Those looking to learn more about programming and electronics may be interested in a new educational coding kit called the Tinusaur OLED Display Kit. The development team at Tinusaur created the kit to provide an easy way to learn more about coding and electronics using a ATtiny85 microcontroller to measure and display sensor data. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about its included components, features and projects.
The Tinusaur OLED Display Kit is latest addition to the larger Tinusaur Project created to teach more about electronics, physics, programming, microcontrollers, robotics, and many other things. “The Tinusaur OLED Display Kit is a bundle of boards, parts, and modules that you assemble yourself using our step-by-step instructions. Once the kit is assembled, you can immediately start programming it using our intuitive Blocktinu graphical interface and numerous tutorials, or skip directly to C and the Arduino IDE. In the end, you’ll have a small, battery-powered, standalone sensor node that you’ve built and programmed yourself to sense ambient temperature and relative humidity and display those data on its OLED screen.”
For more details and full specifications on the Tinusaur OLED Display Kit jump over to the Crowd Supply website by following the link below where the kit is now available to back with pledges available from $25 and worldwide shipping expected to take place towards the end of March 2019.
Components in the kit include :
– Tinusaur Board 3 LITE Kit: printed circuit board, ATtiny85 microcontroller (1 MHz / 8 MHz, 8 KB Flash, 512 bytes SRAM, 512 bytes EEPROM, six GPIO), DIP-8 socket, 2 x 4 female header, 2 x 5 female header, 2 x 5 shrouded male header, 10 kΩ resistor (1/8 W), 100 nF ceramic capacitor, 100 µF electrolytic capacitor, 2 x 2 male jumper header + cap, 1 x 2 male jumper header + cap, tactile button (two-pin), XH2.54-2P male connector.
– LEDx2 Shield Kit: printed circuit board, two 330 Ω resistors (1/8 W), green LED (3 mm), red LED (3 mm), 2 x 5 male header, 2 x 2 male header.
– OLED Kit: printed circuit board, 128 x 64 px OLED display module w/ SSD1306 controller, 1 x 4 female right angle connector, 2 x 4 male header, 2 x 5 male header, 8.2 kΩ resistor (1/8 W), 100 nF ceramic capacitor
– LiPo Battery Kit: LiPo battery (3.7 V, 250 mAh), XH2.54 cable set, charger board w/ TP4056 Micro USB connector, cardboard separator, heatshrink tubing.
Source: Crowd SupplyFiled Under: DIY Projects, Top News