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PostPosted: Tue Jul 07, 2009 9:07 
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Michael wrote:
telliott wrote:
Looks good.
Heres a video of Quake3 on the same display. This is running through Henri's USB13700 via its SPI port.


OK, now I had to do a Quake video. too, except real-time with audio ;)

Here is Quake 2 at 15 fps with audio running on 8-bit AVR via SPI port.. The display just can't do more fps than that without starting to break up.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Idr_546EgCg


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Thanks for sharing this useful information. It's great.


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Hi all,
I am using an ARDUINO 2009 with the Nokia LCD that has the Philips PCF8833 controller and it's working allright, by itself.
Once I use it with another shield, that also works fine by itslef, the LCD stops responding.
I am most certain that there is an issue with SPI or with the timers as the Pins in use do not get into each others way.

So I am wondering if anyone has got this LCD running properly on an ARDUINO 2009 in conjuction with another shield that is also using SPI (like an Ethernet shield)?

I am seeking information about a fully functional library for this LCD that is able to make use of SPI.

The LCD-shield I've got is from 'nuelectronics'. I think this is a great shield, especially with its 5-way joystick driving for example the menu-sketch that is also very usefull. Thanks to the inventor.
BUT the command 'SendLcd' in PCF8833.c is not establishing a proper SPI communication (in order to obtain data from another shield using SPI as well).

I'd be glad to find some working code and library from anyone who has a similar SPI project completed successfully.

Thanks, Hans.


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Hi Henry,
This is Stephen, These displays are very cool but However this will not power the backlight and i want to see more facilities about this.its looks very attractive.


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Hi guys,
“Prices were great, as was service and ease of purchase”. When buying from phone parts dealer, they are unlikely to know which driver chip their LCDs have, i'd suggest you ask them for a photo of the actual units.


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 Post subject: web site found with code
PostPosted: Sun Nov 15, 2009 23:07 
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On the following website i've found some informations about displays bought in sparkfun store :


french version :
http://www.laboelectronique.be/lcd6100.html
english version :
http://www.laboelectronique.be/lcd6100_ang.html


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Hello everyone.
I'm new to this forums, but I'm actually pretty excited on working with LCDs.
I've got myself two LCD blocks, one from Nokia 3220, and one from Nokia 6230.
Both cellphones are OK, but I've never used them for a log time, and now it's time to find them a better use.
I've read all this post, trying to find any references to these two phones, but I've never found anything interesting or a reply.
I've found some interesting information on the 3220 one (reference 4850829 according to Nokia, it's also the same one for 7260, 6020, 6021 and the external screen of the N90).
According to the official RH-37 (Nokia 3220) service manual documentation:

Quote:
RH-37 has a 130 x 130 16 bpp (bits per pixel) active matrix color display. The number of
colours is 64k, i.e. 16 bits. The LCD Interface is using serial 9-bit data transfer. The LCD
display is connected to transceiver PWB by board-to-board connector.


Some characteristics
Image
The shape of the connector and display
Image
The pin-out
Image

I'll try to find information about the 6230 LCD.
In my country, the 3220 phones are pretty common, so if there is a anyway to make this LCD work with a PC interface or something, it would be awesome.

Thanks everyone!


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 Post subject: nokia n81
PostPosted: Mon Nov 23, 2009 1:08 
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Hi!

I would like to know what kind of controller was used in nokia n81 to control the lcd, or what is the exact product name of that lcd. I tried to find it with google but no luck,

thx, david


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thanks for the info....

Nokia N75


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hello, please help me identify the controller on 6610 lcd ---

on strip written (backside) ----

NAN YA PLASTICS CORP.
MADE IN TAIWAN
O T1 O T2 O T3 0925
CT0306-CSTN-B1(HXD) REV: A

and at the lower backside ---

CT0306-CN01 V00
YK-S3835-00
090708


MSNO 307A 090801


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thx for the infooo.....


Nokia 1616


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Hi I hope this is the right thread!

Does anyone know where I can get a 10 pin Nokia LCD connector and breakout board? I think the connector is a DF23 from Hirose, but they only sell them in multiples of 2000 with a 7 week back order!

Thanks

noob


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Anyone has a pinout for Nokia 1600 LCD?
It is about 1.4 inch and has 96x68 pixel, CSTN 65536 color.
The price is extremely good, < US$5 (including shipping).


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picitup wrote:
Hi I hope this is the right thread!
I think the connector is a DF23 from Hirose, but they only sell them in multiples of 2000 with a 7 week back order!
noob


Now Mouser has over 3000 in stock and they sell around US$0.7 each.

http://ca.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Hirose-Connector/DF23C-10DS-05V51/?qs=sGAEpiMZZMsVSejJL%252b66UZEPHoDp5YStvwwM8zurR3g%3d


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taximania wrote:
Microchip 16f628 PIC [...] for a Phillips controller.
[...]
If anyone wants my code, let me know.


YES !!!
I'm interested.

I have the same project 16F628A and a 6100 LCD with a Phillips controler.
Can you send me your source ?

Thanks !


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