Programmable Signal Generator
This project describes a simple digital signal generator capable of generating a square wave from 1kHz to 68MHz with an accuracy of 1.1%. You enter the frequency on a numeric keypad, and the frequency is displayed on an I2C 128x32 OLED display.
Used components: ATtiny85, OpAmp INA331/LTC6904, OLED display (connector JP1/JP3).
T12 Soldering Controller based on Attiny85, 0.98" OLED display, encoder and buzzer.
- Temperature PID controller
- One shared pin to read encoder and output buzzer signal
- Graphical OLED display (set point, current temperature and analog power bar)
- Input for handle temperature sensor
This is a Raspberry Pi Zero W hat/shield with USB MIDI input, stereo audio output, 3 user-configurable buttons and OLED display.
To use as an audio card, enable PWM audio output by adding `dtoverlay=pwm-2chan,pin=18,func=2,pin2=13,func2=4` at the end of *config.txt* file.
Remeber that HDMI audio output is the default; use `raspi-config` to force output to 3.5mm audio jack.
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If you have a Wemos D1 mini card and you want to test the series of sensors contained in the package "37 in 1 Sensor Module Board Set" which is sold by many sites you can use this shield.
On the shield are available many connectors that are already properly connected with the digital or analog ports of the Wemos D1 mini card. On the board there is also already a power supply stage that allows powe...
An Arduino development board with a small OLED screen, a joystick, buttons, buzzer, and alligator clip connectors for other devices. This was inspired by the Adafruit circuit playground: https://www.adafruit.com/product/3000
Visit https://johanv.xyz/ArduinOLED/ for more info.
Compact speedometer with OLED display and temperature measurement.
It features an ATtiny85 uC with USB programming and battery charging and protection circuitry. I will be using it to measure the speed of my bicycle and determine the temperature around me on my rides.
The project consists of 2 pcbs: the sensor that will be mounted on the wheel of my bike and the actual speedometer.
An IoT board around ESP-12S module (with ESP8266) powered by a 9V-26V DC jack, with 3 signalling WS2812 RGB LEDs, 2 buttons, an OLED display, a beeper and an I2C temperature & humidity senzor (AM2320). The board is meant to act as a hub and connect to other devices with more sensors, or as a driver for an external device.
Schema & board designer: Ivan Voras
This is the code I use for the clock. Feel free to change it in each manner your want. ATTENTION: Dont use the POV Clock_old. I use it for backup purpose only. It wont work! The file POV Clock_new and POV_Clock_new_SSD1306 are working well and are fully tested. But i dont take any responability if something dont work like you want. For example: the optocoupler is tricky. Maybe you need to adjust t...