Forth contains its compiler in the runtime! So, you can always compile/evaluate Forth source code in runtime.
So for me, each expansion module has a small EEPROM with the source code to execute the functionality of the module. Yet, can easily be updated by simply modifying the text in the EEPROM.
So, why stop at expansion modules. I am putting an EEPROM on the carrier board, which will contain the "driver" for it.
Launching beta-trials; Colibri, an open-source, modular, low-cost automation system for building, home and light industrial automation with LoraWAN focus.
Ideal for systems integrators, makers, hobbyists and energy solutions companies.
Programming at 3 levels; STM32CubeMX, Arduino IDE or Forth. Goal: OpenPLC compatible.
Contact me for additional information or if you are interested in participating in trying out and developing the concept further. Please BOOST
Serious transport damage on the pick-n-place machine that I bought.
They managed to knock the 24mm steel "leg" clean off, then put cargo straps on the weak lid, so whenever they turned right, the 1500kg machine tried to rest on the missing leg and push up on the strap, squeezing the lid.
And it is not worth fighting the insurance company. Just cost me a lot of time and will get nothing from it.
Insurance firms are some of the biggest scammers out there.
Grumpy Old Man who doesn't have any fucks to give! - I learned I am "based"
Identify as Naturally Immune - pronouns They/Lied
Angry People are Most Welcome! Vent your frustration and go nuts on things that irritates you.