Monochrome 1.3" 128x64 OLED graphic display Connecting physical sensors to ledunia and pushing the results to your favourite IoT Cloud is not a big deal. But sometimes it could be very useful to have a little display connected, showing all your sensors data and board relevant details, like IP, Voltage and so on. Instead of having lots of cables connected to ledunia we would suggest to use one of these tiny I2C displays. 4 wires, that's all you need. Acutally we've tested different displays from different vendors. You'll get these displays cheap at ebay or amazon or from one of our favourites - from Adafruit and they also provide Arduino libraries which you can use for your next ledunia projects. We will share all software for this and any other of our projects once we have successfully finished our kickstarter campaign. 

About Ledunia

Ledunia is a powerful WiFi enabled IoT development board with a full TCP/IP stack and microcontroller unit based on the mature of the ESP8266 technology.

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25 July 2017