Teensy 4.0 With NMEA 2000 Connector And 240 x 240 IPS LCD
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This board carries an Arduino-compatible Teensy 4.0 microprocessor system, a 240x240 pixels IPS LCD, and a Micro C NMEA 2000 connector.
The board receives power through the 12 VDC NEMA 2000 connector that feeds an onboard 5 VDC regulator. There is also a 4-way 1mm (Qwiic) IC2 connector for external sensors.
The example sketch (see link below) reads data from an NMEA 2000 wind sensor and a temperature sensor and displays the reading on the LCD.
- Teensy 4.0 (installed)
- CAN connection via Micro-C connector
- On board voltage regulator (Input voltage range 7 VDC to 12 VDC)
- Reverse supply voltage protection
- 120 Ohm terminator ready
- 1.54" 240x240 wide angle IPS TFT LCD display
- Qwiic (I2C) connector for extra sensors
The images below represent an example of reading data from an NMEA 2000 wind and temperature sensor and displaying the results.
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