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Pro mini logger project for the classroom

Tuesday, January 29th, 2019

Edward Mallon writes: Dr. Beddow’s instrumentation class has been building the 2016 version of the Cave Pearl datalogger for more than three years, and feedback from that experience motivated a redesign to accommodate a wider range of student projects while staying within the time constraints of a typical lab-time schedule....

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Posted in Arduino, DIY | 1 Comment »

Pro mini shield

Thursday, July 9th, 2015

Albert blogged about his mini pro shield project: Just finished my little mini pro shield which makes it a little easier to use the mini pro with projects and it now also makes the mini pro easier to use with test and trial projects. The shield has a 3.3V and...

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Posted in PCBs | 1 Comment »

What’s up with HD44780 LCD displays?

Monday, July 14th, 2014

Nerd Ralph writes: There's lots of projects and code online for using character LCD displays based on these controllers, particularly the ones with 2 rows of 16 characters (1602).  They're low power (~1mA @5V), and for only $2 each, they're the cheapest LCD modules I've found.  The controllers are over...

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Posted in LCD | 10 Comments »

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