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'Help on Epson LCD module'
1998\03\11@105703 by Neil Parkin

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Hello to all,

Can anybody supply information on the following Epson LCD module:
EA-D16015AR
It has fourteen connections on the PCB to the bottom right of the
module.
I am most interested in the connection details, but any further
assistance such as control sequences etc would be useful.

Neil Parkin
spam_OUTnparkinTakeThisOuTspamdearne-coll.ac.uk

1998\03\11@120006 by m00c0600

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Neil Parkin wrote:
>
> Hello to all,
>
> Can anybody supply information on the following Epson LCD module:
> EA-D16015AR
> It has fourteen connections on the PCB to the bottom right of the
> module.
> I am most interested in the connection details, but any further
> assistance such as control sequences etc would be useful.
>
> Neil Parkin
> .....nparkinKILLspamspam@spam@dearne-coll.ac.uk

I can't tell from the number......

does it have a hitachi HD44780 type controller - standard lcd
character modules do.

If you have any further info, such as lines x chars, or if it is
a graphic module, or which chips are on it, I might be able to
help.

jimfordspamKILLspammcmail.com

1998\03\11@181942 by Alessandro Zummo

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Il 11-Mar-98, Neil Parkin scrisse:

> Can anybody supply information on the following Epson LCD module:
> EA-D16015AR
> It has fourteen connections on the PCB to the bottom right of the
> module.
> I am most interested in the connection details, but any further
> assistance such as control sequences etc would be useful.

Yes. It's Hitachi compatibile, both in command set and in pinout.
I've already worked with them.. they're really fine :-)

--

  - *Alex* -

 http://freepage.logicom.it/azummo/

1998\03\11@193236 by Ron Kreymborg

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I don't have specs on that model, but if it's a 2 line display the
connections are probably:

1   Vss   (gnd)
2   Vdd   +5V
3   Vd    typically 0.5-1.0V
4   RS    register selection
5   R/W   read(hi)/write(lo)
6   E     hi clock
7   DB0
8   DB1
9   DB2
10  DB3
11  DB4
12  DB5
13  DB6
14  DB7

Ron

On Wed, 11 Mar 1998, Neil Parkin wrote:

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1998\03\12@060406 by Teuns J. Moolman

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Hello Neil,

Wednesday, 11 March 98, you wrote to me:

NP> Hello to all,

NP> Can anybody supply information on the following Epson LCD module:
NP> EA-D16015AR
NP> It has fourteen connections on the PCB to the bottom right of the
NP> module.
NP> I am most interested in the connection details, but any further
NP> assistance such as control sequences etc would be useful.

NP> Neil Parkin
NP> EraseMEnparkinspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTdearne-coll.ac.uk

It is pretty standard for all models.

Pin  Function

1        Ground 0V
2        +5V Supply
3        LCD Contrast Control
4        Command/Data Line
5        Read/Write Line (Strap to GND)
6        LCD Enable Line
7-10     Data Lines (4-Bit Mode)
11-14    Data Lines (4-Bit Mode)

The controller uses 80 bytes of display RAM (Hitachi 44780
Controller). It supports up to 40 Char X 2 Lines. The memory addresses
goes from 0 to 103. Each screen character resembles one byte.

Mail me if you need more info.

Best regards,
Teuns                            tjmspamspam_OUToas.co.za

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