The Open Source Hardware Association(OSHWA) runs a free program that permits creators to accredit that their hardware abides by the neighborhood meaning of open source hardware Whenever you see the certification logo, you know that the licensed hardware satisfies this requirement.
The certification website consists of a complete list of all of the licensed open source hardware. Here is all of the hardware that was accredited in September, which comes from Croatia, France, Germany, Mexico, Poland, Spain, and the United States:
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The M-BUS-TTL-Converter, which permits communication in between a computer and the M-Bus network, a European standard for remote meter reading in addition to reading other consumption meters.
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Diskio Pi, a DIY set that enables you to include a 13′ IPS touch screen, sound output, USB center, and battery to your Rasperry Pi.
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The Beaglebone AI, a board that makes it easy to explore AI and Device Knowing applications out on the planet.
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EchidnaShield, an open source board with incorporated sensors and actuators targeted at facilitating the learning of physical systems setting in primary and secondary courses.
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The Arbol IoT, a sensor that assists examine differences between tree zones and non-tree zones within a city.
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DDSBEE, a microcontrolled DDS oscillator circuit compatible with the XBee footprint.
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EEZ H24005, a DIY-friendly from another location programmable bench power supply managed by Arduino Fee with color TFT touch-screen display screen and encoder.
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BikePixels, a set of customizable front and rear roadway bike lights that allow you to set up shown style, pick the color you want or activate among the various animation impacts to make yourself more visible on the road.