March 30, 2016 AT 8:59 pm

Control an Oscilloscope with Tablet Touchscreen and #Arduino Nano

More Than User creates some raw-looking but intriguing projects. This time they’re controlling an oscilloscope – specifically the Siglent SDS1022C – using a hacked tablet touchscreen and Arduino Nano:


Adding touch screen to Siglent sds1022c oscilloscope
The goal
Remove keyboard completely, instead add touch screen to control oscilloscope.



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