Well we appear to have successfully implemented all the necessary security updates to make the hosting provider happy! So we're finally back up and running. It looks as though everything is working correctly, however if you come across problems or dead links please drop us a line.
While upgrading the site I decided to revisit some of the pricing of our products. We had a good year at DSS Circuits and as such have been able to start buying supplies in larger quantities. Normally this translates into higher profits but what the heck, I decided to pass on the savings to everyone!
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Well after months of prep work and a few hiccups along the way, we've finally made the Geogram ONE available for sale. I have several more in my possesion that I still need to test before putting in stock so if it's out of stock, simply check back in a few days. I also have another large order in process that I anticipate taking delivery within the next few weeks.
Over the next few days/weeks I'll be putting together more documentation on the device and possibly starting a wiki.
Again I want to thank everyone that contrbuted to the Kickstarter campaign and everything else to make this possible. I hope you all have as much fun with it as I have been having!!
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As most of you know, the open source tracking device we've been working on here at DSS Circuits has been looking for a name.
Well I'm happy to announce, that after reading through several hundred entries, we've chosen a winner!
Well it's official...we're now on Kickstarter. As many of you know I've been working on my open source tracking device for quite some time now. I'm getting close to finishing off the prototype and decided to look for some funding to help bring the project to the next level. For those of you that don't know what Kickstarter is, it's basically a way for people to solicit funds using a technique known as crowd funding.
So please check out our listing as I think you'll see some fun and exciting rewards available to those who would like to contribute.
I finished assembling the first revision of the tracking device. Unfortunately there was a slight problem with the footprint for the BMA180 so the accelerometer portion of the board is non functional. I've also come to the realization that I'm no longer going to use 402 SMD components for future designs. As much as I love the challenge of trying to place these tiny little parts on a board I think I'm going to move to 603 and up from now on.