The Pax Instruments T400 temperature datalogger Kickstarter campaign is live! The T400 can connect to four thermocouples simultaneously, and logs temperatures directly to an SD card, so it can operate independently or while connected to a computer. I want to continue developing this product and expand the line to other instruments and I'd love your [...]
I am excited to announce that Pax Instruments will be at MakerFaire NYC on September 20 & 21, 2014. Come visit exhibit #42316 "Pax Instruments T400 Temperature Datalogger" and play with working prototype hardware. I hope to see you there. While you're waiting, learn about the T400 or follow Pax Instruments on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, [...]
When analyzing or debugging your electronics project one of the easiest places to start is with the finger test. Simply touch your finger to each of the components on your board to which component is misbehaving and heating up.
You can now find the T400 on Hackaday.io. I also submitted the T400 temperature datalogger for the Hackaday Prize. Let’s go to space! Please vote for the T400 if you see it in the voting queue. Thank you for your support. […]
The T400 v0.7 PCBs arrived this morning, so I got straight to work assembling a board. I am pleased with the results. I recommend ordering your PCBs through DirtyPCB.com. I do not have a place I can recommend for stencils, but I do recommend them for surface mount boards. This is my setup. Eagle file [...]
You can now find repositories for the T400 on Github. The design files are being migrated from the monolithic development repository to Github, so it will be at least a few days until everything is uploaded. You can find links to the repositories and other downloads on the T400 product page. Sign up below to [...]