This week we have a guest author post from Fabricio Cano, Pablo Cremades and Nano Castro. They are members of reGOSH in Argentina where they have been developing open hardware tools and methods for measuring soil active carbon.
In March we received lots of great questions from the community! These were submitted to email@example.com or via our Contact Form. We are sharing four of these along with our responses this week. We will be compiling these and other frequently asked questions into a web page shortly.
This week we are debuting a new Newsletter format called "We answer questions!" As the name suggests, we are sharing (anonymously of course) a few questions we have received over the last month along with our responses. As these are general technical questions relating to our open hardware products, we
This is the documentation site for the Rodeostat Open Potentiostat. Documentation includes instructions and links to hardware design files, Rodeostat software, electrochemistry tutorials & publications using the Rodoestat potentiostat.
This is the documentation site for the Open Colorimeter. The Open Colorimeter is an open hardware science instrument for researchers, educators and hobbyists. It is used with colorimetric assays for environmental studies, water-quality monitoring, biochemistry and much more. This is a standalone, portable instrument which can be used either in
This is the documentation site for the Rodeostat FeatherWing. The Rodeostat FeatherWing is an open source potentiostat designed to be compatible with Adafruit's Feather/FeatherWing system.
This is the documentation site for the pH FeatherWing. The pH FeatherWing V0.2 is a pH electrode amplifier which is designed to be compatible with the Feather/FeatherWing system.