Today we finished programming the Argon microcontrollers and sent them back to the assembly house. Production will start once all remaining components have arrived to the factory. We’re still waiting enclosures, should be less than a week away.

Chips being programmed in a clam shell socket

Chips being programmed in a clam shell socket. The chips are handled with a vacuum pen. The environment  is made ESD safe to prevent expensive errors.

Meanwhile I designed a testing procedure for the new kind of USB adapters that are produced same time with Argon drives. One SimpleMotion V2 USB adapter is necessary to configure drives and it may be also used to create PC based motion control applications for them.

SimpleMotion V2 USB adapter

SimpleMotion V2 USB adapter

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