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Ninja Counter - An Arduino & Raspberry Pi Programmable Timer

A project in Carleton Place, Canada by Patrick Thomas Mitchell

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The Ninja Counter - A versatile up/down counter and point counter that can be programmed manually, or with your Arduino or Raspberry Pi
Backers: 48
Average Pledge Per Backer: $52 CAD

Funded: $2,517 CAD of $2,000 CAD
Dates: Sep 13th -> Oct 13th (30 days)
Project By: Patrick Thomas Mitchell
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Latest News

Thanks Everyone! The packages will be arriving this week.

October 2nd - via:
Hi all! Thanks for helping to make this campaign a success!  The hardware will be arriving this week.  I'll send you some pictures of the circuit boards as soon as they arrive.   I expect everything to be in my hands by the end of this coming... (Read More)

The Ninja Counters are in Transit! I'll have the hardware by mid-to-late next week =D

September 30th - via:
Hi everyone! I just wanted to let you know that the hardware is in transit.  I should have the package next week.  From there, I'll be programming bootloaders, the V1.0 program, and making up kits.   The sets that are to be assembled will need a... (Read More)

I'll be submitting and paying for orders today =)

September 20th - via:
Hi all! While this campaign hasn't yet been funded, we're pretty close.   I'm going to submit and pay for all hardware orders today.  This is so that I should have all of the hardware in-house extremely early!  Thanks for being on-board with me... (Read More)

Thanks for a great first week, everyone! I am looking to make the parts order late next week!

September 15th - via:
Hi everyone. Thank you all for being a part of this campaign =)  It is going to be a small one, but that is a good thing.  It will make the project easier to complete.  I am making a large PCB/assembly order late next week, and this hardware will... (Read More)

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