The Samsung galaxy tablet has a usb, so I can just plug the Lite , but what programs I would need ?As long as you're running 4.0 or above and the device itself supports USB host, then it shouldn't be a problem supporting the FTDI chipset that Elithion uses.
I've had success connecting other devices that use the FTDI chipset (Prologix GPIB converter) with my Samsung Galaxy 2 7inch Tablet. Just got myself a terminal emulator and a USB adapter for it and off it went.
Thank You.There's a ton of terminal emulators out there.
I used Slickdev Labs "Slick USB 2 Serial Terminal"
That will be great.We're now working with a user of the Lithiumate Lite, developing a solution that will bring graphic monitoring of the Lite to any platforms, by using WiFi and any browser.
We'll announce it when it's ready.
how is the progress on this? Some are anxiously waiting!
Very nice, when it will be release ? What hardware is needed ?
Any day. It took us some time to make it work with Apple products, but now we're all set.
It's a plug and play box, which we're about to sell. It's a "black box" with a 12 V power input and a USB cable. It's pretty straightforward:
- Power it; connect it to the Lithiumate
- Select the "Lithiumate" WiFi network on your device; enter "elithion" as the password
- Open a browser, go to 10.1.1.1
Indeed it's a "great" price. I was afraid of that. Some people are too greedyI'm placing an order right now for an elithiumate lite, and the new wifi option adds $228 to the price. This is great!
If it's working with others smartphone, not only with the iPhone, then it's the perfect solution for me.$31, not $70
I respect that, so I am offering you the instruction on building your own WiFi Hot-spot, courtesy of Peter Chave.
Please do let us know how it works out for you, how much it ends up costing you, and how many hours you'll spend on it.
1PR0106M - Elithion 106mm Cell Board (Middle) $15.00 eachDoesn't sound excessive to me. Wireless display is fairly new, and I'm glad they added it as an option to this BMS. How much did you get charged for replacement/spare boards?