for ArduinoIDE, Longruner 20×4 LCD Display Module IIC/I2C/TWI Serial 2004 with Screen Panel Expansion Board White on Blue, 4 pin Jump Cables Wire Included

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2018 latest high-quality I2C LCD2004-character LCD display module, a new high-quality 4 line 20 character LCD module not only set the contrast control knob selector switch also has a backlight and IIC/I2C communication interface. With IIC/I2C interface, it only takes two I/O port thus saving more for other usages. You can adjust the contrast by the potentiometer at its back. If you don’t want the back light, you can also unplug the jumper cap at the LCD back. For ArduinoIDE beginners, not for the cumbersome and complex LCD driver circuit connection and a headache, the real significance of this LCD module will simplify the circuit, this module directly into the ArduinoIDE Sensor Shield V5. 0 sensor expansion board IIC device interface can, GM 4P sensor connection cable, programmed through the ArduinoIDE controller, you can easily identify the slogan, sensor data records. With this shield, you can display whatever you want by programming the ArduinoIDE board. Therefore, this is a perfect choice to make your project more interesting and vivid!

Practical: LCD display module based on the popular HD44780 controller, works great with ArduinoIDE and other micro-controllers
High display function: 20 characters display in one row, 4 rows can display 80 characters
Convenient: Tutorials/instructions can be get freely by email
Extra presents: 4 pin male to female jump cables, 4 Fixed LCD Panel nylon columns and 4 screws
Specification: working voltage: 5V DC; Dimension: 60x99x22 mm. IIC/I2C interface; only takes two I/O ports. I2C Address: 0x27 or 0x3F

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