KEYESTUDIO 1602 LCD IIC/I2C/TWI Display 16×2 Character LCD Screen Module for Arduin Raspberry Pi
(as of Apr 18,2021 23:24:21 UTC – Details)
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keyestudio 1602 I2C module is a 16 character by 2 line LCD display with Blue background and White backlight.
The original 1602 LCD needs 7 IO ports to be up and running, but ours is built with IIC/I2C interface, saving you 5 IO ports.
This LCD is ready-to-use because it is compatible with the Liquid Crystal Library.
LCDs are great for printing data and showing values. Adding an LCD to your project will make it super portable and allow you to integrate up to 32 characters (16×2) of information.
On the back of LCD display there is a blue potentiometer. You can turn the potentiometer to adjust the contrast.
Notice that the screen will get brighter or darker and that the characters become more visible or less visible.
What You Will See
Hookup well and upload the code to board, you should see the words “ Hello, World!” and “keyestudio” pop up on your LCD.
Remember you can adjust the contrast by turning the potentiometer on the back if you can’t make out the words clearly.
Backlight (Blue with white char color)
Supply voltage: 5V
GND: A pin that connects to ground
VCC: A pin that connects to a +5V power supply
SDA: A pin that connects to analog port A4 for IIC communication
SCL: A pin that connects to analog port A5 for IIC communication
Bright and clear display- white texts on Blue backlight, adjustable contrast
Built with IIC/I2C interface to save 5 IO ports(the original 1602 LCD needs 7 IO ports to be up and running)
Plug and play; Easy to use with Arduin Liquid Crystal Library; Easy to connect to a Raspberry Pi
LCD I602 has 4 pins. SCL should be connected to analog 5, SDA to analog 4, VCC to +5V and GND to ground
How to use: Search for “keyestudio wiki KS0061” in Google Chrome to get the wiki online tutorial for this product.