LCD Display Arduino Compatible Shield


LCD Display Arduino Compatible Shield
Stock Number: 31059 MP
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LCD and keypad shield for Arduino
LCD Shield for UNO, MEGA & Duemilanove.
LCD features: 16 character by 2 line LCD module (Hitachi 44780 compatible), dark blue back ground, white characters, White LED backlight and contrast. Shield has 5 control buttons for: Up, Down, Left, Right and Select. Buttons use only one analog ADC port input, saving pins for other uses. Additional features include LCD contrast adjust, Reset button, ICSP port and power LED. Solder pads available for access to +5v, Gnd, Rst, A1-A5 and digital D0, D1, D2, D3, D11, D12, D13.
Power: +5 volts @ 26mA (supplied by Arduino)
Character size 2.95mm X 5.15mm
Dot Size 0.55mm x 0.60mm
Overall size: L3.20in., W2.35in., H0.55in(excluding pins)
Power: +5 volts @ 26mA (supplied by Arduino)
L: 3-1/8” W: 2-1/4” H: 7/8 O/A WT: .12

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Easy to use, well documented
I found the DFRkeypad library in the Arduino list and installed it. It more or less worked, though the keypad code is a bit rough. The display worked out of the box, and I really like the programmable backlight level.
- Eric Hazen, MA
 
Good tip.
Thanks Robert for the tip about changing the initial pin numbers. Hello World!
- Dirk DeRose, OK
 
Works great with MPJA UNO once sketch changes are made.
Most of the LCD test sketches use different pins that dont allow this 1602 LCD shield to function when plugged directly onto the UNO board. Change the initilization line to: LiquidCrystal lcd8, 9, 4, 5, 6, 7; and the basic 1602 LCD test sketch should run correctly with this shield. Im a new Arduino user and having fun with MPJAs UNO and additional hardware options. I rate this LCD as 4 star only because it is not directly plug and play.
- Robert C, IN