A shield that doesn’t consume all your I/O pins. Makes data output as simple as:
lcd.display (var1) // display var1 on right display
The LCD-7seg-IO provides everything you need for a user interface, all controlled
over the SPI bus. Software drivers provided!
Uses only: MISO, MOSI, SCK + one digital pin for Chip Select
Arduino Compatible I/O Board
Uses Only 4 pins!
Check out the User’s Guide to see just how easy it is to use!
Two push buttons
RS-232 port with driver
13 extra I/O pins
(8 Analog capable)
3 ½ digit LCD display
2 digit LCD display
Software user’s guide
All surface mount components installed!
LCD and Piezoelectric buzzer (included but not installed.)
Footprint for optional RGB LED and slide switch (parts not included).
(as shown above, ready to go)
Includes slide switch and tri-color LED
Anyone reasonably skilled at soldering shouldn’t have much trouble putting this together.
Why does the display have such an unusual format?