LCD1602 Parallel LCD Display with IIC/I2C interface

  • LCD1602 is the model.
  • Interface: I2C Address for the interface: 0x27
  • White is the character’s colour.
  • Backlight: bluish
  • 5V is the supply voltage.
  • Size of board (L x W x H) in millimetres: 80 x 36 x 18

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A display is required if you wish to provide your Arduino projects any visual output. The LCD1602 Parallel LCD Display with IIC/I2C interface is a decent option if you only require a little amount of display.

For a straightforward and affordable way to incorporate a 16×2 White on RGB Liquid Crystal Display into your project, try the LCD1602 Parallel LCD Display. The display is 16 characters by 2 lines with a blue backdrop/backlight and extremely readable, high contrast white lettering.

The amazing blue backlight LCD display is this one. For projects based on Arduino, it is excellent. It is quite simple to interface this LCD1602 Parallel LCD Display with Yellow Backlight with an Arduino or other microcontroller.

This display solves the problem with the LCD1602 Parallel LCD Display, which requires approximately 8 pins on your Arduino in order to operate. Fortunately, an I2C converter is soldered directly onto the display pins in this device. Thus, all that is required for connection are the I2C pins, which display minimal coding and a suitable library.

Two bidirectional lines, known as SDA (Serial Data Line) and SCL (Serial Clock Line), are used by the Philips-developed I2C serial bus type. It is necessary to link both using pulled-up resistors. The standard voltages for usage are 3.3V and 5V.

The wiring is rather simple if the I2C adaptor, like the one in this product, is already soldered onto the board. Generally, you only need four pins to connect. GND and VCC, naturally. Five volts are needed to operate the liquid crystal display. Thus, we attempt the 5V Pin.

Simple text or numerical values read by the sensors, such as temperature or pressure, or even the number of cycles the Arduino is executing, can be displayed on the display.

Features :

  1. I2C Reduces the overall wirings.
  2. 16 characters wide, 2 rows
  3. I2C adapter allows flexibility in connections
  4. White text on the Blue background
  5. Single LED backlight included can be dimmed easily with a resistor or PWM.
  6. Arduino IIC/I2C interface was developed to reduce the IO port usage on the Arduino board

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