I have developed a new firmware version and thought I’d post about it in case anyone is interested to try it out. I am calling it v2.0 since it is based on v1.2 but it introduces a lot of new functionality and it also involves a small hardware change (described further down with a photo).
The main feature of the new firmware is the fact that it has three modes of operation which are selected at initial power-up.
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