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Buen producto recommended! Works fine. cheap and easy to use scratch on screen
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  • posted byjefftheworld on 11/29/2014

    If you're looking for an inexpensive but versatile LCD screen for use with an Arduino, Raspberry Pi or another microcontroller then look no further. 48 pixels by 84 pixels gives you actually quite a lot to work with for both text and simple graphics. Even if you aren't a strong coder there are plenty ... Read more


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  • posted bywackyfrog on 11/10/2014

    Pros: build quality is good, popular model, a lot of examples of usage. Cons: contrast is not the best. I bought it for exploring the Arduino. Contrast could be better, but for experimentation and prototyping it's suitable. Read more

    Impression:Works fine.;

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  • posted bybrahmann on 08/26/2014

    Easy to connect, lots of infos, documentation and sample code on the internet. If You see nothing on the screen after connecting, keep in mind that the contrast is set by software command. Read more

    Impression:cheap and easy to use;

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  • posted bypanjas51 on 08/22/2014

    it's a cheap and well documented on the web lcd sreen. Library are easy to find for arduino or PI. Works fine without any problem. It's only 84x48 pixels. It's a very small one compared to the phone and smartphone we have now. Mine, even brand new, had some scratches on the screen. Read more

    Impression:a bit small, scratch on screen;

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  • posted byRictronics on 08/12/2014

    Ventajas: Configuracion sencilla y facil Contras: Alimentacion doble 5volt y 3,3volt que hay que estar pendientes de no quemar la pantalla Read more

    Excelente para desarrollar los proyectos con Arduino

    Impression:Buen producto;

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  • posted bybkonka on 08/05/2014

    Pros: cheap and easy to program, easy to connect. Cons: you gotta mess around with values of brightness/contrast, to find the right value I used it with Raspbery Pi, at 1st I thought it didn't worked, but then I played around with the brightness and contrast values, then I got it to work. So if you see ... Read more

    Impression:Works fine.;

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  • posted byGCrusty on 07/04/2014

    This object doing exactly what he should do. Ports are the right size for a breadboard, contrast and brightness of the backlight is PWM adjustable. We need to weld the connector as it is not in advance. But it helps to choose the orientation and location of connector. With a Raspberry Pi, no problem ... Read more

    Nokia 5110 whith breadboard and Raspberry Pi

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  • posted byteamjcr on 06/08/2014

    Inexpensive and easy to use! Works with Arduino Mega using the PCD8544 driver library posted on Arduino's website. Highly recommended if you need an inexpensive display to show status information. None. Could be nicer if there was a backlight dimming circuit. With all 4 LED being on it is a little too ... Read more

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  • posted byboosthf on 01/28/2014

    The product was much better then expected. The backlight is very bright en really iluminates the screen. There fits more text on the screen then i expected. I think this product has a very good price. It is great for your little projects. I gave 3 stars to quality because there was a small scratch on ... Read more

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  • posted byAaronZimm on 01/04/2014

    Easily fits 104 characters on screen. Bright back-light with brightness control. Contrast controls. I've accidentally shorted it and made it flicker on and off rapidly and there hasn't been any noticeable damage. Interfacing it with an Arduino was effortless. You must solder on the pins. This isn't so ... Read more

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