Includes downloadable sketches of the programs shown in the video below, a complete description of the project, schematics, PCB layout and the digital potentiometer device data-sheet.
The general catalog of the Arduino Kits and Photography Click Remote product series and accessories has been updated:
- All prices are now in USD only
- We definitely sell through the Tindie.com on-line shop
- All Arduino Kits are now available in the cheapest version PCB Only
- Photography Click Remote product price rebated (about 10$ less)
Some useful changes
Now all the product pages, datasheets and catalogs show on the top left side of the page a printer icon: click on this icon to print the page or save it as PDF format for your personal records.
More news coming soon. We are about to launch a new Arduino Shield, the first of a new series of products we will review on Electro Schematics blog site.
The first article introduces a small board that, using four daisy-chained shift registers, enhances Arduino with a general-purpose extension of up to 32 output ports; it works on most Arduino boards and Arduino-compatible devices. The second article completes the discussion introducing a practical application: controlling four 7-Segments LED displays with only three Arduino Pins, simply using the daisy-chained shift registers.
The PCB only or the fully assembled circuits are available on Etsy.com and Tindie.com, while more technical details can be read on the Arduino Kits section of the Projects in the pages from where sample software, the Arduino libraries and the data sheets are available for free download.
Sold by Balearic Dynamics in a pre-assembled kit, the Alphanumeric LCD for Arduino is based on the use of the Shift-out Register 74HC595 chip. This means that with only three pins of the Arduino board users can benefit of a great tool adding this component to their projects.
For those users interested in the details, curious, Arduino fans, or DIY lovers, they can get the component datasheet, the sample software and the circuit schematics and layout of this project on elctroschematics.com.
Detailed information on this project has been published just today by the Electroschematics.com site in one of the last articles. Not only but all the interested users should wait few more days to read the second part of the article entirely dedicated to the software aspects of the usage of the display in conjunction with their Arduino projects.