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'[EE]: Favorite LCD module reference?'
2000\06\20@122234 by Bennett, Matt

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I have some projects in line in which I will be using some LCD modules.  I
have found a plethora of links including:

Peer's LCD pages <http://home.iae.nl/users/pouweha/lcd.htm> PIC specific
code w/ reference to Microchip's AN587
HD44780-Based Modules <www.doc.ic.ac.uk/~ih/doc/lcd/index.html>
Myke's LCD pages <http://www.myke.com/engres/lcd.htm> - PIC specific code
and circuitry

Any other favorites that are specifically PIC related, in terms of
connecting a PIC to an LCD display?

Also, one of the LCD modules I have has a EL backlight, and I'm interested
in circuits to power it.  I have a module that I'm using right now, but it
is probably too high a voltage for it- the backlight ends up *very* bright.
I'm particularly interested in circuits that can be controlled (on/off) with
the PIC.

I know there have been similar posts before, but what the heck, I'm hoping
for a little bit of discussion on the topic.  From conflict grows progess.


Matt Bennett

2000\06\20@124118 by Peter Betts

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I have a Toshiba T6963 controlled Varitronix 240*64 monochrome LCD graphics
display which I have used Steve Lawther's code to get the thing up and
running.

http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/steve_lawther/t6963c.htm

Very good starting point.

Pete


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2000\06\20@133721 by Dale Botkin

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On Tue, 20 Jun 2000, Bennett, Matt wrote:

> Any other favorites that are specifically PIC related, in terms of
> connecting a PIC to an LCD display?

I just uploaded a project to the PIClist archive that uses an LCD for a
thermometer display.  It should appear within a few days, or you can see
the code & download it from http://www.botkin.org/dale/pic.htm if you
want.

Dale
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