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TrevorB

Any one had any luck with this? There was a pin-out given and a pong game. The library contains hundreds of errors which I couldn't med. I have a jn12864j which was a 5 of ebay.

Can I do any thing with this with an existing library such as the glc library? I followed the pin-out for that and all i can get on the screen is random squares being on and off. I dont really have any other use for this screen. :/
TrevorB

TrevorB

Here is the ebay page http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/280908109970?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649

model jn12864j any help would be appreciated, I just want this damn thing to work
TrevorB

TrevorB

Sitronix ST7920 controller
TrevorB

olikraus


Any one had any luck with this? There was a pin-out given and a pong game. The library contains hundreds of errors which I couldn't med.


Which library? Which pong game? I did not see any links.

The controller itself is quite common and there are several libs around here. One of these libs is http://code.google.com/p/u8glib/ another one is from dc42. The Arduino libs usually do not give much information on how to connect the display with your Arduino, so you should fetch the controller datasheet and connect the display pins as described there.
See also here: http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,133736.0.html.

Oliver

dc42

I have a display that looks very similar to that one. You can find the connections for driving it in serial mode in the comments in https://github.com/dc42/arduino/blob/master/Libraries/Lcd7920/Lcd7920.ino. I expect the same connections will work with u8glib too.
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X3fil


Hi!

I've opened a same thread a week ago and updated now. Maybe we can help us eath other. Look here:

http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,133736.0.html

For now I can make almost all, connecting it in serial-mode and using so fewer connections on arduino. I miss the contrast for now.

Bye, Simon

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