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NEW: ESPBee XBee WiFi Module!

What happens when you cross WiFi technology with the XBee form factor? You get the ESPBee XBee WiFi Module! And, we’ve just released this new ESPBee XBee WiFi Module for sale!   Simply put, the ESPBee XBee WiFi Module is an ESP8266 WiFi chip packaged into the popular and standard […]


Update: Third Rev Prototype

In my last post I discussed some of the minor woes sometimes faced by designers and makers when maturing their prototypes.  As I had mentioned previously, the third rev of our PCB’s were ordered over a week ago from EasyEDA and arrived 8 days later, which is amazingly fast by […]


Third Time (almost) the Charm

It’s been a while since my last post, but we have ordered our third iteration of our latest creation we have been working on. As PCB lead times tend to be measured in weeks, we do our BOM order review within a couple days. This allows us to utilize the […]


What’s New?

What’s new?  Well, kind of a lot, but doesn’t seem like much…  Casco Logix has been working with a local client in Kansas City on a new and exciting venture.  New and exciting, however it took us away from our home-grown product development project we were previously working on, which […]


XBee vs. Click – What’s the diff?

About thirty years ago solid state electronics were still relatively new and circuits were typically built with discrete components and DIP style logic chips. Along those same lines, the selection of electronics prototyping kits and platforms was very limited.  The selection of these kits was mostly limited to the “All-in-one” […]


New Website!

Exciting news!  We’re pleased to announce we have a new website up as of late Tuesday, November 22nd.  With big improvements come a little bit of growing pains, so please bear with us as we work out some of the bad links from porting over the content from the old […]


Interfacing with I2C EEPROM

  A couple weeks ago I was contacted by someone named Stephen for help regarding an Arduino library I wrote for interfacing to an I2C EEPROM chip.  Stephen was having problems with the read method not returning the data he had written using the write method.  Contributing to the unknown, […]