Yes! We did it! Thanks to your support for ANAVI Gardening uHAT, the crowdfunding campaign has ended successfully and the project is fully funded.
As a small open source project, ANAVI Gardening uHAT relies on you, the community! The campaign hit all of its stretch goals. So, we will add some awesome KiCad and ANAVI Technology stickers. KiCad is the free and open source software used to design ANAVI Gardening uHAT. Over time, we will make more video tutorials for the supported sensors. In fact, we have already shared a tutorial about the capacitive soil moisture sensors.
Delivering after a successful crowdfunding campaign is always hard. As you know from the previous update, we had already sourced a lot of the components and manufactured the first batch of printed circuit boards. Now that we know the exact quantities, we are sourcing the required additional peripheral components for each kit. As always, we will keep you updated on the manufacturing progress.
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