Time to self reply to my previous post.
I checked more in detail both datasheets and I realized that despite of being very similar the RAM addressing method is different between these modules I have found making them uncompatible.
I even got in contact with the original manufacturer of the TLX-1013 (System Elektronik in Germany) and they told me that this device is out of production.
Searching on the net, I found that the TG160128B-01 made by OPPOD replaces the TLX-1013.
Now it appears that this module is manufactured by many companies in China with different prices and therefore it should be very similar right? WRONG! Apparently despite of having the same part number the inner workings of the LCDs is quite different.
I found a manufacturer see:
http://www.tinsharp.com/en/products.htm ... 8%20series
And they make three different versions of this module but, on the inside there are more differences besides the LCD color. All of them uses the T6963C main controller but for the row and collumn addressing one uses the SDN8080G controller by Avant electronics and one uses a T6963C+T6A39+T6A40 arrangement, all chipset made by Toshiba. Unfortunately the datasheet for the TLX-1013 doesn't go further than that and it only shows a X driver and Y driver for rows and columns respectively. It appears to me that the one with a full Toshiba chipset is the one who matches the TLX-1013.
If any body with more experience about these LCD modules can provide more advice I will greatly appreciate it. Maybe somebody with a physical TLX-1013 can take a loot at the back of the module and confirm the chipset used...
Unfortunately, most of the Chinese manufacturers provide very scarce information, even their "Datasheets" limits only to the pinout and operation voltages and no programming information is given.
Don't get me wrong, I'm not looking to program one of these beauties, I only want to replace a broken TLX-1013. This module uses a two screen addressing mode which was needed when this device was designed due to memory constraints. Now with higher density memory modules this is no longer a problem so new modules even using the same controller uses a "Linear"addressing mode instead of page switching or banking. This forces me to select the right display.
Could anybody please provide some advice? Worst case, have any of you a spare TLX-1013?