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Discussion in 'Electronic Components' started by Mixboy, Apr 21, 2007.

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  1. Mixboy

    Mixboy Guest

    Hi,

    I bought a graphic lcd (Powertip PG320240c) and I'm searching a document
    that explains how the display works; in fact the lcd hasn't a controller and
    I want to implent it with a DSP. Now the display has these inputs:
    -FLM
    -M
    -CL1
    -CL2
    -D-OFF
    -DB0-DB3

    How can I control the lcd?

    Thanks,

    Mauro
     
  2. Aannndd the very first result that pops up when you enter 'PG320240c'
    into google is... a datasheet
     
  3. Franc Zabkar

    Franc Zabkar Guest

    .... which has pinouts and dimensions but little else.

    - Franc Zabkar
     
  4. I can point you to where I explained this before in case you're still
    having trouble. Don't know if there's a better way of directing you
    there (Apologies for being a bit of a newb) but here's the link to
    another discussion...
    http://groups.google.nu/group/sci.e...q=polyvinaldistillate&rnum=1#a11ad9556bc7a15a

    Otherwise, search for PolyVinalDistillate here - you'll find it :)
    Good luck. Nick.
     
  5. Hmm... I attempted to post this morning, but apparently I failed
    miserably! I've posted before to explain the functions of the pins on
    a GRX LCD panel (at least the functions I'm used to on my mono
    panels!)

    The link to that thread is here:
    http://groups.google.com/group/sci....q=polyvinaldistillate&rnum=1#a11ad9556bc7a15a

    You're looking at the 4th posting.

    If you want me to help further, I'll check this out from time to
    time :)
    Nick.
     
  6. Mixboy

    Mixboy Guest

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