Information visualization for the user can be implemented in electronic devices in different ways. Among them the most popular are the displays 7-segment, LED, indicators and displays, LCD (LCD), which have the greatest possibilities of visualization of information using letters, numbers, punctuation marks, special characters and various graphic symbols. Thinking about the simplicity of the design of Your devices, we prepared a proposal of imposing Arduino Shield equipped with programmable LCD display and keypad buttons.
Shield for Arduino with resistive TFT touch screen with a diagonal of 2.8". The screen has LED backlight and the resolution of 240 x 320 px. It works with 3.3 V and 5 V voltage, communicates through the SPI bus. Soldered connectors and available libraries contribute to the fact that the display is very easy to use.
Shield for Arduino with a TFT touch display with a diagonal of 2.8". The screen has LED backlight and the resolution of 240 x 320p. The board also has a connector for memory cards microSD. Soldered connectors and the available libraries contribute to the fact that the display is very easy to use.
A device that can replace more than 35 different systems. Shield is connected via Bluetooth 4.0 BLE with a mobile app that allows using via Arduino with functions of all devices running with iOS from version 9.0 or Android 4.3, for example, sensors, display, GSM, wi-fi, GPS, etc.
Shield for Arduino allows you to control multi-color RGB LED strip. Circuit board has 3 PWM output for each color component of RGB, it is also equipped with an IR receiver, which enables remote control using the remote control. Maximum load on each output is 3 A.
Touch screen display, graphic LCD TFT display with a diagonal of 2.8 " and a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels with 18-bit color depth. The module as a shield for Arduino. Works with a voltage of 3.3 V and 5V. In addition, the board has a reader for memory cards micro SD.
Module with a joystick and buttons connected directly to the ports on Arduino. It is supplied with2-axes lever and six buttons. It has built-in I2C connector, Bluetooth, nRF24L01 and slot of the Nokia 5110 display. It works with voltages of 3.3 V and 5 V to choose by the switch.
Shield for Arduino for easy connection of cameras from the ArduCAM series. It supports cameras with a matrix size from 0.3 MPx to 5 Mpx with the output RAW RGB, YUV, JPEG. It works with most Arduino boards, can also be used in conjunction with Raspberry Pi. The kit also includes a camera module OV2640 ArduCam 2 MPx 1600x1200px 60 fps.
Graphic LCD TFT display with a diagonal of 1.8" and a resolution of 128 x 160 px with 18-bit color depth. The screen has connectors fit to Arduino, communicates via SPI. In addition, the board consists of: a joystick and a micro SD memory card reader.
Shield for Arduino with display LCD TFT of 3.2" 320 x 240 px lets you easily connect the cameras from a series of ArduCAM. It supports cameras with a matrix with a size of from 0.3 MPx to 5 Mpx with the output RAW RGB, YUV, JPEG. It works with most Arduino boards, can also be used in conjunction with the Raspberry Pi. Kit also includes...
Shield for Arduino with 7 segment LED display 4 digits, 4 SMD LEDs, 3 independent buttons, buzzer, interfaces for sensors LM35 and DS18B20, interface IR receiver, potentiometer, and connector of the serial interface.
Iduino module with joystick and buttons connected directly to the ports on Arduino. Has dwuosiową the handle of the joystick and six buttons. Has I2C interface, Bluetooth, nRF24L01 and display connector Nokia 5110. Works with voltages of 3.3 V and 5 V for choice with a switch, slider.
In the basic version LCD display, built-in Arduino Shield consists of two lines of 16 characters. The maximum we can on this display to view information, consisting of 32 characters. Using the display easily thanks to the free library of Arduino “LiquidCrystal”. With just a dozen lines of code will allow You to create a menu processing machines (for example,) with the ability to navigate with the keyboard a two-button, also the set lining. Keyboard the keyboard communicates with the Arduino through a divider rezystorowy connected to one of the inputs of the Converter analog to digital. Each button of the keyboard is detected through the value of the voltage supplied to the analog input of the microcontroller.
Pad Arduino Shield with an LCD display and keypad, buttons and requires a supply voltage of 5 V, which will ensure that the screen backlight and contrast, thereby facilitating reading of the information. Because while you power the Arduino with a voltage supplied via the USB port, you may experience fluctuations that will occur przygasaniem symbols on the display or appearance barely visible rectangular fields on their website, is to use an external stabilized power supply CONSTANT current with a voltage of 7 V or 9 V, plug diameter 2.1 mm internal component It is compatible with the power connector on the Arduino Board.