Project update 12 of 12
We have completed production of all of the TD-XPAH boards and accessories. They are on their way to you.
Please double check your shipping addresses for accuracy! You can change your address within your Crowd Supply account, and if you need help please reach out to Crowd Supply Customer Support.
Each board has been tested in both host and standalone modes. Your TD-XPAH will arrive configured for standalone mode and will boot by default into the Teledatics GUI firmware.
Every board was put through a series of tests to confirm the function of the hardware, firmware, and RF output. We confirmed that all ports work properly over the USB interface and that every device produces the expected output in the 900 MHz frequency range.
If you would like to reconfigure your board for host mode, reset the DIP switches as shown below and attach it to a Linux host system (such as a Raspberry Pi, Nvidia Jetson Nano, or Linux PC) via a USB-C cable. Drivers and instructions will be available on the Teledatics website by the time your hardware arrives.
And if you have questions or comments, or would just like to discuss TD-XPAH development in general please join us on the Teledatics Discord Server.