Modular Test & Measurements
Open and hackable with growing community
Over the last 50 years I have used numerous different power supplies but this is way ahead of even most of the very latest. I had never even considered some of the features offered but now I am using them I wonder how I ever managed without them.
I love my BB3! It’s an awesome open source programmable power supply
Brilliant hardware/software design with thorough documentation and schematics. It’s clear a lot of love and thought has gone into their products.
This is the second product I have backed with Envox and I couldn’t be happier.
Really enjoying my BB3, in the coming weeks it’s going to be used extensively whilst I test a whole production run of boards
This is really open source at its best. The documentation, support and most importantly capabilities of the device seriously surpass anything I have seen in the commercial world for this price.
Open source hardware at its best – outperforms closed source solutions, and not only are the schematics shared there’s a site with detailed explanations and discussion about the various elements built into the supplies.
Really excellent products with the best development team backing it for continued improvements, feature additions and firmware updates.
A really good test & measurement ecosystem to be a part of.
If you are a power user and care about knowing everything about your product, then get Envox Experimental Zone hardware!
Their products are customizable to the extreme and with a little work can do things hardware 10x more expensive only dreams of doing.
Fantastic products for the open source hardware community. Envox provide excellent product support.
I love my H24005 and BB3 power supplies, and I am looking forward to more great products.
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