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Water Quality Sensor

Developed during the Water Hackathon on March 23-25 in New York City, the water quality sensor is a multipurpose tool for collecting data remotely. This tool is rapidly changing and is being used as part of the on going research initiative called DontFlush.Me

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This CFL works the best

by dhaffnersr almost 2 years ago | 4 | 1,204 | 2

After a thousand spectral tests, I have found one CFL that I have gotten a quality calibration fi...

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Turbidity sensor prototype

by donblair about 2 years ago | 7 | 3,123 | 6

Surrounded by friends who were putting together Dracula, Zombie, and etc equipment, I decided to:...

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Coqui BBv1.0: Testing conductivity of a solution

by donblair over 3 years ago | 1 | 1,342 | 3

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Riffle dev: 'Fun w/ Five-Five-Fives'

by donblair over 3 years ago | 12 | 3,547 | 1

Ben Gamari had implemented an ingenious version of the Riffle hardware that measured the condu...

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by flint almost 4 years ago | 4 | 2,077 | 0

Arduino based low cost remote stream gauge see presentation[][(

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An Arduino Based UnderWater Sensor Platform

by EdMallon almost 4 years ago | 38 | 9,314 | 5

Early in 2011 I became fascinated by the open source hardware movement, and saw the potential for...

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First wireless transmission, mchck to mchck!

by donblair about 4 years ago | 4 | 2,830 | 0

As part of our [IOBY crowdfunding campaign to develop a DIY water quality sensor](https://ioby...

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Water Hackathon NYC Scribble Feed

by Shannon almost 6 years ago | 0 | 1,951 | 0

Public Lab co-sponsored the Water Hackathon in NYC this past weekend with Pachube and Ushahidi. T...

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