The DFRobot LCD Keypad Shield is found at DFRobot.com and various other retailers (Robotshop, etc)
To use this shield with the LiquidCrystal library, use this define:
// initialize the library with the numbers of the interface pins
// RS E D4 D5 D6 D7
LiquidCrystal lcd(8, 9, 4, 5, 6, 7);
I just got my shipment of stuff from BGMicro, including a ton of pinheaders!
1x Velleman 4×4 keypad
1x GI AY-3-8910 Sound Chip (and matching IC socket)
2x LEDs with wire and
1x 2.5″ stero cable end (Digital Rebel XT Trigger?)
1x Graphical KS0108 Display
and Lots of 1×40 and 2×17 Pinheaders 🙂
I got this LCD screen free with one of my computer-related eBay purchases.
The label on the bubblewrap says:
Seiko/Epson RG9013F-NZ VGA 640×480 Mono for Dragonball EZ
Used/Excellent – Full Factory Spec Sheet At:
www.openhardware.net/ez328simm/resources.html [archive.org link]
Spec Sheet [PDF, archive.org link]
According to store.earthlcd.com, the EG9013FNZ1 is an STN Passive Transmissive 6.3″ 640×480 Monochrome LCD display with a CCFL backlight.
Ok, this 13″ Sharp TFT LCD screen with XGA (1024×768) resolution was used in some Dell and NEC laptops, including the Dell Latitude CPi D266XT.
The Dell Latitude’s screen and inverter has a connector to the motherboard consisting of 50 pins (25 x 2 pins)
Motherboard Connector [LVDS connector?]:
1. ? 26. ?
2. ? 27. ?
3. ? 28. ?
4. ? 29. ?
5. ? 30. ?
6. ? 31. ?
7. ? 32. ?
8. ? 33. ?
9. ? 34. ?
10. ? 35. ?
11. ? 36. ?
12. ? 37. ?
13. ? 38. ?
14. ? 39. ?
15. ? 40. ?
16. ? 41. ?
17. ? 42. ?
18. ? 43. ?
19. ? 44. ?
20. ? 45. ?
21. ? 46. ?
22. ? 47. ?
23. ? 48. ?
24. ? 49. ?
25. ? 50. ?
CCFL Inverter Connector:
1 & 2. ?
9 & 10. ?
Sharp LCD Connector:
- [Top of LCD] ?
- [Bottom of LCD] ?
Well, I got the email today letting me know that I won this lovely LCD screen by playing Hacked Gadgets’“Name That Thing” Contest. You should go check out their site, it’s got plenty of related electronics-hacking stuff.
I recently bought two Nokia LCDs from eBay seller talktalkmobiles, and each came with a free Torx-8 screwdriver.
The screens come from Nokia 3310, 3330 and 3390, and have built-in Philips PCD8544 controllers.
It has 8 pins on the back of the LCD.
- V+ (+3.3V)
- Vout (DC/DC voltage converter)
For more information, Check out This Thread at LCDInfo.com or the datasheet.
Built with the PC Starter Kit (“LCD Kit 04”) from the good folks at 411 Technology Systems, it is mounted in a computer case spacer to be mounted in a computer.
You can buy LCDs along with the PC Starter Kit, which includes the parallel port kit and a CD with schematics, code, and other plans and goodies on it (“AN-CD-01”).
You can either purchase from their eBay Store or their Web Store (LCDs | Kits & Other Stuff)
And, they pack everything in baggies, and LCDs are put into ESD bags, and shipped in boxes so things don’t get dropped, crushed, smushed, etc. And yes, I’ve bought from them again and again, and I highly recommend them for LCD stuff.