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A LCD serial terminal with Teensy

Posted on Thursday, April 20th, 2017 in LCD by DP

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Giovanni Carrera writes, “This project uses a serial 40×4 LCD display with a Teensy board to realize a compact serial terminal receiver to be connected to many systems with serial output such as our microcontroller systems and GPS receivers.”

More details at ArduPicLab blog.

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