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December 18, 2013

Micro Current Gold Kickstarter

at 3:28 pm. Filed under Cool Gadgets, Electronic Hacks

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The µCurrent GOLD – Precision Multimeter Current Adapter Kickstarter by our friend Dave Jones form the EEVBlog is in full swing. This is a big upgrade from the previous µCurrent that Dave was selling. The price is more than before but on a previous episode of The Amp Hour Dave was talking about some of the precision resistors that were needed for the Gold version. If I recall correctly there was a resistor in the design that cost $15 each in modest quantities. As I write this the campaign is at $52,542 of an initial goal of $9,900 (Australian Dollars) so there is no worries about getting one. Also since Dave isn’t an amateur who it trying his hand at electronics for the first time you can be guaranteed that you will be shipped a good working product in a timely fashion.

If you are interested in some behind the scenes of the making of the new version have a look at this video where Dave discusses some of the steps he has taken to improve testing speed of the panelized PCBs.

 


 

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3 Responses to “Micro Current Gold Kickstarter”

  1. Tim Says:

    This seems like it could be super useful.

  2. Jeff Says:

    Regardless of my need for something like this it’s great to see projects funded so successfully on Kickstarter and other sites!

  3. d3v14n7 Says:

    I’ve already backed this project, got one from the first production run, I can’t wait to put it to use!

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