An exciting year
Hello, everyone. This 2018 has been a very exciting year. The openQCM project is growing beyond our expectations. We have launched 2 new devices and are working on the development of new scientific tools, which I hope will help the world of research in a completely new way. For this reason, we have temporary neglected […]
Sweet openQCM Tasting Water Sucrose Solutions
I’d like to share openQCM Quartz Crystal Microbalance frequency behaviour in contact with water solutions at different weight percent of sucrose.
openQCM frequency stability of quartz crystal microbalance in typical experimental conditions
We are now testing the performances of two different openQCM devices in the most typical experimental conditions in order to measure the frequency stability of the open source quartz crystal microbalance.
openQCM the Temperature Sensor Using a Thermistor with Arduino
openQCM has a temperature sensor with high accuracy based on thermistor and Arduino. The Quartz Crystal Microbalance accuracy depends on temperature.
openQCM has Arduino inside at heart
openQCM is the fully open source quartz crystal microbalance project with an Arduino electronic board inside its heart
Enhancing openQCM Quartz Crystal Microbalance Frequency Stability and Power Consumption
Easy solution for enhancing the frequency stability and reducing the power consumption of openQCM the open source quartz crystal microbalance.
Why an Open-Source Quartz Crystal Microbalance ?
I do open source because it’s fun and it works… Companies who work with the kernel community will waste less time and they’ll just work better. Linus Torvalds Hello, in a few days, we will launch our first scientific Open Hardware product. I, therefore, believe it is appropriate, as first post to introduce and explain […]