Nokia 5110 LCD Display Module – Red

  • Voltage range for operating supply: 5–7 V
  • Level of data interface: 2.7–5V.
  • Pixel resolution: 84 x 48
  • The backlight is blue.

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This product’s origins are sufficiently explained by its name. Yes, without a doubt! Older Nokia 5110/3310 cell phones used this red Nokia 5110 LCD Display Module. Hobbyists now utilise it extensively for literature, graphics, and other purposes.

This LCD panel is incredibly user-friendly despite being an industrial module. A simple graphic LCD screen with many applications is the Nokia 5110. Its original purpose was as a screen for a cell phone.

The Nokia 5110 LCD Display Module is installed on a PCB that is simple to solder. A mobile phone-specific Philips PCD8544 LCD driver powers the Nokia 5110 LCD Module.

Rich graphics and text can be displayed on the low-cost monochrome Nokia 5110 LCD Display Module, which has 84 X 48 pixels. A revision of the module that takes 5V input is this one. So, a second level shifter is not required.

It makes use of the same PCD8544 controller found in the LCD of the Nokia 3310. A low power CMOS LCD controller/driver with 48 rows and 84 columns of graphic display capability is the PCD8544. With just one chip handling all required display functions—including on-chip creation of the LCD supply and bias voltages—there are fewer external components required, and the device uses less power. A serial bus interface is used by the PCD8544 to communicate with microcontrollers.

Pin Configuration :
  1. (Reset) RST—-> D3 
  2. (Chip Selection) CE—->D4
  3. (Data/Commands Choice) DC—->D5
  4. (Serial Data Line)Din—->D6
  5. (Serial Clock Speed.)CLK—->D7
  6. (Backlight Control Terminal) BL—->Gnd
  7. Vcc—-> 5v to 7V
  8. Gnd—>Gnd
Pin No:Pin Name:Description
1ResetThis pin resets the module. It an active low pin (resets when 0V is provided)
2Chip Enable (CE)This pin is made low (0V) to select this particular display when more than one SPI peripherals are used.
3Data/Command (DC)This pin is used to switch between Data mode (high) and Command mode (low)
4Serial Input (DIN)This is the input pin (MOSI) through which serial instructions are sent
5Clock (CLK)All SPI modules require a common clock, this clock source is supplied to this pin
6Power (Vcc)This pin is used to power the display the supply voltage is from 5V to 7V
7Back Light (BL)Connects to the ground of the circuit.
8Ground (Gnd)Connects to the ground of the circuit.
Operation of Nokia 5110 LCD Display Module at 3.3V 

Many devices that can be used with an Arduino, require a power supply of 3.3V. This is also the case with the Nokia 5110. The best way to deal with 5V devices is to take an Arduino Pro, which can run on 5V.

Thanks to the internal clamp of the PCD8544 we can use a very simple level shifter. Four current limiting resistors of 10kΩ can do the job. When an LCD control line is high, the current through the 10kΩ resistor is just 40uA, so this is harmless. Note that we can’t read back from the LCD with this circuit.

Operation of Nokia 5110 LCD Display Module at 5V

Because VDD max = 7V, the PCD8544 controller can handle 5 to 7V, but the Nokia 5110 LCD works best at 5V. The four resistors of 10kΩ avoid streaks on the LCD display. (at 7V the screen becomes somewhat black when tested)

To have full control, you just need 5 pins. And as a classic display module among open source communities, Ibots is giving you the handful related tutorials available over the Internet. So there is no need to panic even if you just got your foot in the door.

Features :

  1. 84 X 48 dot matrix LCD, can show 4 lines of characters.
  2. Use serial interface communicate with the master processor, the number of interface signal line reduced greatly, only 8 signal lines including power and GND.
  3. Support different types of MCU, such as the Arduino, AVR, SPI, MCS51 and so on.
  4. Transfer rate up to 4Mbps, can full speed write display data without waiting time.
  5. Can use the conductive glue to connect the module to the printed board, without cables. The metal hooks on the module can fix the module on the printed board, which is very easy to install and replace.
  6. LCD controller/driver chip has been bound to LCD chip, the volume of LCD is small.
  7. Low power supply, the working current in a normal situation is lower than 200µA and has the power-down mode.
  8. “LIGHT” linked with GND, the backlight to be lit.
  9. Need you to compress the screen and PCB tighter, might be got loose after the delivery.
  10. Use a 5 to 7V controller, otherwise, the display could be quite vague.


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