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Interfacing with HC16102-B Help

Mon Sep 14, 2015 12:42 am

So back in the day (I dunno, couple years ago?) I had my original Raspberry Pi working with this HC16102-B LCD Character Display thing I picked up from a random parts bin on the cheap. Since then, I've lost the SD card associated with that Pi, which has suffered a beating and is inoperable. I now have a A+ that I am wanting to interface with it to display some MPD info. But the pinout information is greek to me (I'm really rusty with this stuff) and I don't want to break stuff. I found the datasheet for the HC16102-B but if anyone could help me out with how I would wire it up to my Pi, that would be great. And if you need more info or I just missed something like a basket case, let me know.

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Re: Interfacing with HC16102-B Help

Mon Sep 14, 2015 5:58 pm

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