A couple of weeks ago we launched the crowdfunding of ANAVI Fume Extractor - an open source smart WiFi solder smoke absorber. Just like your favorite ANAVI Thermometer, ANAVI Fume Extractor is also powered by ESP8266 and over MQTT works with Home Assistant and other popular open source IoT platforms, and it's crowdfunding now! Also, join our Ask Me Anything (AMA) on Crowd Supply Discord channel this Wednesday at 1pm Pacific to learn more and discuss all of the entirely open source ANAVI projects. Read the full update.
In a previous update we explained how to build it from source and upload it on ANAVI Thermometer through Arduino IDE. However this is time consuming and requires a lot of configurations. If you just need to get the latest stable version the fastest and easiest way is to download a pre-compiled binary and flash it with esptool. Read the full update.
Our new family member has arrived! It has the same dimensions as ANAVI Thermometer and it is also entirely open source but it serves a complete different function. ANAVI Miracle Controller is an ESP8266-powered Wi-Fi development board to control two 5V or 12V addressable (digital) LED strips. Read the full update.
Learn how backer Karl S. used Anavi Thermometer in his home automation system to preserve domestic tranquility. Read the full Report to see how he did it. Read the full update.
Read the full update to learn how Anavi Thermometers were used to create an intelligent zone control system for an unbalanced ducted A/C system. Read the full update.
Did you make something amazing with your Anavi gear? Let us know by submitting a Field Report and you can get a Crowd Supply credit and win prizes! Read the full update to find out how. Read the full update.
I have publish a short video tutorial to explain how to switch from Celsius to Fahrenheit. Read the full update.
ArduinoJson 6 is out and other news from ANAVI Technologies. Read the full update.
Let me show you how the Home Assistant discovery feature works with ANAVI Thermometer. Read the full update.
A quick guide on using OpenHAB 2 on the ANAVI Thermometer. Read the full update.
All kits with ANAVI Thermometer include a mini monochrome OLED display. It works out of the box with the default firmware for ANAVI Thermometer. Read the full update.
Check out this ANAVI Thermometer assembly video. Read the full update.
During the weekend I have published a short video tutorial in YouTube how to compile and upload an Arduino sketch to it through Arduino IDE. Read the full update.
Once again, we have managed to ship all orders for ANAVI Thermometer from the crowdfunding campaign ahead of schedule! Read the full update.
We are happy to announce that we have started shipping slightly ahead of schedule. All orders for pledge ANAVI Thermometer have been shipped as well as a few of the other orders for the kits. Read the full update.
After a lot of hard work the first batch of ANAVI Thermometer is almost ready, and we will start shipping some of the orders in several days. If you need to update your shipping address, please visit your account page. Read the full update.
A short tutorial on running the ANAVI Thermometer on batteries Read the full update.
Yes, we did it! The crowdfunding campaign ended on Feb 23, 2019 and our open source project ANAVI Thermometer was successfully funded. Read the full update.
Although the main purpose of ANAVI Thermometer is measuring ambient room temperature, our development board is also useful for those of you interested in measuring temperature of liquids. Read the full update.
I am happy to announce that the manufacturing of the first batch of ANAVI Thermometer has already started. Read the full update.
Check out the ANAVI Thermometer user manual on Github! Read the full update.
Thank you all for the great start to the ANAVI Thermometer campaign. Read the full update.
ANAVI Thermometer is here! It is a user-friendly and an entirely open source solution at an affordable price. Read the full update.