Saturday, July 10, 2010

Interface 16x2 LCD to a PIC microcontroller using C

Liquid crystal displays (LCDs) are more convenient ways of displaying output results in any microcontroller based projects. If you are new to microcontroller interfacing, and want to learn how to interface a LCD to a PIC microcontroller you need to look at this. Here you will find PIC16F628A interfacing with a 16x2 LCD display and the programming is done in mikroC.

The objective of this experiment is to interface a 16x2 LCD to PIC16F628A in 4-bit mode. This means the data transfer will use only four pins of the microcontroller. There is no additional hardware setup needed for this experiment, as we have a ready-made LCD interface female ......
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