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Sigurdur Jonsson wrote:

Do somwone have data on this display it has 14 pins and use IC KS0066F00 the bigger one  and BU9706KS the smaler one.
I got two of thus from scrap label printing machines and want to
experimenting with it.





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2003\03\11@055905 by Philip Pemberton

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> Sigurdur Jonsson wrote:
> Do somwone have data on this display it has 14 pins and use=20
> IC KS0066F00 the bigger one  and BU9706KS the smaler one.
> I got two of thus from scrap label printing machines and want to
> experimenting with it.
The KS0066 is a Samsung clone of the seemingly omnipresent Hitachi HD44780 controller. I'm willing to bet that the display uses the standard Hitachi pinout, as used on the LM016 and many other displays. Alternatively, search on http://www.google.com for "KS0066 PDF" and you should be able to find a datasheet. Using the KS0066 datasheet, trace D0-D7, E, RS, R/W, Vcc, Vo and Vss back to the 14-pin data connector. I'd be tempted to trace Vcc and Vss first, then if they match the "standard" pinout, hook the display up to a PIC16F628 on a solderless breadboard in 4-bit mode.
I've developed a "Universal LCD Control Library" that should work with most any 44780 compatible panel - email me using the address in my .sig and I'll send you a copy. I would appreciate a quick email along the lines of "I like the driver", etc, etc if you use it. You're also welcome to send money, PICs, LCDs, VFD displays, whatever, but that step is optional :-)
I'm also interested in getting the driver put on the Piclist website - who do I contact with regards to getting that done?

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