@Streakmachine I thought standards are for providing a specification that outlines how to do one operation or use an API. Then, for other things not covered, you write your own code. Stay on the standard for everything it covers, but go beyond.
@joe This will be adding to existing projects as well as building something new. I will be able to complete the hardware for my two little robots and solder up the rest of my feather boards and breakouts.
@unixb0y Nice! I want to check it out when you get a board built up. I really like the Feather form factor, but with there were a Feather Pro that is a bit longer and wider for bigger chips. I would like to see some with Cortex M7 chips, an ESP32 module.
@phoneboy I do not get why my test strips are so much more expensive than others. It does not make sense to me. I do not get errors with this new meter though, so I really want to stay with it, and I can sync my readings with my phone.