Go Down

Topic: Unknown spec LCD help? (Read 457 times) previous topic - next topic

I found a little cheapo digital camera on clearance at Walgreens (one of those with the built in memory and crappy quality). It was $5, so I figured what the heck. The first thing I did was, obviously, take it apart. The camera can act as a webcam, so I can use that function right now, but the thing has a little LCD screen on it. I mean tiny, 1" x .75". It has a part number on it, but Google didn't come up with anything, so I was wondering if you guys might be able to help me figure out how to get this little guy running on my Arduino Uno. The part number is TXDC096C-1V3m printed on the ribbon that connects the screen to the camera. If I had to guess at it's resolution, I might say 90x60 or possible even 45x30. It's tiny.

Anyway, I'd really like to get something on this screen through the Arduino, any help you guys might be able to provide would be fantastic.

guix

I think some close up pictures could help :)

dhenry

A lcd without a datasheet is basically paperweight.

Go Up