Just received a rather large shipment of BNC connectors!
The good news is I can now start producing in larger batches once again, I am starting with fulfilling several backorders, while at the same time getting stock back into the store and Tindie shouldn’t take much more then a week or so at this point! I will place another medium order of PCBs for MinipH, MinieC to keep stock(I am going to adjust the designs slightly after this next order, form factor will be the same as will performance). I also have a small stock of MiniIon and soon to be the production variant of IsoIon that will be going up on the store shortly. I know many have been waiting for a long time for these and they are finally out although stock is very limited at this point.
A big thank you to my supporters and customers, it has been a challenging last few months fighting to keep stock up! Even though it caused a slight backup the small adjustments I made to my supply chain will help us further down the road, especially with designs that require lots of probe interconnects, multiple AFEs and multiplexing 🙂 (Maybe I have said too much already hehe).
Well just wanted to send everyone a quick update! I will start posting more often as I have time.
Johannes Wiigon March 20, 2015 - 14:45:55
suuuuper!! thanks for the update!
Richardon March 20, 2015 - 19:12:10
Ryan, I was wondering if you could impliment castelations to your miniboard designs?
Ryan Edwardson March 20, 2015 - 19:27:06
I actually am planning on a version that implements this. It wont come with a BNC and all parts are on the top side so it can be solder onto another board!
If you have a preferred layout of the pads/probe connections let me know, I haven’t laid out a board yet so the form factor is still fluid and open to input!
Richardon March 20, 2015 - 21:37:51
That is awesome news. I will contact you via email because I have multiple design layout ideas.
Richardon March 25, 2015 - 16:39:54
Hi Ryan. I sent you an email by using the contact form located on this webpage. Hopefully my email didn’t land into your spam folder :-/
Ryan Edwardson March 29, 2015 - 19:59:04
Looks like it got lost in the mail. I dont see it in any of my folders(including spam) please send again!
Richardon April 3, 2015 - 01:26:25
Hi ryan, I will sum up my question here instead. I don’t exactly have a Pin layout. I was wondering if you could implement interrupt pins to easily control when to take a sample and/or when the sample is ready to get read over i2c?
Richardon July 19, 2015 - 22:38:33
Hi Ryan. How is the progress coming along?