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On 2017/6/6 at 10:59 PM, Fiery said:

AIDA64 does support remote connections through WiFi via the RemoteSensor module, but I don't think you'd have a http client on your device :)  Let us know more about the protocol we'd need to use to talk to the mentioned ESP8266 MCU.

Thanks for your reply, I think the performence of ESP8266 is too low to make http client work. Frames transmit to ESP8266 via WIFI should work but the bandwitdh consumes high. Another way I think is learn from AX206, transfer graphics by differentia. Recently, I am working on ESP8266 and ILI9488 but no luck, I think 480x320 will provide more display area, I will keep on it and think about the transfer protocol. Thank you for your help.

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On ‎2018‎. ‎01‎. ‎20‎. at 6:53 PM, Ataulf said:

Would it be possible to add support for Hama's line of photo frames (just like the now discontinued Samsung displays):

https://www.hama.com/product-showcases/digital-picture-frames

Thanks a million :-)

As far as I can understand, that picture frame isn't capable of transferring full bitmap frames from a computer to the digital picture frame.  So it cannot be supported by AIDA64 or any other monitoring software.

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is there a way to display pc sprecs on "trekstrore surftab breeze 7.0 quad" with android 4.4.2 kitkat? odospace will not find this device on pc. but my samsung woks just fine...

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On ‎2018‎. ‎03‎. ‎30‎. at 2:22 PM, hybsen said:

is there a way to display pc sprecs on "trekstrore surftab breeze 7.0 quad" with android 4.4.2 kitkat? odospace will not find this device on pc. but my samsung woks just fine...

We're not the developers behind Odospace, so cannot help you with that.  You can however use the RemoteSensor feature with any Android tablets basically:

 

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On ‎10‎/‎9‎/‎2018 at 8:29 AM, btmouse said:

RoboPeak迷你USB显示屏

http://www.robopeak.com/blog/?p=406

希望得到支持

We've ordered a sample of that display, and will implement support for it as soon as it arrives.  I'll let you know in this topic when we have a new AIDA64 beta build that you can test on the RoboPeak display.

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33 minutes ago, Fiery said:

我们订购了该显示器的样品,并在它到货时立即实施支持。当我们有一个可以在RoboPeak显示器上测试的新AIDA64 beta版本时,我会在这个主题中通知你。

a happy decision
 

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On ‎6‎/‎8‎/‎2017 at 7:46 PM, awayfar said:

Thanks for your reply, I think the performence of ESP8266 is too low to make http client work. Frames transmit to ESP8266 via WIFI should work but the bandwitdh consumes high. Another way I think is learn from AX206, transfer graphics by differentia. Recently, I am working on ESP8266 and ILI9488 but no luck, I think 480x320 will provide more display area, I will keep on it and think about the transfer protocol. Thank you for your help.

Is it possible to somehow stream the bitmap data from a TCP/IP port (of the WiFi layer) into the display?

Also, here are 2 projects that may be helpful for you:

https://diyprojects.io/esp8266-web-client-sending-data-jeedom-tcp-ip-wireless-json-api/

https://www.dfrobot.com/blog-782.html

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19 hours ago, Fiery said:

Is it possible to somehow stream the bitmap data from a TCP/IP port (of the WiFi layer) into the display?

Also, here are 2 projects that may be helpful for you:

https://diyprojects.io/esp8266-web-client-sending-data-jeedom-tcp-ip-wireless-json-api/

https://www.dfrobot.com/blog-782.html

aida64  it’s perfect if it’s compatible with the Arduino board.
 

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2 hours ago, btmouse said:

aida64  it’s perfect if it’s compatible with the Arduino board.
 

It isn't compatible, but it's mostly because AFAIK it's not possible to write a generic communication protocol for LCD displays that are connected to a PC USB port via Arduino.

However, it should be possible to write an Arduino program (sketch) to emulate an existing LCD protocol to make the Arduino+LCD combo compatible with an existing AIDA64 LCD module.

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7 hours ago, btmouse said:

how to use custom character display ?

This will make the LCD look cool !

AIDA64 doesn't support custom characters for external LCD displays.

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1 hour ago, btmouse said:

oled support custom characters displays?

for example: ER-OLEDM032

ER-OLEDM032 is a graphical (dot matrix) display that can display any kind of graphics.  With such displays you have way more flexibility than with alphanumeric (character) displays that can only display pre-defined or custom characters.

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On ‎10‎/‎10‎/‎2018 at 1:00 PM, btmouse said:

a happy decision
 

We've opened a separate topic for RoboPeak:

 

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5 minutes ago, btmouse said:

i will look for more possible LCDs for you.
 

Thank you.  Although, it would be best if you owned those displays and really wanted to use AIDA64 on them ;) 

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8 minutes ago, Fiery said:

Thank you.  Although, it would be best if you owned those displays and really wanted to use AIDA64 on them ;) 

i have a Samsung SPF-87h and lcd2usb 2004 used for aida64. :wub:

and

i have an idea
if  have two of the same models lcd,installed in  case different places,e.g. : two 1602 LCD
Can they work at the same time? 

i don't know if you can understand me.
my english is bad
can only rely on google translate

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19 minutes ago, btmouse said:

i have a Samsung SPF-87h and lcd2usb 2004 used for aida64. :wub:

and

i have an idea
if  have two of the same models lcd,installed in  case different places,e.g. : two 1602 LCD
Can they work at the same time? 

i don't know if you can understand me.
my english is bad
can only rely on google translate

I meant if you request us to add support for a currently unsupported display, it is best if you already own (or plan to own in the near future) the display :)  It's not a huge problem if you don't, for example if you only want to purchase a display when it's already supported by AIDA64.  Fortunately implementing support for RoboPeak wasn't too difficult, but there are a lot more challenging devices.

Multiple displays of the same kind is only supported for a few displays out there right now.  You can use:

  • two Razer LCDs
  • two AlphaCool LCDs
  • three picoLCDs
  • three Saitek LCDs
  • three Trefon LCDs
  • three Cwlinux LCDs
  • three YoctoPuce OLEDs
  • three Crystalfontz LCDs
  • three Aquaero LCDs
  • three LCDInfo LCDs
  • three Phidget LCDs

We only enable more than one LCD support (of the same kind) per request, since most users only have one display from a particular vendor.  You can however mix any number of displays when they're different kind.  For example, you can use one LCD2USB, one Samsung SPF, one Matrix Orbital GX, one RoboPeak, and one EastRising (so 5 displays total, but it can be even more) simultaneously with AIDA64.  The only difficulty you will experience with such a setup is the delays in poll rate due to the enermous USB traffic :)  BTW, just as with multiple devices support, hot-plug support and rotation support are also only enabled for a few devices.  But they can be enabled for other devices per user request.

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BeadaFrame Display Kit is an ARM Cortex-A7 development platform which bundled with a 7" TFT LCD Display. It can be powered and communicated with PC Host by a single Micro USB cable. Currently we use it as a secondary PC monitor for display of hardware status through Remote Sensor LCD.

The question is --  is there any way to implement it as a native support of AIDA LCD screen? We are running Debian Stretch on the ARM Cortex-A7 core.

front4.png

back_800.png

 

And more details of this display kit:

CPU

NXP/Freescale ARM Cortex-A7 i.MX6ULL

RAM

512MB DDR3L

Storage

16GB/32GB eMMC

Connectivities

  • 1 x WIFI 802.11 b/g/n module(AP6212)
  • 1 x USB 2.0 Host(Type A)
  • 1 x USB 2.0 OTG(Micro-USB)

Display

7.0" TFT LCD: 800x480 (AT070TN92) , w/ touch and bezel

On Board Resources

  • Reset Circuit with reset button
  • 1 x Power select jumper
  • 1 x Boot select jumper
  • 1 x USER LED

Dimension

188 x 118 x 35(mm)

Operating System

Debian Stretch

Consumption

5V/350mA

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10 hours ago, beada said:

BeadaFrame Display Kit is an ARM Cortex-A7 development platform which bundled with a 7" TFT LCD Display. It can be powered and communicated with PC Host by a single Micro USB cable. Currently we use it as a secondary PC monitor for display of hardware status through Remote Sensor LCD.

The question is --  is there any way to implement it as a native support of AIDA LCD screen? We are running Debian Stretch on the ARM Cortex-A7 core.

And more details of this display kit:

CPU

NXP/Freescale ARM Cortex-A7 i.MX6ULL

RAM

512MB DDR3L

Storage

16GB/32GB eMMC

Connectivities

  • 1 x WIFI 802.11 b/g/n module(AP6212)
  • 1 x USB 2.0 Host(Type A)
  • 1 x USB 2.0 OTG(Micro-USB)

Display

7.0" TFT LCD: 800x480 (AT070TN92) , w/ touch and bezel

On Board Resources

  • Reset Circuit with reset button
  • 1 x Power select jumper
  • 1 x Boot select jumper
  • 1 x USER LED

Dimension

188 x 118 x 35(mm)

Operating System

Debian Stretch

Consumption

5V/350mA

That looks like a very interesting project.  IMHO it would be best if we could somehow work together to develop a custom, fast LCD protocol that works via USB connection.  If you work for the manufacturer of the Beada hardware, please drop me a private message.  If not, then please let me know what are your qualifications on the software developer's side, since only knowing a bit more about you (or what you can do on the side of your Beada hardware in terms of software/API matters) I can propose possible ways to implement a proper USB communications protocol for the Beada.

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