Welcome back to another Pokit Pro weekly update! Here's all the latest news from the past week:
The biggest news over the past week was that Pokit Pro has now received the official IEC safety certificate! As noted in our weekly updates, all safety certification tests were conducted and passed in August, but it has taken a few months to finalise the official certificate. This is an incredible accomplishment, and Pokit Pro is now internationally recognised for conforming to IEC 61010 safety requirements, the safety standard for measurement devices. You can find the certificate below, and you will be able to find the certificate on the IECEE database in the coming weeks under reference number 'DE 2-032828': IECEE Database
We're currently working to improve the production yield, the percentage of non-defective units from each production batch run. It is common to be lower at the start of mass production while the tools are tweaked to optimise throughput. We will continue to make improvements throughout the production process until we reach a satisfactory yield.
Our software engineers have now finished preparing the new Pokit App production release! Some final fixes to the app were improving the triggers when operating at high-speed and the ability for quicker transmission of thousands of logger samples in one go.
Congratulations on this milestone! Your product will make a lot of people safer, more productive, and help us technicians/scientists/engineers/hobbyists in turn make better things.
I recall backpacking to a remote village, and because I happened to have a portable oscilloscope, our team was able to (safely) wire up a water pump. The probe I used at the time was +/-40V maximum, so we had to use a 10x voltage divider probe and my sketchy home-built BNC to SMA adapter.
Yours obviates the need for a divider probe (and a flashlight, and possibly even the bulky case to hold it all), does more, and is safer to boot.
Thank you, Colin Ng! We think that Pokit Pro will make things simpler and safer for those who want to take measurements on the go, such as yourself.
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