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PostPosted: Sat Oct 01, 2005 19:39 
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I use sameshematic than coorz.
I try put 100nF capasitors like this.

Still my display flicks every time when clock second hand move (update display).
If i take analog clock out from that config then flickering stops.

What is wrong ?

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   <name>System</name>

   <item type="image" x="0" y="0">
      <imagebitmap>D:\Downloads\LCD\lcdinfo_test\screens\240x128\Images\System.bmp</imagebitmap>
      <refresh>0</refresh>
   </item>

   <item type="pluginimage" x="0" y="0">
      <imageid>TimeInfo.Analog</imageid>
      <refresh>100</refresh>
   </item>

   <item type="plugintext" x="15" y="2">
      <scrolltype>none</scrolltype>
      <textpos>left</textpos>
      <fieldsize>10</fieldsize>
      <varid>TimeInfo.Weekday</varid>
      <refresh>500</refresh>
   </item>

   <item type="plugintext" x="26" y="2">
      <scrolltype>none</scrolltype>
      <textpos>left</textpos>
      <fieldsize>2</fieldsize>
      <varid>TimeInfo.Month</varid>
      <refresh>500</refresh>
   </item>

   <item type="text" x="28" y="2">
      <scrolltype>none</scrolltype>
      <textpos>left</textpos>
      <fieldsize>1</fieldsize>
      <textdata>.</textdata>
      <refresh>500</refresh>
   </item>

   <item type="plugintext" x="29" y="2">
      <scrolltype>none</scrolltype>
      <textpos>left</textpos>
      <fieldsize>2</fieldsize>
      <varid>TimeInfo.Day</varid>
      <refresh>500</refresh>
   </item>

   <item type="text" x="31" y="2">
      <scrolltype>none</scrolltype>
      <textpos>left</textpos>
      <fieldsize>1</fieldsize>
      <textdata>.</textdata>
      <refresh>500</refresh>
   </item>

   <item type="plugintext" x="32" y="2">
      <scrolltype>none</scrolltype>
      <textpos>left</textpos>
      <fieldsize>2</fieldsize>
      <varid>TimeInfo.Year</varid>
      <refresh>500</refresh>
   </item>

   <item type="plugintext" x="22" y="4">
      <scrolltype>none</scrolltype>
      <textpos>right</textpos>
      <fieldsize>3</fieldsize>
      <varid>NetStats.DownloadSpeed1</varid>
      <refresh>300</refresh>
   </item>

   <item type="plugintext" x="29" y="4">
      <scrolltype>none</scrolltype>
      <textpos>right</textpos>
      <fieldsize>3</fieldsize>
      <varid>NetStats.UploadSpeed1</varid>
      <refresh>300</refresh>
   </item>

   <item type="text" x="33" y="4">
      <scrolltype>none</scrolltype>
      <textpos>left</textpos>
      <fieldsize>4</fieldsize>
      <textdata>KB/s</textdata>
      <refresh>200</refresh>
   </item>

   <item type="plugintext" x="11" y="11">
      <scrolltype>none</scrolltype>
      <textpos>right</textpos>
      <fieldsize>4</fieldsize>
      <varid>MBM.Percentage.CPU</varid>
      <refresh>50</refresh>
   </item>

   <item type="plugintext" x="21" y="11">
      <scrolltype>none</scrolltype>
      <textpos>right</textpos>
      <fieldsize>3</fieldsize>
      <varid>MBM.Temperature.CPU Socket</varid>
      <refresh>100</refresh>
   </item>

   <item type="plugintext" x="11" y="13">
      <scrolltype>none</scrolltype>
      <textpos>left</textpos>
      <fieldsize>4</fieldsize>
      <varid>MBM.Mhz.CPU</varid>
      <refresh>500</refresh>
   </item>

   <item type="plugintext" x="21" y="13">
      <scrolltype>none</scrolltype>
      <textpos>right</textpos>
      <fieldsize>4</fieldsize>
      <varid>MBM.Fan.Fan 1</varid>
      <refresh>100</refresh>
   </item>

   <item type="plugintext" x="3" y="15">
      <scrolltype>none</scrolltype>
      <textpos>left</textpos>
      <fieldsize>22</fieldsize>
      <varid>CAMEL.CPUExtendedProcessorName</varid>
      <refresh>300</refresh>
   </item>

   <item type="text" x="26" y="15">
      <scrolltype>none</scrolltype>
      <textpos>left</textpos>
      <fieldsize>1</fieldsize>
      <textdata>@</textdata>
      <refresh>500</refresh>
   </item>

   <item type="plugintext" x="28" y="15">
      <scrolltype>none</scrolltype>
      <textpos>left</textpos>
      <fieldsize>4</fieldsize>
      <varid>MBM.Mhz.CPU</varid>
      <refresh>500</refresh>
   </item>

   <item type="text" x="33" y="15">
      <scrolltype>none</scrolltype>
      <textpos>left</textpos>
      <fieldsize>3</fieldsize>
      <textdata>Mhz</textdata>
      <refresh>500</refresh>
   </item>

</screen>


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 01, 2005 20:10 
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The flickering is inherent to SED1335, nothing to do about it!
What/which SED board do you have?
BTW please post pics of your Planar, haven't seen that one yet :wink:

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 01, 2005 20:19 
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Sorry no digicamera. :(

My display is EL240.128.45 where is integrate SED1335F

You can find one pic in datasheet here.

And thank you a LOT


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 01, 2005 20:25 
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Ah yes the only Planar with SED onboard, i hope you didn't pay too much for it!
Borrow a cam i wanna see some real pix, not from the brochure :wink:

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 02, 2005 11:12 
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Here some pics

Front and Back

And no i didn't pay much :wink: actually i save it to go trash :roll:


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 05, 2005 22:00 
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Ahhhhhh, another one I NEED for my collection :D


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