We have now tested and verified the production board we received from our manufacturer. This update includes links to the relevant sample code, including the script we used to make Omega2+ Expansion Dock display content on a 3.2-inch RPi Display. Read the full update.
With a bit more than one day left, now is your last chance to get an Omega2+ Expansion Dock during the campaign! Thanks again to all the backers for making the project a success. We're looking forward the next stage and to sharing production updates with you all. Read the full update.
Thanks to everyone for helping Omega2+ Expansion Dock reach its funding goal. This is great news. Our campaign is not over yet, though. We have one more week to go! Read the full update.
This update includes a new pinout diagram and a link to sample code, in our GitHub repository, that demonstrates how to program the Omega2+ Expansion Dock's button and LED. Read the full update.
We have added a 26-pin header similar to the one on a Raspberry Pi SBC. As a result, the Omega2+ Expansion Dock will now be compatible with most Raspberry Pi shields, including those that provide TFT, GSM, and relay functionality. Read the full update.
Based in part on requests from backers, we have decided to replace the micro-USB connector with a newer USB Type-C connector. This will make it more convenient to use the expansion dock and easier to find necessary cables and adapters. Read the full update.
New additions include a real-time clock, a battery holder, improved ESD protection, mounting holes, and a more convenient power switch. This update also touches on future improvements we plan to make. Read the full update.
Designed as an expansion board for the Omega2+ IoT computer module, the Omega2+ Expansion Dock traces all of the key interfaces—SPI, I²C, I²S, UART, USB, and Ethernet—so that you can easily and affordably connect the modules, sensors, and USB devices you need without having to solder or breadboard anything. Read the full update.