Can anyone identify this LCD connector?

So not long ago I bought this nokia 7110 dot matrix display. But I can't hook it up. I can't find the plug to this connector (top white)

The tiny pins are 1mm apart and the top row is 0.5mm shifted from bottom, while the two rows are 3mm apart. There seems to be 7 pins per row.

Can anyone identify this connector? Thank you!

Hi Liudr,

found this link that might interest you - http://serdisplib.sourceforge.net/ser/sed1565.html

maybe port the lib mentioned to Arduino? Rob

It's a board-to-board connector. Nokia have used Hirose connectors before so maybe it's one of theirs. You'll need to get the datasheets from Hirose to see if you can find a match. Alternatively you could email Nokia tech support and tell them you are in the phone repair business and need to source a connector.

robtillaart: Hi Liudr,

found this link that might interest you - http://serdisplib.sourceforge.net/ser/sed1565.html

maybe port the lib mentioned to Arduino? Rob

Thanks Rob. I realized my display doesn't have the clear plastic housing so no screwing it to a plate :( but the code is worth translating to arduino C if I find another way to secure the display to arduino.

OK OK, verdict:

Andy, Hirose connectors look like them but not exact. I browsed their tons of pdfs but noting matches the staggered pins.

Then I found this pic some dude got taking apart his phone.

http://www.insideelectronics.co.cc/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/24082010095.jpg

Picture is big so click it.

His original blog:
http://www.insideelectronics.co.cc/?p=128

Look to the far left at the golden pads and zoom in. Can you see the pin-shaped indentations on the pads?

Bam! I pressed my connector against a hard object, all pins retract! That’s it, no connectors just retractable pins pressed against pads on PCBs. I don’t have the proper plastic frame so I will have to get creative.

so no screwing it to a plate

transparant glue can do miracles ...

You mean hot-glue or crazy glue the connector while keeping it compressed against the pads? Why not? I didn't spend enough money on this thing to care the outcome, which may be a very good one!! :grin:

I would start taking a piece of perspex (?) e.g. two inch wider and one inch higher than the screen and drill some holes in it. And glue it just in the corners.

robtillaart: I would start taking a piece of perspex (?) e.g. two inch wider and one inch higher than the screen and drill some holes in it. And glue it just in the corners.

Plexiglas? Right. If you see the original pic I linked on post 1 there are two "bays" besides the center connector, clearing space for screws. Will do! Thanks for the suggestions!