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16x4 LCD Display With Green Backlight

16x4 LCD Display With Green Backlight

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  • This is LCD 16X4 Alphanumeric Display With Green Backlight
  • This LCD Display have 16 Characters x 4 Lines
  • This has 5 x 8 Dots with Cursor
  • This LCD Display have Built-in Controller
  • This requires +5v Power Supply (Also Available for +3V)
  • This has 1/16 Duty Circle
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16x4 LCD Display With Green Backlight

This is the 16x4 LCD Display, A display is required if you want to add visual output to your Arduino projects. If you only need a small amount of information displayed, the 16x4 LCD Display is a good choice. This 16x4 Parallel LCD Display is a simple and cost-effective way to incorporate a 16x4 RGB Liquid Crystal Display into your project. The display is 16 character by 4 line with very clear and high contrast black text against a Green background/backlight.

This is a fantastic Green backlit LCD display. It is ideal for Arduino-based projects. This 16x4 LCD Display with Green Backlight is extremely simple to connect to an Arduino or other microcontroller. The values displayed on the display can be simple text or numerical values read by the sensors, such as temperature or pressure, or even the number of cycles performed by the Arduino.

Package Includes:

  • 1 x 16x4 LCD Display With Green Backlight

Specifications:

Dot  16 x 4 
Display Type  LCD Module 
Colour  Green Backlight 
Dimensions 5 x 4 x 3 cms 
Weight  15 grams

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1. What is LCD display 16x4?

  • The 16x4 LCD Display is a simple and cost-effective LCD display with 16 character by 4 line with very clear and high contrast. This 16x4 LCD is extremely simple to connect to an Arduino or other microcontrollers. The values displayed on the 16x4 LCD can be simple text or numerical values read by the sensors, such as temperature or pressure, or even the number of cycles performed by the Arduino.

2. How many columns and rows are present in 16x4 LCD?

  • A 16x4 LCD (liquid crystal display) has 16 columns and 4 rows. The columns are the horizontal lines of pixels on the screen, while the rows are the vertical lines of pixels. The number "16x4" refers to the number of columns and rows on the LCD, respectively.
  • In a 16x4 LCD, each character or symbol that is displayed on the screen is made up of a 5x8 grid of pixels. This means that each row of the LCD can display up to 16 characters, while the total number of characters that can be displayed on the screen at any given time is 4 rows x 16 columns = 64 characters.

3.How connect 16x4 LCD to Arduino?

  • To connect a 16x4 LCD (liquid crystal display) to an Arduino, you will need to follow these steps:
    • Gather your materials: You will need an Arduino board, a 16x4 LCD, a breadboard, and a set of jumper wires.
    • Connect the LCD to the breadboard: Place the LCD on the breadboard and use jumper wires to connect the LCD's VSS, VDD, VO, RS, R/W, E, D4, D5, D6, and D7 pins to the breadboard.
    • Connect the breadboard to the Arduino: Use jumper wires to connect the breadboard to the Arduino board. Connect the VSS and VDD pins of the LCD to the GND and 5V pins of the Arduino, respectively. Connect the VO pin of the LCD to a potentiometer, and then connect the other two pins of the potentiometer to the GND and 5V pins of the Arduino. Connect the RS, R/W, E, D4, D5, D6, and D7 pins of the LCD to the digital pins 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 of the Arduino, respectively.
    • Upload the Arduino sketch: Use the Arduino Integrated Development Environment (IDE) to upload a sketch (a program written in the Arduino programming language) to the Arduino board. The sketch should initialize the LCD and display text or graphics on the screen.