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Gus
08-02-2005, 04:35 AM
I have a 16x2 LCD with backlight - LCD Duty = 1/16 & LCD BIAS 1/5 and a SPLC780D Driver w/ TC1602A-01 & TC1602A-08

Need help to hook to the BS2 module and source code to get to work, I just want to customize the disply to say hello, testing, etc...

pin 1 = Vss
pin 2 = Vdd
pin 3 = V0
pin 4 = RS
pin 5 = R/W
pin 6 = E
pin 7 = DB0
pin 8 = DB1
pin 9 = DB2
pin 10 = DB3
pin 11 = DB4
pin 12 = DB5
pin 13 = DB6
pin 14 = DB7
pin 15 = A (Back Light)
pin 16 = K (Back Light)

Thanks,

Gus

Chris Savage
08-02-2005, 04:40 AM
Gus,

Please refer to our connection information on the following web page:

http://www.parallax.com/detail.asp?product_id=603-00006

That page has the necessary code and wiring diagram to get you going. Specifically, you'll want the manual (PDF) and the source code (ZIP). The connections from the LCD to the Stamp I/O pins will be what you want. Use the 4.7K resistor on the E line (P0) the other resistors are not necessary on most LCD Displays.

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Chris Savage
Parallax Tech Support
csavage@parallax.com (mailto:csavage@parallax.com)


Post Edited (Chris Savage (Parallax)) : 8/1/2005 8:45:11 PM GMT

Jon Williams
08-02-2005, 04:42 AM
If the driver is Hitachi HD44780-compatible (it probably is) then you can use our projects from StampWorks to get started.

http://www.parallax.com/dl/docs/books/sw/exp/sw11.pdf

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Jon Williams
Applications Engineer, Parallax

-=Tyler=-
05-02-2007, 02:04 AM
Im trying to use the same LCD as Gus is using from the post at the top of the forum. I have followed all the suggested resources such as stamp works and others, but still have not got this lcd screen working. I just wanted to know if anyone actually got it to work with the basic stamp?

Bruce Bates
05-02-2007, 03:04 AM
If there is a contrast knob on this LCD, have you tried turning it in both directions to see if an image will appear? Sometimes it's as simple as that!

Regards,

Bruce Bates

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