Igor Kromin |   Consultant. Coder. Blogger. Tinkerer. Gamer.

I've posted an Eagle Library for the 1.38 inch round LCD modules that I've ordered. These have finally arrived in the mail today. I can now verify that the Eagle device I've created matches the pin dimensions so I can go ahead with making my breakout board!

Here are three of these screens in a row. They are really quite small. The displays are available to buy at AliExpress.
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In terms of packaging, it was quite poor, just shoved into the box with some bubble wrap on one end and foam packing in-between each screen. At least they arrive intact.

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I ordered 6 of these for redundancy. The connectors are a little bent on a number of them, but I'm sure that won't affect their performance once they're soldered down.

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The build quality seems quite good however.

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...and finally a printout of an example circuit board with the LCM overlaid on top. It actually aligns completely, the photo is a bit off because the connector on the LCM is not perfectly straight.
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-i

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