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The wait is over! Aeroscope is now available for Android. Read the full update.
An Aeroscope app update went live this morning that improved performance and fixed some bugs. Be sure to get the latest version. Read the full update.
Today we shipped out the second batch of units to Crowd Supply. Read the full update.
We are excited to announce that all first batch Aeroscopes are shipping today from Crowd Supply! You should have received an email from them with with shipping information and a tracking number. Read the full update.
Thanks everyone for your support! We are sending the first batch of Aeroscopes to Crowd Supply's warehouse next week. The units will ship April 20th." Read the full update.
From Aeroscope's beginning, we set out to design a completely open protocol. We wanted to empower users to write their own apps because we knew we could never envision all the unique applications people would use Aeroscope for. Read the full update.
The most common question we get is whether we plan to support multiple platforms. Right now, I can say with 100% certainty that we will. Our main strategy by launching with only iOS support was to ensure a good user experience on one platform rather than a crummy experience on multiple platforms. Due to hardware and software variations between different phone and tablet vendors, it is much harder to ensure fast Bluetooth LE transmission on Android vs iOS. The app might work really well on one phone model but not at all on another without additional testing and modification. This made our launch platform decision very clear: iOS Read the full update.
Aeroscope has a +/- 40V measureable input range which is plenty for most applications but sometimes isn't quite enough. Fortunately, we designed Aeroscope's input impedance to be compatible with most standard passive probes. As long as the passive probe you are using is compatible with Aeroscope's 1M || 17 pF input impedance you can connect your probe and look at much bigger signals, e.g. +/- 400 V signals with a 10x probe. In this update I'm going to demonstrate using a 10x probe to measure US line voltage (120 Vrms or ~ 170 Vpeak). Read the full update.
Hello Aeroscope Backers, We are a week into the campaign and things are going great. Nearly sixty percent of the first batch of Aeroscopes have sold... Read the full update.
In this update we are going to review some of the basic features and functionality of Aeroscope's iPad application. Read the full update.
We want to thank everyone for supporting Aeroscope! The first day went really well and the campaign is already at almost $8000. We have sold nearly 40% of the first batch units in the first 24 hours! Read the full update.