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Lean, efficient I2C LCD Arduino library

Posted on Saturday, October 20th, 2012 in Arduino, LCD, library by the machinegeek


Sam from lincomatic has released his new I2C LCD Arduino library. Known as LiquidTWI2, its a lean, high speed I2C LCD Library representing an extension of the work done by FalconFour on his LiquidTWI library, with the addition of support for Arduino 1.0+ and for Adafruit RGB LED Shield (MCP23017-based).

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2 Responses to “Lean, efficient I2C LCD Arduino library”

  1. Cristi says:

    Why not using the PCF8574? 8bit I2C expander. THe MCP is pricey and 16bits are a bit to much.

  2. Pawel says:

    It has long been done to PCA9675PW and HD44780. Reference to the translation of the article:

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