am having problems on how to conect the pins on the arduino ,s2x1c50tr and the shift register 74hc595n. please help me to connect these stuff
Welcome to the Forum.
How much experience do you have with microcontrollers?
Is this a class project?
Can you post a link to the data sheet for the LCD?
If this is a raw glass LCD without a built in "glass driver", then interfacing to it is not trivial, and it is most easily done with a Mega169 micro that includes the hardware to drive a glass display.
There doesn't seem to be any interest in that LCD in Arduino land. That means you'll have to do some work yourself if you really want to use that lcd.
The problem with using that lcd is that it requires the signals to be always changing - 50 times a second or so. You can do this with two HC595's and some software or get some driver ics like the CD4543 which specifically are for your type of lcd. These are fairly cheap, but not super common.
If this is a class project - then read up on how to interface HC595's - there's zillions of tuturials on this and read up on how to drive a glass lcd. One keyword is 'backplane'
As the doc asks - what is your level of experience?
no its not a class WORK but am just working with it so as for it to display temperature readings on the lcd.
i don't have much experience in this sector,still studying .
lcd-s2x1c50tr.pdf thats where you can find the data sheet of this lcd
May we suggest you use a common LCD display, perhaps a 16x2 like this one:
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There's a couple of AVR App Notes on direct driving an LCD:
AVR340: Direct Driving of LCD Using General Purpose IO
AVR241: Direct driving of LCD display using general IO
i don't have much experience in this sector
would suggest that this display is not a good choice for you at this stage.
See also Tip #6 in my signature (below) for beginner's getting started tips:
I would also suggest that you take a look at this hot-off-the-press post in the 'Tutorials' section:
In particular, note point #3:
3. Ask yourself “how many problems do I want to solve at once”?
In choosing a bare glass LCD, U think you are giving yourself way too many problems to solve at once!
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