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Feb
3
SmartGLCD – enough space to save pictures, music and other media
Posted by Lana Vulic on 03 February 2017 04:40 PM

When building a user interface you want something simple and intuitive, easy to use and understand. One of the best ways to do this is with a smart display. You get a display, a touch screen, a processor, a graphic controller and much more.

Theodor from electronza.com has made a really nice review of our SmartGLCD 240×128 Board. Take a look what he has to say about the resolution, size of the screen and the inner workings of the SmartGLCD.

SmartGLCD

SmartGLCD 240×128 Board is a full-featured tool for easy development of embedded graphical applications using PIC18F87K22 device.

There is enough space to save pictures, music or other media on the microSD card, and implement it into your application.

Smart GLCD – mikromedia comparison

Even though the mikromedia boards use TFT and have better resolution than the SmartGLCD, as Todor says:

“sometimes it pays off to trade off resolution for a bigger display.”

For more information about the SmartGLCD take a look at the product page.

Yours Sincerely,
MikroElektronika

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Jan
25
OLED C click gets an update
Posted by Lana Vulic on 25 January 2017 04:50 PM

The colorful OLED C click has gotten a nice makeover — a new OLED display, the same one you have been seeing on Hexiwear.

The click is driven by an SSD1351 display controller that has 256-step contrast and 262K color control. This makes the display really vivid and full of color. A small display like this is ideal for short text messages, icons and images.

For more information about the OLED C click check out the product page.

If you want to see the full comparison of the old click and the new updated version, check out the comparison table in the documentation tab.

Yours Sincerely,
MikroElektronika

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Dec
30
Seven-segment displays never get old — BIG 7-SEG R click is out
Posted by Lana Vulic on 30 December 2016 11:12 AM

How many times did you see a movie where someone needs to deactivate a bomb? The hero watches the display as time ticks by, each second more precious than the previous one. Well, if you didn’t know, all those fake bombs in movies have seven-segment displays.

BIG 7-SEG R click

BIG 7-SEG R click is our newest click in the Display range. If you are planning to add a seven-segment LED display to your project, this click is what you are looking for. As the R in the title states, the color of the displayed character is red.

It communicates with the target MCU over an SPI interface and runs on either 3.3V or 5V power supply.

Seven-segment displays

Perhaps seven-segment displays don’t look modern enough for you, but they are the most practical way to display numbers. The characters are highly readable, both in limited light conditions and in strong sunlight. For example, the famous countdown clock at Cape Canaveral, Florida that NASA used for the Apollo landing has a seven-segment display.

For more details on the BIG 7-SEG R click, check out our product page.

Yours Sincerely,
MikroElektronika

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