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      Grove - Serial LCD
      • Grove - Serial LCD
      • Grove - Serial LCD
      • Grove - Serial LCD
      • Grove - Serial LCD

      Grove - Serial LCD

      SKU 104020004
      • this product is replaced by Grove - LCD RGB Backlight
      • Serial LCD Driver twig is an UART based LCD1602 display (Hitachi HD44780 or a compatible LCD)
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        Description
        this product is replaced by Grove - LCD RGB Backlight
         
        Serial LCD Driver twig is an UART based LCD1602 display (Hitachi HD44780 or a compatible LCD). It can control LCD1602 only with two I/O port pins (UART Tx and Rx).The VCC and GND are the only additional pins required for operation. Conventional LCD drivers use 7-11 I/O port pins, whereas Serial LCD twig saves all these additional I/O pins. Serial LCD twig uses AT89S52 for implementing the UART Driving logic. Now has been updated to v1.0b.
         
        Features
        • Very easy to use.
        • 4-Pin Connection ( 2 I/Os and 2 Power Pins) .
        • API design similar to Arduino LiquidCrystal Library.
        • Module automatically returns to listening mode.
        • Comes with a rich set of demo applications.
        • Back light control to save power.
        • Arduino/Seeeduino compatible.
        For all Grove users (especially beginners), we provide you guidance PDF documents. Please download and read through Preface - Getting Started and Introduction to Grove before your using of the product.
         
        Documents

        Please visit our wiki page for more info about this product. It will be appreciated if  you can help us improve the documents, add more demo code or tutorials. For technical support, please post your questions to our forum.

         

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        Hello! I need help
        Hardware: Arduino Uno R3, Grove-Base Shield V1.3, Grove-Serial LCD V1.1
        Softwre: Win7(64bits), Arduino V1.04 (Arduino as ISP), LCD library from
        New_Serial_Library.zip(E

        on Oct 19,2016
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        <p>Hey,sorry for not understanding your meaning clearly,could you please put a post on the forum(<a href="http://www.seeedstudio.com/forum/).Thanks" rel="nofollow">http://www.seeedstudio.com/for...</a>.</p>
        on Oct 20,2016 10:46 AM
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        <p>Do you have an idea of when this would be available?</p>
        on Oct 20,2016 10:48 AM
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        Everything worked fine before I added the scroll. Now integers are printing in Japanese Katakana. How do I fix this?

        on Oct 19,2016
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        <p>Hey, Japanese can't be displayed.</p>
        on Oct 20,2016 10:46 AM
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        <p>If something plug onto the board, yes, it's difficult to remove the micro SD card. If nothing plug onto the board, it's easy to remove it. Anyway, thanks for your attention, we will take it into consideration in the next version of Stalker. Thanks a lo
        on Oct 20,2016 10:47 AM
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        Is it possible connect LCD directly to white serial socet by grove cable w/o any additional card? I connect & load software, but LCD don't work. Only D1&D2 led ON.

        Grove - Serial LCD v1.1 + Seeeduino 3.0 not working

        on Oct 19,2016
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        <p>Hey,you need plug Serial LCD to D11(TX--digital 11,RX-digital 12),but not UART port.</p>
        on Oct 20,2016 10:46 AM
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        If the LCD has a operation voltage of 5V+; Is it also necessary to add a buffer (ex. LM358) between the LCD and the microcontroler (Atmega328p) of the PanStamp (panstam.com) pins D0, D1?. If it is like th

        on Oct 19,2016
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        <p>Ok,thanx.....</p>
        on Oct 20,2016 10:45 AM
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        <p>If the number of pins are the same to xbee serials, yes, you can.</p>
        on Oct 20,2016 10:47 AM
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        Can this LCD be used with the D0,D1 hardware Tx,Dx pins on Arduino? I would rather not have the LCD being controlled with a soft serial port.

        on Oct 19,2016
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        <p>Hi,you can use Tx and Rx,but maybe you just regard it as a software serial port.Whatever,if you want use it as a hardware port,you need modify the libraries.</p>
        on Oct 20,2016 10:44 AM
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        <p>the code is SoftwareSerial SoftSerial(2, 3), so the pins we have used are digital 2 and digital 3. This GPS module should better be used outdoors, you might not get signal when using indoors.</p>
        on Oct 20,2016 10:47 AM
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        Hi, i'm trying to use my new LCD with my seeeduino 3.
        My seeeduino is set to use 5v, i tried to connect the LCD in different digital I/O's. The exemple sketches is using the SoftwareSerial library. And i'm reseting the seeeduino after upload the cod

        on Oct 19,2016
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        <p>Hello Deray, never mind, i was using the LCD in the D12, but i was also using the Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy, and the BLE Shield user IOS from 8 until 13... i changed the hardware and software configuration and it "worked like a charm"....</p>
        on Oct 20,2016 10:44 AM
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        <p>Hi,maybe you can use this Converter(<a href="http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/jst-254mm-to-20mm-converter-pack-p-1030.html?cPath=178_179)" rel="nofollow">http://www.seeedstudio.com/dep...</a></p>
        on Oct 20,2016 10:44 AM
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        Hello,
        Is it possible to create custom characters on this LCD, like for the Sparkfun display or any other parallel LCD ?
        Thanks

        on Oct 19,2016
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        <p>Hi Romuald, this LCD can only support to display ASCII character limited by its firmware.</p>
        on Oct 20,2016 10:44 AM
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        <p>Hi Jacket, thanks for the reply. I've consulted the EAGLE file and I can't locate the connection between EN and VCC. If you could provide a more detailed answer I would be happy to edit the wiki with the information.</p>
        on Oct 20,2016 10:44 AM
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        Can you tell me where to find the most current of the SerialLCD and NewSoftSerial Libraries and how to verify they are most current ... I have placed the libraries in directory as you have instructed but setup still not compiling... Thanks

        on Oct 19,2016
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        <p>Hi David Smith.Could you show us what errors you have got when compiling,so we could confirm whether your libraries are wrong.</p>
        on Oct 20,2016 10:44 AM
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        <p>Yes, it can be used to charge this 6A lithium battery , note that only charged for one lithium battery. ( N cell pack + battery management circuit = one lithium battery )</p>
        on Oct 20,2016 10:44 AM
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        Thank you Jacket … following your idea i trashed Arduino software reinstalled (1.0.3) then reinstalled NewSoftSerial10c(1).zip [8KB] and SerialLCD-Library.zip[14KB]

        In file included from

        on Oct 19,2016
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        <p>Hello, the v2.3 almost the same as v2.2, hence, the wiki of v2.2 is available for v2.3</p>
        on Oct 20,2016 10:43 AM
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        <p>Thank you ... i have libraries in correct directory position and added them in the Arduino path also ... there error referencing "WProgram.h"makes me think the code is incompatible with Arduino 1.0.3 ... if i add to SerialLCD.h the code #if defined(ARD
        on Oct 20,2016 10:44 AM
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        Trying example for Serial LCD but will not compile ... using

        // initialize the library
        SerialLCD slcd(11,12);//this is a must, assign soft serial pins

        ... error at this point ... 'SerialLCD' does not name a type

        Arduino Uno, Grove

        on Oct 19,2016
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        <p>Hi,this is a low power consumption board , and it can be powered up by 3.7v lithium battery . For the power consumption in sleep mode , we do not test it , you can refer to the datasheet of MEGA328P . And On mode , you can know at ???<a href="http://se
        on Oct 20,2016 10:43 AM
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        <p>Hi David.The libraries you have downloaded is not the right one.Please confirm version of your LCD and download the corresponding libraries.Attention:delete other wrong Serial LCD libraries first before you unzip a new one.</p>
        on Oct 20,2016 10:43 AM
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