Old 02-01-2015, 07:13 PM #1
DashApple's Avatar
Class 3R Laser
 
Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Someplace on earth
Posts: 1,395
Rep Power: 143433
DashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond repute
DashApple DashApple is online now
Class 3R Laser
DashApple's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Someplace on earth
Posts: 1,395
Rep Power: 143433
DashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond repute
Default Single digit VFD Clock , 74 Logic Based , DIY

Hey ,

This was a project I did over the last week . It's based on 3 dual BCD counters , 7 Quad AND gate IC's , One BCD-7 Segment driver and 4 4017 decade counters and a few resistors , LED's and 1N1484 Diodes , Transistors . Supply is 2 5Va transforms at 7 and 9 V and one 1.6Va transformer at 22V

Video of it running can be seen here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDMB...2DInDMQQw_iYJA

Timing is done from the mains frequency , 50Hz - 100Hz - 10Hz - 1Hz .

Display is a large VFD driven by 8 ( 1 for grid ) NPN/PNP level shifters at 24 Volts .

AND gates are used along with 16 diodes to select the digit to display with the 4017 doing the timing for when to display time , its currently setup at 48 seconds off and 12 seconds on with it displaying the time twice at 1 second per digit to complete a 60 second cycle .

IMG_0900[1] by TwirlyWhirly555, on Flickr

IMG_0898[1] by TwirlyWhirly555, on Flickr

IMG_0897[1] by TwirlyWhirly555, on Flickr

IMG_0896[1] by TwirlyWhirly555, on Flickr

IMG_0902[1] by TwirlyWhirly555, on Flickr


__________________
I don't know what you had in mind
But here we stand on opposing sides .

Last edited by DashApple; 02-01-2015 at 07:24 PM.
DashApple is online now   Reply With Quote


















Old 02-01-2015, 08:23 PM #2
Sigurthr's Avatar
Class 3B Laser
 
Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: Michigan's U.P.
Posts: 4,382
Rep Power: 3121
Sigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond repute
Sigurthr Sigurthr is offline
Class 3B Laser
Sigurthr's Avatar
 
Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: Michigan's U.P.
Posts: 4,382
Rep Power: 3121
Sigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond repute
Default Re: Single digit VFD Clock , 74 Logic Based , DIY

Awesome project! I saw it on YT when you uploaded, but the pics are sweet.

How do you like working with stripboard? I can't stand the stuff, haha. Rat's Nest wiring I don't mind so much, but strip board just gives me headaches.

What's the power section for the VFD like? I've seen small VFDs that run on like 88V, how does the big one compare?

I was wondering what you were using for timing. I assume the 50 -> 100Hz stepup is just via full wave bridge and then using the dc pulses to two cascaded /10 counters, right? You're so lucky to be on 50Hz service. I can't figure out for the life of me an easy way to get 1Hz from 60Hz, haha.
__________________
Amateur Multispectral Photographer - [X-Ray, UV, Vis, IR]
Amateur Electrical Engineer
Autodidact
Tesla Coil Expert
Sigurthr is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 02-01-2015, 08:37 PM #3
DashApple's Avatar
Class 3R Laser
 
Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Someplace on earth
Posts: 1,395
Rep Power: 143433
DashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond repute
DashApple DashApple is online now
Class 3R Laser
DashApple's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Someplace on earth
Posts: 1,395
Rep Power: 143433
DashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond repute
Default Re: Single digit VFD Clock , 74 Logic Based , DIY

Thanks ! : D ,

I quite like using it , I just use a craft knife and a ruler to cut the tracks across the board in rows , most If not all my circuits are made on it , but a low power, small tipped soldering iron is a must on this I think , the wiring was worse than the board xD

There would be a lot less wires if not for all the leds , but they help debug and make a nice visual look to what is actually going on .

The Big VFD has a anode voltage rating of 22-24V . I used a 22V transformer and a 24V regulator to do the supply , grid current is 20mA and each segment is driven at 4mA .

The cathode in the VFD is 5 Volts witch is handy as the logic is 5 volts .

Yeah that's pretty much it 50Hz AC to 100Hz DC where there is a two transistor buffer to give a nice clean 100Hz 5V square wave to then drive the two divide by 10 counters .

You can do it with 60Hz aswell with three ICs but one of them does a odd division .
__________________
I don't know what you had in mind
But here we stand on opposing sides .

Last edited by DashApple; 02-01-2015 at 08:59 PM.
DashApple is online now   Reply With Quote
Old 02-01-2015, 08:47 PM #4
Sigurthr's Avatar
Class 3B Laser
 
Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: Michigan's U.P.
Posts: 4,382
Rep Power: 3121
Sigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond repute
Sigurthr Sigurthr is offline
Class 3B Laser
Sigurthr's Avatar
 
Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: Michigan's U.P.
Posts: 4,382
Rep Power: 3121
Sigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond repute
Default Re: Single digit VFD Clock , 74 Logic Based , DIY

Quote:
Originally Posted by ionlaser555 View Post
You can do it with 60Hz aswell with three ICs but one of them does a odd division .
At that point you're a short hop away from just using a standard 1Hz time keeping method like a 32768 crystal and a binary counter.

The 60hz decision never made much sense to be because there are no 60Hz 240V countries, and the core material savings you get from using 60Hz instead of 50Hz is totally swamped out and negated by the losses and resultant increased conductor cost of using 120V instead of 240V!

Very interesting that the VFD is such low current and voltage. I would have thought such a supply would be eating tons of power. I recently saw a small 20x4 or 16x2 VFD that ate up a whopping 1A @ 12V.

I've always wanted to make something with a nice 20x4 dot-matrix VFD, but never had the budget for such a project.

I had an old VFD TI calculator when I was young, loved that thing!
__________________
Amateur Multispectral Photographer - [X-Ray, UV, Vis, IR]
Amateur Electrical Engineer
Autodidact
Tesla Coil Expert
Sigurthr is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 02-01-2015, 08:58 PM #5
DashApple's Avatar
Class 3R Laser
 
Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Someplace on earth
Posts: 1,395
Rep Power: 143433
DashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond repute
DashApple DashApple is online now
Class 3R Laser
DashApple's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Someplace on earth
Posts: 1,395
Rep Power: 143433
DashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond repute
Default Re: Single digit VFD Clock , 74 Logic Based , DIY

I looked and it can be done with two IC's , I was going to go with the crystal and the 14 stage binary ripple counter but opted for the 50Hz rout .

You can do it with 60Hz aswell with two 4018 decade counters , feed in 60Hz , first is set to divide by 6 then the second divides by 10 = 1Hz : D

I was surprised at the low anode voltage, it can be driven at higher currents on both the grids and anodes but for this I had no reason to really, Haha yeah some of them displays do like power , but I guess that's because they use boost converters ?

Yeah , the VFD displays can be abit pricy . I wanted to do something like that with a 20x4 and a GPS module for a GPS clock but never got round to it .

Nice ! ive never seen a VFD calculator in person : (
__________________
I don't know what you had in mind
But here we stand on opposing sides .

Last edited by DashApple; 02-01-2015 at 09:04 PM.
DashApple is online now   Reply With Quote
Old 02-01-2015, 09:05 PM #6
Sigurthr's Avatar
Class 3B Laser
 
Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: Michigan's U.P.
Posts: 4,382
Rep Power: 3121
Sigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond repute
Sigurthr Sigurthr is offline
Class 3B Laser
Sigurthr's Avatar
 
Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: Michigan's U.P.
Posts: 4,382
Rep Power: 3121
Sigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond repute
Default Re: Single digit VFD Clock , 74 Logic Based , DIY

Quote:
Originally Posted by ionlaser555 View Post
I wanted to do something like that with a 20x4 and a GPS module for time and that but never got round to it .

Nice ! ive never seen a VFD calculator in person : (
I'm actually working on a clock project right now, but I'm going the LCD + TCXO RTC route. I had debated going GPS but with reception and power consumption issues I decided against it.

One day I'd like to do a 7segment x 6 nixie clock, but they're so expensive. I think you did one already, didn't you?

You can find them inexpensively on eBay from time to time (VFD Calcs). I really wish I would have saved that old one.
__________________
Amateur Multispectral Photographer - [X-Ray, UV, Vis, IR]
Amateur Electrical Engineer
Autodidact
Tesla Coil Expert
Sigurthr is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 02-02-2015, 06:20 PM #7
phenol's Avatar
Class 2M Laser
 
Join Date: Oct 2007
Posts: 533
Rep Power: 51
phenol has a reputation beyond reputephenol has a reputation beyond reputephenol has a reputation beyond reputephenol has a reputation beyond reputephenol has a reputation beyond reputephenol has a reputation beyond reputephenol has a reputation beyond reputephenol has a reputation beyond reputephenol has a reputation beyond reputephenol has a reputation beyond reputephenol has a reputation beyond repute
phenol phenol is offline
Class 2M Laser
phenol's Avatar
 
Join Date: Oct 2007
Posts: 533
Rep Power: 51
phenol has a reputation beyond reputephenol has a reputation beyond reputephenol has a reputation beyond reputephenol has a reputation beyond reputephenol has a reputation beyond reputephenol has a reputation beyond reputephenol has a reputation beyond reputephenol has a reputation beyond reputephenol has a reputation beyond reputephenol has a reputation beyond reputephenol has a reputation beyond repute
Default Re: Single digit VFD Clock , 74 Logic Based , DIY

this thing reminds me of my vfd freq counter, but the rats nest wiring i did is on a much much smaller scale so it can count 200MHz with standard cmos chips. I made a small push-pull boost cct with 74hc132 to boost 5v to 20v for the vfd anodes.
phenol is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 02-02-2015, 08:02 PM #8
DashApple's Avatar
Class 3R Laser
 
Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Someplace on earth
Posts: 1,395
Rep Power: 143433
DashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond repute
DashApple DashApple is online now
Class 3R Laser
DashApple's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Someplace on earth
Posts: 1,395
Rep Power: 143433
DashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond repute
Default Re: Single digit VFD Clock , 74 Logic Based , DIY

Quote:
Originally Posted by Sigurthr View Post
I'm actually working on a clock project right now, but I'm going the LCD + TCXO RTC route. I had debated going GPS but with reception and power consumption issues I decided against it.
Nice : D , Is the RTC rout easy to do ? I have a few numitron tubes and high current shift registers ( similar to the 595 except open drain inputs ) to do a 6 digit clock .

I haven't used nixi tubes yet , I did do a 6 digit VFD one but never finished it .

Phenol , Thanks , Yeah wiring in mine wasn't critical as the highest speed signal is 100Hz and that's from one IC . The rest is 1Hz at most .
__________________
I don't know what you had in mind
But here we stand on opposing sides .

Last edited by DashApple; 02-02-2015 at 08:04 PM.
DashApple is online now   Reply With Quote
Old 02-02-2015, 08:13 PM #9
MarioMaster's Avatar
Class 3B Laser
 
Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: Allentown, PA
Posts: 3,626
Rep Power: 44935
MarioMaster has a reputation beyond reputeMarioMaster has a reputation beyond reputeMarioMaster has a reputation beyond reputeMarioMaster has a reputation beyond reputeMarioMaster has a reputation beyond reputeMarioMaster has a reputation beyond reputeMarioMaster has a reputation beyond reputeMarioMaster has a reputation beyond reputeMarioMaster has a reputation beyond reputeMarioMaster has a reputation beyond reputeMarioMaster has a reputation beyond repute
Send a message via AIM to MarioMaster
MarioMaster MarioMaster is online now
Class 3B Laser
MarioMaster's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: Allentown, PA
Posts: 3,626
Rep Power: 44935
MarioMaster has a reputation beyond reputeMarioMaster has a reputation beyond reputeMarioMaster has a reputation beyond reputeMarioMaster has a reputation beyond reputeMarioMaster has a reputation beyond reputeMarioMaster has a reputation beyond reputeMarioMaster has a reputation beyond reputeMarioMaster has a reputation beyond reputeMarioMaster has a reputation beyond reputeMarioMaster has a reputation beyond reputeMarioMaster has a reputation beyond repute
Send a message via AIM to MarioMaster
Default Re: Single digit VFD Clock , 74 Logic Based , DIY

I remember seeing those giant single digit VFDs on ebay a while back. That's a hell of a rat's nest.

Sig - check out Noritake's shop, their sample modules are surprisingly cheap Purchase display samples for your application: Noritake VFD shop
__________________
ILT 5500KR krypton only air cooled ion 100mW 647.1nm | ILT 5500AR argon only air cooled ion >300mW multiline
Omnichrome 643 air cooled Ar/Kr ion 10mW 676.4nm 647.1nm 568.2nm 488nm 476.2nm (high hours)
Spectra Physics 127 >30mW 632.8nm HeNe | Uniphase 1.5mW 543.5nm GreeNe
Coherent Innova 90 argon ion water cooled ??W (got plasma, alignment in progress)
Coherent 60W 830nm water cooled diode brick | Shenhui Laser 40W 10600nm water cooled CO2

(9:03:50 PM) Picasso: the best guys i saw ever at burning man was two dudes dressed as all green army men shooting pants at naked guys
MarioMaster is online now   Reply With Quote
Old 02-02-2015, 11:14 PM #10
Sigurthr's Avatar
Class 3B Laser
 
Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: Michigan's U.P.
Posts: 4,382
Rep Power: 3121
Sigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond repute
Sigurthr Sigurthr is offline
Class 3B Laser
Sigurthr's Avatar
 
Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: Michigan's U.P.
Posts: 4,382
Rep Power: 3121
Sigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond repute
Default Re: Single digit VFD Clock , 74 Logic Based , DIY

Quote:
Originally Posted by ionlaser555 View Post
Nice : D , Is the RTC rout easy to do ?
On a uC yes, exceptionally easy to do. Analog not so much since most if not all easily available inexpensive RTC modules use I2C for communication. The DS3231 has a 32768Hz output which you could use for analog though, and it is the TCXO type RTC too. I haven't seen any simple XO RTC's with the 32k768 output but again then you really don't need the chip without the digital comm being used, it just serves as an oscillator-on-a-chip. So you could just whip up an XO and proceed from there.

Thanks MarioMaster, I'll check it out!
__________________
Amateur Multispectral Photographer - [X-Ray, UV, Vis, IR]
Amateur Electrical Engineer
Autodidact
Tesla Coil Expert
Sigurthr is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 02-03-2015, 08:39 PM #11
DashApple's Avatar
Class 3R Laser
 
Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Someplace on earth
Posts: 1,395
Rep Power: 143433
DashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond repute
DashApple DashApple is online now
Class 3R Laser
DashApple's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Someplace on earth
Posts: 1,395
Rep Power: 143433
DashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond reputeDashApple has a reputation beyond repute
Default Re: Single digit VFD Clock , 74 Logic Based , DIY

Quote:
Originally Posted by Sigurthr View Post
On a uC yes, exceptionally easy to do. Analog not so much since most if not all easily available inexpensive RTC modules use I2C for communication. The DS3231 has a 32768Hz output which you could use for analog though, and it is the TCXO type RTC too. I haven't seen any simple XO RTC's with the 32k768 output but again then you really don't need the chip without the digital comm being used, it just serves as an oscillator-on-a-chip. So you could just whip up an XO and proceed from there.

Thanks MarioMaster, I'll check it out!
Thanks, I had a look and will go down the TCXO IC rout with a arduino , shift registers and numitron tubes .
__________________
I don't know what you had in mind
But here we stand on opposing sides .
DashApple is online now   Reply With Quote
Old 02-04-2015, 02:56 AM #12
Sigurthr's Avatar
Class 3B Laser
 
Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: Michigan's U.P.
Posts: 4,382
Rep Power: 3121
Sigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond repute
Sigurthr Sigurthr is offline
Class 3B Laser
Sigurthr's Avatar
 
Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: Michigan's U.P.
Posts: 4,382
Rep Power: 3121
Sigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond reputeSigurthr has a reputation beyond repute
Default Re: Single digit VFD Clock , 74 Logic Based , DIY

Just keep in mind if you want to use I2C (recommended) you have to stick to an ATmega chip. I found out today you cannot use the ATtiny family of chips even though in the datasheet they say they support I2C as they really don't (software emulation only; and there's no arduino compatible library to carry over the functions needed in the various normal libraries to the emulated version).

If you need any help figuring out what libraries to use just hit me up, I've got it worked out pretty well now.
__________________
Amateur Multispectral Photographer - [X-Ray, UV, Vis, IR]
Amateur Electrical Engineer
Autodidact
Tesla Coil Expert
Sigurthr is offline   Reply With Quote
Reply





Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off
Trackbacks are On
Pingbacks are On
Refbacks are On

























Privacy Policy | Advertising Disclaimer | Terms of Use


 


All times are GMT. The time now is 02:55 AM.


Powered by: vBulletin
Copyright ©2000 - 2018, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
Search Engine Friendly URLs by vBSEO
Privacy Policy | Advertising Disclaimer | Terms of Use
Copyright (C) 2017 Laser Pointer Forums, LLC