Using one pin, 3ms and and a function of 120 bytes, Ditell and its low cost version Ditell-b is great when you need to display a variable or register value. On the field, debugging and parameter ad...Read More…
Using one pin, 3ms and and a function of 120 bytes, Ditell and its low cost version Ditell-b is great when you need to display a variable or register value. On the field, debugging and parameter adjustments needs simple to implement helps: a logic pen for signals, Ditell for variables. An oscilloscope and a logic analyser are great if you have them, but need set-up and cannot follow your board to its final place. Serial.print is good when you start an application and need to view many parameters. But it is a slow blocking task, takes too much memory and attach you to the terminal.
So, DiTell has to be considered. It requires only one data pin, 3-5V 50mA, and you can use several if you have free pins and more data to view. Oled displays are nice, but check write time and memory requirements. If you develop for a Tiny AVR, you surely will like the DiTell or Ditell-b
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Josh | Nov. 19, 2016
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