UC Library for the Industruino x64 LCD. Author: Industruino and others; Maintainer: Industruino; Website: I just released a new C library to draw text and graphics on the UC x64 monochrome LCD. It makes use of my ArmbianIO library to. 18 Dec This is a simple library for UC controlled graphic LCD’s. * Written for a cheap OPEN-SMART ” x64 display * See.
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Couple more questions here if you dont mind: I’m pretty green to the display area of micro-controllers but I have been learning a ton along the way.
Sign In Sign Up. I looked around the web and I haven’t been able to find any examples or library’s or even a wiring diagram. Already have an account? I have only bought the PCB version. By Larry BankFebruary 22 in General chit chat. Is the library pretty nice to work with? I just received my Uuc1701 displays and was wondering if you would want to help me get this set up to work with my pro mini?
Your display luckily doesn’t have the Chinese character rom, but does have the regulator. I recently designed a physical therapy device for a scoliosis doctor using this Uc170 display, an Arduino Pro Mini, accelerometer and light sensitive resistor to turn on the backlight automatically when ambient light levels are low.
But the responsiveness and reaction time to show the encoder value is truly impressively fast. I guess thats where the refresh rates come into play for these displays.
It can be purchased with a PCB attached and through-hole connectors or just the raw display with a ribbon cable. If so, do you possibly have the tech specs of it handy? Go To Topic Listing General chit chat. Again, I really appreciate your time and advice! Since I already had my circuit boards printed, I would like to stay with I2C.
This product I’m building will use battery power so the 4. Sign up for a new account in our community.
Yes, it’s still available. I buy inexpensive devices, read the datasheet, then write code to control them. Sign in Already have an account? Is 30 FPS rate an average refresh rate for this type of display? You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.
It’s my favorite LCD so far due to its low cost, low power and good contrast. I really like this display because it’s super low power uA 3V when active and has a nice even jc1701 that only consumes 4.
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Would have never guessed! I use SPI connected displays in several of my “experiments”, both monochrome and color. I’m looking for interesting projects to make with this knowledge. I don’t know about “normal” libraries because I always write my own. Register a new account.
Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Seeing your screenshots of the ucc1701 font is what initially caught my eye.
12PIN Grey Backlight COG 12864 LCD Module UC1701 Controller 3.3V / 5V (No Chinese Font)
Maybe a simple sample Arduino sketch to demonstrate printing a variable and blanking the screen. Another drawback to the OLED is the massive mA power consumption when many larger digits are displayed. I never realized the refresh rates play such a big role in these things.