Node Library for using adafruit i2c rgb lcd pi plate
Node.js implementation for the Adafruit RGB 16x2 LCD+Keypad Kit for Raspberry Pi http://www.adafruit.com/products/1110
Note: Since version 1.0.0 this module is based on i2c-bus. For compatibility with your node.js version read the i2c-bus documentation. Older versions of this module were based on i2c. adafruit-i2c-lcd version 0.1.x only works with node.js 0.12.x and adafruit-i2c-lcd version 0.0.x only works with node.js 0.10.x.
Note: This module is compatible with Sainsmart 1602 I2C, see Compatibility
npm install adafruit-i2c-lcd --save
var LCDPLATE lcd;LCDPLATE = plate;lcd = 1 0x20;lcd;lcd;lcd;
Setting up a new LCDPLATE.
Clear the LCD, remove all text.
Close the LCD plate. Use this to stop the polling.
Set the backlight of the LCD to the given color. You can use predefined colors from the LCDPLATE class:
LCDPLATE.colors = [OFF, RED, GREEN, BLUE, YELLOW, TEAL, VIOLET, WHITE, ON]
Add the text on the LCD. Use \n as line feed. Only the first two lines will be sent to the display. If parameter clear is given and true only the text is shown, previous content on the lcd will be cleared.
Defines custom characters. Index must be between 0 and 7. Pattern is the pattern of your character, must contain exactly 8 bytes. E.g. you can easyly design your custom character at http://www.quinapalus.com/hd44780udg.html to show your custom character use eg. lcd.message('\x01').
Returns the pressed buttons as a number. Use bitmasks to mask out the state of the desired button. See LCDPLATE.buttons for button values.
Returns the name, e.g. 'SELECT' to a button number. See LCDPLATE.buttons for button values.
Fires if a button is pressed or released.
Fires if a button is released.
Fires if a button is pressed.
This library is compatible with the Sainsmart 1602 I2C (SKU: 20-011-221) with some notable exceptions. This clone has a blue backlight and an RGB LED on-board.
lcd; // Sainsmart 1602 I2C backlight onlcd; // Sainsmart 1602 I2C backlight off
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