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Re: [N8VEM-S100:1334] Lava-10 Board working fine.
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I just inquired about the Lava 10 graphics controller and
Dominik Domanski said they are no longer available
as they are currently working on faster board with
much bigger possibilities.
On Monday, 18 February 2013 11:48:55 UTC-5, monahanz wrote:
Andrew mentioned that some people were having difficulty getting the actual
Lava-10 "Chip". The person to contact is a Dominik Domanski who as best I
can tell is in Spain. His e-mail address is domin...@mylium.es and
that is the web site from where he describes the chip
However for some reason the chips actually come directly from Poland. I
guess he has them fabricated there. I got a chip from there last year for
the prototype board and just got another about 3 weeks ago. Both were
identical. In a recent e-mail he said he had 7 "chips" already made up.
I got one so I suppose there are 6 left. The chip is actually a small board
with seven SMT chips on it. I have no idea what his time/ability to make
more is. One problem with him/them, is that e-mail returns take a few days!
However on Friday last he sent me an e-mail saying he was
developing/programming the next generation Lava which will have much more
resolution/capability. I have subscribed to an early prototype. Hopefully
it will sit down on the same pin contacts.
BTW, it goes without saying, I do not know anybody at Mylium and in no way
benefit from them.
John Monahan Ph.D