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  1. Thanks for the info. Just being a bit of a squeaky wheel. πŸ™ƒ
  2. In due course, it would be nice to have Mozilla Quantum compatibility. Just thought I would throw this out there....πŸ€” Mike
  3. Well, a belated callout for the inclusion of the CyberMonday Openscope-BNC adapter offer. I am about to pay for the OpenScope education version. Can I get the BNC adapter included for free? πŸ˜‡ BTW, if that doesn’t work, who/where can I contact to purchase/include a BNC adapter with my OpenScope purchase? Thanks! Mike
  4. Congratulations on the second stretch goal! πŸ†πŸ† Even if the resolution stays the same, the "Improved datalogger" is a wonderful feature with respect to sensors. Anybody care to expand on anticipated sample rate range?
  5. Thanks for the responses! FYI, one sensor is analog. So it should work ( There is even a temperature output option.) The other sensor is a problem because it involves specialized SPI code. I hope that open firmware will permit the interface. @LariSan - nice, but cost-prohibitive. If it came to a choice, I would settle for 12-bit ADC. And then, there is the cost of the two sensors.πŸ™„ The more I have discussed the idea with chem/sensor resources, the more I appreciate the true value of the entire end-for-end integrated package of data acquisition, signals, and WaveForm all at an incredible price point. That's important for the instrumentation market sector that I happen to inhabit. πŸ˜• @Kristof - Exactly, a narrow bandwidth, 1 or 2 channel 16-bit datalogger might be an acceptable high resolution app that does not disrupt the business model too much. πŸ˜‡ I can't wait to see what happens next!
  6. I am a scientist who is frequently tasked to characterize instrumentation ( As opposed to calibrating to NIST standards.) I noted with interest on the OpenScope Kickstarter page: "monitor long-term (create an IoT device to capture, calculate, and log readings over many hours or days)" Life would be a LOT easier if I could use an affordable solution like an OpenScope-WaveForm with two 16-bit sensors at <<1000sps each. Then I read the part about 12-bit 48 channel ADC. Well, I would settle for 12-bit, but I have to ask.. Question: Is it practical to sacrifice bandwidth and <44 channels to achieve some semblance of 16-bit resolution? I appreciate that Digilent should not be expected to cannibalize their commercial offerings in favor of the OpenScope project. I am hoping that EE wizards will find a 2-channel, 16-bit, 1000 sps OpenScope to be of no threat to their productline/market. On the other hand, it would of tremendous help to scientists! 😬 Thanks for your patience, and congratulations on a spectacular Kickstart!