Here's my command line as a screenshot, the i2cdetect is showing the x27 address for the display and the x70 address for the 7 segment display. I'm running the commands to "clear" "set font size" and print "testing" to the little display screen. If you don't have the clock hooked and just the display, shouldn't matter. They run as 2 different python scripts.
hey you are using a raspberry pi right? the digole executable *is* compiled for it. If you solder the jumper and connect the leads to the PI correctly you should be able to say$> ./digole clear$> ./digole setFont 18$> ./digole printxy_abs 10 178 "testing"
Seems like the display isn't being found or connected by the raspberry pi. $> sudo i2cdetect -y 1you should see a grid with the number 27 in it.the "digole" file is already compiled to drive the display, you have to run$> python display.pyto have the python script start outputting data to the display.
hey did you see the github? I has all the coding you need, you have to run my python script to get the display showing info.https://github.com/khinds10/EnvironmentClock/blob/master/display.pyhttps://github.com/khinds10/EnvironmentClock
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The project can just use 1 or 2 tablets pointing to website(s) of your choice that would show useful information.I've made my own websites showed above to get all fancy to show room temperature (using the Raspberry PI broadcasting from the local humidistat). The Living Room and Bedroom temps are from weather clocks (my other instructable broadcasting local temps there).I use a kiosk browser app called simply "Full Screen Browser". I load the URLs manually in it. Thanks for visiting!
I has the little humidistat inside then asks for outside conditions using the darksky.net API, thanks for the visit.
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