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N2K Gauge display
[color=oklab(0.899401 -0.00192499 -0.00481987)]I wanted a simple Gauge platform for inside our boat. [/color]
[color=oklab(0.899401 -0.00192499 -0.00481987)]I saw this display from Makerfabs and decided it had potential:[/color]
[color=oklab(0.899401 -0.00192499 -0.00481987)][/color]

[color=oklab(0.899401 -0.00192499 -0.00481987)]I designed a small add-on pcb for N2K and 12V power. [/color]
[color=oklab(0.899401 -0.00192499 -0.00481987)]Using 4 wires this can display anything on the N2K bus or wifi etc.[/color]

[color=oklab(0.899401 -0.00192499 -0.00481987)]I am using LVGL graphics for the initial demo but really this is a 480 x 480 rgb display so can display some nice images.[/color]
[color=oklab(0.899401 -0.00192499 -0.00481987)]The gauge has a variety of input methods including a touch screen, rotary dial and push button.[/color]

[color=oklab(0.899401 -0.00192499 -0.00481987)]If anyone is interested in the PCB I have plenty since I made a 4 board tile design. [/color]


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Wow! That is great!
great job,
I am interested to do it myself,
can you share details on your PCB design (I am a noob in electonics)/ ?


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