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
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 just the backlight lighting up, and nothing on ... Read more
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 with the use of NokiaSPI library that works perfectly,... Read more
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 bright. To use the LED backlight pin, you can use ... Read more
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 the screen. I really found this strange since over ... Read more
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 bad since you can choose which side you want to ... Read more
This is a cheap and nice graphical LCD board, easy to use with Arduino. It has
nice and very bright white backlight. Its brightness can be adjusted
programmatically. The board can display graphics and text. The board runs on 3V#, so a level shifter is needed (look for a 4050 CMOS, e.g. HEF4050BP). Great step-by-step guide is available at "http:... Read more
These displays are in mint condition,(in Elec Freaks carton boxes) mine came with unsoldered connector(s), which is a blessing ! because the supplied pins are too thick for low profile printed circuit boards female connectors, I like the shorter round pins, the supplied pins are okay for breadboards, but for making it to a final result, you should solder ... Read more
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