The production is going well and the first new blueReader are ready!
Slowly we are getting the hang of it 🙂
In the last production cycles, a problem with the battery emerged, where it breaks sometimes apart from the pcb and tears the antenna cable from the pcb : / But those will be exchanged, fortunately, no complete loose and the current casting method looks a lot nicer than the old one 🙂
Eleven new ones have already been sent out, including the first four preorders!
Currently 44 people have an invitation to finally order their device and get it delivered before Christmas 🙂 The 10 next pre-ordered devices will be shipped later this week.
In addition, we have modified the case, now it has much more space to accommodate the USB connector and the holder has also been made a little thicker, as it has been broken in some occasions.
What else is in the news?
Shortly we will also offer tapes, but we will show that when it’s done 🙂
I would like to add to the Apple App openLibreReader real Watch functions and if possible also a stand-alone function to read and push the data to nightscout. All I need is a watch that I do not have. That’s why there is a donation call to finance an Apple Watch: https://www.leetchi.com/c/openlibrereader-apple-watch
That’s it for updates for today, hopefully there will be more news soon 🙂
The Crowdfunding campaign is finally over, except for a few people who still not redeemed their vouchers , all other blueReaders have been sent 🙂
For this we have improved our production in recent weeks
Now, a small mechanical helper supports us to produce much faster the boards. The boards have been further optimized with the help of all the experience we gained in the past year. We have also optimized the silicone casting with a complete new processes and the housing have been redesigned for easier casting and a better fitting for the USB plug.
Today, the first 44 boards for the pre-orders have been checked by me for the next production steps.
Thus, the first 40 pre-orderers will soon receive their invitation 🙂 Until Christmas, we want to try to send the most of the current pre-orders!
today I could finally devote myself to the forum 🙂
In the sidebar on the right you can see the entry points for the forum:
Some have already registered and were certainly disappointed that they could write no contributions, or that entries did not appear on the page, this should now work as intended. As always only a small thing in the configuration of the software…
Today I was able to upload the next version of the openLibreReader software to Apple. All testers will receive the update in the next days automatically via TestFlight.
At the same time, I have released the software at https://github.com/blueToolz/openLibreReader-iOS- for all, including the updated version.
- LimiTTer support
- TodayWidget with current glucose and history
- resolves a bug with the inital value of “no Data”-Alarm which was to low with 2 minutes.
Next on software, it is the 1: 1 implementation for Android and adding further features, especially the calibration.
For the blueReaders, there are now exactly 17 left from the Crowdfunding, more information regarding the current production state I will receive tomorrow, I am very anxious about how fast we can start shipping to all the preorders 🙂
today i finally submitted the first Version of the openLibreReader app to the Apple AppStore. Hopefully a release will occur in the next few days. Everybody who wants to participate in testing the app through apples TestFlight can write me an email wir subject TestFlight and email address as well as full name to firstname.lastname@example.org
As I’m currently traveling I will write a bigger status update regarding state of production and the opensource link to the openLibreReader repository at the weekend.
With today’s ready-packed devices, now 34 blueReaders have been shipped and actually one has already been exchanged.
All who are waiting now: It’s going forward! Every day we are getting slightly better, find new details in production and continue to optimize!
Actually, we had hoped for 5-10 devices a day, but unfortunately we do not make it yet :/ Why?
- Problems in potting and a possibly poor batch of silicone have generated almost 30 damaged blueReaders we needed to unpack and prepare for another round..
- Due to too much use of release agents during soldering, components on almost 20 boards were damaged, all had to be checked manually and defective components replaced.
- Poor pigments have led to bleed out of colors from some blueReaders.
- A few changed details in the components of the blueReader, which help us to improve the current flow while charging, required a revision on nearly 40 blueReader boards and almost all wireless loader boards that had already been manufactured.
So as always: plenty to do 🙂
Also at the software I am still working on, unfortunately still not completely presentable, but hopefully more in the next days …
The current state is that we still have problems with few devices on Android 7. However, it is still not quite clear whether there are errors in xDrip+ or the Android or something else. But we’re working on it!
Heute erreichten mich auch nachfragen zu dem Thema:
Wie kann ich die Werte auf einem anderen Gerät verfolgen?
Für ein lokales Netzwerk geht das recht einfach zwischen zwei Android Handys. Dazu einfach einen Blick in die Video-Anleitung von jamorhan werfen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LcgjfbYcWkE
Wenn es auch über das Internet gehen soll oder mit iOS, dann muss man Nightscout benutzen. Ein Diabetes-Management-System in der Cloud. Eine ausführliche deutsche Anleitung gibt es unter http://nightscout-user-guide.readthedocs.io/en/latest/index.html zu finden, inklusive des Einrichtens der xDrip-App um die Daten in die Cloud zu bekommen. Für die iOS-blueReader-App wird dies analog sein.
Um den Daten dann zu folgen gibt es neben der eigenen NightScout-Webseite auch verschiedene Apps:
Beispiele für iOS:
Beispiele für Android: