Done with tedious mono color backlight? This Grove enables you to set the color to whatever you like via the simple and concise Grove interface. It takes I2C as communication method with your microcontroller. So number of pins required for data exchange and backlight control shrinks from ~10 to 2, relieving IOs for other challenging tasks.
Besides, Grove - LCD RGB Backlight supports user-defined characters. Want to get a love heart or some other foreign characters? Just take advantage of this feature and design it!
Colorful RGB Backlight
Built-in English and Japanese fonts
I2C communication, uses only two IOs
Automatic power-on reset
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|Dimensions||83mm x 44mm x 13mm|
|Grove - LCD RGB Backlight||1|
Hello, this lcd need 5V to VCC.
Hello, I am sorry but there's no way to change I2C address of the LCD.
I would like to use it with a spark core. Do i need pull up resistor for i2c?
Is there a schematic for this anywhere? I'm trying to use it with a Grove Shield on an ST Micro Nucleo board. I've got it hooked up to my scope and am watching the i2c bus. One of the questions is the address for the LCD and RGB driver are shifted in t
Replying to my own post but I solved my issue. To use this display with the ST Micro Cortex M series you set the GPIO's to Open Drain, and tie them through 10K pull up resistors to 5V. Then the display will respond correctly (the ST inputs are 5v toler
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