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  1. I got the no touch test pattern on the 5" display to work. For those that are new (myself included), here's what I did. Download the example file from buydisplay.com. Extract it and the copy the UTFT folder located in Libraries-Examples_ER-TFTM050-4\Libraries into the Libraries folder in the Arduino folder under My Documents (Windows). Open the .ino file located here Libraries-Examples_ER-TFTM050-4\Examples\No_Touch_GraphicTest compile and upload the code Remove the usb cable from the programming port Assemble the shield, screen, and arduino together
  2. I'm looking to add an arduino to control my dac. I'm not worried so much about writing code as that's already done and proven to work for others. This whole platform is new to me. I can see that the initial scrpt or program is the .ino file and that will contain commands as well as references to libraries but I'm not sure how to put this altogether in Arduino IDE to upload it to the Arduino Due. I purchased this display for the project https://www.buydisplay.com/5-inch-tft-display-arduino-touch-shield-ssd1963-library-for-mega-due There is a download with examples in it her
  3. This was the best source for them for me https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0756KLNLX/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  4. Can anyone recommend a free gerber viewer that lets you print the layers true to size? Or at lease view them on screen where they're accurate enough for measurement.
  5. I need help finding board stacking headers like these. I need to stack a bunch of Arduino shields and a screen together. I can't seem to find them on mouser or digikey but thats probably me not putting in the right info
  6. At first glance and a quick measurement from the bottom, the hole seems to be dead center. I will print out the outlines this weekend and see where it matches up
  7. I've done the same. But I totally get where purk is coming from.
  8. All of my headphone's have been terminated or re-terminated with a 4 pin xlr for years now
  9. For me it'd be cool to do the voltage switch. I have enough room for an IEC inlet with a fuse. Let me measure to see how long the board can be My only thinking was to have AC in on the left so the wires are very short to the front panel switch and then the secondaries are facing the AC in on the PSU boards. Basically just keeping the wiring as short and neat as possible. Is that creating more of a problem with noise the way it is?
  10. looks good. I expect the transformers next week so I'll measure that to check. Unless someone here has one
  11. That would be cool... It looks like the outer holes are bigger so I think that's ok.
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