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Nonolith Labs CEE USB analog electronics multitool

Posted on Saturday, July 2nd, 2011 in Bus Pirate accessories, Development, tools by the machinegeek

Ian and Kevin from Nonolith Labs write:

Our open-hardware startup just announced our first two projects, both of which are vaguely bus-pirate related. The CEE is a USB analog multitool. It can source and measure voltage and current on two channels, making it a mix of a power supply, multimeter, function generator, and oscilloscope. It’s in its very early stages, with our alpha board up at Github.

Our second project started out as a browser-based frontend for the CEE, and rapidly evolved into (what we’ve found to be) a flexible, versatile way to display data and control hardware. It’s built in Python and Javascript – out of the box, we support Firmata(on the Arduino) and the Bus Pirate’s pins as digital IOs. Our API documentation, an in-browser demo, and our Github page are linked right off of our Pixelpulse page. Check it out, and let us know what you think!

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3 Responses to “Nonolith Labs CEE USB analog electronics multitool”

  1. R says:

    Awesome! Keep an eye on these guys!

  2. Greg says:

    Wow .. I’m impressed, want to have one .. :)

  3. Greg, get in there with support through Kickstarter: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/itdaniher/cee-the-usb-analog-electronics-multi-tool Various support options give you boards, kits, built units.

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