No, but you should have an easy time buying Male-Male jumper wires or honestly even 22AWG solid core wire and connecting it up if you want.
The mating board in that kit has a host microcontroller and a bunch of peripherals, which is why it has access to USB power. I don’t think the energy harvesting capabilities of one NTI2C+ chip is enough to power the LCD, at least not with the backlight. The intended use case is for the NDEF memory on the NTI2C+ to act as NFC editable storage for a host MCU to access over I2C. Basically for embedded applications where you want a user to have limited wireless access to configure the device.
Thanks for the information! My company makes BLE connected NFC readers.
I am supporting a Developer using the NT3H2211 with 2k memory for a NFC meter application. So your Test Card is handy, I sometimes need to see the I2C side, so I use the NXP Connected Tags Explorer Board with NXP’s Peek and Poke Windows Application. https://www.nxp.com/downloads/en/apps/SW3652.zip
Nice. Well I do contract development work and consultation if you want any direct assistance. Just DM and I’ll send you my company information. Otherwise feel free to ask any questions you have or share updates about the product here.
I use a Samsung Galaxy S7, iPhone 8, and iPhone XS. I have many USB/BLE readers, including the ACS ACR1255 shown in the photo. The NTAG I2C Test Card is not discovered and the LED does not illuminate, like the red card shown in the second photo.