Dragon Innovation Orders are out the door!

Dear Reader,


Excepting a few backers with address issues and failed credit card payments, all orders from the Dragon Innovation campaign are out the door!

If you’re a Dragon Innovation backer and haven’t received a tracking number yet expect an email detailing the issue with your order soon.

Orders placed after the campaign are being packed as we speak and should be out in the next few days.

What Else is Happening:

Support resources are being updated quickly as we learn from users in the field.  The support forums are quite active, if you’re having trouble getting your meter up and running head on over.  We’ll port some of the most common advice over to the FAQ page.  We also wrote a quick “Cheat Sheet” addressing some of the most common questions about how to use the app.

The primary engineering focus right now is on upgrades to the apps.  The versioning system for the Android app has been modified, you can see all versions of the Android app for download at .  The iOS7 compatible version of the iOS app is still under review for the Apple App Store.

That’s all for now, back to work!


11 Responses to “Dragon Innovation Orders are out the door!”

  1. Boyd Barrie February 3, 2015 at 1:05 am #

    Good job on the cheat sheet and the shipping. It looks like progress is happening on the software sided.

  2. Dataway February 3, 2015 at 11:48 am #

    Received my meter in the mail yesterday and found that the batteries were dead on arrival. Replaced the batteries and the meter is now working great. Thanks for a great product and a very well run project..

    • James February 3, 2015 at 6:47 pm #

      Thanks! Sorry to hear about the batteries though…

  3. Tim February 4, 2015 at 4:36 pm #

    Looking at the screenshots in the Cheat-sheet, I wondered if you could display all 3 input channels simultaneously (it would also simplify the interface slightly). I also thought using “A” for Amps and “A” for auto could be confusing.

    • James February 4, 2015 at 4:39 pm #

      Unfortunately sampling 2 channels at once is a hardware limitation.

      Regarding labels: yeah, I also dislike that “A” means auto, amperes, or amp input depending on the context. I’ve confused myself with it. Do you know any good auto vs. manual symbols?

      • Branden February 6, 2015 at 3:43 pm #

        First thing that popped into my head for manual would be like a shift pattern on a car or M with a circle around it, and for automatic possibly an A with a circle around it similarly. Its fairly common for car transmission designation like that so possibly already easily identifiable for most?

  4. Lawrie Beales February 8, 2015 at 8:13 pm #

    Great news on the mailing but USPS logic has me confused. My package left SAN FRANCISCO for the east coast of Australia on Feb 1st and has so far has spent 7 days and 2 stops getting further away, now in CHICAGO. Where to next ???

    • James February 9, 2015 at 1:59 pm #

      Hi Lawrie – that is strange, but not entirely unusual. The workings of the post office are opaque to me so I have no good explanation, sorry.

    • ScubaShan February 10, 2015 at 4:13 pm #

      Thats really odd, mine went direct from LA to Sydney in 2 days :
      February 10, 2015 11:25 Sydney, DEPARTED
      February 9, 2015 00:20 Los Angeles, DEPARTED
      February 8, 2015 18:33 Los Angeles, ARRIVED

    • Lincoln February 24, 2015 at 8:17 pm #

      Mine went LA->Brazil. It’s supposed to be coming to Canada. It’s supposedly been sitting in brazil since the 7th.

  5. German Customs February 9, 2015 at 3:24 pm #

    Hi Everybody,
    I’m not using my real name or real Email, cause I was lucky at the Customs (and I don’t want them to regret that…)
    Here is what happend:
    I was at the customs to pick up the mooshimeter.
    Guy: What is it?
    Me: A Multimeter
    Guy: Without Screen?
    Me: Yeah, it uses the Smartphone.
    Guy: Uhhh with WiFi?
    Me: Nope, Bluetooth.
    Guy: Uhhhh for that we have regulations… jabber jabber…
    … After some time …
    Guy: Here, see? There where the CE stands has to be a Number. But there is none. That is not good. So we have to keep it here and test it… jabber jabber…
    Me: *thinks* Doh!
    His Boss comes in… Asks what is going on… I told her …
    She: It is just this one?
    Me: Yup
    She: Well, since you are an Electrical Engineer… Ok, you can have it!

    Hell Yeah!
    So… yeah… got it. Great device. Just did some basic testing with it. Took a Cell-Battery, shorted it, looked happily at the current flowing. After that looked at the Voltage recovering. Never seen it this beautifully. (Is this correct english grammar?) Oh well.

    Anyways. Thumbs Up!
    – Me

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