PowMeter Shield Nano

by Pandauino

A powerful, tiny power monitor shield for your Arduino Nano

View all updates Apr 19, 2019

Pre-delivery Update

Dear backer,

Here is some good news and some more delays to consider:

The shields are fabricated:

Considering the small number of boards, I made them myself. This was more difficult than expected because I switched to no-lead solder paste. This needs a higher temperature and it does not spread very well. Plus the fact that the PCB is 2 oz copper (for its heat dissipation capability) it was very difficult to heat properly.

Finally I could bake them

And we have a small batch ready

I upgraded the MCU to Atmega328p because Atmega168p was full over 90% and thus it might not allow any firmware upgrade.

Some delays to consider

I just received the split cables today, but I am still waiting for some more OLEDs to add to the kits so I will try to ship some orders next week but others will have to wait maybe 2 or 3 more weeks.

I will keep you informed.


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Product Choices

$55

PowMeter Shield

You will receive one fully assembled and tested PowMeter Shield. Also included is a custom USB data cable you can use to simultaneously program the Nano host and power the PowMeter Shield.


$59

PowMeter Shield Starter Kit

Everything you need to start monitoring power consumption. You will receive one PowMeter Shield, one custom programming/monitoring USB cable, and one Nano clone.


$69

PowMeter Shield Deluxe Kit

Everything you need to start monitoring AND displaying power consumption. You will receive one PowMeter Shield, one custom programming/monitoring USB cable, one Nano clone, and one 0.49" OLED I2C module.


$99

PowMeter Two-pack

You will receive two PowMeter Shields and two custom programming/monitoring USB cables.


$275

PowMeter Starter Kit Five-pack

You will receive five PowMeter Starter Kits: five PowMeter Shields, five custom programming/monitoring USB cables, and five Nano clones.

Credits

Pandauino

I have been interested by electronics as a hobby for a couple of years and wanted to go as far as possible in the development of a finished product.


Thierry GUENNOU

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