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  • Good Display - Quick to hookup

    posted by jnickerson1967

    Picked up this display for ease of use. Having limited number of pins on an Arduino Ethernet, this seemed the best fit.With a little digging (the label on the box :) ) was able to find an Arduino library and schematics.They can be found here:http://www.elecfreaks.com/store/i2cspi-lcd1602-modulewhite-on-blue-p-315.html?zenid=1f0fbuffusqbnellv4ktl0ts27
    With a little digging (the label on the box :) ) was able to find an Arduino library and schematics.They can be found here:http://www.elecfreaks.com/store/i2cspi-lcd1602-modulewhite-on-blue-p-315.html?zenid=1f0fbuffusqbnellv4ktl0ts27
    Good Display
  • Easy to use with Arduino Uno

    posted by diypwn

    Standard pin layout that works with existing library and examples. Pins are soldered on the backside so you can mount the display in a project box. I use mine with Arduino Uno + resistors to limit the current (see comment below).Ada Nokia 5110 software library and example sketch for Arduino works out of the box if you connect the pins according to the sketch. Contrast setting in the sketch may need some tweaking. Note: you also need the Ada GFX library to be able to compile.
    This works without extra hardware with 3.3V logic (like Arduino Due). But it will also work with 5V boards like Arduino Uno if you use resistors to limit the current: 1K Ohm for SCE/CS pin and 10K Ohm for the other four pins. Backlight works with 3.3V. Alternatively, you could use logic level shifters like 74LVC245 instead of resistors.
    Nice display if you need more than 16x2 chars, or the ability to show graphics, for your microcontroller project. Some units may be a bit dodgy because of the rubber strip that connects the display to the board. If you get one, RMA straight away because they are difficult (impossible?) to fix.
  • Great color LCD for your small projects

    posted by netiness

    Small, compact and relatively cheap. The display uses the ILI 9314 chip, so for documentation on how to program the display go to http://www.displayfuture.com/Display/datasheet/controller/ILI9341.pdf. The display also has a SD card reader, although this is not connected. The display has backlight controlled from a separate pin, and was very easy to hook up to my Netduino through SPI. Max speed for SPI clock seems to be around 1.3Mhz, making it a bit slow.
    Once you understand how to program it, setting individual pixels is a piece of cake, it even has hardware scrolling :)
    I have been running this for some days straight now, and there has been no problems. For me this have been good value for money.
  • Good product

    posted by donno

    Cheap product.Easy to use. Just put the shield on the arduino and go.The trim pot to reduce or increase the background light works smooth.Nice background color.
    Use this library:http://www.robotshop.com/dfrobot-lcd-keypad-shield-arduino.htmlIt's the same shield.
    nice product for nice price.Packing and shipping could be better.Good idea is to ship shields in a carton box instead of envelope.
  • Great expansion to the Arduino

    posted by Sebzinat0r

    Great shield for prototyping and easier use of LCD screens. I recomend downloading the LiquidDisplay library. The setup of the shield is really just plug & play. Easy! Great price!
    Great product for a great price!
    Just buy it! No big cons!

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