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Read serial data without PC on GLCD

Posted on Monday, June 9th, 2014 in tools by DP

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Hemal Chevli wrote an article detailing his new tool the GLCDTerm that reads serial data without PC on GLCD:

I’m calling it GLCDTerm(spin-off from GTKTerm), this handy tool reads TTL serial data and displays it on GLCD. This is the first time I’ve used a GLCD in any of my projects. It runs on m328 using arduino bootloaer and the awesome GLCD library. I first made a prototype on one of my arduino clones, Below is the video running diagnostics program.

Check out the video after the break.

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4 Responses to “Read serial data without PC on GLCD”

  1. Mick M says:

    Kind of an empty article.
    No schematic, no code, just some photos.
    What is the point?

  2. Mick M says:

    Kind of an empty article.
    No schematic, no code, no part list,just some photos.
    What is the point?

    • Hemal Chevli says:

      Hello, I worte no new code, I’m using a code that is an example in the GLCD library called Serial2GLCD, all the schematic are used from the arduino playground whose link is at the bottom of the article. I’m planning to write a menu system for this whose code will be pushed on github
      Thank you.

  3. Hemal Chevli says:

    Hello, I worte no new code, I’m using a code that is an example in the GLCD library called Serial2GLCD, all the schematic are used from the arduino playground whose link is at the bottom of the article. I’m planning to write a menu system for this whose code will be pushed on github
    Thank you.

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