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ESP32 and the CWTD ‘Test gadget’

Posted on Thursday, June 7th, 2018 in DIY, testing by DP

esp32 test gadget

DuWayne published a new build:

I have been following a series of podcasts from ‘Chatting with the Designers’  CWTD.ORG that cover building simple Arduino based test equipment.  I decided that this would make a nice way to get into development with the ESP32.  The CWTD ‘Test Gadget’ is basically an Arduino Nano with a 2 line LCD display, and a breadboard area where small modules can be plugged in to make different types of instruments.  My version will use the ESP32 and the TFT display.  I am also replacing their rotary encoder with a joystick for the user interface device.  I am bringing all the pins from the ESP32 module out to two pairs of female headers, that should allow me to plug in two small modules at the same time.

See the full post on DuWayne’s Place blog.

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