FlorinC

Member Since: November 28, 2010

Country: United States

  • Is the firmware published anywhere?

  • The JY-MCU BT module takes 2 pins (Tx and Rx) to communicate with. You can either use any digital pin through SoftwareSerial or pin 0 and 1 (Rx and Tx)) through (hardware) Serial. Check out my post on how I used BT module in one of my clocks: http://timewitharduino.blogspot.ca/2013/11/another-nixie-clock.html

  • Of course it does. Check out how I used the I2C in this LCD clock project:

    http://timewitharduino.blogspot.ca/2014/04/the-simplest-lcd-arduino-clock.html

  • If you need some inspiration, check out my “bubble” clock: http://timewitharduino.blogspot.ca/2014/04/micro-clock-with-7-segment-bubble.html

  • If you need some inspiration, please check out my “bubble” clock: http://timewitharduino.blogspot.ca/2014/04/micro-clock-with-7-segment-bubble.html

  • The photos show 2 kinds of shields. The shield in the last photo (plugged into the Arduino) is different than the other (the prototyping area is 12x11). Which one do you actually sell?

  • and your math seems off, 50% more?

    46.72% more, actually.

  • Or maybe shave the arms + hands.

  • The labels “fabFM-Kit” and “FM Radio kit” in the silkscreen (photo 3) seem to overlap. Is that on purpose?

  • “It’s been brought to our attention that trying to program the 4D screens using an FTDI breakout can damage the driver. You’ll need to use the FT232RQ USB to Serial which you can find in the related items below.”

    Why would they damage the driver? Is it because the headers are not pin-to-pin compatible (and they would need to be switched around)?

No public wish lists :(