Maypole

by Akshar Vastarpara

Wireless file storage from anywhere

Jan 22, 2021

Adding GPIO

One of our backers made a great suggestion: why not add GPIO expansion to Maypole? We liked the idea so much, we decided to do it! To that end, we designed a revision with four GPIO so that Maypole can be used to interface with sensors and other hardware add-ons. These pins can be used for SPI, I²C, UART, or analog input. Read the full update.


Jan 08, 2021

Photos of Our 3D-Printed Enclosure!

We recently completed a batch of 3D-printed enclosures for Maypole. This update includes photographs and design files so you can print your own! Read the full update.


Dec 17, 2020

PCB & Enclosure Design Files and Expanded Connectivity Options

We did it! Thank you to everyone who helped us reach our funding goal. We can't wait to get your Maypole in the mail! This update includes links to design files and a brief description of a key firmware feature that we're currently implementing. Read the full update.


Dec 10, 2020

Our Crowdfunding Campaign is Now Live!

Today, crowdfunding begins for a new kind of open hardware storage system. Maypole allows users to share data wirelessly and makes it easier for designers to add Wi-Fi and Bluetooth functionality to their products. Come check it out! Read the full update.


$6,403 raised

of $1,500 goal

426% Funded! Order Below

Product Choices

$42

Maypole With Battery

Includes a 3.7 V, 370 mAh LiPo battery and charging circuitry that allow you to upload and download files while Maypole is unplugged


$35

Maypole Without Battery

If you only need to transfer files while Maypole is connected to a host device, you can skip the battery to save on size, weight, and cost.


$42

Maypole With Programmer (No Battery)

Help us add new features! One Maypole (without battery) connected by six pre-soldered wires to an FTDI programmer with a MiniUSB port. Comes with a male MiniUSB to male USB Type-A cable.

Credits

Akshar Vastarpara


Akshar Vastarpara

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