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'[EE]: rugged LCD terminal'
2002\08\20@104905 by Wouter van Ooijen

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I am looking for a 'human interface box' for a harvest machine control.
It should have an LCD (graphics, something like 200x200 dots) and some
keys (not full querty, maybe 5x4 or 5x5) and a serial interface (RS232,
or 485, or CAN), and be ruggedized for in-field use. Not much
intelligence needed, I would add a PIC somewhere else in the machine to
provide the intelligence. Any suggestions and/or experiences?

Wouter van Ooijen

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2002\08\20@110922 by Katinka Mills

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> Subject: [EE]: rugged LCD terminal
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> I am looking for a 'human interface box' for a harvest machine control.
> It should have an LCD (graphics, something like 200x200 dots) and some
> keys (not full querty, maybe 5x4 or 5x5) and a serial interface (RS232,
> or 485, or CAN), and be ruggedized for in-field use. Not much
> intelligence needed, I would add a PIC somewhere else in the machine to
> provide the intelligence. Any suggestions and/or experiences?
>
> Wouter van Ooijen

Yeap last device I designed than needed LCD graphics and buttons, I used a
Palm Pilot. They have cheap throwaway ones, (IIRC they were us$25 in Qty. of
100) they had 1Mb ram, rs-232 interface, 160 X 160 pixel gray scale LCD. Not
sure how well any LCD would do in the sun if left out.

The device never went ahead, as we could not find any "reasonably" priced
LCD's that could survive the AU outback sun lol (they all seemed to fade and
have sections stuck on after 6 months in the sun (continuous) just to do an
extended lifetime test). A CRT version would have been too heavy and bulky.


Regards,

Kat.

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2002\08\20@113914 by Robert E. Griffith

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Check out http://www.zworld.com/products/op6800/ and other products at
zworld.  Its more than just an interface, its also a programmable controller
of sorts.

--BobG

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