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Hi guys smiley
I want to connect this lcd to my arduino uno but i don't know how do to it
I searched the Internet how to do it but didn't find something helpful
If you can help with this it's be nice
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Hi guys smiley
I want to connect this lcd to my arduino uno but i don't know how do to it
I searched the Internet how to do it but didn't find something helpful
If you can help with this it's be nice


Is there a picture of you holding "this" lcd? We don't know which lcd you refer to.
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They are compatible with hd44780.
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Here is a LCD tutorial from Adafruit:

http://learn.adafruit.com/character-lcds
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An early hurdle is going to involve the physical connections between your LCD module and your Arduino.  The LCD modules with two parallel rows of 7 or 8 pins are a lot harder to deal with than those with a single row of 14 or 16 pins.

Don
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