We’ve been quietly testing and tweaking. Here you can see Dr. Micah Brodsky setting up manual tests to verify the results of our sensors. See this older post for the backstory on how we scoured the world and my buddy Rafa was able to find us six units in Spain. These are the Spanish sensors.
Micah set up tests yesterday to manually verify the results of these sensors. For air pressure, he set up a manual water column with tubing where he could push a precise number of centimeters of water which pushes an equivalent amount of air pressure through our system. That checked out perfectly.
For air volume he borrowed that cylinder in the bottom right corner from the University of Hawaii’s John A. Burns School of Medicine to precisely push three liters of air through our system. I am looking at that data later tonight.
On this table, Micah was able to borrow thousands of dollars of high end test gear that got flown into the state just for us to use… for free! We are super lucky to have such worldwide support.
We’ve got more testing to do, and now have test units with Peter in California, Jeffrey on Maui, and here on Oahu.
Here you can see Blair taking a much needed break (this picture was taken after 6 p.m. last night). He’s been going six or seven days a week cranking out custom parts.
From Olin Lagon on Facebook.