HealthyPi v4 - Unplugged

by ProtoCentral

A wireless, wearable, open source vital signs monitor powered by ESP32

Jun 16, 2020

We Are Back. For Our Backers!

We are out of COVID-19 lockdown and have shipped all backorders to Crowd Supply. Thank you for your patience! Those units should be on their way to backers in the coming weeks. This update also includes information about our custom Raspberry Pi OS. Read the full update.


May 13, 2020

Good News & Not So Good News

The extension (through May 18th) of India's Covid-19 lockdown will likely delay pending HealthyPi v4 shipments until the first week of June. On the upside, we've released a new application for Android and our first-ever HealthyPi v4 application for iOS! Read the full update.


Apr 03, 2020

HealthyPi v4 & COVID-19

First of all, we wish to apologize for the long delay in shipping the HealthyPi v4 kits to our latest set of backers. As you may or may not know, we are located in India, and India is currently in the middle of a 21-day "full lockdown" because of the COVID-19 outbreak. As a result, India has taken the unprecedented step of suspending nearly all incoming and outgoing international flights until April 15th. Most Indian courier services have also come to a complete standstill. We have a bunch of HealthyPi v4 kits sitting in our office, but no way to get them out. We will be shipping these as soon as DHL gets things moving. That said, the entire ProtoCentral team is working from home, and we would happy to answer any questions you might have! Also in this update: new apps, improved documentation, and a call for COVID-19-related use cases. Read the full update.


Feb 12, 2020

Crowdfunding orders shipping; all others delayed

Crowdfunding orders are shipping now. Unfortunately, shipping is delayed for all pre-order and stock HealthyPi v4 units. We expect them to be on their way by mid-March. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience. Read the full update.


Jan 17, 2020

Shipping News & Documentation

All crowdfunding orders have been processed and sent on to Crowd Supply's fulfillment partner, but it may be another couple weeks before they make it out the door to backers. We apologize for the delay. This update also announces our new documentation platform. Come check it out! Read the full update.


Dec 26, 2019

Built for Backers

Good news folks. We are almost ready to ship HealthyPi v4. All orders should be on their way to Crowd Supply within a few days, after which they will be sent to backers as quickly as possible. Read the full update.


Oct 28, 2019

Extending HealthyPi v4 – Part 2

First off, a big thank you to all of our backers. We are thrilled and humbled by your support! Though the campaign is not quite over yet, we are now moving full steam ahead with our manufacturing plans. As a reminder, you can still pre-order HealthyPi v4 from Crowd Supply, even after the campaign ends, but the price will increase by $50. Read the full update.


Oct 16, 2019

Extending HealthyPi v4 – Part 1

One of the main features and unbeatable strengths of open source hardware is the number of ways in which it can be used, modified, and improved upon. HealthyPi v4 aims to provide all of these features by allowing you to add functionality by re-programming the firmware, developing new UI elements, and integrating additional hardware. Read the full update.


Oct 09, 2019

What Makes This a Wearable Platform?

HealthyPi v4 stands out from its predecessor, HealthyPi v3, because of one major additional feature: we made it a wearable development platform. Read the full update.


Sep 25, 2019

The Story of HealthyPi

After many months of development and with support from the Crowd Supply Team, the HealthyPi v4 campaign is off to a great start. Read the full update.


Sep 20, 2019

Our Campaign Is Live!

After a long wait since we shipped HealthyPi v3, we are happy to announce that HealthyPi v4 is here! Read the full update.


$22,209 raised

of $1 goal

Funded! Order Below

Product Choices

$249

HealthyPi v4 HAT Kit

A HealthyPi v4 and all of the accessories you will need to use it: a three-electrode ECG "snap connector" cable, a 1000 mAh LiPo battery, 20 single-use ECG electrodes, a finger-clip SpO₂ probe, a Qwiic-based temperature sensor, and a HAT mounting kit with headers and screws for stacking your HealthyPi v4 atop a Raspberry Pi.

Credits

ProtoCentral


Ashwin K Whitchurch

Manikandan S

Joice TM

Biswajit Ojha

Archana V

Manigandan B

Mohammed Ibrahim

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