Mesh Security System (Argon Hub, OLED and MP3 Shields) — Part 2

OLED Display

Figure 5. Argon mounted on Tripler with OLED.

Having demonstrated that we can blink a LED on the Argon, we now want to move onto something a bit more useful. The Argon will form the hub of the Mesh Security System and will connect to an OLED and MP3 shield to indicate system status. In Part 2 we will get the OLED and MP3 shields working.

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Reefwing Software · Embedded Systems Engineer · iOS & Android Development · Robotics · Drones · Arduino · Raspberry Pi · Flight Control

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Reefwing Software · Embedded Systems Engineer · iOS & Android Development · Robotics · Drones · Arduino · Raspberry Pi · Flight Control

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