I will look into this with Arrow. More to follow.
I confirmed that the Quicksilver kit is still being sold. There are 605 of them in stock on Arrow.com: https://www.arrow.com/en/products/search?cat=&q=quicksilver&r=true
You can either submit the order through the Quote link, or, reach out to your local Arrow branch and they can take the order for you.
Sorry for the confusion.
Hi Mike & Arrow
Some month ago, I bought 2 Quicksilver-EVL directly over the "Buy Now" button, for 59US$ !
If you try now the "Buy Now" button, it says missing web page !?
If there are 605 kits on stock, why do I have to get a quote first and not buy directly, as before ???
Is the price still 59 US$ & free shipping ?
And what is the "NEW" Quicksilver (not Quicksilver-EVL)
There are 99 units on stock, available for 21,97US$ and Free Overnight Shipping,
but all documentation links are broken !?!?!?
The $21 unit is a production module.
It sounds like you need an EVK.
There are 605 EVKs in stock. We are checking with the Arrow web team on why they show up as "quote" as that may prevent customers from ordering.
Fill out the quote request (I think it only asks for an email) and I'm sure they will be able to get one of the boards shipped out to you.
Arrow fixed this on their site: https://www.arrow.com/en/products/quicksilver-evl/arrow-development-tools
You can leverage the Buy Now button now.
I also asked the local/regional team in Europe to reach out to you and offer their support as well.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
Hi Mike & brev_2458046
OK, Arrow fixed the "Buy" link indeed, but raised the price from 59.?? to 69.99 US$
What about the 21.97US$ production unit Quicksilver, does it have a FCCID & CE certification ?
All documentation links to this module are broken, how to get technical data about this module ?
What is the price for higher quantities ?
Bradley, what is Quicksilver 3.0, what are the differences to the current Quicksilver 2.0 and what is the release plan ?
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The $21 Quicksilver module that you have found is not certified. This is the module used on the Quicksilver Eval kit and due to it being an eval kit, it is not certified. If someone wanted to purchase the module to use in their product, they would have to go through the certification process.
The documentation links will be fixed on the module's page, but all of the documentation can be found on the Quicksilver Eval kit's page.
Lastly, the Quicksilver 2.0 is the up-to-date Quicksilver Eval kit being sold toady. The GitHub repo you found, Quicksilver-3.0, can be run on the current Quicksilver.
I hope this information is helpful.