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PiSense


PiSense

Wireless sensor network for Raspberry Pi

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PiSense


PiSense

Wireless sensor network for Raspberry Pi

Unique technology for discovery and invention

We provide innovative measurement solutions and tools to facilitate product development, scientific research, and operational efficiency for our customers.  We believe that test and measurement is the foundation of the advancement of science and technology.


PiSense - Simple Wireless Sensor Network for Raspberry Pi

PiSense is an easy to setup, wireless sensor network that uses your Raspberry Pi to collect sensor data and make it available on the web.  Just attach the PiSense Hub to your Pi's GPIO port and run our open source data collection app to start logging data from one or multiple sensors.  View your sensor data in real time or historical graphs from any web browser, anywhere.

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LR4


LR4
USB Laser Rangefinder

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LR4


LR4
USB Laser Rangefinder


LR4 - Precision USB Laser Rangefinder

The LR4 interface board adds a USB port to an off-the-shelf, inexpensive laser distance measurement tool, allowing software to control the rangefinder and automate data collection.

When attached to a simple Fluke 414D laser measurement tool (available Fry's or Amazon.com for around $125), the LR4 forms a USB attached laser rangefinder ideal for industrial or robotics use.

Range:                           0.1 to 50 meters
Accuracy:                      3mm max / 2mm typical
Interface:                        USB
Power Consumption:       < 200mA (USB bus powered)
Measurement Rate:         0.4 to 2.5 Hz

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PiSense Software


PiSense Software

open source / customizable

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PiSense Software


PiSense Software

open source / customizable


PiSense puts your sensors on the web

Real-time PiSense sensor data can be viewed using a web browser from anywhere on any device, smart phone, or computer.  Historical data is logged to the Raspberry Pi's SD card and is also viewed though the web interface.

Simple, but powerful wireless sensors

Our first sensors are almost ready to ship.  The first three sensors will measure and log environmental conditions, motion, or both.  More sensors are coming soon to measure contact temperature, distance, and electric power consumption.