OpenLogger

by Digilent

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

View all updates Nov 19, 2018

The OpenLogger Campaign is Live!

We’re excited to announce that the OpenLogger campaign is now live! Be sure to check out the campaign page for details about the project and stay tuned for updates as we make progress. We want backers to be able to start logging and instrumenting as soon as possible, so many of our updates will contain technical and timeline details on the status of firmware development. Assuming we are funded, we want to be able to ship hardware as soon as it’s available and functional, so we’ll release when USB streaming is complete. Right now we have completed calibration, power supply functionality, and waveform generation. Hardware will ship with Analog input streaming to WaveForms Live via USB and the ability to save calibration to flash.

After that functionality will be added in the following order:

  • Data averaging
  • Logging to an SD card
  • Reading data while logging
  • Wi-Fi support
  • Digital I/O support

We’ll make sure to keep everyone updated with our progress and any interesting challenges or updates!

If you’re interested in how firmware updates will work you can check out the process in this document https://reference.digilentinc.com/reference/software/waveforms-live/update-firmware.


$13,582 raised

of $10,000 goal

135% Funded!

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$109

OpenLogger

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


$124

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.


$134

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

Credits

Digilent

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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