Protocol Droid

by Yesil Otomasyon

An interface adapter for accessing or emulating devices through a wide variety of protocols

Dec 10, 2020

Applications & Examples

This update includes a series of tables that show the various functions that Protocol droid provides with no programming required. These tables also show a number of sample applications, each of which will be covered in a step-by-step guide that we will publish in our GitHub repository. Read the full update.


Dec 08, 2020

Crowdfunding is Live!

Looking to test your work during development without buying an expensive evaluation card? Interested in connecting or controlling devices using a wide variety of communications protocols and analog signals? If so, come have a look at Protocol Droid! Read the full update.


$1,681 raised

of $8,000 goal

21% Funded Time Expired

Product Choices

$79

Protocol Droid

One Protocol Droid interface adapter, priced below retail during this campaign


$12

Cable Set

Everything you need to connect Protocol Droid to your peripherals and to your computer: a single (male) MicroUSB to (male) USB Type-A cable (1 m long); 20 single-pin, male-to-female connectors (30 cm long); and 20 single-pin, female-to-female connectors (also 30 cm long).

Credits

Yesil Otomasyon

Oguz Aydin and Ali ElHayek are embedded software developers and hardware engineers who design and manufacture innovative products for professionals and enthusiasts alike.


Oguz Aydin

Ali ElHayek

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