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I want to give you a short update about the status of the RasPiComm project.
We already have ordered parts for the first production batch of 1.000 RasPiComms. We expect all parts to arrive in 4 weeks, so the RasPiComm will be available in approximately 6 weeks.
We are also had a conversation with RS-Components. We are very confident that they will add the RasPiComm to their product lineup! So if everything works out the RasPiComm will be available worldwide!
The RasPiComm will most probably get a distinctive subsite on Designspark.
I made some changes to the final board, most of them are minor layout changes.
The pull-ups for the I2C were removed since they are already present on the Raspberry Pi. I still have to check how the I2C pull-ups are with the RasPi rev2.
I also made an important change to the RS-232 and RS-485 ports. I added TVS-diodes for protection which is a massive improvement in terms of stability.
Here are the specs of the ESD-protection: