We have received the components from Mouser, and all of the finished PCBs. This update features some issues we ran into with production, but also some bonus items for backers and a live battery survival test. Read the full update.
We decided to test the battery life of the easySwitchBox RFM95 battery. You can check out the live feed and recorded results here. Read the full update.
Thanks to your pledges, the campaign raised over $3,000 USD. This is great news, and means we are ramping up toward manufacturing... Read the full update.
Thank you very much for backing our campaign. We have decided to lower our funding goal to $3,000 USD. This update explains further, and also covers why we love RFM69\LoRa radios and Arduino compatible processors from Microchip! Read the full update.
We have decided to extend the campaign until July 26th, and we added more pledge levels! Read the full update.
In this update, we'll explore a recent test we performed while trying to find the optimum modem settings for the ratio: battery life vs. time in the air and distance. We tested different combinations of SF, CR and Bandwidth. Read the full update.
The number one challenge for compact radio-controlled device creation is PCB antenna efficiency tuning. Read the full update.
The easySwitchBox campaign is live! easySwitchBox does one simple thing – send on\off signals to any relay or actuator, or really trigger any event wirelessly and from a distance. Learn more... Read the full update.