthewVenn|matthew venn]] Fri Apr  1 11:48:57 BST 2011
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* £72 (4) -- [[User:MatthewVenn|matthew venn]] Fri Apr  1 11:48:57 BST 2011
 
* £18 (1) -- [[User:amx109|amx109]] Fri Apr 1 12:19
 
* £18 (1) -- [[User:amx109|amx109]] Fri Apr 1 12:19
 
* £18 (1) -- [[User:Mildlymad|Mildlymad]] Fri Apr 1 16:43
 
* £18 (1) -- [[User:Mildlymad|Mildlymad]] Fri Apr 1 16:43
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* £18 (1) -- Chris Swetenham/Fib (cswetenham@gmail.com) (Plus P&P to Cambridge etc)
 
* £18 (1) -- Chris Swetenham/Fib (cswetenham@gmail.com) (Plus P&P to Cambridge etc)
  
Running total: '''£576''' (32 kits)
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Running total: '''£630''' (32 kits)

Revision as of 16:38, 13 April 2011

Functioning Nanode!

This a a pledge for the bulk purchase of PCBs and all required components for pledgers to construct the Arduino compatible Nanode boards.

With a group purchase we can get both PCBs and components at a great price. Furthermore, we avoid burdening Ken with the initial cost of PCB production and then having to recoup it retrospectively.

Pledge operation

This pledge will operate differently than others. Pledge amounts are fixed at £18 per Nanode kit. Each pledger will receive a PCB and the all of the components required for one Nanode for each £18 that they pledge. We'll stop the pledge and commence ordering when we reached a volume that enables us to purchase each bundle for £18 or less.

Warning

Please be sure that you know what you're buying!

  • Construction/soldering required
  • Access to a FTDI cable is required for programming the Nanode. You'll be using this frequently so it's best to have your own. - This may not be needed now - Ken is trying to fit a USB port onboard.
  • Access to an AVR programmer or another Arduino is required to burn the bootloader - you should only need to do this when you first construct the board. We have a suitable programmer at the space.

Pledge leader: Elliot

The item

Budget estimation

  • <all the bits you need>
  • <quotes from suppliers>

Those who were interested in boards

^^^ This list is for reference only - if you want a Nanode, please add your name to the list BELOW

Pledges

Pay with payment ref: 'NANODE1'

  • £36 (2) --Teabot 12:09, 31 March 2011 (UTC)
  • £36 (2) --Catie 8:30, April 1, 2011
  • £72 (4) --Spike 08:07, 1 April 2011 (UTC)
  • £36 (2) --Ciemon 09:32, 1 April 2011 (UTC)
  • £18 (1) -- Martind 08:38, 1 April 2011 (UTC)
  • £36 (2) -- asc 10:41, 1 April 2011 (UTC)
  • £72 (4) -- matthew venn Fri Apr 1 11:48:57 BST 2011
  • £18 (1) -- amx109 Fri Apr 1 12:19
  • £18 (1) -- Mildlymad Fri Apr 1 16:43
  • £36 (2) -- MattHearn Fri April 1 16:58
  • £36 (2) --Artag 16:06, 1 April 2011 (UTC)
  • £18 (1) -- WzDD 19:00, April 1, 2011
  • £18 (1) -- pyrhho 19:50, April 1, 2011
  • £36 (2) -- V21 09:46, 2 April 2011 (UTC)
  • £36 (2) -- elyob 17:57, 5 April 2011 (UTC)
  • £18 (1) -- --Tomwj 13:40, 7 April 2011 (UTC)
  • £36 (2) -- snim2 14:41, 10 April 2011 (UTC) (Plus P&P to Coventry if I can't pick up in person!)
  • £18 (1) -- DMI 14:46, 13 April 2011 (UTC)
  • £18 (1) -- parag0n 14:51, 13 April 2011 (UTC) (Plus p&p to Manchester if thats OK)
  • £18 (1) -- Chris Swetenham/Fib (cswetenham@gmail.com) (Plus P&P to Cambridge etc)

Running total: £630 (32 kits)