battletux wrote:Texy, are you able to access the unused GPIO pins with this at all? And which pins are used for the screen?
Considering a screen for IP info on my dev Pi.
Do you mean are the GPIO pins that are not used by the display available?
If so - yes they are. I included pads that are tracked to each of the GPIO connector pins, including power rails etc. I also included silk screening to label them, but i errrr ahem, made a mistake with those as i accidentally got the orientation wrong. However this is what the underside looks like :
..the centre pads are a repetition of the GPIO connections.
The Nokia LCD board uses the following GPIO pins :
BCM GPIO17 (pin 11) - Reset
BCM GPIO21 (pin 13) - SCE
BCM GPIO22 (pin 15) - DC
BCM GPIO18 (pin 12) - LED, PWM driven
BCM GPIO23 (pin 16) - DIN
BCM GPIO24 (pin 18) - SCLK
plus GND, 3v3, 5v
Hope this helps,
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