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Hitachi Display SX19V001-ZZA

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by SBS, Mar 15, 2007.

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  1. SBS

    SBS Guest

    Hi,
    I have some Hitachi LCD STN diplays such as
    this http://www.zlcd.com/downloads/SX19V001ZZA.pdf
    and I'd like to use a VGA signal to drive them, but
    I only have the informations printed on that datasheet
    and nothing else. Any experience about this?

    Is there a card which someone has already tested the
    display with?

    Thanks and regards.
     
  2. Guest

    Give up now. This thing's ancient, just walk into a Future Shop and
    buy a monitor. End of story.
    You'll likely spend 50x as much time and money trying to get these old
    panels to work.
     
  3. SBS

    SBS Guest

    () ha scritto:

    ::: I have some Hitachi LCD STN diplays such as
    ::: thishttp://www.zlcd.com/downloads/SX19V001ZZA.pdf

    :: Give up now. This thing's ancient, just walk into a Future Shop
    :: and buy a monitor. End of story

    I already have 3 items such as that. Please someone does help me
    to drive them through VGA signals.

    Thanks.
     
  4. Guest

    OK, you are facing a huge, enormous engineering challenge. First, you
    need to design a fast video ADC circuit. Actually, you need to build
    three of them. Then you need to design the logic to read the output of
    your three ADCs, and toss it out in the format required by the panel.

    This will take about 6 months of your time. You will need to know
    about high speed analog and digital design, you need to know power
    supply design, PCB design, parts ordering, a HDL, a microcontroller,
    etc. You ideally need to learn a good timing simulator as well.

    You need a good lab with a great power supply, _fast_ scope (at
    *least* 1GHz), a logic analyzer, maybe a spectrum analyzer for the
    critical power supply analysis (you can rent one), soldering iron, and
    since I doubt any of the parts you need come in 40 pin DIPs,
    microscope, tweezers, flux, flux remover.

    Or spend hundreds or thousands of dollars on obsolete specialty
    hardware or video cards with panel-link LVDS transmitters.

    In the meantime, you could just sell them on eBay and get on with your
    life.

    Give. Up. Now.

    What is this obsession with driving old LCD panels?
     
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