This Mini Home Automation project uses gen4-uLCD-32DT to control the lights in different parts of the model house. This demonstrates how to use the GPIO pins of a certain programmable module or board as an output. Different parts of the mini house can be controlled by using the graphical user interface of the HMI module.
The resistive touch of gen4-uLCD-32DT displays the graphical user interface which can be pressed. Upon pressing each winbuttons, the processor will send a high signal to the respective GPIO pins to turn on the LED. The winbuttons also toggle the state of their respective GPIO pins. Read more...
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