Anubis revisited

Ever since I wrote about the Anubis project (twice in 2021) I keep getting people assuming that I’m responsible for it. They send me requests for units, instructions as to how to make them themselves, etc. Just to be clear: I was one of the people involved in early testing of the units, and I …

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Anubis developments

Last month I reported on Project Anubis, which is reworking expired Dexcom G6 transmitters to allow them to be re-used (and adding some new features at the same time). There’s been a lot of work done by the core team and the testers. Some people have been asking “Where can I get one?” Well today …

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Anubis – the G6 reborn!

In exciting news, Project Anubis has been announced. It is a modification to the Dexcom G6 “Firefly” CGM transmitter that gives a bunch of things that I personally see as advantages over new units. User-replaceable battery (larger capacity than original). Unlike with re-batteried G5 transmitters, no fancy epoxy sealing is required. A tiny packet of …

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