Siemens SCDQ5581 dot matrix display - how to write a byte

HI,

have anyone experience with this display or similar dot matrix displays? There is datasheet here: http://www.alltronics.com/mas_assets/acrobat/SCDQ5581.pdf but Iam unable to find right code for it :(

Someone suggested to me that I need to write the right bytes accorging to the datasheet. I really can not write custom codes much so I dont know where to start. But if you have some code that let me sent the bytes I will play with the rest myself.

No one? :(

Someone suggested to me that I need to write the right bytes accorging to the datasheet. I really can not write custom codes much. So I dont know where to start but if you have some code that let me sent the bytes I will play with the rest myself.

tomperys:
Someone suggested to me that I need to write the right bytes accorging to the datasheet. I really can not write custom codes much. So I dont know where to start but if you have some code that let me sent the bytes I will play with the rest myself.

Why do you keep repeating the same question ?

Have you tried google ?

http://milwaukeemakerspace.org/2012/09/random-find-the-avagohp-hdlg-2416/

// Per.

Thanks, I did try google (however with refrence to SCDQ5581 or dot matrix displays). Problem is, they all using own libraries for different displays (in this case the display have 5x7 characters and totaly different pins than the SCDQ5581). Thats confusing for me, because I really dont understand much the datasheets and I realy dont know how to make my own library or whole own code… For now I can just use existing codes and change them a little bit, but not rewrite them completly for different electronics. But thanks anyway, I will try to do smth with this, so far no luck…

Finaly, I found what I was looking for. Two different libraries that can manage the SCDQ displays. They were for 4 digits displays only but that wasnt hard to change. If will someone looking fot them too, they are here:

https://code.google.com/p/arduino-scdq-intelligent-display/downloads/detail?name=SCDQ_Intelligent_Display.zip&can=2&q= http://appzid.com/download/DispSCDQ554xx_v0.2.zip

Sorry I missed this post earlier, I would have pointed you at the library you found. I think I found it by typing SCDQ in the search box. Those are great little displays. I used one to implement nick gammon's prime number counter as seen here in the 'exhibit' forum.

Jimmy