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 Post subject: driver chip for 3410
PostPosted: Thu Aug 17, 2006 3:46 
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Hello bingo600,

I came to the same conclusion as you. And the datasheet will be found easily on the philips semiconductors home: http://www.semiconductors.philips.com/acrobat_download/datasheets/PCF8814_1.pdf
...if you haven't already found it.
good luck by driving it... (I hate this initiation bytes...)

greez newbe


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 03, 2006 12:39 
Hello,

It's my first post on this forum :)

First of all i would like to thank Henri for creating the driver for the 3310 display and wish him to continue this ungrateful job :)

However i would like to ask to add a little feature to the driver:

I'm using a much more simple connection schematic from rifer:
http://rifer.ucoz.ru/publ/1-1-0-17

There are 2 LPT pins used for alimentating LCD display, and also Pin 1 of lpt is used, and those options are not available in the driver's dialog. (No need to transform 5V to 3.3V)

Would Henri be so kind to make such adaptation?

Greets


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 02, 2007 19:25 
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Hi...

I have a lcd of nokia 3310 but i cannot make it work...!

What's wrong? (I have follow the scheme that i'm find here)


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 Post subject: Possible replacements
PostPosted: Fri Mar 21, 2008 18:14 
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Hi,

I'm trying to make the supplied schematic for the 3310 LCD on a piece of testboard (not sure how to call it, it's not breadboard, you have to solder your components). I am having trouble however locating the two IC's.

The only nearby electronics stores list of available IC's can be seen here.
As a replacement for the transceiver I just searched the document for "trans" and looked up all the datasheets for the ic's that said transceiver. The only chip that possibly looked like it was somewhat of a match is SN74LS245. Datasheet can be found on
this link. I don't think it would work though, I just don't know enough about electronics yet to be sure or find out how to wire it without help.

I'm not sure what to do next, I could order the two IC's through Farnell but it's a bit strange to order a shipment for just two IC's. I called the shop but they're not really helpfull ("Look, I can't know all the ic's in my shop, can I?"-SIC).

Any help/hints/shouts would be greatly appreciated.

thankx.[/url]


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 23, 2008 16:29 
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I am trying to make my 3310 Display to work... but every piece of code I try is in vain...

Here´s what I am trying:

Code:
#include <MC68HC908QT2.h>
#pragma DATA_SEG SHORT ZEROPAGE
#include "prototypes.h"

void main(void) {

   lcd_init();

   spi(0x1F,1);
   spi(0x05,1);
   spi(0x07,1);
   spi(0x00,1);
   spi(0x1F,1);
   spi(0x04,1);
   spi(0x1F,1);
   
   spi(0x0D,0);
   spi(0x80,0);
   spi(0x00,1);



   for(;;) {

   };
}

void lcd_init(void) {
    unsigned char tmp;
   
    RES_1;
 
    RES_0;
 
    for (tmp=0;tmp<255;tmp++);
 
    RES_1;
   
   
    //extended instruction set 0010.0001b
    spi(0x21,0);
 
    spi(0x80|20,0);  //set Vop;Vop is set to a +16xb[V]
   
   
    //switch to normal instruction set
    spi(0x20,0);
   
    //display control set (normal mode)
    spi(0x0c,0);
   
    //switch to data-mode
    //DC_1;
}

void spi(unsigned char dat, unsigned char tipo)
{
 unsigned char i;
 
 SCE_1;
 DelayMs(1);
 SCE_0;
 
 if (tipo==0) DC_0;else DC_1;

 SCK_0;                           
                         
   for (i = 0; i < 8; i ++)          // followed by the 8 bits of data
      {
       SCK_0;                     
       if((dat << i) & 0x80)
        SDI_1;                 
    else
        SDI_0;                   

      SCK_1;                     
      }
 SCK_0;
 
 
 SCE_1;                           
}


The code is an old Freescale´s HC908QT2. It runs on 4MHz.

I have a 7805 regulator connected to a Zener 3.3V which feeds the whole circuit, even the processor.


I am using 2 capacitors. 1 for the Display Vout (2.2uF) to the ground and another (1uF) from Display Vcc to ground.

Any ideas?

Thank you![/code]


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 17, 2008 17:52 
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henri you did the first driver right?
can you adjust it for 3410 lcd? i have the datasheet but i dont know what to adjust :S


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 18, 2008 22:10 
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well decided to insist, and think i found the problem for the 3410 lcd, if anyone has it tay something and i will post the modified driver(still works for 3310)


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 31, 2008 14:38 
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_Lone_Wolf_ wrote:
henri you did the first driver right?
can you adjust it for 3410 lcd? i have the datasheet but i dont know what to adjust :S

It has been quite a while since I worked with these displays but if I'm not mistaken some support for the 3410 lcd was already included ? There were some options in the driver configuration dialog. If this 3410 lcd is the one that supports similar commands but is just larger resolution.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 15, 2010 22:50 
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I know it has been a while since this thread has been touched but, I am wondering if anyone has tried this with a display from a nokia 2285 I have not seen anyone mention it before, but is almost identical to the 3310 its has 8 pins and a resolution of 96x65 i have it wired according to this diagram http://serdisplib.sourceforge.net/ser/pcd8544.html. when i run lcdinfo im using the driver for the (pcd8544 nokia lcd) and all i get is a criss-cross of black lines. Is this due to it being a different display, or is it a possible wiring mistake?
Image
If pics of the actual wiring will help i can get those up as well.


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