Going into the production of molded plastic enclosures can require an initial investment of over $20,000.  However, Extreme Endeavors developed a mold system that started us producing the IPAC-B and IPAC-I series with an initial investment of only $1,000.  We slashed 95% off the cost of production!

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The Micronode is Extreme Endeavors’ latest IOT platform, an Internet-ready device the size of a quarter which has an array of sensors and control modules it can connect to, allowing monitoring and control cost-effective enough to go anywhere. The Micronode can be battery-powered, lasting for years, or powered by energy-harvesting technologies. It communicates over WiFi, or will have an attachment for an industrial Ethernet connector.

This development is being conducted to support two other companies that currently require miniaturized WiFi connectivity. Contact us to inquire how the micronode can fit into your product.

Extreme Endeavors has spent years researching the micro-climate of caves.  As a direct result of this micro-climate analysis, we have detected extremely low-frequency acoustical signatures resonating from caves.  Why is this significant?

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The SingleNode is our best-selling module. Its ruggedness and durability have proven themselves time after time, and we just made it better! The SingleNode product has found a niche in monitoring towers and water tanks in remote regions and on top of hills/mountains. Connecting electronics to large metal items on mountain tops is one of the hardest applications for electronic systems, due to the danger of lightning. To help eliminate lightning problems, Extreme Endeavors has changed the Ethernet communications circuit to contain some of the most advanced lighting protection known.

This is what separates out Extreme Endeavors. We continuously analyze problems and improve on the solutions, giving the customers the best-known products and services. 

Extreme Endeaors recently developed Software within our Embedded TCP/IP Stack to allow one device to act as a server and another as a client, providing dynamic nodal properties of our sensor systems!

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Extreme Endeavors is currently developing a new type of environmental monitoring system. This monitoring system attaches to the SingleNode, with multiple configurations allowing the user to use it as a weather station or a microclimate monitor. The capabilities will allow data logging for years.

The Environmental Module is scheduled to be released in February of 2017. Contact us for further information.

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