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ZIYUN Mini PC LattePanda 2G/32GB with Win10 product key,Single Board Computer

LattePanda is a complete a mini computer integrated with Arduino running full verions Windows 10.
It includes everything a regular PC has and can do anything that a regular PC does. It is compatible with almost every gadget you know: printers, joysticks, cameras and more. Any peripherals that work on your PC will work on LattePanda.
LattePanda comes pre-installed with a pre-activated full edition of Windows 10, including powerful tools such as Visual Studio, NodeJS, Java, Processing, and more. Using existing APIs, you can develop your own software and hardware projects on LattePanda as you would on a normal PC - C#, Javascript, Ruby and so on. Say goodbye to your bulky laptop!
LattePanda is also designed with an Arduino compatible co-processor, which means it can be used to control and sense the physical world, just like an Arduino board! Whether you are a Windows developer, an IoT developer, a hardware DIY fanatic, interactive designer, robotics whizz, or a maker, LattePanda can aid your creative process with physical computing projects!
LattePanda can run full version of windows 8/10 and Ubuntu.

Specification:
Processor: Intel Cherry Trail Z8300 Quad Core 1.8GHz
Operation System: Pre-installed pre-activated full edition of Windows 10
Ram: 2GB DDR3L
Storage Capability: 32GB
USB:
- USB 3.0*1
- USB 2.0*2
WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0
Co-processor: ATmega32u4
GPIO:
- 2 GPIOs for Intel chip
- 20 GPIOs for Arduino
Power: 5v/2A
Dimension: 3.46"x2.76"

Packing List:
LattePanda 2G/32GB x1
WiFi Antenna x1
Safety Precautions x1

Sours: https://www.amazon.com/ZIYUN-LattePanda-product-Single-Computer/dp/B01IM65NXW

LattePanda board

lattePanda board 4G-64G sku:448202
lattePanda board 4G-64G sku:448202
lattePanda board 4G-64G sku:448202

INTRODUCTION

LattePanda is a brand new development board running full Windows 10!

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It includes everything a regular PC has and can do anything that a regular PC does. It is compatible with almost every gadget you know: printers, joysticks, cameras and more. Any peripherals that work on your PC will work on LattePanda.

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LattePanda comes pre-installed with a full edition of Windows 10, including powerful tools such as Visual Studio, NodeJS, Java, Processing, and more. Using existing APIs, you can develop your own software and hardware projects on LattePanda as you would on a normal PC - C#, Javascript, Ruby and so on. Say goodbye to your bulky laptop!

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But not only can it be used as a low cost regular Windows board! LattePanda is also designed with an Arduino compatible co-processor, which means it can be used to control and sense the physical world, just like an Arduino board! Whether you are a Windows developer, an IoT developer, a hardware DIY fanatic, interactive designer, robotics whizz, or a maker, LattePanda can aid your creative process with physical computing projects!

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SPECIFICATION for 2G/32GB

  • Processor: Intel Cherry Trail Z8300 Quad Core 1.8GHz
  • Operation System: Pre-installed full edition of Windows 10
  • Ram: 2GB DDR3L
  • Storage Capability: 32GB
  • GPU: Intel HD Graphics, 12 EUs @200-500 Mhz, single-channel memory
  • One USB3.0 port and two USB 2.0 ports
  • WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0
  • Built-in Arduino Co-processor: ATmega32u4
  • Video output: HDMI and MIPI-DSI
  • Onboard touch panel overlay connector
  • Supports 100Mbps Ethernet
  • GPIO:
    • 6 GPIOs from Cherry Trail processor
    • 20 GPIOs from Arduino Leonardo
  • 6 Plug and play Gravity sensor connectors
  • Power: 5v/2A
  • Dimension of board: 88 * 70 mm/ 3.46 * 2.76 inches
  • Packing Size: 110 * 94 * 30 mm/4.33 * 3.70 * 1.18 inches
  • G.W.: 100g

SPECIFICATION for 4G/64GB

  • Processor: Intel Cherry Trail Z8300 Quad Core 1.8GHz
  • Operation System: Full edition of Windows 10 / Linux
  • Ram: 4GB DDR3L
  • Storage Capability: 64GB
  • USB:
  • WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0
  • Co-processor: ATmega32u4
  • GPIO:
    • 2 GPIOs for Intel chip
    • 20 GPIOs for Arduino
  • Power: 5v/2A
  • Dimension: 3.46"x2.76"
  • Weight: 100g

Note:

This product requires a power supply of [email protected] to work properly using a quality USB cable. An iPad power supply is ideal.

DOCUMENTS

Documents

LattePanda Win10 Software

LattePanda-Win10-Software

Packing List

  • 1 x Board
  • 1 x WiFi Antenna
  • 1 x Safety Precautions
Sours: https://wiki.geekworm.com/LattePanda_board
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Get Started with LattePanda

LattePanda is a low-costsingle-board computer that runs Windows 10. It comes with a quad core Intel(R) Atom(™) Z8350 processor and integrated Arduino microcontroller core on board. It is available in 2GB RAM / 32GB storage or 4GB / 64GB storage options, with or without Windows pre-installed.

This guide will show you how to get started and create your first physical computing projects using C# with Microsoft Visual Studio and the LattePanda Sensor Starter Kit.

Powering up

Our version of LattePanda comes with 2GB RAM and 32GB eMMC storage and Windows 10 already installed and pre-activated, so it’s super easy to get started. Just connect up your peripherals and power on: 

  • Connect the monitor to the HDMI port.
  • Connect the keyboard and mouse to the USB 2.0 ports.
  • Connect the ethernet cable to LAN port (Wifi aerial is also supplied).
  • Connect a good quality 5V – min 2.0A power supply to the micro USB power socket (we used a 5.1V / 2.5A supply).
  • Boot Windows by switching on the power supply. The red LED on the underside of the board will turn on for 30 seconds.
  • Wait until the red LED has turned off, then press the white button next to the Arduino pinouts.
  • Windows 10 will boot into Desktop.

Make sure to shut down using the Windows Shut Down in the Start menu before disconnecting the power supply

lattepanda components diagram

System update

We found issues using GitHub buttons without upgrading to MS Edge browser. This involves updating Windows which can take between 1 – 2 hrs. Incremental updates are then much faster and your system is more secure.

Update Windows before installing Visual Studio to ensure enough storage is available – free up space by using Delete Temporary Files from the Windows search box if necessary

  • Type updates in the Windows search box.
  • Select Windows Update and follow prompts. Allow about 1.5 Hrs to complete.
  • Reboot Windows.
  • Install Edge browser when prompted.

Visual Studio

The following steps will install Microsoft Visual Studio and prepare Windows 10 ready for programming the Arduino core.
Microsoft provides a free, fully-featured C# development environment: Visual Studio Community Edition. It has all the tools necessary to develop Windows apps.

  • Go to https://www.visualstudio.com/downloads/download-visual-studio-vs
  • Follow the on-screen instructions.
  • Select .Net Workloads. Only select the required software (~7GB download).
  • Additional items can be added later if storage space is available.
  • Make your favourite drink.
  • Visual Studio will open once installation has completed.
Visual studio

You will need to enable Windows Developer Mode, this gives standard users elevated privileges to control hardware:

  • Type developer in the Windows search box.
  • Select Use Developer features.
  • Select Developer mode in the configuration window and accept prompts.
  • Extra Windows development software will install.
  • Restart Windows and allow updates to complete.

Firmata

Communication between the Intel and Arduino cores is performed using Firmata which is a type of serial protocol. LattePanda has provided an open-source Firmata library suitable for Windows apps developed in Visual Studio. The code is hosted on GitHub: https://github.com/LattePandaTeam/LattePanda-Development-Support

  • Click the Code button and download the zip.
  • Expand the zip file into a directory. It contains Arduino.cs used later.

Arduino provides a version of Firmata that must be uploaded to the Arduino core. These steps will update the Arduino IDE and install Firmata on the Arduino core. We recommend updating to the latest Arduino IDE version, the pre-installed version needs removing first:

  • Type add in the Windows 10 search box and select Add or Remove programs.
  • Select Arduino and Uninstall.
  • Go to the Arduino download page and install the latest version of the IDE.
  • Start the Arduino IDE.
  • Open the StandardFirmata sketch from File > Examples > Firmata > StandardFirmata.
Arduino Standardfirmata
  • Set the board type to Leonardo from Tools > Board > Arduino Leonardo.
Select arduino leonardo
  • Set the port from Tools > Port > COM5 (Arduino Leonardo)
arduino port selection
  • Upload the Firmata sketch from Sketch > Upload.
  • Exit the Arduino IDE.

Firmata is now installed on the Arduino core. 

Blink

The LattePanda Sensor Starter Kit comes with 14 different digital, analogue and I2C devices that connect safely to the board. We start by connecting an LED module and blinking it with a simple Windows console app to test our setup:

  • Connect a red LED module to pin D9 on the White 3-pin connectors.
  • Open Visual Studio.
  • Select Create a new project.
  • Select C# Console App (.NET Framework) and click Next.

Make sure to choose the C# Console App with .NET Framework.

visual studio create new project
  • Name the project. We called ours BlinkLed.
  • Choose a directory to save it in then click Create and wait for the project to be created.
  • In Solution Explorer right-click the project name and then Add > Existing item…
visual studio add existing item
  • Navigate to Arduino.cs in the Firmata download directory created instep 4 and click Add.

Arduino.cs is added to your project.

visual studio arduino cs added to project
  • Copy and paste the following C# code into  Programs.cs:

Visual Studio will parse and check the code. There should be No issues found in the indicator at the bottom of the window.

Issues are indicated by underlining the offending code. You can also view them in the Error List window by clicking on the red-cross icon

To build and run the project:

  • Click the Start button to run in debug mode.

The project will take a few seconds to build and afterwards, a console window will open and the LED will start blinking.

debug mode
  • Click the Stop button to end debugging.
top debugging

If all went well you have a working Visual Studio and Arduino Firmata setup!

Inputs & outputs

The pinout diagram below shows many options for connecting sensors and devices to LattePanda. 

In this section, we show the Intel and Arduino cores working together in a simple Input / Output, event-driven Windows app. A potentiometer (input) is used to control the brightness of 2 LEDs (output). When the potentiometer is changed, one LED will brighten and the other one will dim.

panda pin out diagram
  • Connect a potentiometer and 2 LED modules to the White connectors.
  • Connect the potentiometer to Pin A0.
potentiometer connection
  • Connect the red LED module to Pin D9.
  • Connect the blue LED module to Pin D10.
  • Start a New Project from the Visual Studio File menu.
  • Choose C# Console App (.NET Framework) again.
  • Name your project ReadPot and save it to your project directory.
  • Add the Arduino.cs file from the LattePanda.Firmata download as before.
  • Copy and paste the following C# code into Program.cs:

Inside the main function, the LED outputs (pins 9 & 10) are set to PWM (Pulse Width Modulation). PWM creates a square wave that switches the LEDs on and off rapidly, controlling their brightness. 

Following that, an event listener is setup which triggers when the potentiometer changes. The code that executes is defined in a private event handler method.

The handler checks if the potentiometer (analogue pin 0) has changed and gets its value. The Arduino core has a 10-bit analogue to digital converter so the value will be in the range 0 – 1023. PWM frequency must be scaled to an 8-bit value in the range 0 – 255. The conversion is performed and an analogue write sets the PWM frequency for the Red LED on pin 9. The PWM value is subtracted from 255, calculating the difference to set the Blue LED on pin 10. This way, one LED will increase in brightness and the other one will decrease.

When the potentiometer is turned fully clockwise, the red LED is off and the blue LED is on, at its maximum brightness. 

  • Run the code by clicking Start.
  • Turn the potentiometer to control the LEDs.
  • Click the Stop button to end debugging.
potentiometer code

Summary

This Get Started guide has shown how to power on the LattePanda for the first time and setup a development environment for physical computing with Visual Studio and Arduino Firmata.

We started with a simple Blink test, then a more advanced application demonstrating communication between the Intel and Arduino cores. This principle can be applied to many control and sensing applications, from robots to IoT devices connected to the internet. The Intel core performs the complex logic, connectivity and GUI with the Arduino core doing the input, output.

Graphics performance was adequate but slow on the 2GB RAM model so we would recommend the 4GB RAM version for serious development, with the lower spec version suitable for embedded applications.

If you are more comfortable or need to work in a Windows environment the LattePanda could be a great starting point to learn embedded systems or to create your next Windows SMART app.

Further documentation is available on the LattePanda site: http://docs.lattepanda.com/

Sours: https://www.okdo.com/getting-started/get-started-with-lattepanda/

LattePanda

 

It’s time for another compilation of great projects, with all of the best projects which utilize a LattePanda SBC all on one blog post for your perusal.
Explore our list below and consider which one suits your project the most!

 

 

AVA – The Home Companion Robot

AVA is a wonderfully cute home companion robot that uses both IoT functions and neural networking algorithms to exhibit human-like intelligence: both in the form of a high IQ (intelligence quotient) and EQ (emotional quotient). Ava utilizes many tools and porgrams to achieve this incredible artificial intelligence, and, to quote Martin in his own article about his creation, “she uses natural language processing, several databases [with] millions of memories, and hundreds of software agents.” In Martin’s past updates on his project, he has worked to implement generic neural net engines, generic business rule engines, and generic calculation engines, among others, on a LattePanda single board computer “brain,” along with a web server, MSMQ queue, and speech-to-text remote. All of these come together to make a truly versatile, skilled, and intelligent robot!

CAPS Twenty.One Project

For any audiophiles out there, this is a Computer Audiophile Pocket Server (CAPS) project, which incorporates an AlphaPanda as the main server and another PC as the endpoint. The exterior is a nice, sleek design featuring an old-school design for the guages which track the CPU’s statistics in real time, and all of this houses the AlphaPanda and other computer components that can optimize the efficiency of the AlphaPanda in its goal to become your sole music server, working in tandem with other audio equipment to make a wonderful sound studio for your home or entertainment theater!

Solar-Powered LattePanda

Follow YouTuber Basically Homeless’s guidance if you want to make really awesome projects with your LattePanda single board computer! The latest that he was able to create is a solar-powered LattePanda. Like many of his own creations, he researched the proper voltage, amperage, and wattage in order to run the LattePanda and configured all necessary parts and wires to attempt to run his whole setup off of the power of the sun. He succeeeded, and comically faced his one true enemy in the face of making this project work — clouds.

Make sure to find what you need and keep making!

 

For more information on the AVA project, please click here.
For more information on the CAPS Twenty.One project, please click here.
For more information on the Solar-Powered LattePanda project, please click here.
Sours: https://www.lattepanda.com/blog-2965.html

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