MOD-LCD3310 OSHW monochrome LCD 84×48 pixels board with UEXT connector


MOD-LCD3310

MOD-LCD3310 is Open Source Hardware board released under Apache 2.0 Licensee.
It’s low cost 84×48 pixels LCD which can connect to any of our development boards with UEXT connectors.
The schematic in PDF format and Board and Schematic files in Eagle CAD format are on GitHub.

Examples how to connect MOD-LCD3310 to OLIMEXINO-32U4 (Arduino Leonardo), OLIMEXINO-STM32 (Maple), PIC32-PINGUINO (Pinguino), A20-OLinuXino-MICRO, LPC-P1227 (NXP) and STM32-P103 (ST) are on GitHub.

The LCD panel alone is also available for purchase on our web shop

LCD3310-1

backlight panel

NOKIA3310-BACKLIGHT-2

and the matching connector

LCD3310-CON

which you can use to make your own PCBs with this display for your next project.

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. SK
    May 28, 2015 @ 17:33:58

    Is the MOD-LCD3310 with or without the backlight?

    P.s. What happened to MOD-OLED-128×64?

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  2. Morgaine
    May 29, 2015 @ 16:57:14

    This seems a very nice little module for small standalone IoT projects.

    But is the power consumption specified? The TLS8204 driver IC has low leakage of around 3.0 µA according to the datasheet, but its dynamic current consumption is shown as “TBD”, and the power taken by the LCD panel and UEXT board itself need to be known as well.

    Monochrome LCDs themselves tend to have very low consumption, so it might be possible to use this on IoT projects powered by solar or batteries if the module’s overall consumption is small enough, At 6.95 euro, the low cost greatly encourages such use, if power permits.

    Morgaine.

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  3. Harald
    Jun 05, 2015 @ 23:15:14

    I tried to use this MOD-LCD3310 with the fbtft driver recently added to linux-staging, but couldn’t get it to work on my imx233-olinuxino board. Since I’m not familiar with SPI to debug this myself I ended up using MOD-LCD1x9 instead …

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