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Member #522326

Member Since: February 18, 2014

Country: United States

  • I had a project that needed some live data display, and looking for the cheapest low-power solution for our loggers lead me to the Nokia 5110 LCD. Once you get the backlight current under control, you can power the entire display from a digital pin, and if you use shiftout for soft SPI you can then get rid of the Reset and CS control lines. This brings the display down to any four wires you can spare on your build (incl. the power pin) and a ground line. This is much more manageable than what you see with the standard hookup guides if your mc is I/O limited like our pro-mini based loggers:

    https://thecavepearlproject.org/2018/05/18/adding-the-nokia-5110-lcd-to-your-arduino-data-logger/

  • Since this has the same physical form factor, why not add the through holes for the waterproof protection membrane as well?

    http://www.sensirion.com/en/products/humidity-temperature/filter-caps/filter-cap-for-sht2x/

No public wish lists :(