Hello, I am currently programming a dispaly with a PIC16F1827(MCC). The display has 4 lines and 20 columns (https://asset.conrad.com/media10/add/160267/c1/-/en/002238796DS00/datenblatt-2238796-display-elektronik-lcd-display-weiss-20-x-4-pixel-b-x-h-x-t-98-x-60-x-116-mm-dem20486fgh-pw.pdf). For the beginning I would like to output a letter or a word but I have no idea how to do that in MCC. I would be very happy if someone can help me, because I need this information for a school project. Thank you
This display seems to be compatible to HD44780. Search for that number.
Ypu will also find lots of code example for HD55780 displays via PC8574. This is a very common use case in the Arduino world.
The problem is, that I use a PIC16F1827 and not an Arduino.
Which programming language and which compiler are you used ?
Niklas K. schrieb: > The problem is, that I use a PIC16F1827 and not an Arduino. Are you not able port a few lines of C code to another microcontroller? Anyway: I am pretty sure that you can find examples as well for a PIC microcontroller. This is common hardware - really.
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Niklas K. schrieb: > The problem is, that I use a PIC16F1827 and not an Arduino. Of course you should use i2c routines fitting the PIC.