Nokia 5110 LCD Display DIY Project display

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Nokia 5110 LCD Display Screen Module With Backlight PCD8544 For Arduino Raspberry Pi  Electronics Circuitry & Parts

The NOKIA 5110 LCD screen has a resolution of 84×48(or 48×84, however you read it) i.e. the screen has pixels arranged in 84 rows and 48 columns making a total of 4032 pixels (84*48=4032). So, since a NOKIA 5110 LCD screen is called a ‘Graphical LCD screen’, one has access to all the pixels, i mean, access to control each and every pixel individually(you know what I mean) unlike some of the LCD screens which are named as ‘Alphanumeric LCD Displays’ where one can access a block of pixels, generally 7×5 and place only a single alphabet or a number in that block of 7×5. If you have already worked with some alphanumeric LCD screens earlier(without any libraries), you are half-way done. In case, you haven’t worked with one earlier, no probs. I’ll let you know every possible detail I know.

So, as said earlier, the above image shows the arrangement of pixels in 48 rows and 84 columns( or vice-versa). Just like how each block in a alphanumeric LCD screens is addressed by a unique 8-bit code, every 8 pixels in the NOKIA 5110 LCD screen are assigned with a unique 8-bit address. So, let me explain about this 8 pixels grouping in the NOKIA 5110 LCD screen. Every 8 pixels vertically is grouped, as shown above and let’s call it a block(different from the alphanumeric LCD screen’s block). So, each block has a unique address to access it.

Specifications:

  • Operating Voltage is 2.7V to 3.3V
  • Current consumption is 6mA
  • Consists of 48 rows and 84 columns (84×48) monochrome pixels
  • Works using SPI interface
  • Consists of Philips PCD8544 interface chip for easy interfacing
  • Can be easily interfaced with Arduino
  • Supports decent graphics of bitmap images
  • Available in Green and Blue Backlight

Features:

  • 84 X 84 dot matrix LCD, 4 lines
  • You can use electricity conducting paste with PCB without connecting cable. Metal hooks on the module can repair module on PCB, which is easy to install and can replace them.
  • LCD chip sequencer/controller was tied to LCD chip, volume is small LCD
  • Low power supply, operating current in normal situation is lower than 200µA, and power-down mode.

Document for Download: Data:

  • RST——— reset
  • CE————chip selection
  • DC———–data/commands choice
  • DIN———–serial data line
  • CLK————serial Clock Speed
  • 3.3V————VCC
  • LIGHT——— backlight control terminal
  • GND———–power negative

Applications:

  • Can be used to display alphanumeric characters and bitmap images
  • Used in application where fancy graphics are required
  • Requires only a maximum of 5 pins to operate hence I/O friendly
  • Comes with a backlight and hence can be used even in darker environment
  • Can be used to create retro games using microcontrollers
  • Graphics are decent enough to create a basic UI

Note:

Your screen may or may not have a diode on the PCB. It does not affect performance and will vary depending on our shipment.

Package includes:

  • 1 x Nokia 5110 LCD Display Screen Module With Backlight PCD8544 For Arduino Raspberry Pi B B

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