šŸ§° Using our Development Tools

We have created a couple tools to make developing hardware with our modules easier. Mod-EVAL BoardDatasheet šŸ“œ The Mod-EVAL board gives access to all the interfaces our modules provide. IĀ²C through a qwiic connector with 4k7 pullups pre-installedUART through the standard TX/RX pinsUSB through a Micro-B cableBNC bulkhead connector…

šŸ„ MyCodo - Environmental Monitoring and Regulation System

Some people have brought MyCodo to our attention. In their words: Mycodo is an open-source environmental monitoring and regulation system that was built to run on the Raspberry Pi.It looks like a very well put together system. Someone has already developed a wireless sensor system that reports EC and…

Previous Versions

We will still be selling our previous versions of our sensors until they go out-of-stock. We will also make special production runs for customers still wanting to use them. The documentation can be accessed here: Isolated EC Probe Interface Isolated pH Probe Interface Isolated ORP Probe Interface GitHub Repositories will…

šŸŒ The Shell Example

Each module comes with a Shell example. It provides a command-line REPL-type interface. It also demonstrates the vastly improved error checking and handling in our new modules. If there is a problem that is possible to be detected in the hardware or firmware, it will bubble up to an error…

šŸŽ‰ New Everything

We have been quiet for awhile now. In all that time, we have been working on totally new versions of everything we make. Our sensors now all come in small 25x15 mm castellated boards. Mod-EC, Mod-pH, Mod-ORP and Mod-ISO are the first results. The 25x15 form-factor is something we are…

Getting Started with the Sensor HAT for Raspberry Pi

So you've chosen to get yourself a Sensor HAT for Raspberry Pi. Thank you and Hopefully you'll find it useful and easy to use. Here are some instructions to get you started: You will be able to use the provided libraries to get started (https://github.com/u-fire/Isolated_ISE/…