ANAVI Gas Detector

An ESP8266-powered, open source, Wi-Fi dev board for monitoring air quality and detecting dangerous gases.

Nov 13, 2019

Project update 13 of 16

Get Ready for Shipping

Friday last week, 8 November, all ANAVI Gas Detectors for your orders were delivered to Crowd Supply. Now, approximately 2 weeks ahead of schedule, Crowd Supply team will start shipping them to you!

Thank you very much for supporting this crowd funding campaign! Together we created an open source product that combines open source hardware with free and open source software. Back in July when we started the crowd funding campaign we promised you an estimated shipping date Nov 22, 2019. However thanks to good planning and relying on local manufacturing in my hometown Plovdiv, Bulgaria we were able to accomplish what we promised 2 weeks earlier.

Each ANAVI Gas Detector has been packaged in a cardboard box. In each kit the acrylic enclosure and ANAVI Gas Detector are tightly bubble wrapped together to avoid damaging them during transportation. Remember to do a 24-hour calibration of MQ-135 gas sensor module as explained in the user’s manual and previous updates.

Please find below useful resources to get started with ANAVI Gas Detector:

This is just the beginning for ANAVI Gas Detector! Your contributions to our git repositories in GitHub are always welcome. We rely on the community to make this open source product even better!

Thanks, Leon

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