Arduino Tutorial – Ultrasonic Sensor HC-SR04 with LCD Display (Distance Meter)

Display the results from the HC-SR04 Ultrasonic Sensor on an LCD

 

Required Hardware:
Arduino Board – https://goo.gl/UyGYeF
Ultrasonic Sensor – https://goo.gl/dRkWUg
LCD Display – https://goo.gl/1ljUCs
10K Ohm Potentiometer – https://goo.gl/c90Uix
Breadboard – https://goo.gl/yCa8hX
Jumper Wires

Arduino Compatible SCM – https://goo.gl/yi21yB
Electronics Equipments – https://goo.gl/covX9J
Module Board For Arduino – https://goo.gl/81dafX

 

Connections:
The HC-SR04 Ultrasonic Module has 4 pins, Ground, VCC, Trig and Echo. The Ground and the VCC pins of the module needs to be connected to the Ground and the 5 volts pins on the Arduino Board respectively and the trig and echo pins to any Digital I/O pin on the Arduino Board.

 

The HC-SR04 sensor attach to the Breadboard
The Sensor VCC connect to the Arduino Board +5V
The Sensor GND connect to the Arduino Board GND
The Sensor Trig connect to the Arduino Board Digital I/O 9
The Sensor Echo connect to the Arduino Board Digital I/O 10

 

LCD Display Connection:
Before wiring the LCD screen to your Arduino or Genuino board we suggest to solder a pin header strip to the 14 (or 16) pin count connector of the LCD screen.
To wire your LCD screen to your board, connect the following pins:

LCD VSS pin to Arduino GND
LCD VDD pin to Arduino 5V
LCD VO pin to 10k Potentiometer center pin
LCD RS pin to digital pin 1
LCD RW pin to Arduino GND
LCD Enable pin to digital pin 2
LCD D4 pin to digital pin 4
LCD D5 pin to digital pin 5
LCD D6 pin to digital pin 6
LCD D7 pin to digital pin 7
The 10k Potentiometer other legs connect to +5V and GND
For the backlight of the display, pin 15 (A+) and 16 (K-) of the LCD connect to +5V and GND

 

If you want, can be use a 220 ohm resistor to power the backlight of the display.

 

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