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It's a sample 4X4 key-pad shield with a 5110 Graphic LCD interface. Just plug it on Arduino directly, you get the small development platform with keypad input and Graphic LCD display.


This KeyPad shield use 8 digital pins to do the rows and columns scanning, and it support 16 buttons.With this Keypad, your project will become easier to control.


In the shield we put a 8pin interface for the 5110 Graphic  LCD, it should be the most cost-effective display module for small project or handheld device.


More information about this shield , you can download the datasheet there and the demo code : http://iteadstudio.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=18&products_id=308&zenid=hpi43i1spt6auvp3roehhs9up0

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If I'm understanding the data sheet correctly, Arduino pins A0-A3 aren't used by this shield and are therefore available for whatever we want to use them for. But there isn't a header brought up for those pins on this shield, what's a good way for me to access them? Thanks.
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Yes! I have the same problem.. the solution: screwshield
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Yup, looks like that would do the trick. Thanks!
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