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4 Jul 2011

Ian and Kevin from Nonolith Labs write:

Our open-hardware startup just announced our first two projects, both of which are vaguely bus-pirate related. The CEE is a USB analog multitool. It can source and measure voltage and current on two channels, making it a mix of a power supply, multimeter, function generator, and oscilloscope. It’s in its very early stages, with our alpha board up at Github.

Our second project started out as a browser-based frontend for the CEE, and rapidly evolved into (what we’ve found to be) a flexible, versatile way to display data and control hardware. It’s built in Python and Javascript – out of the box, we support Firmata(on the Arduino) and the Bus Pirate’s pins as digital IOs. Our API documentation, an in-browser demo, and our Github page are linked right off of our Pixelpulse page. Check it out, and let us know what you think!

Nonolith Labs CEE USB analog electronics multitool - [Link]

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