View all updates Aug 14, 2019

Funded!

The funding portion of the campaign is finished, now I finish the work and provide the boards!

Where we stand today:

I have received a small group of PCB’s to make one last review of the design/silkscreen/etc before the final order, and a good thing - I had swapped a 3.3 V and ground pin on one of the extra headers, but the silkscreen label was not changed, potentially leading to some confusion. I assembled a board, and it looks good, works well, and am ready to order.

It’s even the proper color! This was entirely my work populating the board, and the PCB’s were HASL instead of ENIG, so none of the joints look quite as nice they will in production.


$1,990 raised

of $1,300 goal

153% Funded! Order Below

Product Choices

$35

Obsidian ESP32

One Obsidian ESP32 board


$60

Obsidian ESP32 with Case

One Obsidian ESP32 board plus a custom 3D printed carbon fiber reinforced nylon case

Credits

Thomas McKahan

Thomas is a long-time software and hardware tinkerer, beginning with Apple BASIC and 555 timers and working up to embedded Linux and system design. Having started out during a time where hardware was more difficult to obtain, the current open-source community is a breath of fresh air.


Thomas McKahan

Creator


PCBWay

PCBA Manufacturer

Subscribe to the Crowd Supply newsletter, highlighting the latest creators and projects: