Sorry about occupying the "nutcracker" name :-)
For sure PINE64 interest to collaborate with Nuttx.
Please provide the Nuttx developers name, address, email address, and
phone number (for shipping purpose), I will inform shipping team send
out the BL602 EVB.
P/S: PINE64 and Bouffalo (not Buffalo) has good and deep relationship,
and for sure will support Nuttx mainline effort.
I just aware about the your DK08 smartwatch project. Please note that
SMA Q3 manufacturer already switch this model using non-Nordic SoC and
you can check with Aaron. I am happy to ship the PineTime dev kit for
If BL602 (the 4MB Flash version) deem suitable for smartwatch project
(main factor is the power consumption), PINE64 may consider as PineTime
CPU candidate. Using GPIO8 for push button and has UART signal on the 4
pogo contact pin (5V, TxD, RxD, and Gnd).
P/S: The white label smartwatch vendor always keep switch CPU even in
same model and just pending on what component factory can get, this
situation also happens to the P8 watch.
TL Lim, PINE64 Community Founder
On 11/29/2020 6:59 AM, Alan Carvalho de Assis wrote:
Well, I hope that Buffalo Labs follows the Espressif path and submit
support to our mainline.
I'm CC Pine64 people here, maybe they could be interested to work with us.
It is funny because they selected the name Nutcracker for their
challenge, that was the name of a NuttX Distro that I planning to
develop, but people here didn't like to separate the apps/ from nuttx/
to let NuttX be only the kernel and let to create distros like for
Also I don't know if they are aware of your project:
On 11/29/20, Matias N. <mat...@imap.cc> wrote:
It seems Buffalo Labs will add support for NuttX on their own:
BTW, I'm expecting a BL602 from Pine64 (Pinecone) so at least I'll have a
to try it.
On Tue, Oct 27, 2020, at 13:37, Brennan Ashton wrote:
For sure, I kind of recall a similar situation with the ESP modules, but
then it looked better in practice. I kind of miss working on the Dialog
parts for this, they are so low power.
On Tue, Oct 27, 2020, 9:14 AM Matias N. <mat...@imap.cc> wrote:
If you can measure current consumption on sleep and idle, it would be
The datasheet lists very high values.
On Tue, Oct 27, 2020, at 12:37, Brennan Ashton wrote:
They are sending me some hardware in a couple weeks, so we shall see
comes of it.
On Tue, Oct 27, 2020, 8:04 AM Matias N. <mat...@imap.cc> wrote:
In case you missed it, there's a new RISC-V chip with BLE+WIFI
clearly competing with ESP8266/ESP32.
The documentation and code is just starting to appear and the
given a good first step by asking
users about comments. You can find the issue here:
Note NuttX being mentioned (most likely due to Brennan's offer to
support if Sipeeed can donate boards).