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siletto

Hy there!
I saw a good 128x64 lcd screen on ebay, but the selled dont wrote there which controller chip is on it, so i would be glad if you help me:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/12864-LCD-Display-Module-128x64-Dots-Graphic-Blue-Color-Backlight-/200747308135?forcev4exp=true&forceRpt=true

So that is the module. I need a slim and under 65mm width panel, so i can only choose this screen.
Which type of controller does it has? Or if you dont know, can you tell me if i can use it with glcd or other pre-written libraries?

johnwasser

Some searching on the manufacturer's site (www.goodview-lcd.com) leads me to think that their 128x64 graphic displays all use the ST7565P controller.

If you can figure out which model it is you can download a manual for it: http://www.goodview-lcd.com/downloadlist.asp?i=5
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dhenry

128x64, 20 or so pins.

What about KS0107?

siletto


Some searching on the manufacturer's site (www.goodview-lcd.com) leads me to think that their 128x64 graphic displays all use the ST7565P controller.

If you can figure out which model it is you can download a manual for it: http://www.goodview-lcd.com/downloadlist.asp?i=5


I checked the site and saw that 12864 lcds have ks107/ks108 controllers, and i found this:
http://www.goodview-lcd.com/fileshow.asp?i=46

Maybe that will my the lcd what i saw on ebay. The dimensions are correct.

Thanks for the help

dhenry

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ks107/ks108 controllers


They are functionally the same as the ST7565.

siletto

And do i have to use parralal communication with the lot of pins, or can i use something serial?
Fortunately, the mega2560 has many pins, but i dont like too many wires in one device

dhenry

The datasheet you linked to says parallel -> all 8 bits in their glory.

Obviously, you can serialize that, even the command pins, with a shift register or even a mcu.

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