Scale module with aluminum tensometer beam, allowing weight measurement...
Knives designed for cutting paper, wallpaper, foil, etc. z29343
DC-DC Step-Up converter module with adjustable output voltage of 5 V, 8...
Module with ATmega4808 microcontroller from AVR family (48 KB Flash, 6...
The resistance meter allows you to measure low resistance values from...
The clamp meter measures DC voltage and current, AC voltage and current,...
Set of 8 magnetized screwdrivers. z28413
16-channel logic analyzer with a maximum sampling frequency of 100 MHz....
Author: Tomasz Jabłoński
Format: PDF, B5, 136 pages
BTC publishing house
Legionowo - paper version 2008
Fast decreasing prices of graphic LCD displays cause that designers of electronic devices are using them more and more often in an increasing number of applications. In contrast to alphanumeric LCD displays, where the HD44780 (Hitachi / Renesas) system is the world standard, there are unfortunately many mutually incompatible "standards" in graphic displays. The most common graphic drivers in our country bear the designations: T6963, SPLC501C, ST7036, SSD1303, NJU6450, PCD8544 and S1D15G14. We dedicate this book to the presentation of their service.
All examples presented in the book are written in C language, thanks to which they can be implemented relatively easily in almost any microprocessor system. Modern microcontrollers with an ARM core from the LPC2000 family were selected as a test platform for the examples. All examples were compiled in the Keil uVision runtime environment, working with the free ARM-GCC compiler.
The book is intended for all lovers of microprocessor technology who intend to use graphic LCD displays in their projects. Many of the information contained in the book may be useful to students of electronics, automation and IT departments at technical universities.