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Defrosting the Blog – Kelvin Dropper

Hi Reader, Wow it’s been a while. In 2017 I took on too many contracts at once and totally lost control of my time. Once I fell out of the habit of posting in the blog, the barrier to posting again became progressively higher, because there was more and more to catch up on. In […]

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New Distributor: RobotShop!

Hi Reader, Happy to announce that RobotShop now carries the Mooshimeter in 4 catalogs including the US, Canada, UK and EU.  For links to those specific catalogs, check the distributors page. Debugging robotics problems was what I had in mind when first designing the Mooshimeter, so I’m especially excited to work with them. ~James

Moosh.im emailing problem fixed

Hi Reader, Minor update for users who have had trouble receiving email from the moosh.im server. This has affected some users who want to participate in the forum but never received their registration emails. This is not a mooshimeter-related blog entry, but I’m writing it down in case it helps someone. Problem Some users on […]

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Thank you Electroboom!

Hi Reader, Two weeks ago ElectroBOOM used a Mooshimeter in one of his videos, which drew a surge in traffic to this website and drove a corresponding surge in sales. Thank you ElectroBOOM! I’ve actually started working on a thank you gift, more on that in another blog post. With surges in sales come surges […]

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Streaming logs over BLE and other news

Hi Reader, This is a combination announcement and general update. New Feature in Beta: Streaming Logs over BLE Up to now, retrieving the data log required retrieving the SD card itself from the meter. With the latest firmware and app, it is now possible to retrieve logs wirelessly.  It’s been released to Android beta users […]

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Short Circuiting Battery Problem

Hi Reader, Summary The most recent manufacturing run of Mooshimeters has battery contacts that weren’t deburred properly.  This has created a very frustrating problem where the burr (rough edge) of the battery contact cuts through the label of the AA battery, short circuiting the battery and causing it to heat up.  It’s not a fire hazard but it’s […]