Although the BITalino product line is an open-access device, we do not consider it a fully open-source system because we do not give our users access to electronic schematics and we do not make the documentation publicly available.
If you want to learn more about what our customers have been doing with BITalino check our GitHub channel – BITalinoWorld.
Sensor schematics are considered as protected and intellectual property of PLUX. However, upon request we can open the possibility to share some information with our users. Please note that we only open exception for the BITalino sensors which is not extensible for the BITalino Core unit and the biosignalsplux product line.
If you need access to the schematics, you can write a formal letter to PLUX (firstname.lastname@example.org) requesting access to this information. In this formal letter, you should explain and justify the reasons for your need for our initial evaluation.
Thereafter, this request will be reviewed by PLUX, which may request additional information. If we respond positively to your request, we will send you a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) for you to sign. Since the schematics can only be shared under NDA, you are not allowed to publish this information in public documents (e.g. scientific papers, dissertations, etc.).