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A open source microcontroller platform, featuring very easy to use hardware and software based on the Atmel AVR processor, USB interface to a host PC, and a simple, C based Integrated Development Environment. The IDE has been adapted for use with MANY processors and devices, includeing the ESP-8266

Intefacing to the LCD Panel 1 by Bud Justen

The BOB Panel adds LCD, LEDs, Switchs, relay driver, or breakout to full sized stepper motor drivers.

Arduino SPI Code for ENC2 / AS5047P Magnetic Rotary Position encoder

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