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PostPosted: Sun Nov 04, 2007 18:26 
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Hi,
I got Sharp LM32015 from photocopier. I want to conect it to PC and controled with LCDstudio or LCDinfo...
But, I need help how controler I should use. :roll:
Sharp make a lot of LCDs and I can't datasheed for this display exactly. But I think it could be similar with others sharp panels.
It have touchpanel as well, but I don't care of it. It's too complicated.
So it's 320x240

PINs :arrow:

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Pin  1 - Vref ki gre na pin 20 na LA5315 (deklarirano od -30 V do - 6 V po datasheetu od LA5315 )
Pin  2 in 7 - Vcc (-24 V) ki gre na pin 18 na LA5315 (deklarirano od -30 V do - 10 V po datasheetu od LA5315 )
Pin  3 - D3
Pin  4 - D2
Pin  5 - D1
Pin  6 - D0
Pin  8 - napajanje za logiko (+5 V)
Pin  9 - GND (0 V)
Pin 10, 11, 12 - CP2, CP1, S (v takem vrstnem redu, če se zgledujem po LM32P07)



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Thanks for anything...


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One possible controller option is the LM32007T version of the parallel S1D13305 controller here. It is made for the Sharp LM32007T which has the same pinout as you listed.

Another option could be the new USB S1D13700 controller board of which some information is available here:
http://forum.lcdinfo.com/viewtopic.php?t=2358
It also supports the 12 pin FFC connector with that same pinout.


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 09, 2007 22:46 
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Henri wrote:
One possible controller option is the LM32007T version of the parallel S1D13305 controller here. It is made for the Sharp LM32007T which has the same pinout as you listed.

Another option could be the new USB S1D13700 controller board of which some information is available here:
http://forum.lcdinfo.com/viewtopic.php?t=2358
It also supports the 12 pin FFC connector with that same pinout.


Thanks man. I'll check it. :D


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I got the LED backlight type!


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