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PostPosted: Sat Apr 17, 2004 19:04 
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in 7110 ?? what controler use :s


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 19, 2004 13:01 
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A guess on the 7110 controller could be SED1565. Sorry, I don't have more information on this.

I checked the datasheet for OM6208 and it includes I2C interface too so I don't think this is the correct controller.
But 6310 could use the same controller that is used in 3410. I don't know the controller for this either but I found one controller datasheet from Philips site that matched with what I know about the 3410 controller. Sorry, can't remember which controller it was but if you look into the datasheets and find the one for this size and with SPI interface only then you have it.


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 20, 2004 10:22 
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i have 5110 screen and i have problem with
the connector !!! i know the pins and their
connection but it is to difficult to make a
connector !!!! in this lcd the connector has
9 pin on a silicon like pad.

i have thought many ways but the best was to
take a utp female connector and modifiacate
it so to fit the screen.

do you have any idea ? what you did in that
case?

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 22, 2004 12:41 
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hi henri....!!!
thanx for your reply....!!!!!

i am not getting which controller is in 6310 and 6210...
i searched a lot on the philips site....but dint got any results...
is it possible for u to remember the number of the controller...

thanx in advance....

thanks........!!!!

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 24, 2004 9:49 
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I can check the pdfs some day when I'm on a faster connection...


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 24, 2004 12:24 
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jetage wrote:
henri:
got my display working..
http://hem.bredband.net/b113013/dator/n ... schema.jpg

thanks anyway..

yes my voltage is a bit strange on my pin7.. but who cares?


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ADMIN EDIT:
jetage reported me that his display died using this schematic. So others might not want to try this one.


Whats the thing between LTP7, LTP25 & GND / VOUT?
Maybe I can post my result here, I have a nokia 5110 display..
anyone....help?


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Spike wrote:
Whats the thing between LTP7, LTP25 & GND / VOUT?

It's a 3.3v voltage regulator.


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 26, 2004 21:21 
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Can I leave that thing behind if I use an external power suppy, or do I really need him?


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 26, 2004 23:09 
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hi henry


i have an old 486 dx2 66 mhz :lol: and an unused nokia 8210 , guide me so i can get an interface between them and be able to display information on nokia´s lcd using this computer?


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Spike wrote:
Can I leave that thing behind if I use an external power suppy, or do I really need him?

You can leave that but in that case you lose the possibility of the software to control the power supply of the display. In the controller datasheet it's said that the display should be resetted immediately after applying power to not to damage it.

nokie2 wrote:
hi henry

i have an old 486 dx2 66 mhz and an unused nokia 8210 , guide me so i can get an interface between them and be able to display information on nokia´s lcd using this computer?

It shouldn't matter what x86 system you have as long as you can run the software given here. All instructions given here should apply.


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 27, 2004 14:13 
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Can any one make a scheme of 9pins nokia 5110display, with external power supply? :) I would love it!

Fixed it....busy with 9th pin... but il lpost it inhere..sometime :) :roll: :P :wink:


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Are you still wondering about the extra pin ?

Earlier in this thread:
Henri wrote:
The connection is same as for the 8 pin display except you need to connect the Osc pin to Vdd. According to PCD8544 datasheet this enables the on-chip oscillator.


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Vdd = 5volts right? Also extern? Or just leave it behind, it will work without?


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Vdd is the operating voltage of the PCD8544 chip. 3.3v in my schematic.


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PostPosted: Sat May 15, 2004 12:52 
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Hi!

I want to make Nokia 3310 LCD working, but now I don`t know which scheme is good :) First, I rather not use DarkElf scheme, becouse those parts are hard to get for me (especialy 74xx)... second, Jetage scheme gives too high voltage, so its not good for LCD...

Is there an alternative for this 74xx part?
Which scheme is good?


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