This update is somewhat overdue, but I’m happy to report that manufacturing is underway. Components sourcing proved to be very challenging and lead times were more than anticipated. Read the full update.
Just a reminder that the campaign will end in about 2 days, this is the last chance to grab one at this price! Post campaign target price was $66 USD, but due to recent component shortages and surge pricing, the retail price will more likely be around $70 USD. Read the full update.
Ollie is designed to be a flexible tool; one really cool feature is running a dual CAN firmware so the user can run the desired firmware without having to reflash the device every time. The schematic files are now available on Github. Read the full update.
The DB9 connector did not get much attention, although it’s a very useful tool! So now I’ve decided to make it even more useful by adding support for OBD-II Cable. Read the full update.
I would like to thank everyone who backed this project and made it possible! We are well beyond our goal, I’ve started preparing for the first production run. Ollie comes with a basic enclosure, but I'm sharing the design in case you're interested in designing a custom one. Read the full update.
The Ollie campaign is now live! Ollie is an isolated, multifunction interface module a USB-to-isolated-UARTx2/CAN/USB/RS485/RS232 converter. It combines a wide range of functionalities into one neat and affordable device. Read the full update.
We’re getting the Ollie campaign ready for launch! Meanwhile, I’m giving away two fully working free samples to gather some user feedback. Check out the full update if you're interested on how to enter this giveaway drawing! Read the full update.