I am delighted to announce that Dr. Wattson is now Back In Stock! Just received the next batch of Dr. Wattson and it is all tested and ready to ship! Thanks for your patience! -Sridhar
Raymond | Aug. 16, 2018
Miwa | Aug. 7, 2018
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Upbeat Labs designs and creates innovative products for the Maker Community.
The first product is Dr. Wattson, an Energy Monitoring Breakout Board for Arduino, Raspberry Pi and other Maker-friendly MCUs. Integrating calibrated, quality energy measurements into your next project is now a breeze!
I have also created a laser cut acrylic enclosure to put Dr. Wattson in - this helps to isolate the high voltage components that are hooked up to Dr. Wattson, so only safe digital signals and wires are accessible outside for hookup to your micro-controller.
The DS1339 RTC Breakout Board is 3.3/5v friendly and can be used directly with Raspberry Pi or Arduino as plug-in-play with an innovative double header design, and is breadboard friendly too.
The Latching Relay Breakout Board has a pair of RT314F05 bistable 2-coil latching relays that can switch up to 16A @ 250VAC using 5VDC. Use it where you want to minimize power consumption as it doesn't require continuous current to maintain its state.
If you have any ideas that you need help with to bring to life, we can also take custom orders. Our areas of expertise are:
* C, C++, Python, Objective C, Swift
* Arduino and Raspberry Pi
* WiFi and MCU with TI CC3200 family and TI-RTOS
* BLE with Nordic/Bluegiga
* AWS IOT and other AWS stacks
* Rapid prototyping
* Laser cutting and 3D printing
* High fidelity electronic prototypes with small batch SMT assembly with reflow oven
Please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your request.