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1998\01\22@192838 by WF AUTOMACAO

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I'm building a CLOCK with PIC16c54 and at moment, i'm showing the values in a
2x16 LCD.

       Does someone know where i will find a 1X8  LCD   (14 PINS)?

       Miguel Alexandre Wisintainer

1998\01\22@205420 by DREITEK

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In a message dated 98-01-22 19:30:54 EST, you write:

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I'm building a CLOCK with PIC16c54 and at moment, i'm showing the values in a
 2x16 LCD.

        Does someone know where i will find a 1X8  LCD   (14 PINS)?

        Miguel Alexandre Wisintainer
 >>
Hello Miguel,
Digikey carries them.  I have used several.

Dave

1998\01\23@070025 by Jim Dolson

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DREITEK wrote:
>
> In a message dated 98-01-22 19:30:54 EST, you write:
>
> <<
>  I'm building a CLOCK with PIC16c54 and at moment, i'm showing the values in a
>   2x16 LCD.
>
>          Does someone know where i will find a 1X8  LCD   (14 PINS)?
>
>          Miguel Alexandre Wisintainer
>   >>

Wirz carries a 1x16 that you may be interested in.  Cost is about $7.
They are at http://www.wirz.com

Jim

1998\01\23@113753 by John Payson

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> >          Does someone know where i will find a 1X8  LCD   (14 PINS)?

Timeline has a 2x4 LCD you might try (at that size you can take direct
control over ALL the dots if you want).  The price is only $5, but the
board is a little odd-shaped.  If you place the board vertically, with
the display on top, it's about 3" high by 1" wide (the display is in
the top 1") and the connector will be on the right side as you face the
display.  The connector's pins are L-shaped, bending to the right.

If the shape does not pose a problem, these could be nice displays.  If
you use custom characters, you can show the times from 10:00 to 12:59
decently on one line; the other line could be used for AM/PM, seconds,
or whatever you wanted.  If you want to regard the display as a bitmap,
think of it as 23x16 with columns 5, 10, and 15; and rows 7 and 8, missing.
But if you can work your display requirements around that you should be
able to produce some cute results.

1998\01\23@120553 by DREITEK

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In a message dated 98-01-23 07:01:04 EST, you write:

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DREITEK wrote:
>
> In a message dated 98-01-22 19:30:54 EST, you write:
>
> <<
>  I'm building a CLOCK with PIC16c54 and at moment, i'm showing the values
in a
>   2x16 LCD.
>
>          Does someone know where i will find a 1X8  LCD   (14 PINS)?
>
>          Miguel Alexandre Wisintainer
>   >>

Wirz carries a 1x16 that you may be interested in.  Cost is about $7.
They are at http://www.wirz.com

Jim

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Jim,
I didn't write this post!!!!
I did respond and had the response sent back to me because of too many routes
(or some such)
Digikey carries these things as well.  They are about $10.

Dave

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