Arduino Displays

Talking to the User

Displays allow you to communicate with your user.    They range from simple segmented LEDs to state of the art TFTs.

Below you see some of the displays that I have personally connected to an Arduino.   Each section shows how I made the connection,  what libraries I used and sketches to make them run.

ICSC002A OLED Display

ICSC002A 0.96″ OLED Display Arduino Tutorial


This the ICSC002A 0.96″ OLED Display. Its small, low power, attractive and inexpensive

This tutorial will get you fired up and running in no time.

It includes pin outs, connection diagram and a sample sketch.

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OLED 1.3 SH1106

Blue SH1106 1.3 inch Arduino OLED Display Tutorial


This is a pretty clean little display. I got it to pass the U8glib test the first time without hitch.

This tutorial will take through the process of testing your own.

It includes pin outs, connection diagram and a sample sketch.
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1.8 TFT V1.0

1.8 TFT Arduino V1.0 128 x 160 Display Tutorial


For under ten bucks you can get a full color TFT display that will give your project that finished appearance.

This tutorial will show you what you need to do to get it to work. Its not hard at all.

Inside you will find pin outs, a hook up drawing and a sample sketch.
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5110

Nokia 5110 LCD Display


Tons of stuff written on this one, but here I take a different approach.

Here you will see how to use the Nokia 5110 with U8GLIB graphics library.

Includes schematics and sample code.
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144 Display TFT

1.44 Inch 128 x 128 ILI9163 SPI TFT Display


This little display is an alternative to the Nokia 5110.

It has 128 x 128 resolution and provides full color.

It is also supported by the AdaFruit GFX library.
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YWRobot LCM1602 I2C V1 Arduino Tutorial Logo

YWRobot LCM1602 I2C Driven LCD


I love communicating with a display via I2C when speed is not an issue.

I got this one going pretty quickly.

The article includes pin outs, connection diagram and a sample sketch.

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