slaz wrote:I didn't have any donor PCB's to steal the resistor and capacitors from, so I ended up running several more wires back to the original PCB to avoid any extra components on the breakout board:
Fuzzylogic wrote:Tris, Thanks for sharing your work.
I installed the LCD on a Cruz board, but i did not want to peel the polarizer filters of the LCD, so i used a microcontroller to interface directly with the SPI bus, and reprogram the settings so that the picture will be mirrored.
Only two registers needed to be programmed:
0xC8 ; COM normal =0xC0 inverse=0xC8
0xA1 ; SEG normal = 0xA0 inverse =0xA1
The chip i used is a microchip PIC12F1822, sourcecode is here:
6 connections on the PIC chip are needed:
3 SDO connects to D7 SID
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