ANAVI Thermometer combines open source hardware with free and open source software. The KiCad project and the Arduino sketch have been available at our GitHub repositories since the beginning of the project. This week we also released in GitHub the first version of the user’s manual of ANAVI Thermometer.
The user’s manual contains 7 chapters, including: step by step instructions for compiling and flashing your own software sketches on ANAVI Thermometer through Arduino IDE, frequently asked questions and notes for integration in the popular open source home automation platform Home Assistant using the machine-to-machine communication protocol MQTT.
Community is always the most important ingredient for any successful open source project. ANAVI Thermometer is entirely open source development board and provides you the freedom do study and modify any part of it. We rely on you for suggestions, ideas and recommendations. Together we can make the product better. GitHub pull requests are always welcome!
The campaign ends on Feb 23, 2019. There are more than 80 backers so far and we will start the manufacturing soon. Order now to be among the first owners of ANAVI Thermometer and to guarantee free worldwide shipping!
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