LCD Display Modules

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An LCD Display Module contains an LCD panel, a backlight source, and driving electronics to make the screen work. These parts are usually mounted together on a PCB.

Suggestions Before Buying an LCD Display Module

The most important things are the following:

  • Screen size
  • Resolution
  • Interface
  • Power Requirements
  • Lifetime
  • And Custom Service

Screen size

LCD Modules have various screen sizes for different uses, like 2-3 inches, 4’’, 5’’, etc. Larger sizes work best for presenting information, while smaller sizes are suitable for compact devices.


This list is about monochrome LCD modules, including character and graphic LCDs. Character LCDs have 8×2, 8×4, 10×2, 16×1, 16×2 characters and etc.

Graphic LCDs come in 128×64, 160×128, 240×128, 240×64 and more.

Check our full-color TFT LCD, mono OLED and E-Ink display modules in other product lists.


LCD Modules connect in simple interfaces, like 8/16 bit 6800 Parallel (many wires) or SPI (3/4 wires). Parallel and SPI are good for basic use.

They can also provide I2C/IIC with 2 wires and analog RGB. Parallel and SPI are good for basic use.

Power Requirements

Typically, they need a power supply from 3.3V to 5V. Some led-backlit modules can need more. Consumption depends on backlight level, interface type, etc.


Most modules are typically rated for 40,000 to 70,000 hours of use. Higher reliability and grade options are also available for industrial and military applications.

Custom LCD Module Service

Some modules have special features like an anti-glare coating, an anti-reflective treatment, a stronger polarizer (reflective, transmissive or transflective), or components for sunlight-readable applications.

These customizable options are based on your needs. You can ask for a custom LCD service.

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