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Getting started with an I2C LCD using a Bus Pirate

Posted on Friday, December 26th, 2014 in Bus Pirate, LCD by DP

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Inderpreet over at Embedded Code writes:

I got one of these (The LCD!) LCDs from the budget and the motive is to use them to display air quality. Low and behold I got them and these things are tiny… I mean more than I thought. BUT they should get the job done. This post is a little one where I try and get it to work and experiment with I2C. Lets go!

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