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jocoj100

As I sad before, it's height is twice bigger than I have the space, in my rev counter, so this wont fit.

Can I use these LCD's from motorcycle's dashboards, I know that they are graphical, but can I connect them to Arduino, and using some of existing graphics libraries display data on it?

jocoj100

I just found this LCD, on Mouser, when I remove the plastic isolation, it would fit, and only question what is left, is it hard to wire, because it's parallel?

http://eu.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Newhaven-Display/NHD-0108BZ-RN-GBW/?qs=sGAEpiMZZMt7dcPGmvnkBqg%252bvlcFh2lCzUSIotV%252bnq0%3d

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Feb 04, 2013, 10:38 pm Last Edit: Feb 05, 2013, 03:37 pm by teckel Reason: 1

As I sad before, it's height is twice bigger than I have the space, in my rev counter, so this wont fit.

Can I use these LCD's from motorcycle's dashboards, I know that they are graphical, but can I connect them to Arduino, and using some of existing graphics libraries display data on it?


The entire board is 25mm x 25mm, but the display is MUCH smaller, even than the other model you listed.  If I remember I'll measure it tonight, it's about 1cm high by 2cm wide, about a quarter the size of the one you linked to.  Like I said it's REALLY tiny.  It also has a simple I2C interface.

Tim
Arduino - Teensy - Raspberry Pi
My libraries: NewPing - LCDBitmap - toneAC - NewTone - TimerFreeTone

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