Firstly, a warm welcome to the Binho community. Whether you're a seasoned professional or just diving in, we recognize and respect the challenges and intricacies of developing and testing embedded systems.
At Binho, we craft our software and hardware tools with a clear aim: to make embedded system development intuitive and efficient.
Anchored in a user-centered design philosophy, our product portfolio encompasses cutting-edge host adapters and easy-to-use software tools that facilitate your development process.
Binho Supernova Host Adapter (NEW!): The Supernova stands out with its vast array of connectors: a 4-pin I2C qwiic port, a 2x15 pins connector for versatile functions, and two dedicated 10-pin ports for I3C. It's designed to support a wider range of protocols like I3C, I2C, SPI, UART, and GPIO.
Binho Nova Host Adapter: The Binho Nova is equipped with a 10-pin wire harness, providing 5 signal pins capable of Digital Input, PWM Output, Digital Interrupts, and Analog functions. It supports multiple communication protocols including I2C, SPI, UART, 1-Wire, and Single-Wire Interface, with the flexibility for the remaining pins to serve diverse roles such as GPIO or PWM signals.
The best way to get familiar with Binho Host Adaptersis to have a read through our Binho Host Adapters guide:
🛠️ Binho Mission Control: A user-friendly desktop app, designed to make the embedded system development and testing journey straightforward. With support for multiple protocols and an intuitive GUI, Binho Mission Control offers a unified platform for our Nova and Supernova host adapters.
🛠️ SDK Offerings: Our SDKs for Python and C/C++ are designed to provide deeper integration and functionality. The SupernovaSDK for Python is tailored for the Binho Supernova, enabling tasks like firmware updates and even compatibility with Jupyter Notebook for interactive scripting. Meanwhile, our Binho Mission Control SDK allows C/C++ developers to connect effortlessly with both the Nova and Supernova USB host adapters.
Quick Start With Binho Mission Control
If you already have your Binho Host Adapter and want to start immediately to test some hardware under development, there are mainly two ways of interacting with it which are the Binho Mission Control App and the Python/C++ SDKs.
Note: Even if you don't have a Binho Host Adapter on hand, you can still get a feel for the Binho Mission Control App using the simulated Nova and Supernova devices available within the application.
You may have noticed that our documentation is using some unfamiliar terms when discussing the roles and signals for a given protocol. We've dropped the use of legacy terms which may initially cause confusion, so we've put together a helpful resource here: