Digilent Development Board Giveaway Worth Over $500 to Celebrate OEMsecrets’ 10 Year Anniversary

Digilent Development Board Giveaway Worth Over $500 to Celebrate OEMsecrets’ 10 Year Anniversary

To celebrate OEMsecrets’ 10 Year Anniversary this month, the price comparison search engine for electronic parts has partnered with Digilent to give away 2 x Digilent development boards worth over $500 each. Digilent is a leading manufacturer of FPGA development boards and microcontrollers serving students, universities, and OEM’s worldwide with technology-based educational design tools.

This prize draw is ideal for electrical engineers, hobbyists, and students with a passion for technology and engineering. Two winners will receive a Digilent USB104 A7, which is an Artix-7 FPGA development board in PC/104 form factor.

For your chance to win, simply register in the link below. If you also share this page by tagging @oemsecrets #oemsecrets on any social media platform including Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, you will receive an additional entry into the prize draw! The winners will be announced on July 17th.


USB104 A7: Artix-7 FPGA Development Board in PC/104 Form Factor

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The USAB 104 A7 is the first Digilent board to adhere to an industry-standard form factor and brings power and versatility to your PC/104 stackable PC. The board measures 95.89 mm x 90.17 mm and provides the standard mounting holes with standoffs included. The USB104 A7 features the industrial temperature rated Xilinx Artix-7 XC7A100T.

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By entering a manufacturer part number, users are quickly able to find which electronics distributors have the best price and most inventory. OEMsecrets remains one of the most important aggregator sites and search engines in the electronics industry, listing over 30 million parts from 125+ distributors. For more information, please visit oemsecrets.com.

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