MCU: STC8A8K64S4A12 @27MHz
Display: 0.96" OLED with 128x64 resolution
Controller: One EC11 Encoder
Input: Single Channel
Sec/div: 500ms, 200ms, 100ms, 50ms, 20ms, 10ms, 5ms, 2ms, 1ms, 500us, 200us, 100us
100us only available in Auto Trigger Mode
Voltage Range: 0-30V
Sampling Rating: 250kHz @100us/div
**Parameters in Main Interface:**
Seconds Per Division: "500ms", "200ms",...
TinyCalibrator is an oscillator calibrator and high-voltage fuse resetter for 8-pin ATtinys based on an ATtiny44/84. Because the 8-pin ATtinys only have a few GPIO pins available, they are usually operated without an external clock. The internal oscillator does a good job in most applications, but when it comes to precise timing, its +/-10% accuracy is often insufficient. Fortunately, t...
Oled shield based on 2.54" display and ESP32. The display is used by **QG-2864KSWNG01** based on the **SPD0301 **controller (similar to SSD1306). ESP32 "Fire Bittle" is used as the base board.
You can view the project on the YouTube channel: [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=grxiBRuwqGc](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=grxiBRuwqGc)
Oled шилд на базе 2.54" дисплея и ESP32. Дисплей используется **QG...
Tiny handheld gaming device with games by Daniel C (www.tinyjoypad.com).
Project Video: https://youtu.be/dF4XtVUN5mo
TinyHVSP is a stand-alone high-voltage serial programmer and fuse resetter for ATtiny 13/25/45/85. This project was superseded by the more versatile [TinyCalibrator](https://github.com/wagiminator/ATtiny84-TinyCalibrator).
- Project Video (YouTube): https://youtu.be/2Q7D2RwkOMg
- Firmware (Github): https://github.com/wagiminator/ATtiny84-TinyHVSP
The WEMOS METER SHELD uses a sonar sensor HC-SR04 and measures the distances of an object. The distance value can be read on an OLED display with a diagonal of 0.49 "and a resolution of 64x32 pixels connected via I2C protocol
For more information see [https://www.adrirobot.it/wemos_d1-mini_meter_shield/](https://www.adrirobot.it/wemos_d1-mini_meter_shield/)<br>
The ATmega328p Transitor Tester is a pocket-sized version of the famous component tester developed by Markus Frejek and Karl-Heinz Kübbeler featuring automatic detection of NPN and PNP bipolar transistors, N- and P-channel MOSFETs, JFETs, diodes, double diodes, N- and P-IGBTs, thyristors, triacs, inductors, resistors and capacitors.
- Project Video (YouTube): https://youtu.be/J4nZ0n5su...
TinyDFPlayer is an ATtiny controlled and LiPo battery powered MP3-Player using the DFPlayerMini module featuring:
- Micro-SD-card slot
- Battery charging and protection circuit
- Battery level detection
- OLED display
- On/off switch
- Volume control
- Three push buttons to control the player
- Remembers the last track played after switching off (EEPROM)
You can directly connect a 3.7...
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...
TinyTerminal is a simple USB controlled 128x64 pixels I2C OLED display. It uses [V-USB](https://www.obdev.at/products/vusb/index.html) to build a [USB communication device class (CDC)](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USB_communications_device_class) for serial communication via USB with the ATtiny. Text messages of all kinds can be sent via the USB interface and shown on the OLED display. The integr...
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...
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.
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.
If you can't find 47uF...