Graphic LCD Shield V2

Graphic LCD Shield V2

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  • Product Code: SHIELD-GLCD2
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This framed LCD12864 Shield with LED backlight is compatible with most of Arduino controllers and supports English/Chinese/Picture display. With 5 analog extension pins and 8 digital pins, the LCD12864 Shield also integrates a 5-key joystick for controlling additional functions, making it an ideal module for prototyping and interactive projects.

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  • Built in voltage regulator for 3.3V graphic LCD to operate
  • Pin used: D7, D8, D9, D10, D11, D13, A0
  • Reset button
  • 5 degree joystick (using Arduino Analog Pin 0)
  • Backlit control (using Arduino Digital Pin 7)
  • Extra 5 Analog pins & 8 Digital pins
  • Size:60x55x20mm
What is the size of LCD? __x__ ( Lianghau, 20/12/2017 )
Hi, the size is 60x55x20mm. Thanks
HI, I want to take readings from multiple DS18B20 sensors on 1 Arduino Mega 2560. Can it shows the readings? ( RUBEN, 12/11/2017 )
Hi, yes it can shows the reading. For further questions, please visit to our technical forum for similar question or post your question there, as this session is only for short inquiry. Thanks.
Hi, from the previous question, i said im using Arduino UNO. So, if i use the Arduino Mega, does it solves the problem? Or it is just the same? ( Nazhan, 03/03/2015 )

Even you use Arduino Mega, the shield can only stack on top of the same pins. So basically you still need to modification. If you have further inquiry, please do discuss in our technical forum as this section is for short inquiry, thanks :)

Hi, I want to use Arduino UNO for my project. The problem is, i am planning to use both Input Shield V2 and the LCD Shield V2 on it. The pin used by the Input Shield V2 are D8, A1, D9, D12, A3, and A2. And the pin used by the LCD Shield V2 are D7, D8, D9, D10, D11, D13, and A0. They share some of the pins. So how can I resolve this problem? And can the LCD Shield V2 be extended? ( Nazhan, 01/03/2015 )

Nop, you cannot use both in this case. One way is to develop your own input shield by designing the circuit with prototyping shield.

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