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rpzingg Iused it to monitor a lead-acid battery (12V), not sure if the voltage range from 18650 is suficient to power this display.

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Q: What else do you need to get started with this? Just a 9V battery?

Asked by BG561354223 on 2021-11-20 00:37:01

rpzingg Well,you need an microcontroller (e.g. Arduino) and a programming environment (e.g. IDE). No battery needed: the Arduino is supplied by USB from the PC, and the Arduino provides power to those components. There are many software examples for using these parts in IDE.

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rpzingg Sodid mine. With the number of doownloads I guessed any issue would have been made public by now. I now use video0 from the app store to have an English version. Use it also under BlueStacks 5 on a windows PC.

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Q: heyy! the controller is the same in the photo??

Asked by BG171594263 on 2021-03-09 22:05:35

rpzingg Inmy case yes, just connected a 12V power supply I already had-> works fine.

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