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Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by stoneattic, Dec 27, 2006.

  1. stoneattic

    stoneattic Guest

    I have a 16x2 character LCD that I am trying to find some info on.
    There is a logo of a large "D" with a "V" inside of it. The rest of
    the printing shows a part number of DV1602-35R. Does this logo sound
    familiar to anyone?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Meat Plow

    Meat Plow Guest

    What is it out of? An Alesis drum machine?
     
  3. stoneattic

    stoneattic Guest


    Close :)

    An Alesis QuadraVerbGT. I've read that the D4 drum machine uses the
    same one. Have you been down this road already?
     
  4. Arfa Daily

    Arfa Daily Guest

    Most 16 x 2's are pretty standard - command, drive and pinning-wise,
    irrespective of the manufacturer. Get data on any one, and there's a pretty
    fair chance that it will do for any of the others. Ther are only a couple of
    different chipsets used, and as far as I can remember, even they are cross
    compatible in at least basic functionality.

    Arfa
     
  5. stoneattic

    stoneattic Guest

    It seems from what I've been able to find out (not much) on this LCD is
    that it is a bit odd. It only has 14 pins (I believe 16 is the norm
    for a backlight), at least pins 1 & 2 are reversed and pin 3 is
    different as well.

    Some people have gotten other LCDs to work:

    http://tinyurl.com/yg9jbc

    http://www.einis.de/

    Both of these LCD are difficult to locate in the US.
     
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