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  • Can I control a LCD-128-GMD1 with a PIC16F627-04 (4MHz)?

    Hi! Can I control a LCD-128-GMD1 with a PIC16F627-04 (4MHz)?
    Best regards, adrx

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    If not, please, tell me which PIC I need to control the LCD-128...

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      adrx,Are you sure you mean the uLCD-128-GMD1? The 4D web site shows that model's status as "Coming Soon" and there are no specs available for that device at this time.

      If you mean instead, the uOLED
      -128-GMD1, which is in production, then you can control the display using any host processor that is capable of sending and receiving the serial commands required to control any of the serial platform displays from 4D Systems.

      See the following documentation for an explaination of the serial interface and the serail commands:
      http://www.4dsystems.com.au/downloads/micro-OLED/uOLED-128-GMD1/Docs/Pdf/

      Steve
      Any technology, sufficiently developed, is indistinguishable from magic. A.C. Clark(RIP)

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      • #4


        Thanks, I saw the ìLCD-128-GMD1 in http://www.lextronic.fr/
        maybe theyre grong...
        Is there a big difference between the uOLED and the uLED ??

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        • #5


          (typing error) -- I saw the uLCD-128-GMD1 on ...

          Afficheur LCD couleur "uLCD-128-GMD1"

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            The serial interface for both displays is the same. 4D Systems uses the same 5 pin interface for all of its display modules and is the reason why the uUSB-MB5 and uUSB-CE5 are suitable for interfacing to any of the displays.

            There may be some differences in the serial commands available because of the differences in the display technology and the hardware capabilities of the display, i. e. the OLED module does not have a backlight whereas the LCD does.

            Steve
            Any technology, sufficiently developed, is indistinguishable from magic. A.C. Clark(RIP)

            NEW! Lower prices on all 4D Systems products for 2009 and continuing into 2010!
            http://shop.littlepcbsolutions.com

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            • #7


              adrx wrote: (typing error) -- I saw the uLCD-128-GMD1 on ...
              [img width=186 height=144]http://www.lextronic.notebleue.com/imagelib/42/ulcd128gmd1g.jpg[/img][img width=186 height=144]http://www.lextronic.fr/scratch/vignettes/doc/produit/w_186_img1_3141.jpg[/img]
              Afficheur LCD couleur "uLCD-128-GMD1"




              17-Aug-07
              4dSystems uLCD-128-GMD1 The µLCD is a compact & cost effective all in one ‘SMART” LCD module with an embedded graphics controller that will deliver ‘stand-alone’ functionality to your project.
              http://www.dontronics-shop.com/product.php?productid=16133
              Can't understand why is still says coming soon, I have had them since 17-Aug-07

              Cheers Don...

              Footnote *** Looks like the documentation has gone. I just sent Atilla a message.
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              • #8


                The command set is exactly the same as the original uLCD-128. You can download all the information from this link:
                http://www.4dsystems.com.au/downloads/micro-LCD/uLCD-128/uLCD-128-User.zip
                Atilla

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                • #9


                  Thank u very much 4 all !

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