Post Tagged with: "SuperPro Prototype Board"

  • New from HiTechnic: The MiniScope

    New from HiTechnic: The MiniScope

    Sensors August 28, 2012 06:32 1 comment

    HiTechnic told me they were working on this little gem a while back but it’s finally here!  The HiTechnic MiniScope!  This is so cool it’s not even funny!  It’s very small and can actually be plugged right into a bread board!  That’s very useful if you want to combine it […]

     
  • HiTechnic SuperPro Prototype Sensor

    HiTechnic SuperPro Prototype Sensor

    Sensors December 13, 2011 09:53 6 comments

    I received my HiTechnic SuperPro Prototype Sensor in the post yesterday and it’s epic.  It’s epic for a number of reasons: It has more inputs and outputs than you can shake a stick at, both analogue and digital. It can 6 digital strobe outputs (great if you want to start […]

     
  • HiTechnic SuperPro: What product to get?

    HiTechnic SuperPro: What product to get?

    Sensors November 1, 2011 08:08 no comments

    If you’re keen to get started with the new HiTechnic SuperPro you may be a little confused as to which kit to get.  It comes in three product versions and depending on your skill or arsenal of electronic components, you can now pick the one that suits your needs best.  […]

     
  • Additional info on HiTechnic SuperPro Board

    Additional info on HiTechnic SuperPro Board

    Sensors October 28, 2011 17:17 4 comments

    John Hansen has written a very nice article on the new HiTechnic SuperPro board over on the Mindboards blog. He’s been very busy creating a new compiler for this board to allow you to write custom program in BrixCC to upload to this board.  There is a lot of information […]

     
  • New from HiTechnic: NXT SuperPro Prototype Board

    New from HiTechnic: NXT SuperPro Prototype Board

    Sensors October 27, 2011 21:28 3 comments

    HiTechnic have released their latest creation: the NXT SuperPro Prototype Board.  It’s a like the old Prototype Board (which seems to be gone from the website now) only much, much more advanced.  You can actually hook this thing up to your USB port and reprogram it to do what you […]