64 channel RTD measurement for Raspberry Pi

A project in Cupertino, CA by Sequent Microsystems

Status: Active

Low cost, 4 to 64 channels, precision RTD data acquisition system for Raspberry Pi
Backers: 51
Average Daily Pledges: $315
Average Pledge Per Backer: $93

Funding: $4,723 of $1,000
Dates: Jul 28th -> Aug 27th (30 days)
Project By: Sequent Microsystems
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Latest News

Stackable 3D enclosure files

August 7th - via:
The enclosure was made by a professional designer, so we trust is good, but we did not receive yet the physical prototype, so it's still experimental. One of the backers asked us to post it anyway, he wants to modify it for another project. So here... (Read More)

Stackable Raspberry Pi HAT provides up to 64 Resistance Temperature Detectors

July 28th - via:
Sequent Microsystems is Kickstartering a stackable, $30 and up “Mega-RTD” HAT that supports up to 64 Resistance Temperature Detector (RTD) channels for precise temperature measurements. (Read More)

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