pyscan paper ink
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@gael-cobert That depends. Pyscan makes heavy use of the Pins. And depending on the module used, even more pins are blocked. You can use all available pins.
3.3V -> 3.3V, e.g. at the Fingerprint sensor block
GND --> GND e.g. at the Fingerprint sensor block
DIN --> P19 at the fingerprint sensor
CLK --> e.g. P9
CS --> May be tied to GND, if you just connect one device
DC --> e.g. P10
RST --> e.g. P2, which is shared with the RGB led. You may also connect it to Reset. Then the display is reset wehn you push the butto.
BUSY -> P15 at the fingerprint sensor
ok thanks ! do you know how can i connect the HAT to the pyscan ?
robert-hh last edited by robert-hh
@gael-cobert User mcauser invests a lot of time in drivers for displays. Even when made for the micropython.org dialect, they should either work or be easy to adapt. see:
Edit: The one I tested worked instantly