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Goal of the project

This project was done at the Hackuarium association, a DIY biology hacking-space and open laboratory located in Ecublens (Switzerland). Feel free to contact us if you would like additional information or would like to buy a fully built and tested pHMeter.

Recently, the open-source and open-hardware community has been involved in the creation of open scientific tools. In this context, a few pH and conductivity projects emerged. However, none of them was sufficiently evolved to be casually used in a laboratory. It is for this reason that we started this project.

Our goal was to create a simple pH and conductivity meter reliable, precise and cheap.

Cloning the project

All the code since the first day is open-source and you may get the code on:

This project uses SUBMODULES.

In order to clone it use:

git clone --recurse-submodules

To update the submodules:

git submodule update --recursive --remote