A large LED display NCID Client!
NCIDdisplay is a homebrew NCID (Network Caller ID) client designed for easy viewing of telephone calls and short messages within a room.
- Viewing the Caller ID of the current or last call
- Viewing complete or partial text messages
- Viewing Calls or Messages from different Sources:
- Plain Old Telephone Service
- iOS and Android Devices (phones, tablets)
- NCID Gateways
- Support for 4 to 6 Adafruit LED Matrix Panels. Four Panels is the standard configuration for 2 rows x 16 characters.
- Reads call log upon connection to NCID server and stores recent history.
Displays the following information, if provided, by a
- Caller Id (CID:)
- Messages (MSG:)
- Outgoing calls (OUT:)
- Smartphone notifications (NOT:)
- Smartphone caller id (PID:)
- Hangup calls (HUP:)
- Blocked calls (BLK:)
- Display brightness can automatically brighten with incoming call or message and automatically dim after preset time.
- Debug mode(s) to send information to serial monitor (compile time option).
- NCIDdisplay is a homebrew project that requires some
- cutting or breaking Plexiglas to size
- drilling holes in aluminum and Plexiglas in exact locations
- A running NCID server. For details regarding the server, see the NCID Page. If you are not running Linux, it is suggested that you use a Raspberry Pi running Raspbian using the latest NCID armhf.deb package.