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Grapic LCD

ThE_DeaD

New member
How easy is it to use the grafic one? i was going to use the

- Wide Temperature 240x128 Graphic LCD Module
OR
- Wide Temperature 320x240 Graphic LCD Module
this is my first time, and i was wondering how i hook them up and power them...
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bobb

New member
ThE_DeaD said:
How easy is it to use the grafic one? i was going to use the

- Wide Temperature 240x128 Graphic LCD Module
OR
- Wide Temperature 320x240 Graphic LCD Module
this is my first time, and i was wondering how i hook them up and power them...

Hooking up is no big deal.... problem is what software to drive it.
 

CF Tech

Administrator
Maybe not

bobb said:
Hooking up is no big deal....
Fair warning: It most certainly can be a big deal to connect the display, and you most certainly can damage the display. We do not offer tech support for graphic (CFAX* or CFAG*) displays used in PC applications, and we will not accept returns on graphic displays used in PC applications.

That being said, if you are still in the game you might try LCD Studio or Power LCD.
 

CF Mark

Administrator
If you can understand a wiring diagram/schematic and solder lots of wires using that diagram you should be ok.

There are wiring diagrams around showing how to connect them to the PCs printer port.
When thet is done, as said above, PowerLCD and others can be used.

But as CF Tech said, if you get it wrong and cant get the LCD working, or even worse, damage it, your on your own.
 
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