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Toshiba LCD Module

Discussion in 'Electronic Equipment' started by Arthur (A.J.) Jones, Oct 22, 2003.

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  1. I recently picked up a Toshiba LCD module at a local surplus store. I
    plan to experiment with drawing to it using the parallel port and some
    self-written software, but I have yet to find any useful info online.
    Any info about the device (data sheet, pin outs, original use, etc.)
    would be greatly appreciated. Here is what I have found out from the
    thing itself:

    The screen measures 9-1/8" x 4-1/8"
    On the underside, a sticker has the following info:


    In addition, printed on the board itself is "TOSHIBA ZQ8036-304". There
    are 11 chips visible, with 2 rows of 5 of "Toshiba T7777" and one
    "Toshiba T6961B". The external connector has 12 pins.

    I have found out the following online: Toshiba considers the T6961B
    controller to be obsolete, and it seems that they do not have the data
    sheet for it online. They have the data sheet for the T6963C, the
    successor to the T6961B, but how similar they are is unknown to me.
    Additionally, Toshiba does not have data sheets for its LCD modules
    available online.

    Once again, any help will be greatly appreciated. If this is off-topic
    here, I apologies; a pointer to a relevant group would be a great help
    to this newbie.
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