LCD: Interfacing with PIC Microcontrollers Part 2

14 thoughts on “LCD: Interfacing with PIC Microcontrollers Part 2”

  1. Hi,

    thanks for your fantastic projects and tutorials. I like them so much.
    I’m reading these tutorials on lcd’s, but I don’t success in finding full source code in the site:

    http://www.robothead2toe.com.my

    since it seems to be inactive.

    where can I find this stuff for downloading?

    Thanks in advance and kind regards,
    Vincenzo

  2. I tried to make the configuration of the 4-bit but the display showed nothing. Can you send file lcd.c, system.h in 4 bit mode? Thank you!

  3. Why something LCD_senddata(‘1’) or LCD_senddata(49), the output is ‘4’ (display in LCD)?

  4. Hi weitao,
    Actually we published a tutorial on that topic in our RH2T magazine, vol. 6. Please give us some time to upload that tutorial to this site. Thanks.

  5. Dears, i finally found the thing that may made the miscommunication, i found the datasheet of my LCD LM162AFC to be worked normally we had to configure its font as 5*8 not 5*7 as you mentioned so please can you provide me with the code in case it can handle my error.
    Thanks in advance.

  6. Dears, i tried to make the configuration of the 8-bit and when i try to print character i found it printed with different characters let me give an example when i tried to print “Mohamed Hassan” it was printed as “Mohamed Haccan” and aslo when i try to print a string of character for char txt it is printed as unknown characters so please can you provide me with your advice.
    Thanks in advance.

  7. Dears, can i use the pic lcd library such as
    void Lcd_Init();
    void Lcd_Out(char row, char column, char *text);
    void Lcd_Out_Cp(char *text);
    void Lcd_Chr(char row, char column, char out_char);
    void Lcd_Chr_Cp(char out_char);
    void Lcd_Cmd(char out_char);
    and in case we can initiate this configuration how will be the sbits for this configuration ?
    Thanks in advance.

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