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Started by Kaellis991, October 04, 2020, 09:11:40 AM
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Quote from: archen on October 04, 2020, 01:44:13 PMIf you can find a suitable monitor you can also use simvim panel program to display it.Not sure if there are any displays on the market that can do it. Skickat från min SM-N986B via Tapatalk
Quote from: Kaellis991 on October 04, 2020, 01:56:50 PMQuote from: archen on October 04, 2020, 01:44:13 PMIf you can find a suitable monitor you can also use simvim panel program to display it.Not sure if there are any displays on the market that can do it. Skickat från min SM-N986B via TapatalkI have been looking into that also. Vlad over at simvim suggested that earlier today. According to the web site the Raspberry Pi 4 that I have can be connected to my LAN and display the simvim panel for this transponder on a small monitor. I have a 7" TFT HDMI input monitor I have been using with my 3D printer that I think could work. Awaiting confirmation from SimVim.But if I go the full hardware route my knowledge on mounting the LEDs is sketchy.Eventually I will determine how to wire the LEDs to the Arduino. But for now I am most interested in the actual physical mounting and the type of LEDs to use. (5mm?)For each individual piece of mode text, it seems to me that each LED needs to be in its own separate shroud perhaps, for lack of a better term, that keeps the light confined to the individual text display. How could an LED and it's resistor be mounted together? Are there small PCB boards for that? Would I mount the LED in one of these holders and create a 3d printed mounting board with a hole to snap it into? I could incorporate a shroud of sorts. Where and how would the resistor be mounted?
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