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News:: SuperVidel production!

Posted by instream on Feb 10, 2011 - 04:32 PM

The SuperVidel production is closing in!

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News:: EtherNat poll

Posted by instream on Aug 24, 2009 - 03:23 PM

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News:: SuperVidel poll

Posted by instream on Jul 20, 2009 - 12:00 PM

We have just put a registration form on our homepage,, where you can tell us how many boards you want, when we make them. We need this information to be able to give you a good estimation of the final price. Of course you're not obliged to buy anything later, but we also want you to be honest.

Torbjörn & Henrik

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News:: Pre-orders are taken for the CTPCI

Posted by GokMasE on Nov 02, 2008 - 08:12 PM

Rodolphe Czuba reports that the design for the PCI adapter for CT6x, CTPCI, has been finished. The routing has been tested and found working, and the next step will be producing and testing a prototype. Once that has been taken care of, a first series of adapters might be produced.

Since the development has reached this point, Rodolphe is now taking pre-orders for the CTPCI. The estimated price tag will be 150 euros, but the final amount can end up higher than this. This mostly depends on the costs for components and the number of pre-ordered boards.

Further information on the CTPCI project can be found on Rodolphe's website:

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News:: CTPCI project still active

Posted by GokMasE on Oct 03, 2008 - 10:06 AM

For a long time (since March earlier this year) there have been no reported progress on the CTPCI project. However, we've now finally seen a new sign of life. Hardware developer Rodolphe Czuba has yet again updated his website with some new (and rather sparse) information on the CTPCI.

Read about the current status of the project here:

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