E-paper display for pi zero #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Thanks to Aaron for sending in his post about this e-paper display! Below is translated from the Portuguese:
Those who follow the blog for some time, saw the launch of the first screens e-paper (or e-ink) specific for Raspberry Pi . One of them, PAPIRUS now appears again with your specific versions for Raspberry Pi Zero. There are two versions, a 2 “(200×96) and one 1.44” (128 x 96). Unlike the original expansion for Raspberry Pi , this does not include RTC, but the buttons, temperature sensor LM75B and Flash 32Mbit W25Q32FVZPIG remain. As stated earlier, this type of screen is great for its low usage, which can be a great advantage depending on your project.
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