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Subject: Re: x versus y sensor plot and graphical display

Date: 06/11/02 at 6:33 AM
Posted by: gary rogers
E-mail: g.rogers@hemscott.net
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In Reply to: Re: x versus y sensor plot and graphical display posted by Russ Kincaid on 06/10/02 at 10:03 PM:

we will probably use a dot matrix display such as : 128 x 64 pixels with a typical display area of 65mm x 45mm
at the moment we do not know how to interface it but i expect this will be fairly straightforward. The problem being that I am project managing this development and our engineer can't program ( except in machine code- we are currently trying to interface another product we have that logs temperatures, and it is trial and error at the moment. i have told him we need to start from scratch, which means he has a bit of a learning curve to undertake, or we outsource)
Time is not important, it is temperature against distance I am interested in.
What I am hoping to find is an existing circuit diagram etc where this type of thing has been done before, or a datalogging piece of kit that can output to a graphical dot matrix display.

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