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Nice GLCD almost burnt my arduino and usb port with it
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  • posted bybeemeeup on 02/26/2013

    With help of the very helpful Tipps in the DX Forum for this product it was very easy to set up and run it using the U8glib for Arduino. none so far I will get another one on next order. Maybe I need to create a shield to make it even simplier to use. Easy to use product with perfect result for a... Read more

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  • posted bySeb26g on 12/30/2012

    - VERY VERY VERY VERY CHEAP (the cheapest GLCD screen I ever saw) - working fine for more than 5 months without any problem, - adjustable screen brightness , - powerful blue/white contrast, - totally compatible with Arduino (even Arduino nano) - connects through SPI interface = needs only 3 GND,... Read more

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  • posted byndshomebrew on 11/26/2012

    Good clear screen Pindiscription at the pins Verry fast screen Good and nice blue backlight Strong Good soldering pads. They are verry strong none its just a great screen Verry good and fast screen what looks verry nice. The housing is also verry good. The print looks good en is also verry pads 6... Read more

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  • posted bybmilne81 on 11/21/2012

    Very easy to use in I2C Screen quality is excellent Construction is very good Can't find a good explanation of how to use it in 8 bit parallel mode, so I don't know how fast the refresh rate is and thus I can't really determine how well it would function for heavy graphic displays. Other than as... Read more

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  • posted byslePP on 10/15/2012

    This display can operate in SPI mode, which is a huge benefit when you need the fewest pin count. The backlight is nice and bright and the contrast is adjustable on the back with a pot. Works out of the box with Arduino u8glib. The backlight needs to be wired separately from the display inputs, I... Read more

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