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I2C module LCD to Arduino

The most annoying of the projects with Arduino and LCD is the number of threads, because they are needed 4 for the data, two for control, two for power and two more for a pot. This module I2C 16 display×2 embedded facilitates the project, for now are required only 4 wire to get the Arduino communicates with the LCD.


This is a soldier behind a conventional HD44780 LCD display 16×2.


You can buy this module separately If you already have the display.


The connection to the Arduino is easy: SDA in A4 and SDL on A5 (Analog in the Arduino). Although A4 and A5 are analog input pins, they turn 1 1 standard I2C interface by pressing the correct library.


Works great and is much more practical than using the Conventional LCD. For testing I used the code This page.


Liked the idea of simplifying the project, aside from conserve conventional pins Arduino Uno for other projects. I leave below the links to the products used in this text:

Arduino Uno – http://www.dx.com/p/uno-r3-atmega328p-development-board-for-arduino-402904
Conventional LCD module – http://www.dx.com/p/16-x-2-character-lcd-display-module-with-blue-backlight-121356
I2C module without LCD – http://www.dx.com/p/high-quality-i2c-lcd-1602-2004-adapter-board-module-for-arduino-441226
I2C module with LCD – http://www.dx.com/p/i2c-iic-lcd-1602-yellow-green-display-module-w-4 p-wire-for-arduino-441734

About Adriano Moutinho

Adriano Moutinho
Professor of Electronics technician at CEFET-RJ, Telecommunications engineer, Master in computer science and a Ph.d. in Civil Engineering. In addition to crazy China products buyer.

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