dazq wrote:Tbh i had a nano on this when it was on breadboard but when i made this up on perf it became a pro mini as i soldered it in.to adjust i use the serialUI application example ardustim comes with.a after config only need the pot adjustment.
The serialUI would make a good basis for creating the control app if you wanted more snazzy things?
See my last perf build below , mounts directly on the vr header, gets its pwr etc from that.the 2x5 header is just to bring up the spi from underneath(my v04 is cutn rewired to give spi access for testing).easy for quick testing off car almost standalone
I was just perusing the 'bay' and they have 128x64 OLED going for around USD $3-4. But I was thinking one of the 20x4 displays on top of the simulator board with the pots lined up below it... and right-angle headers off one side for the connections.
Would probably have to buffer the pots so that if this samples a pot while Speedy is sampling too the readings aren't skewed.
Also, maybe modify Ardustim so the user can press a button or two to cycle through the various trigger patterns and display the current pattern on the display. Can't really see a need for requiring a computer connection or some fancy GUI on a display though: this should be as "stand-alone" as possible and practical.
Considering things, maybe a jump up to a Mega-compatible unit might be in order?