by Digilent

A high-resolution, Wi-Fi enabled, open source, portable data logger

View all updates Dec 17, 2018

The OpenLogger Campaign is ending soon!

We’re nearing the end of our campaign, and wanted to thank everyone for their support so far. If you haven’t already backed the OpenLogger campaign, now is a great time to do so.

In a previous update we described a logging stress test that we ran over a weekend, that was only a test of the firmware. As of this morning we officially have data streaming from Analog Channel 1 into the User Interface

If you’ve checked out you probably noticed that you can add a simulated OpenScope and try out the OpenScope user interface. Our software engineer Alyssa is hard at work creating a Simulated OpenLogger so that backers, and interested parties can try the interface out for themselves. I’ll send out an update with instructions once we have this completed and ready to go.

Happy Holidays, and thanks again to all of our wonderful backers!

$21,497 raised

of $10,000 goal

214% Funded! Order Below

Product Choices


OpenLogger with Screw Terminal Adapter

This package includes one OpenLogger, one micro USB cable, one set of female terminated flywires, and one Screw Terminal Adapter.


OpenLogger Deluxe Kit

This package includes one OpenLogger, one micro USB cable, one set of female terminated flywires, one Screw Terminal Adapter, one 8 GB microSD card, and one Project box


Acrylic Case

An acrylic case for your OpenLogger



Digilent Inc. is a leading electrical engineering products company serving students, universities, and OEM's worldwide with technology-based educational design tools. Based in Pullman, Washington, Digilent designs, manufactures, and distributes its products on a worldwide basis.

Keith Vogel

Hardware/Firmware Engineer

Sam Kristoff

Software Engineer

Andrew Holzer

Software Engineer

Kaitlyn Franz

Alyssa Holzer

James Colvin

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