Quite a break !

A project log for nWatch

Selfmade watch that helps You learn STM32 programming.

Peter WasilewskiPeter Wasilewski 07/03/2016 at 14:080 Comments

Hi all!

Hmmm it seems that I've forgotten about the project on Hackaday... Sorry about that.

I had a lot of stuff going on, and not much time to take care of nWatch. Now we have vacation period, so I'm going to do my best to finish ( or just improve) actual shape of the device. I wasn't lazing actually and today I want to show You the results. I have put together the smaller ili9320 lcd, smaller pcb, and it all seems to work well. The biggest challenge was the touch screen. I couldn't use nokia's panel, because it was too big. I decided to order a few 2" panels from aliexpress. They look very nice but need, in comparison to nokia, a lot of force to detect a touch. That's really anoying and is on the 1st place on my "to do " list.

Except that I've made a new case and the wrist belt handle. Now it's time for some photograps and films:

There's how the mounting works :

And the button to turn on the device ( button not a switch ). Now I can turn it on using a switch and turn it off even using a menu's option ( in this case "counter" )

The case
The PCB ( as You can see there were several mistakes which I had to fix using the cables ;) ) Baterry placementHope You enjoyed this log, and stay tuned for more ;D