I am new here and do not know much about LCD’s.
The problem that i hae is that a Audio Mixer that has a 240 x 64 Graphic LCD which has gone blank
I cannot get a spare LCD of the same manufacturer but have sourced another LCD 240 x 64. My orignal LCD in my mixer has a ribbon connector but only has 10 wires, the new LCD has 20 pins. I have done some reading in this forum and have understood that the wires need to be traced to the Controller on the orignal LCD Toshiba (T6A39)
The replacment LDC that I have got has a Toshiba T6963C Will it work if I connect it in the same pin order of the Orignal LCD.
Any help will be appreaciated
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Will it work if I connect it in the same pin order of the Orignal LCD.
If this is a question, then the simple answer is "no".
You can not (simply) replace a display with the T6A39 with a display that is based on the T6963C.
You original display seems to be a "so called" controller-less display without internal memory and without a simple uC interface. It requres continues data stream to display something. The T6963 uses a frame buffer memory to drive the display and is able to show the something on the LCD without further uC interaction. Additional the T6963 has a usual 8 bit uC interface with some powerful commands.
Just compare the datasheets of the two controllers.