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20x4 Serial 3.3V LCD Module Blue with White backlight for TI Launchpad
LCD 20x4 blue

20x4 Serial 3.3V LCD Module Blue with White backlight for TI Launchpad

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Part Number:LCD-0041-NKC
20x4 LCD Module Blue with White Backlight. It has serial interface (serial TTL, i2c and SPI) for easy interface to any micro controller, all in a standard LCD module size (no more backpack or wider size needed). Contrast and backlight can be controlled using serial commands. Serial interface is selectable by setting different jumpers (soldering and removing resistors on 2 SMD soldering PADS).

Connection information for different serial interfaces:

For Serial (UART) interface, use pins 1 to 3 (Pin 1 = RX, Pin 2 = GND, Pin 3 = +3.3V) on header. For i2c interface, use pins 7 to 10 (Pin 7 = SCL, Pin 8 = SDA, Pin 9 = GND, Pin 10 = +3.3V) on header. For SPI interface, use pins 5 to 10 (Pin 5 = SS, Pin 6 = SDO, Pin 7 = SCK, Pin 8 = SDI, Pin 9 = GND, Pin 10 = +3.3V) on header.

Dimensions: 98 x 60 x 13.5 mm

/* NKC Electronics 16x2 Serial 3.3V LCD test with TI Launchpad MSP-EXP430G2 16x2 Serial LCD pinout for UART serial communication pin 1: RX pin 2: GND pin 3: +5V connect pin1 to LaunchPad Pin P1.2 (UART) connect pin2 to LaunchPad GND connect pin3 to Launchpad VCC Default communication speed is 9600 */ char ESC = 0xFE; void setup() { Serial.begin(9600); // Initialize LCD module Serial.write(ESC); Serial.write(0x42); Serial.write(ESC); Serial.write(0x41); Serial.write(ESC); Serial.write(0x51); // Set Contrast Serial.write(ESC); Serial.write(0x52); Serial.write(40); // Set Backlight Serial.write(ESC); Serial.write(0x53); Serial.write(8); Serial.print(" NKC Electronics"); // Set cursor line 2, column 0 Serial.write(ESC); Serial.write(0x45); Serial.write(0x40); Serial.print(" 16x2 Serial LCD"); } void loop() { } Product Datasheet

Additional Information

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