To get started after unboxing your Paperino we created a step-by-step hookup guide. It describes the first steps around the hardware setup and explains how to run your first very own "Hello World!" sketch. The tutorial is split into the following sections:
To test the assembled PCBs before shipping we will need a nice testing jig concept. It should cover the PCB functioning as well as a final check of the working display. To save time and money on PCB design and manufacturing we decided to whip out some Perfboard, ordered some pogo pins on eBay, checked our component drawer and fired up the soldering iron. The schematics can be found in our hardware repo.
If you are interested in more details on building a test jig just head over here.
The 3.3/5 V super-efficient regulator that snaps right on your 9 V battery.
All you need to start playing with E-paper screens!
A small, portable, USB-connected electronics lab-on-a-board that includes an oscilloscope, waveform generator, power supply, logic analyzer, and multimeter.