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Project Help and Ideas » Ohms (Omega) symbol on nerdkit LCD?

March 02, 2012
by nismotony
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I've tried using the ascii code for the symbol but it doesn't work. Anyone know if it is possible?

March 02, 2012
by pcbolt
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Tony -

Did you use 0xF4 as the ascii code? I think this is what the LCD needs to see. If all else fails you can "roll your own" by following this tutorial.

March 02, 2012
by nismotony
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Pcbolt, 0XF4 worked! Thank you! I was trying 0XEA

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