Auteursarchief: Nico Verduin

Over Nico Verduin

Over 37 years of experience in ITC as (international) project manager, line manager and software developer. Likes to develop software using new technologies.

Generating code from Nextion HMI files

Nextion screens from ITEAD Studio are nice little TFT screens that simply interfacing with embedded systems. However there is still quite some coding to do. And as the Nextion Screen editor edits files (.HMI) that contain all the relevant data … Lees verder

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LoRa SX1276 Adapter

LoRa is quickly becoming a new piece of technology to enable long Range transmission of IoT data at low power. WiFi has a very limited range and it’s power consumption is quite high. There are ready made (and kickstarter) modules … Lees verder

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Nextion screens make HMI development simpler

ITeadStudio.com makes nice little TFT screens (up to 7″) that make the HMI (Human Machine Interface) a lot simpler. Instead of having to program a TFT screen just about for each pixel, this lets you design the screen separately and … Lees verder

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Cube project into production

Received a very nice photo of the production panels of the Cube project. for further info on the cube project check its page

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New class library for the 16 bit I2C IO Expander PCA9555

Just finished a simple class library for accessing the PCA9555 I2C IO-Expander using standard Arduino pinMode(), digitalRead() and digitalWrite() functionality. Check it out on my webpage

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Fishing Rod Varnishing machine

Both my fishing rods needed to be repaired and varnished. However since I did not have a varnishing machine…. I built one with 3D printing techniques. read more….

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Learning STM32 programming

Time changes and so do embedded chips. Having programmed numerous years on Atmel 8bits, PIC, 6502, Z80 and 80×86 I am now learning the 32 bit. Like probably many of us, you try to get a similar environment like my … Lees verder

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