Epson LCD controller SED1335

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I am planning to develope a product which use graphic LCD for interface. I have in mind to use Epson LCD controller IC SID13305 (old name is SED1335), but a search through the net seems to indicate that it is not a popular choice. Toshiba & Hitachi seems to be more popular. Is it true?

Has anyone develop with Epson SID13305 before?
Is there any reference code that I can use?

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SED1330 is very popular, I would say. Examples are plentiful. It is my impression that the 1335 is to replace the 1330 so they are probably software compatible.

One place to look for code examples:
http://instruct1.cit.cornell.edu...

or you can look at my temperature logger project (do a search).

j.

I had a hard time with my toshiba 6393 (I think that was the number). I found the Epson to be much easier.

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This messages in to John Sorensen

I am also interface a lcd graphic display using the sed1330 chip.

I searched the site for your temperature logger project and can't find a darn thing.

Could you point me to it

Thanks
Garret Crisler

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http://www.home.earthlink.net/~j...

If you use this code, just let me know.

j.

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Oh, I never asked if you were using C or ASM. I use C.

hth,
j.

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Information on using the Toshiba T6963

http://ourworld.compuserve.com/h...

Dean.

Dean 94TT
"Life is just one damn thing after another" Elbert Hubbard (1856 - 1915)

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There is no shortage of documentation for the 6963. I just couldn't get the knack of it. Especially in the reading of data from the display. If anyone has really mastered some C code for the AVR, I'd love to see it.

j.

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You might also consider the ATmega169. It is an AVR with a buit in LCD controller.

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Hello. I have a LCD with SED1335. I have a code written for pic16f87. And also I pluged the LCD to LPT port. Then I wrote a BASIC program to control it. It is almost perfect. I can rotate a 3d box that contains 100 points on the LCD without ghost images. I can give codes, But please wait. Because they are in another computer of mine at another house. I will write back in 1-week time.

Thank you.

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Here is a QuickBasic Program And a test program for SED1335 for PIC16f877 (I'm sorry ,but I don't forget that you don't like PIC's)

Anyway
I hope It works
Emre

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