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Kenometer Pro and USB screenshots and build updates

roosl

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Re: Kenometer Pro and USB screenshots

Haha.. iKenometer, iLPM.. Nah, no app for that.
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Re: Kenometer Pro and USB screenshots

I use Apple computers since 1996 and fortunately the style of "i-apps" is just a recent thing, in fact the 99% of applications don't use this kind of name ;)
 

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Re: Kenometer Pro and USB screenshots

Oh I know. I've been using MAC products since the early 80's. I don't prefer them. besides, 99% of mac users at one point and time or another come to a point where they have to install windows in a virtual environment for some program or another so, why worry about it?
 

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Re: Kenometer Pro and USB screenshots

Here is a video of the meter in action.

 

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hahah isn't that the point????
 

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Kenom directs slipstreams attention to post #5 in this thread. As to how soon they will be available. Who knows. I'd like to see them finished and ready to be assembled by 3-4 weeks out.
 
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How did i miss that .. woops..

One thing if i could suggest if you dont already have it would be a small thin hard cover for the thermal head to protect the detector.
 

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Re: Kenometer Pro and USB screenshots

Great job on the LPM guys!

The code seems silky smooth, with a very nice refresh rate, in the video. The bar graph display style really comes to life in real-time.

Like HIMNL9 I was a going to suggest a line graph, based on the first image, but seeing it in operation I can see why you guys stayed with the bar style.

Really top notch stuff, can't wait to see what your finished product looks like.

Big thumbs up from me.
 

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I see you took my advice to use a textured enclosure...
That enclosure looks a lot nicer... (same texture as the Deluxe LaserBee I
enclosure)... No chance of stray reflections off a shiny enclosure surface.

If you don't mind... I'll make another suggestion...

If you are going with a membrane switch pad... then I highly
suggest you use the clicky type swiches and not the
resitive type... (talking from past experience)...:cool:


Jerry
 

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the membrane switches I'll be getting will be TACTILE clicky's. You'll hear them click with every activation cause they have a metal dome on the top of each.
 
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Very Cool this is going to be a sweeeet meter !



the membrane switches I'll be getting will be TACTILE clicky's. You'll hear them click with every activation cause they have a metal dome on the top of each.
 




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