Item #: DF-DFR0377 -
The 1.3" OLED Module is a fantastic screen for your next project! With a resolution of 128x64, it is suitable for applications displaying text, images, and more! What is OLED? OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) is a self light-emitting technology composed of a thin- multi-layered organic film placed between an anode and cathode. In contrast to LCD technology- OLED does not require a backlight. OLED possesses high application potential for virtually all types of displays and is regarded as the...
Item #: RG-LARGELCD -
The RobotGeek 4 Line LCD w/ Mount is a perfect screen for your next project! With twice the space of the original RobotGeek LCD, you can easily display scrolling lists, paragraphs of text, or even make a tile-based game! The display can be easily mounted to projects and Workbenches. The bottom has the standard RobotGeek 1cm X 1cm grid making all RobotGeek products compatible with each other.
Item #: ASM-RG-RCA -
Wish you could display visual elements of your project on a standard television? Unleash your vision on the screen with the RobotGeek RCA Board! This board will allow you to hook your Arduino up to any screen with a standard RCA Jack! With another board, you can output video and sound. This is a slick way to show off sensor readings, and can even be used to make rudimentary game consoles! As with all RobotGeek sensors, the hole mounting pattern is on a 1x1 CM grid so they easily mount to the...
Item #: ASM-RG-LCD -
The RobotGeek LCD is a fast and easy way to add text output to your projects. The enclosure can float freely on your desk or be mounted to projects and Workbenches. The bottom has the standard RobotGeek 1cm X 1cm grid making all RobotGeek products compatible with each other.
Item #: SS-LCD23154P -
Description Serial LCD Driver Grove is an UART based LCD1602 display (Hitachi HD44780 or a compatible LCD). It can control LCD1602 only with two I/O port pins (UART Tx and Rx).The VCC and GND are the only additional pins required for operation. Conventional LCD drivers use 7-11 I/O port pins, whereas Serial LCD grove saves all these additional I/O pins. Serial LCD grove uses AT89S52 for implementing the UART Driving logic. Now has been updated to v1.0b. Features Very easy to use. 4-Pin...