Whew, we are finally publicly launching the LiFePO4wered/Pi+!
I just checked back through my Hackaday.io project logs and it was early April 2017 when I started doing the first experiments that would lead to this release. It’s been 16 months since then, months filled with research, design, layout, prototyping, testing, fire, firmware development, frustration, more prototyping, testing, victories, documentation, marketing materials, and a video. And we’re finally here, the LiFePO4wered/Pi+ is now publicly available!
Some early business partners have been using LiFePO4wered/Pi+ prototypes since the beginning of the year and have been very helpful with feedback and testing, and the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive. Now it’s finally available to the general public, at a good price too! Our earliest backers can take advantage of the early bird special, so reserve yours now!
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