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New Library for Controlling Multiple OLED Displays!

New Library for Controlling Multiple OLED Displays!

Recently we seem to be having a running theme for wanting to drive multiple displays from a single Arduino, and our latest library is no exception. To coincide with the release of a larger 1.3” version of our ever popular uOLED displays we have also decided to release a new Arduino library to make it easy to control them. Not only does this library provide loads of features such as displaying text, various fonts, graphic commands, and bitmaps, but it also has the ability to control multiple uOLED displays from one Arduino. The only real limit is how many digital pins your Arduino has to spare.

ARDUINO: Control a DC or Stepper Motor from a Potentiometer

ARDUINO: Control a DC or Stepper Motor from a Potentiometer

One of the questions we commonly get asked is how to go about using an Arduino to
control a motor from a potentiometer. Lots of people out there would like to do
this but just don’t quite have enough programming knowledge to get an Arduino to
do this.

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