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Bus Pirate LCD adapter v3 back in stock

Posted on Tuesday, December 31st, 2013 in Bus Pirate, News by DP

The Bus Pirate LCD adapter v3 is back in stock at Seeed Studio. This breakout board lets you drive, and test HD44780, and compatible LCDs with your Bus Pirate v3. We changed the PCB to one of our standard PCB sizes, namely the DP6037 v1.

Get an LCD adapter for $9.

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One Response to “Bus Pirate LCD adapter v3 back in stock”

  1. Konrad Roeder says:

    What is the correct (Seed Studio?) acrylic case to fit the Bus Pirate LCD adapter v3?

    Do you have cables that connect to the “standard” connection for two different types of HD44780 Hitachi-compatible LCDs – 1×16 inline 2×10 dual inline?

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