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'[OT]: LCD Info needed'
2001\03\26@001112 by Jinx

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> And I appreciate the time and trouble you're going through to
> search your recently acquired archive of this type of data

They say no good deed goes unpunished. I'm absolutely over
the moon that I looked into this because when retrieving the
box of manuals from the basement I got to having a tidy up (if
I tell you my other nickname is Baldrick and my greatest fear
is not electrocution but an avalanche does that help ?). In a
box I have ignored for 5 years I found a big Akai stereo amp
in working order. I've a vague recollection of it being given to
me possibly because it was faulty. So I thought what the hell,
if it's faulty powering it up won't hurt. And it's got perfect sound.
The tuner lights don't work and the speaker selector knob is
missing but I don't care about that. It's especially great to find
it because my 25yo JVC popped its clogs a few weeks ago
with an extreme hissy fit. Just saved me from shelling out $700
for a new mini-system

But anyway, I've got these details for an LQ9D011, which I hope
is similar to the 013. I'll carry on looking later for LM's. I also want
to figure these out as one project I have in mind is an LCD-display
logic analyser

From the IPC Porta-PC P2-486 rev1.0 manual, and there's
plenty of text to go with this, explaining the video sub-system
and the driver IC, a GD6340 (or CL-GD6340)

Sharp LQ9D011,  0.27mm dot pitch, 171mm x 130mm, backlight
CCFT, paper-white LCD, hi-res 640x480. 512 simultaneous
colours in Mode 13 (640x480), 16 colours in Mode 12 (640x480)

Under the heading "COM1 (interface signal)" in the LCD section

 1 CK   Clock signal for sampling each data signal
 2 GND
 3 Hsync
 4 Vsync
 5 R0    Red data signal LSB
 6 R1    Red data signal
 7 R2    Red data signal MSB
 8 GND
 9 G0    Green LSB
10 G1    Green data
11 G2    Green MSB
12 GND
13 B0    Blue LSB
14 B1    Blue data
15 B2    Blue MSB

COM2 (Signal & power supply)

1  Vcc    +5V
2  Vcc    +5V
3  GND
4  GND
5 ENAB   data enable signal
6 TST       This shall be electrically opened during operation (?)

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2001\03\26@004258 by Jim Paul

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Jinx,

This is good news.  Thanks.   Would it be possible to get
a copy of the text of this unit?  I'll pay copying costs if you
can get me a copy of it.  Or you could scan it and email it
to me.  I'd appreciate it.


                                               Thanks and Regards,

                                                           Jim
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2001\03\26@005341 by Jinx

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> Jinx,
>
> This is good news.  Thanks.   Would it be possible to get
> a copy of the text of this unit?  I'll pay copying costs if you
> can get me a copy of it.  Or you could scan it and email it
> to me.  I'd appreciate it.
>
>
>                                                 Thanks and Regards,
>
>                                                             Jim

I'll gather everything up, see how much there is and get back
to you

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2001\03\26@010005 by Jim Paul

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That'll work.   Thanks.

                       Regards,

                           Jim
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2001\03\26@010424 by Dan Michaels

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Jinx wrote:
>> Jinx,
>>
>> This is good news.  Thanks.   Would it be possible to get
>> a copy of the text of this unit?  I'll pay copying costs if you
>> can get me a copy of it.  Or you could scan it and email it
>> to me.  I'd appreciate it.
>>
>>
>>                                                 Thanks and Regards,
>>
>>                                                             Jim
>
>I'll gather everything up, see how much there is and get back
>to you
>

Maybe you can defray the costs for the uPD7227 Tech Manual [???].
BTW, anyone got one of these lying around?

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2001\03\26@014440 by Jinx

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> That'll work.   Thanks.

If you want to get a head start, the Cirrus Logic controllers
seem to be popular in these laptops. CL-GD610/620, 6410,
6340. Perhaps their data sheets will give you some insights
before we sort this paperwork out

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2001\03\26@101058 by James Paul

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 Jinx,

 I found through some tracing that the display is TFT Color, and is
 640x480.  And it most likely came from a Toshiba laptop.

 I haven't found out anything more about the other one, but it too
 is probably from a Toshiba laptop.

 And I tried calling up Cirrus Logic, but found nothing.  I just got
 '404' errors.   But I'll keep trying.

 Keep me informed.


                                   Thanks and Regards,

                                          Jim









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2001\03\26@121108 by rottosen

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Can you give us a hint? What's a uPD7227?


-- Rich


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2001\03\26@122910 by James Paul
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Richard,

Search me.  I didn't send that part of the request.
All I wanted is information on two LCD displays.
Someone else sent the request for the uPD7227.

                               Regards,

                                 Jim




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2001\03\26@123946 by Tim Hamel

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For anyone that wants the uPD7227 datasheet, I've got it on my personal
server:

http://pctekrepair.com/uPD7227G.pdf

Regards,

Tim Hamel

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> Can you give us a hint? What's a uPD7227?
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2001\03\26@130433 by Dan Michaels

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Tom Hamel wrote:
>For anyone that wants the uPD7227 datasheet, I've got it on my personal
>server:
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>http://pctekrepair.com/uPD7227G.pdf
>


Thanks, Tom, that is the same 7-page datasheet that both Jinx and
I already have. Looking at page 6, you'll see it doesn't really
give the detailed programming info, but refers you to the technical
manual.

BTW, are you aware that there is some glitch in accessing your site
homepage?? -[or maybe just IE5.0 vaporlock again]:

Seeing this instead of the website you expected?

This page is here because the site administrator has changed the
configuration of this web server. Please contact the person responsible for
maintaining this server with questions. The Apache Software Foundation,
which wrote the web server software this site administrator is using, has
nothing to do with maintaining this site and cannot help resolve
configuration issues.

thanks,
- dan michaels
http://www.oricomtech.com
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2001\03\26@142231 by Tim Hamel

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In a message dated 3/26/01 10:06:44 AM Pacific Standard Time,
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> Thanks, Tom, that is the same 7-page datasheet that both Jinx and
> I already have. Looking at page 6, you'll see it doesn't really
> give the detailed programming info, but refers you to the technical
> manual.
>

Actually, it's Tim =) I'll dig around further and see if I can't find this
infamous tech. manual.

> BTW, are you aware that there is some glitch in accessing your site
> homepage?? -[or maybe just IE5.0 vaporlock again]:
>

As you can guess, I'm running Apache for Windows to do my HTTP serving from
my PC. Running it out of the box presents you with that default page. Tis no
biggy, I just haven't done anything with it; I find datasheets for people,
stick 'em in the server folder and give 'em an address.

Regards,

Tim Hamel

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2001\03\26@142435 by Bill Westfield

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Hmm.  full specsheets on the nec upd7225 are still available...

BillW

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'[OT]: LCD Info Needed'
2005\05\11@144850 by Paul James E.
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All,

Does anyone have, or know where I can get, information on an LCD
display by SANYO.  
The part number on it is LCM-5327-24NTK.   I need info such as
the pinout of the connectors and timing data for the various signals.

Any help would be gratefully appreciated.

                               
                               Thanks and regards,

                                      Jim


2005\05\12@081207 by Mike Hord

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Does it use the Hitachi chip?  HD44780, I think it is?

If so, multiple sources of driving info are on the web.
I posted a really good pair of pdf docs about a month
ago; check the archives.

Mike H.

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