The Edison + Explorer board combination is still the rig of choice for most people, so if you can find Edisons I think it's still a good option. But most of the new development is around Raspberry Pi Zero W plus the new Explorer HAT. You can get that now, but the software is still in early beta.
I kind of want to see if pushover can be configured to send "hey doofus your pump has been suspended for 45 minutes did you forget to resume it after taking a shower?" messages, because I do it far too often as well
@cluckj if the watch has some heart-rate or step-counter monitoring, you could check for conditions where the watch seems to be worn while the pump is suspended for > 15 minutes and have the watch rattle you :)
@garykidd Temperature calibration of the sensor (and the reactions of the loop) I hadn’t considered, even though I had read about the libre sensor being subject to temperature swings it didn’t even occur to me to test how much the enlite I’m wearing would be affected. Good point (I’m guessing you were referring to absorption as well?)
@th122 just delivery/absorption...if there's a temperature influence--I'm not sure it impacts anything substantially......though I have noticed BG readings being affected by pressure on the sensor like when you roll over on that side wi=hile sleeping.
@cluckj gotchya---what version are you runnign on pi/pihat rig....hoping mine comes this weekend.
but does look like there are some higher capacities out there that could help in lieu of/ while efficiencies develop. Kinda strange that we're going backwards compared to efficiency already inherent in the explorer setup---but we don't control the world do we?