Powering it with a Teensy LC

A project log for Bicycle Computer

A simple bicycle computer that shows speed and distance on a LCD screen. It works on LiPo batteries and uses a reed switch as sensor.

Clovis FritzenClovis Fritzen 05/12/2015 at 02:110 Comments

Good evening guys, how are you doing today?

This week's giveaway is about Teensy! what a lovely choice from the #Had team. these Arduino-compatible (Cortex-M0 powered) little beasts are the choice when you need low power consumption, high speed, processing capability and space reduction. Not to talk about off-the-shelf solution :) .

When I saw Myke's post I knew I needed a Teensy LC for my little bicycle computer. By adding it to my design I believe I will be able to shrink PCB real-state while keeping it modular and Arduino-compatible (all of which are part of the original idea for this project).