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Member #790198

Member Since: March 28, 2016

Country: United States

  • Never mind, they are just showing data running across pin 8, 9, or 10 I guess.

  • What's the default use for the LEDs attached to PB0, PB1, and PB2? Power and I/O?

  • Howdy. I'm following the tutorial but using the FT232RL as suggested in the comments. I decided on changing the circuit a bit to have selectable logic levels, as per "6.4 USB Bus Powered with Selectable External Logic Supply" in the datasheet (http://www.ftdichip.com/Support/Documents/DataSheets/ICs/DS_FT232R.pdf).

    This means I want a solder jumper with three pads to switch between 5v from the USB or 3.3v from the chip.

    I'm trying to add a solder jumper from the SparkFun Library. Which 3 pad solder jumper should I use? I don't understand the difference between JUMPER-PAD-3-NOFULL-BOX-SILK and JUMPER-PAD-3-NOYES_SILK. They are a little different size, and I don't know how silk or no silk affects the circuit.

  • Can you interface wit this on i2c or SPI? I'm imagining setting up a screen for weight readout, but perhaps I should go with my own arduino and the HX711 load cell amplifier if I want to create a standalone device?

  • video is set to private, btw

  • Do you share schematics? I'm interested in understanding how the wheatstone configuration was implemented in this board.

  • What would be the theory behind using an ESP8266 module with this? I have a program already written and running on an ESP8266 Huzzah board and I want to use the screen on the Microview to display data from it.

No public wish lists :(