Utvecklingsterminal PIC 40-pin
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Want a serial LCD with some muscle? Maybe you just need a compact development board with a USB connection. This development board is what you've been looking for. The PIC-MT-USB uses a 40-Pin PIC at 20MHz, takes power from the USB port, communicates serially through the FTDI USB<->RS232 IC, interfaces directly to a backlit 2×16 character LCD, and leaves 16 general purpose IO pins for your wildest ideas.
Take a look at the example code for a quick start into using the USB-Serial connection for directly printing to the LCD screen.
FR-4, 1.5 mm (0.062"), green soldermask, white silkscreen component print
LCD 16×2 alphanumeric display with backlight
Power supply taken from USB port
Virtual USB-RS232 port
ICSP/ICD connector for programming with PIC Programmers and Debuggers (for PICs with ICD support)
DIL40 microcontroller socket
Four mounting holes
Extension headers for PIC unused ports
Dimensions: 95x36mm (3.7×1.4")