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Arduino: Arduino LCD Tutorial:  This short video looks at the different options available for connecting an LCD character display to an Arduino. It uses a wide set of displays: The nuelectronics display shield, 20x4, 20x2,16x2 and 8x2 display modules. It shows the code that you need to create an example display and describes the use of the POT in the display. The modules used are the nuelectronics display shield, JHD 204, WH1602, CM200200 and a YJ 802A. This experiment is part of an introductory module to Digital and Analogue Electronics at Dublin City University, Ireland: http://ee223.eeng.dcu.ie/Please note that the background wallpaper that is used in the logo image is from PJRC Electronic Projects, www.pjrc.com. Arduino: Arduino LCD Tutorial
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This short video looks at the different options available for connecting an LCD character display to an Arduino. It uses a wide set of displays: The nuelectronics display shield, 20x4, 20x2,16x2 and 8x2 display modules. It shows the code that you need to create an example display and describes the use of the POT in the display. The modules used are the nuelectronics display shield, JHD 204, WH1602, CM200200 and a YJ 802A. This experiment is part of an introductory module to Digital and Analogue Electronics at Dublin City University, Ireland: http://ee223.eeng.dcu.ie/

Please note that the background wallpaper that is used in the logo image is from PJRC Electronic Projects, www.pjrc.com.