Our first crowd-funding campaign was for the Serial LCD Adaptor kits. The product page in the AusThai Shop gives you some of the details on the operation of the kit. We thought it would be useful to give a general overview of how you might use the kit.
The obvious advantage has been stated a few times now. The number of pins you will use on your microcontroller is greatly reduced. The Serial LCD Adaptor works with three types of serial link and has two operating modes to give you maximum flexibility. Continue reading Using the Serial LCD Adaptor for LCDs
Here is just one possible application of the Serial LCD Adaptor kit. Using a raspberry Pi and just four wires you can create a headless web server. In this example we use the LCD to display the server status without the need for a HDMI display.
The possibilities for this serial adaptor are endless. We crowdfunded this project several years ago. You can buy them now in the AusThai Shop:
Serial Adaptor Kit for LCD displays
For just $6 you can have one of these kits.
With the $6 LCD Adaptor Kit you can go from this…
We are currently crowdfunding the $6 LCD Adaptor Kit on Indiegogo here.
Take a look… Tell your friends… Pick up a great perk…
Update: The campaign has now ended on Indiegogo. Click here to see it.
We have our first crowdfunding campaign loaded and ready to go live. We’re just doing a final proofread before before we hit the button.
We’ve chosen the Serial LCD Adaptor for our first campaign. Continue reading Our first crowdfunding campaign goes live tomorrow