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PostPosted: Sat Oct 13, 2007 16:01 
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Can anyone please send me datasheet for nokia 6610 epson lcd.Its very urgent.I already have it for the philips lcd


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 Post subject: NOKIA 6100 BMP Converter
PostPosted: Wed Oct 31, 2007 14:28 
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See: NOKIA 6100 BMP Converter v1.1

post 43 is current as of 10-31-07.
Scroll down page to be certain of downloading most current.

8 bit (RRRGGGBB)
or 12 bitA(RRRRGGGG BBBBRRRR GGGGBBBB)
or 12 bitB(xxxxRRRR GGGGBBBB).

Five formats including C file.h

Text, clipboard or file output.

Norm


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Above invalid link reposted at NOKIA 6100 GLCD Code, BMP Converter

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Hello,
I am wondering if it is safe to accidental try to initialize the Epson Display controller with the Philips code or vice-versa? Also to detect if its a Philips or Epson controller could you try to read from it and if nothing is sent back determine what kind of controller it is?
Thanks for any info.


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I'm planning to use this LCD in a new commercial design but I don't know if it's a good idea. I want to support my design for at least 3 years. What providers do you know for this LCD? Do you know if any of them is willing to support the module for at least 3 years?


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Hi Everyone,

I have recently disassembled an original 3100 phone and I'm still a bit confused about the controller it has. On the first page of this topic, Schijf says the one with the brown PCB uses a Philips controller and the green one uses Epson. It should be true because I've read this on many other sites. But according to Mike's Electric Stuff
http://www.electricstuff.co.uk/noklcd.html
it should be a Philips one with a GREEN PCB on the back.

So, this is what I have:
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I've tried drivers for both controllers with an ATMega8, but none of them worked. (HW and LCD pinouts seem to be ok).

Please let me know if you have any idea. Any help shall be fine as I've recently started using LCD-s. Thank you very much!


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 28, 2008 19:22 
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Hello, I have purchased a Nokia 6100 Knock-off LCD. I am using a PIC16F872 MPU. On the spark fun web site I downloaded Example PIC 16F87x code for CCS Compiler - Thanks Marcus http://www.sparkfun.com/datasheets/LCD/ ... _ccs_c.zip

On line 178 of the source file there are a few lines of code that preform this:

while (1) { // main program loop. just blinks A0 to show chip is running
output_toggle(PIN_A0);
delay_ms(500);

Has anyone tested this, and could you help me figure out how to do it?

Thanks,
mcoulter


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Hi,
I bought a LCD screen for Nokia 6110. I didn't pay attention and I got one with an Epson controller and the tiny pads. Does anybody know the reference for the socket used by Nokia to connect the pins on the back of the display ?

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 Post subject: The display area :?:
PostPosted: Wed Feb 20, 2008 10:36 
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Hi guys, thanks for this great topic on these displays.

I have recentrly bought the display with the breakout board from Sparkfun Electronics, and I have got it up and running from a PIC18F4550. The only thing I am uncertain of is the display area of this display. Sparkfun specifies the size to be 128x128 pixels, while numerous manuals I've found at the internet (many with a direct link from sparkfun) say that the display is 132x132 pixels. Which display size is correct? Many of the manuals also mention that the display ram x start address is 2 instead of zero. Is this correct?

thanks in advance :)


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The controller used supports 132x132 pixels maximum and the controller datasheets tell this. But the display itself only has 128x128 pixels.


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Thanks, :) What about the display ram start address? Does x=x+2 means that the whole x axis is shifted 2 bytes to the right, so (0,0) = (2,0), while (127,127) = (129,127)? Anyway I have written a small test program with an emulated serial port over USB, through which I can send data and commands to the display, I guess it is a much easier to learn how to interface the display correctly this way...


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Hey, mcoulter, that program line is just there to show that the display has initialized. A LED connected to the A0 pin of the microcontroller starts to blink when that has happened.


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 12, 2008 14:09 
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Hello Guys!

I´ve got some code frmo everywhere telling that it´s a working code for this Nokia Display (Philips controller). But they´re in the most disorganized codes.

Can any good soul give us a good piece of code?
I was once working with PIC. Today I am working with PSoC. But the translation is easy.

Thanks everybody!

Rick


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I have some code I recently wrote in Proton PIC Basic for simple display interaction. It includes such functions as Initialization, Setting Pixels, Selecting display areas, and filling them with color, and outputting text. Write to me, and I will post it, if you are interested. :D


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 13, 2008 15:13 
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I'd really appreciate it! I have sent you a PM with my contact.
Do you have any photos too?

Thanks!

Rick


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