I was stealing the power supply from an old PC case today, and I noticed that it had a 3x8-segment (3 digits + 3 decimals) display. I pulled this display out, and I'd like to interface with it if possible.
I'm sure that the miniature PCB that the display is connected to is proprietary, but the pins are marked, so I'm wondering if I can hack something up.
There are 12 pins. They're labeled: V+ V- S T- T+ GS P- P+ KEY H S I (in that order)
There's also an IC marked "HT93LC46" which seems to be this: http://www.holtek.com.tw/english/docum/memory/93lc46.htm
Can I interface with this easily? Any idea what those pins mean? Should I just give up? Do I need to remove the display from the PCB and go from there?