Welcome back to another Pokit Pro weekly update. Here are all the latest project updates:
The IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) test house conducting Pokit Pro’s safety certification have notified us of some minor changes that we need to make to Pokit Pro’s design. The main one is some adjustments to the probe top shroud that are essential to achieve CATIII certification. Another change is some more warning labels pad printed onto Pokit Pro. Both changes are easy to implement and shouldn’t affect the delivery timeline.
The IEC house has also had several questions about Pokit Pro’s size. They haven’t conducted certification on a device that is so compact and so different from other measurement devices and were asking how we ensured that the device would meet the safety standards. Our industrial designers and hardware engineers jumped on a call this week to provide them with a detailed explanation of how Pokit Pro’s boundary-pushing design meets each element of the safety standard. After this is fully resolved, the safety certification will continue.
The IEC house has notified us that we should receive certification results within two weeks. This is later than we had anticipated a few weeks ago, but we are still confident in Pokit Pro’s ability to pass. We want to continue to be transparent through our journey, and while we know that you have all been waiting a long time now for Pokit Pro, we appreciate your ongoing patience and support!
In other developments, we have finished the user guides for the new Pokit App’s multimeter function. We are now recording tutorials for the oscilloscope and logger functions and will soon post these guides on the Pokit forum. Be sure to look forward to those!
Our hardware engineers have now completed hardware verification. Our software engineers and app developers have finished fixing the last bugs on the multimeter function in the new Pokit App and continue to work on the oscilloscope and logger functions.