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Roman Black's^ Shift-1^ wire serial LCD driver and project board

Using a shift register to get 7 or 8 output pins from 1 PIC pin

Assembly Instructions

If you would like to use In Circuit Serial Programming with a PIC uC on the Shift-1, this little cable/adapter will help. (Thanks to Joe Watson)

The Shift 1 is designed to directly connect to a standard 1x15 LCD panel. If you want to use it with the LCD Panel 1, you can wire them together

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