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Adding the Nokia 5110 LCD to your Arduino data logger

Friday, May 25th, 2018

From the comments on our ChipKIT based weather station using BME280 sensor module post, Edward Mallon writes: A lot of us have ended up at this sensor / screen combination. But I couldn’t afford the extravagance of six dedicated control lines on our little pro mini based loggers. However with some...

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Nokia 5110 screen module with PIC microcontroller and Oshonsoft

Thursday, October 16th, 2014

Chris Holden made a font library for a Nokia 5110 display using a PIC microcontroller and Oshonsoft. He writes: Having left the 1980's behind, we decided to write our own "libraries" to write text onto the Nokia 5100 display, using a PIC microcontroller. The code below was written for a 16F877a...

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Video player using Nokia color LCD and 8 bit AVR

Monday, July 2nd, 2012

Vinod S. writes about his latest project, a video player using a Nokia color LCD, ATmega32 and SD card. "I am introducing my new video player made using an ATmega32 microcontroller and Nokia color LCD. I got a 65K color LCD from an old Nokia 6030 mobile phone. I directly...

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DIY TV B GONE built into a Nokia phone case

Friday, June 1st, 2012

Exapod built the USB IR Toy on a DIY PCB and programmed it with the TV B GONE firmware. To give it a stealth touch he stuck it into an old Nokia phone case. It's powered by the phone's battery, which runs 4 IR diodes for extended range and usage...

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