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Using the existing I2C interface on the market is somehow troublesome because you have to operate the LCD in nibble mode, which occupies lots of processing bandwidth, and put all the process and code in the host MCU. Why don't we bring the bulk of the code and processing at the back of the LCD itself, and just let the host MCU to allocate its processing power to more important thing?

This development board is designed to just do that. It was designed small enough to sit at the back of LCD module, and contains MCU to hold display routines. Or, user can program the on-board MCU as standalone MCU, and use the I2C port to control it.

Example firmware is still under development, however, anybody who knows PIC18F26K22 can develop their own algorithms.

Jun 28,2020
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