Merry Christmas/Happy New Year!
Before Christmas we mailed out the first meter. We wanted to test the shipping system before trusting many meters to them. This was a shipment to France and it arrived safely in 7 days. It’s the first fulfilled Mooshimeter order, and an important milestone. Shipping of the bulk of orders is still contingent on app development, but it’s great to know the pipeline seems to work as expected.
iOS App In The App Store
It got approved over Christmas. You can download it here. Hooray!
Features it has:
- Scan and connect to a meter
- Textual display of meter data
- Set most meter configuration options
- Slow graphical display of meter data over time
- Fast capture of a single sample buffer (for viewing 60Hz waveforms)
- Ability to upload new firmware images to the meter
Features it hasn’t (yet):
- Logging is still problematic and will need to be patched in a firmware update
- Ability to connect to multiple meters and display values simultaneously
iOS App Source Code
iOS source code is on Github here. Thank you to everyone who signed up to beta test. If you want to contribute to the Github repo send a pull request and we’ll get a build sent to the beta group.
Want to help with Android?
Android development will be happening in a public repository and you can contribute. The repository is here. The code is forked from TI’s Sensortag Sample Application. We tried writing from scratch but weren’t making headway fast enough, so recently pivoted to a fresh start from TI’s codebase. Fortunately their licenses allow us to do so. If you’ve got Android experience and want to help, leave a comment, or just fork the repo on Github.
That’s all for now, thank you