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Nuts & Volts Magazine (June 2009)

Taming Unruly LCD’s: Part 2

By Ron Hackett    View In Digital Edition  

The 14M is the perfect processor for this project. It has more than enough I/O lines and program memory for the task at hand and it’s cheap enough that you can construct two or three complete “serialized” LCDs for the price of one commercial display.


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I some how managed to reverse two pins on the schematic drawing. On the LCD connector, pin 1 should be Ground and pin 2 should be +5v.


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