How To – Use an LCD with Arduino

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How To – Use an LCD with Arduino

Arduino Lcd

Ladyada posted a thorough tutorial regarding Arduino to LCD wiring –

For a soon-to-be-released project I needed to have a character LCD display. I’ve got a box with a few of those $10 parallel LCDs that are so popular. There’s even a few libraries at the Arduino playground for easy use. Dave Fowler from uCHobby even started out with a great tutorial. However, I didn’t see any good tutorials on how to do the actual -connecting- part. So I took pix while I wired up one to a protoshield and tested it.

Hmm, “soon-to-be-released project” – better make sure I finish up those motor and ethernet shields first. – Hooking up an LCD to an Arduino

In the Maker store:
Mkardie-2
Arduino Diecimila PLUS USB Board, fully assembled

10 thoughts on “How To – Use an LCD with Arduino

  1. weirdguy.myopenid.com says:

    http://moderndevice.com/LCD.shtml

    these can be wired to the arduino with only 1 wire!

  2. Limor says:

    hi, its not an LCD shield. its a tutorial on how to connect an LCD. if you have a parallel LCD but can’t wait a few days to order a special item, then you can do it with some wires. & this tutorial was written so that people can understand how the wiring is done.

  3. patricio1976 says:

    A small experimentation i made with a 2×16 LCD:

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