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jwestmoreland

Hello All,

Any news on the:

Arduino PortentaH7 Carrier Board ???

Thanks,
John W.

jerteach



I have not heard anything yet. Here is the post by an open source option 

 https://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=670208.0



Hi,

I am prototyping an open source development board for the future Arduino Pro (https://store.arduino.cc/portenta-h7)
With this board, you can:
  • Access all pins of the 2 high density 80 pins connectors
  • Use a standard Arduino UNO shield




This board is more simple and cheaper than the official carrier board.

Do not hesitate to suggest improvements or report a bug :)

Project on Github : https://github.com/Rufus31415/arduino-pro-portenta-h7-carrier-board
I think the biggest problem for makers would be soldering the 2 x 80 pin connectors to the board.

Wondering if Rufus or anyone else wants to make this board with the 2 connectors attached and nothing else. The board has everything all planned. Most of us could solder whatever other components we need. Just an idea. Any idea of a cost for that?







jwestmoreland

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Jul 12, 2020, 08:57 am Last Edit: Jul 12, 2020, 09:01 am by jwestmoreland
Hello jerteach,

Yes - saw that - but I'm specifically asking about this:

https://www.arduino.cc/pro/hardware/product/portenta-carrier


https://www.arduino.cc/pro/hardware/product/portenta-carrier


Thanks,
John W.

rufus31415

Hi,

There is a BOM estimation here : https://github.com/Rufus31415/arduino-pro-portenta-h7-carrier-board
The most difficult part is to solder the two connectors, if a lot of people are interested, I could make more than one with my oven.

vicks123

I would be interested in this alternative carrier board!


hzrnbgy

Until the SWD debugging pins on the Portenta is made available easily, I don't think it will gain traction despite its bells and whistles.

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