The examples will demonstrate the use of an Arduino UNO in controlling the module. The first by producing a pulse then measuring the response directly, then calculating the distance. The second using a library, streamlining use further.
This example will demonstrate the use of an Arduino UNO in selecting the module from the i2c bus and storing a string of characters at a defined memory location. Once stored, it will read back the message
This module is ideally suited to adding temperature measurement to your project and is compatible with microcontrollers such as the Arduino and Raspberry Pi. This module lets you output temperature up to 12bits of precision, taking your detection project to new levels of capability, be it is a Weather station, greenhouse monitor or other project.
This example will demonstrate the use of an Arduino UNO in controlling the 32 LEDs available in the module. Once connected and the first program loaded, the display will cycle through all the LEDs. The second will use the SevSeg library created by Dean Reading to display a counter and some animated text.
This example will demonstrate the use of an Arduino UNO in the receiving and basic processing of signals from a rotary encoder. Once connected and the program loaded, the UNO will monitor the encoder pins and increment or reduce a counter relative to the rotation of the control.