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LCD driver IC
April. 2004
VER 0.2
TL0324S
65COM / 132SEG DRIVER & CONTROLLER
FOR STN LCD
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65COM / 132SEG DRIVER & CONTROLLER FOR STN LCD
1. INTRODUCTION
The TL0324S is a driver and controller LSI for graphic dot-matrix liquid crystal display systems.
It contains 65 common and 132 segment driver circuits.
This chip is connected directly to a microprocessor (MPU), accepts serial or 8-bit parallel display data and
stores in an on-chip Display Data RAM (DDRAM) of 65 x 132 bits.
It provides a high-flexible display section due to one to one correspondences between on-chip DDRAM bits
and LCD panel pixels.
And it performs DDRAM read / write operation with no externally operating clock to minimize power
consumption.
In addition, because it contains power supply circuits necessary to drive liquid crystal, it is possible to make a
display system with the fewest components.
2. FEATURES
Driver output circuits
-. 65 common outputs / 132 segment outputs
On-chip display data RAM (DDRAM)
-. Capacity: 65 x 132=8,580 bits
-. RAM bit data “1”: a dot of display is illuminated.
-. RAM bit data “0”: a dot of display is not illuminated.
Multi-chip operation
-. Master and slave mode available
Applicable duty-ratios
Duty ratio
Applicable LCD bias
Maximum display area
1/65
1/9 or 1/7
65 x 132
1/55
1/8 or 1/6
55 x 132
1/49
1/8 or 1/6
49 x 132
1/33
1/6 or 1/5
33 x 132
Microprocessor (MPU) interface
-. 8-bit parallel bi-directional interface with 6800-series or 8080-series
-. Serial interface (write operation only)
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Various Function set
-. Display ON/OFF, set initial display line, set page address, set column address, read status, write / read
display data, select segment driver output, reverse display ON/OFF, entire display ON/OFF, select LCD
bias, set/reset modify-read, select common driver output, control display power circuit, select internal
regulator resistor ratio for V0 voltage regulation, electronic volume, set static indicator state.
-. H/W and S/W reset available
-. Static drive circuit equipped internally for indicators with 4 flashing modes
Built-in analog circuits
-. On-chip Oscillator circuit for display clock (external clock can also be used)
-. High performance voltage converter
(with booster ratios of x2, x3, x4 and x5, where the step-up reference voltage can be used externally)
-. High accuracy voltage regulator (temperature coefficient: -0.05%/°C or external input)
-. Electronic contrast control function (64 steps)
-. Vref = 2.1V ± 3% (V0 voltage adjustment voltage)
-. High performance voltage follower
(V1 to V4 voltage divider resistors and OP-Amp for increasing drive capacity)
Operating voltage range
-. Supply voltage (VDD): 2.4V to 3.6V
-. LCD driving voltage (VLCD = V0 -VSS): 4.5V to 15.0V
Low power consumption
-. Operating power: 40µA (Typ)
(VDD = 3V, x4 boosting [VCI is VDD], V0 = 11V, internal power supply ON, display OFF and normal mode
is selected)
-. Standby power: 10µA Max. (during power save [standby] mode)
Operating Temperatures
-. Wide range of operating temperatures : -40°C to 85°C
CMOS Process
Package type
-. Gold bumped chip and TCP available
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VDD
V0
V1
V2
V3
V4
VSS
33 COMMON
DRIVER
CIRCUITS
COM63
COMS
33 COMMON
DRIVER
CIRCUITS
COMMON OUTPUT
CONTROL CIRCUIT
MS
VOLTAGE
FOLLOWER
V0
VR
INTRS
REF
VEXT
COM32
132 SEGMENT
DRIVER
CIRCUITS
DISPLAY DATA
CONTROL CIRCUIT
/HPM
SEG129
SEG130
SEG131
SEG0
SEG1
SEG2
COMS
COM0
COM31
3. BLOCK DIAGRAM
VOLTAGE
REGULATOR
I/O
I/O
BUFFER
BUFFER
DISPLAY
DISPLAYDATA
DATARAM
RAM
65
65xx132
132==8,580
8,580BITS
BITS
PAGE
PAGE
ADDRESS
ADDRESS
CIRCUIT
CIRCUIT
COLUMN
COLUMNADDRESS
ADDRESS
CIRCUIT
CIRCUIT
LINE
LINE
ADDRESS
ADDRESS
CIRCUIT
CIRCUIT
DISPLAY
TIMING
GENERATOR
CIRCUIT
CL
M
FRS
FR
DISP
DSEL0
DSEL1
VOUT
C1C1+
C2C2+
C3+
C4+
VCI
VOLTAGE
CONVERTER
STATUS REGISTER
INSTRUCTION REGISTER
BUS HOLDER
INSTRUCTION DECODER
Figure 3-1. block diagram
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DB0
DB1
DB2
DB3
DB4
DB5
(SCLK)DB6
C68
(SID)DB7
PS
/RESET
RS
E_/RD
RW_/WR
CS2
/CS1
MPU INTERFACE CIRCUIT(PARALLEL & SERIAL)
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4. PIN DESCRIPTION
Table 4-1. Pin description
Power supply
Name
VDD
VSS
I/O
Power
supply
Description
Shared with the MPU power supply terminal VCC.
This is a 0V terminal connected to the system GND.
Main VSS pad (PAD No. 43,44,45,46 and 47) have to be connected
The voltage is determined by the LCD pixel impedance-converted for application by an
operational amplifier.
Voltage have the following relationship: V0 >V1>V2>V3>V4>VSS(GND)
When the on-chip power circuit is active, these voltages are generated according
to the state of LCD bias, as shown in the table below.
V0
V1
V2
V3
V4
I/O
LCD Bias
V1
V2
V3
V4
1/9 bias
(8/9) x V0
(7/9) x V0
(2/9) x V0
(1/9) x V0
1/8 bias
(7/8) x V0
(6/8) x V0
(2/8) x V0
(1/8) x V0
1/7 bias
(6/7) x V0
(5/7) x V0
(2/7) x V0
(1/7) x V0
1/6 bias
(5/6) x V0
(4/6) x V0
(2/6) x V0
(1/6) x V0
1/5 bias
(4/5) x V0
(3/5) x V0
(2/5) x V0
(1/5) x V0
LCD driver power supply
C1+
Capacitor1+ positive connection pin for the voltage converter
C1-
Capacitor1- negative connection pin for voltage converter
C2+
Capacitor2+ positive connect ion pin for voltage converter
O
C2-
Capacitor2- negative connection pin for voltage converter
C3+
Capacitor3+ positive connection pin for voltage converter
C4+
Capacitor4+ positive connection pin for voltage converter
Voltage converter input / output pin
Connect this pin to VSS through capacitor.
VOUT
I/O
VR
I
V0 voltage adjustment pin. It is valid only when using external resistors.(INTRS=”L”)
VCI
I
This is the reference voltage for the voltage converter circuit for the LCD drive.
Whether internal voltage converter use or not use, this pin should be fixed.
The voltage should have the following range: 2.4V ≤ VCI ≤ 3.6V
VEXT
I
This is the externally input reference voltage (VREF) for the internal voltage regulator.
It is valid only when external VREF is used (REF = “L”).
When using internal VREF, this pin is Open
REF
I
Select the external VREF voltage via VEXT pin
-REF = “L”: using the external VREF
-REF = “H”: using the internal VREF
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Table 4-1. Pin description (continued)
System control
Name
I/O
Description
Master/slave mode select input. Master makes some signals for display, and slave receives
them. This for display synchronization.
MS =”H”: Master mode
MS =”L”: Slave mode
MS
I
MS
CLS
OSC
Circuit
Power
Supply
CL
M
FRS,
FR
DISP
H
Enable
Enable
Output
Output
Output
Output
L
Disable
Enable
Input
Output
Output
Output
-
Disable
Disable
Input
Input
Output
Input
H
L
Built-in oscillator circuit enables / disable select pin.
CLS = “H”: Enable
CLS = ”L”: Disable (external display clock input to CL pin)
CLS
I
CL
I/O
Display clock input / output pin. When TL0324S is used in master/slave mode(multi-chip),
the CL pin must be connected to each other.
M
I/O
LCD AC signal input / output pin.
When TL0324S is used in master/slave mode(multi-chip), the M pin must be connected to
each other.
MS = “H”: Output
MS = “L”: Input
FRS
O
Static driver segment output. This pin is used together with the FR pin.
FR
O
Static driver common output. This pin is used together with the FRS pin.
I/O
LCD display blanking control input/output.
When TL0324S is used in master/slave mode (multi-chip), the DISP pin must be connected
to each other.
MS = “H”: Output
MS = “L”: Input
DISP
INTRS
/HPM
I
Internal resistor selects pin.
This pin selects the resistor for adjusting V0 voltage level and is available only in
master mode.
INTRS = “H”: using built-in resistors.
INTRS = “L”: not using built-in resistors.
V0 voltage is controlled by VR pin with external resistive divider.
I
Power control pin of the power supply circuits for LCD driver
- /HPM = “H”: normal mode
- /HPM = “L”: high power mode
This pin is valid only in master operation.
The LCD driver duty ratio depends on the following table.(Duty Selection)
DSEL1 ,
DSEL0
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DSEL0
DUTY RATIO
L
L
1/33
L
H
1/49
H
L
1/55
H
H
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Table 4-1. Pin description (continued)
MPU interface
Name
I/O
/RESET
I
Description
Hardware reset input pin.
When /RESET is “L”, initialization is executed.
Parallel/Serial select input pin.
PS
PS
Operating
mode
Chip
select
Data/
Instruction
Data I/O
Read/
Write
Serial
H
Parallel
/CS1,
CS2
RS
DB7 to
DB0
E_/RD,
RW_/WR
-
L
Serial
/CS1,
CS2
RS
DB7
(SID)
Write
only
DB6
(SCLK)
I
When PS= “L”, DB5 to DB0 are high impedance.
E_/RD and RW_/WR are fixed to either “H” or “L”.
With serial data input, RAM display data reading is not supported.
C68
I
This pin is the MPU interface switch terminal.
C68 = “H”: 6800 series MPU interface
C68 = “L”: 8080 series MPU interface
/CS1
CS2
I
Chip select input pin.
Data input/output is enables only when /CS1 is low and CS2 is high.
When chip select is non-active, DB7 to DB0 will be high impedance.
RS
I
Register select input pin.
RS = “H”: The data on DB7 to DB0 is used the display data.
RS = “L”: The data on DB7 to DB0 is used the control data.
I
When interfacing to a 6800-series MPU, read/write is enabled at;
RW_/WR = “H”: read
RW_/WR = “L”: write
When interfacing to an 8080-series MPU, RW_/WR is enabled at low.
The signals on the data bus are latched at the rising edge of the RW_/WR signal.
I
When interfacing to a 6800-series MPU: Active High.
This pin is used as an enable clock input pin of the 6800-series MPU.
When interfacing to a 8080-series MPU: Active Low.
This pin is connected to the RD signal of the 8080-series MPU. While this signal is Low,
TL0324S data bus output is enabled.
RW_/WR
E_/RD
I/O
8-bit bi-directional data bus.
It is connected to the standard 8-bit microprocessor data bus.
In case of serial interface,(PS = ”L”)
DB7: Serial input data(SID)
DB6: Serial input clock(SCLK)
DB5 to DB0 : High impedance
When chip select is not active, DB7 to DB0 will be high impedance.
NC1
NC0
I/O
These are set to Open.
TEST15
to
TEST0
I/O
These are pins for IC chip testing.
These are set to Open.
DB7
To
DB0
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Table 4-1. Pin description (continued)
LCD driver output
Name
I/O
Description
LCD driver output for segment.
The display data and the FR signal control the output voltage of segment driver.
Segment output voltage
Display data
SEG0
to
SEG131
O
FR
Normal display
Reverse display
H
H
V0
V2
H
L
VSS
V3
L
H
V2
V0
L
L
V3
VSS
Power save mode
VSS
LCD driver output for common.
The internal scanning data and M signal control the output voltage of common driver.
COM0
to
COM63
O
Scan data
FR
Common output voltage
H
H
VSS
H
L
V0
L
H
V1
L
L
V4
Power save mode
COMS
O
Common signal output for the icons. The output signals of two pins are the same.
When this signal is not used, should be left open. In multi-chip(master/slave) mode, all
COMS pin on both master and slave units are the same signal.
Note: -. DUMMY, TEST0 ~ TEST15, NC0, NC1: The pins should be opened (floated).
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5. FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
5-1. MICROPROCESSOR INTERFACE
a. Chip select input
There are /CS1 and CS2 pins for chip selection.
The TL0324S can interface with an MPU only when /CS1 is “L” and CS2 is “H”.
When these pins are set to any other combination, RS, E_/RD, and RW_/WR inputs are disabled and DB7 to
DB0 are to be high impedance.
And, in case of serial interface, the internal shift register and the counter are reset.
b. Interface
TL0324S has three types of interface with an MPU, which are one serial and two parallel interfaces.
This parallel or serial interface is determined by PS pin as shown in table 5-1.
Table 5-1. Parallel / Serial interface mode
PS
Type
/CS1
CS2
H
Parallel
/CS1
CS2
L
Serial
/CS1
CS2
C68
Interface mode
H
6800-series MPU mode
L
8080-series MPU mode
X*
Serial MPU mode
∗ X : Don't care
c. Parallel interface (PS = "H")
The 8-bit bi-directional data bus is used in parallel interface and the type of MPU is selected by C68 as
shown in table 5-2.
The type of data transfer is determined by signals at RS, E_/RD, and RW_/WR as shown in table 5-3.
Table 5-2. Microprocessor selection for parallel interface
C68
/CS1
CS2
RS
E_/RD
RW_/WR
DB7 to DB0
MPU
H
/CS1
CS2
RS
E
RW
DB7 to DB0
6800-series
L
/CS1
CS2
RS
/RD
/WR
DB7 to DB0
8080-series
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Table 5-3. Parallel data transfer
Common
6800-series
8080-series
Description
RS
E_/RD
(E)
RW_/WR
(RW)
E_/RD
(/RD)
RW_/WR
(/WR)
H
H
H
L
H
Display data read out
H
H
L
H
L
Display data write
L
H
H
L
H
Register status read
L
H
L
H
L
Writes to internal register(instruction)
d. Serial interface (PS = "L")
When the TL0324S is active and serial interface has been selected, the serial data (DB7) and the serial clock
(DB6) inputs are enabled.
And TL0324S is not active, the internal 8-bit shift register and the 3-bit counter are reset.
The serial data can be read on the rising edge of the serial clock going into DB6 and processed as 8-bit
parallel data on the eighth serial clock.
The serial data input is display data when RS is high and control data when RS is low.
Since the clock signal (DB6) is easy to be affected by the external noise caused by the line length, the
operation check on the actual machine is recommended.
/CS1
CS2
SID
(DB7)
DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0
DB7
DB6
SCLK
(DB6)
RS
Figure 5-1. Serial interface timing
e. Busy flag
The busy flag indicates whether the TL0324S is operating or not.
When DB7 is “H” in read status operation, this device is in busy status and will accept only read status
instruction.
If the cycle time is correct, the MPU needs not to check this flag before each instruction, which improves
the MPU performance.
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f. Data accessing
The TL0324S uses bus holder and internal data bus for data read and data write with the MPU.
When writing data from the MPU to on-chip RAM, the data is automatically transferred from the bus holder
to the on-chip RAM as shown in figure 5-2. When the MPU reads data from on-chip RAM, the first data
read cycle stores the data in the bus holder (dummy read) and the MPU reads this stored data from bus
holder for the next data read cycle as shown in figure 5-3. This means the data of the specified address
cannot be output with the read display data instruction right after the address sets, but can be output at the
second read of data. Therefore, a dummy read cycle must be inserted between each pair of address sets
when a sequence of address sets is executed.
Internal signals
MPU signals
RS
/WR
DB7
to DB0
N
D(N)
D(N+1)
D(N+2)
D(N+3)
D(N+4)
N
D(N)
D(N+1)
D(N+2)
D(N+3)
D(N+4)
/WR
Bus
Holder
Column
Address
N
N+1
N+2
N+3
N+4
Figure 5-2. Write timing
MPU signals
RS
/WR
/RD
DB7
to DB0
N
Dummy
D(N)
D(N+1)
D(N+2)
D(N+3)
Internal signals
/WR
/RD
Bus
Holder
Column
Address
N
D(N)
N
D(N+1)
N+1
N+2
Figure 5-3. Read timing
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5-2. DISPLAY DATA RAM (DDRAM)
a. DDRAM
The DDRAM stores pixel data for the LCD.
It has 65-row (8 page x 8 bit + 1) by 132-column addressable array.
Each pixel can be selected by specifying the page and the column address.
The 65 rows are divided into 8 pages of 8 lines and the 9th page with a single line (DB0 only). Data is read
from or written to the 8 lines of each page directly through DB7 to DB0.
The display data of DB0 to DB7 from the MPU correspond to the LCD common direction as shown in
Figure 5-4.
The MPU can read from and write to DDRAM through the I/O buffer, which is independent operation from
signal reading for the LCD driver.
This independent operation makes it possible that the MPU writes the data into the DDRAM at the same
time as data is being displayed without causing the LCD flicker.
DB0
0
1
1
……
0
COM0
……
DB1
1
0
0
……
1
COM1
……
DB2
1
1
1
……
0
COM2
……
DB3
0
0
1
……
1
COM3
……
DB4
1
1
0
……
0
COM4
Display data RAM
……
LCD display
Figure 5-4. RAM-to-LCD data transfer
b. Page address circuit
This circuit is for providing a page address to DDRAM shown in figure 6-6.
The 4-bit page address register changed by only the “Set page” instruction.
Page address 8 (DB3, DB2, DB1, DB0 = 1, 0, 0, 0) is a special RAM area for the icons and display data DB0
is only valid.
When Page Address is above 8, it is impossible to access to on-chip RAM.
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c. Column address circuit
Column address circuit has a 8-bit preset counter that provides column address to the DDRAM as shown in
figure 5-6.
When the “Set column address MSB / LSB” instruction is issued, 8-bit [Y7:Y0] is updated.
And this address is increased by +1 each display data Read/Write instruction.
This allows that the MPU display data can be accessed continuously.
The increment of the column address stops with 83H. And the counter is not increased and locked if the
address is specified over 84H.
It is unlocked if a column address is set again by “Set column address MSB / LSB” instruction.
The column address counter is independent of the page address register.
The ADC select instruction makes it possible to convert the relationship between the column address and the
segment outputs.
It is necessary to rewrite the display data on built-in RAM after issuing the ADC select instruction.
Refer to the figure 5-5.
SEG OUTPUT
SEG0
SEG1
SEG2
SEG4
………
SEG128
SEG129
SEG130
SEG131
Column address[Y7:Y0]
00H
01H
02H
04H
………
80H
81H
82H
83H
Display data
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
LCD panel display
(ADC = 0)
LCD panel display
(ADC = 1)
Figure 5-5. The relationship between the column address and the segment outputs
d. Line address circuit
This circuit assigns DDRAM a line address corresponding to the first line (COM0) of the display.
Using the display start line address set command, what is normally the top line of the display can be
specified. By setting the line address repeatedly, it is possible to realize the screen scrolling and page
switching without changing the contents of DDRAM as shown in figure 5-6.
At the beginning of each LCD frame, the contents of register are copied to the line counter which is
increased by +1 and the line address is generated for transferring the 132-bit RAM data to the display data
latch circuit.
However, the display data of icons is not scrolled because the MPU can not access the line address of
icons.
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e. Segment control circuit
This circuit controls the display data by the Display ON / OFF, reverse display ON / OFF and entire display
ON /OFF instructions without changing the data in the DDRAM.
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
Column address
LCD output
ADC = 0
ADC = 1
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Page 8
00 01 02 03 04 05 06
83 82 81 80 7F 7E 7D
…………..
………….
…………..
7C 7D 7E 7F 80 81 82 83
07 06 05 04 03 02 01 00
Figure 5-6. Display data RAM map
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0
COM0
COM1
COM2
COM3
COM4
COM5
COM6
COM7
COM8
COM9
COM10
COM11
COM12
COM13
COM14
COM15
COM16
COM17
COM18
COM19
COM20
COM21
COM22
COM23
COM24
COM25
COM26
COM27
COM28
COM29
COM30
COM31
COM32
COM33
COM34
COM35
COM36
COM37
COM38
COM39
COM40
COM41
COM42
COM43
COM44
COM45
COM46
COM47
COM48
COM49
COM50
COM51
COM52
COM53
COM54
COM55
COM56
COM57
COM58
COM59
COM60
COM61
COM62
COM63
COMS
START
1
00H
01H
02H
03H
04H
05H
06H
07H
08H
09H
0AH
0BH
0CH
0DH
0EH
0FH
10H
11H
12H
13H
14H
15H
16H
17H
18H
19H
1AH
1BH
1CH
1DH
1EH
1FH
20H
21H
22H
23H
24H
25H
26H
27H
28H
29H
2AH
2BH
2CH
2DH
2EH
2FH
30H
31H
32H
33H
34H
35H
36H
37H
38H
39H
3AH
3BH
3CH
3DH
3EH
3FH
1/33
DUTY
0
Page 3
COM
output
1/49 DUTY
1
SEG131
1
SEG130
0
SEG129
0
Page 2
SEG128
0
SEG127
1
SEG126
0
SEG125
0
Page 1
SEG124
1
SEG6
0
SEG5
0
SEG4
0
Page 0
SEG3
0
SEG2
0
SEG1
0
SEG0
0
DB0
DB1
DB2
DB3
DB4
DB5
DB6
DB7
DB0
DB1
DB2
DB3
DB4
DB5
DB6
DB7
DB0
DB1
DB2
DB3
DB4
DB5
DB6
DB7
DB0
DB1
DB2
DB3
DB4
DB5
DB6
DB7
DB0
DB1
DB2
DB3
DB4
DB5
DB6
DB7
DB0
DB1
DB2
DB3
DB4
DB5
DB6
DB7
DB0
DB1
DB2
DB3
DB4
DB5
DB6
DB7
DB0
DB1
DB2
DB3
DB4
DB5
DB6
DB7
DB0
Line
address
1/65 DUTY
Page address
data
DB3 DB2 DB1 DB0
14
When the initial display line address is 1CH
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5-3. LCD DISPLAY CIRCUITS
a. Oscillator
TL0324S implement complete on-chip oscillator and its frequency is nearly independent of VDD.
This oscillator signal is used in the voltage converter and display timing generation circuit.
The oscillator circuit is enabled when MS=”H” and CLS=”H”.
When the external clock is used, set CLS=”L” and imply clock signal to CL pin.
b. Display timing generator circuit
This circuit generates timing signals to be used for displaying LCD.
The display clock (CL) is generated by oscillation clock and CL generates the clock for the line counter and
the signal for the display data latch.
The line address of DDRAM is generated in synchronization with CL.
The 132-bit display data is latched in the display data latch circuit synchronized with CL.
Reading to the display data liquid crystal driver circuit is completely independent of access to the DDRAM by
the MPU.
The display timing generator circuit generates an LCD AC signal (M) which enables the LCD driver to make a
AC drive waveform, and also generates an internal common timing signal and start signal to the common
driver.
Driving 2-frame AC driver waveform and internal timing signal are shown in figure 5-7.
When TL0324S is used multiple-chip configuration, the slave chip requires the M, CL and DISP signals from
the master.
Table 5-4 shows the M, CL, and DISP status.
Table 5-4. Master and slave timing signal status
Operation mode
Clock
M
CL
FRS,
FR
MS
CLS
Internal
H
H
Output
Output
Output
Output
External
H
L
Output
Input
Output
Output
Internal
L
H
Input
Input
Output
Input
External
L
L
Input
Input
Output
Input
DISP
Master mode
Slave mode
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 …………… 57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
1
2
3
4
CL
FR
V0
V1
V2
V3
V4
VSS
COM0
V0
V1
V2
V3
V4
VSS
COM1
V0
V1
V2
V3
V4
VSS
SEGn
Figure 5-7. 2-frame AC driving waveform (Duty ratio = 1/65)
c. Common output control circuit
This circuit controls the relationship between the number of common output and specified duty ratio.
SHL select instruction specifies the scanning direction of the common output pins.
Table 5-5. The relationship between duty ratio and common output
Common output pins
Duty
SHL
COM
[0:15]
COM
[16:23]
COM
[24:26]
COM
[27:36]
COM
[37:39]
COM
[40:47]
COM
[48:63]
0
COM[0:15]
*NC
COM[16:31]
1
COM[31:16]
*NC
COM[15:0]
1/33
COMS
COMS
0
COM[0:23]
*NC
COM[24:47]
1
COM[47:24]
*NC
COM[23:0]
1/49
COMS
0
COM[0:26]
*NC
COM[27:53]
1
COM[53:27]
*NC
COM[26:0]
1/55
COMS
0
COM[0:63]
1
COM[63:0]
1/65
COMS
*NC : No Connection
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5-4. LCD DRIVER CIRCUIT
This driver circuit is configured by 66-channel common drivers (including 2COMS channels) and
132-channel segment drivers.
This LCD panel driver voltage depends on the combination of display data and FR signal.
VDD
FR
VSS
COM0
COM1
V0
V1
V2
V3
V4
VSS
COM0
COM2
COM3
V0
V1
V2
V3
V4
VSS
COM4
COM1
COM5
COM6
COM7
V0
V1
V2
V3
V4
VSS
COM2
COM8
V0
V1
V2
V3
V4
VSS
COM9
SEG0
COM10
COM11
COM12
V0
V1
V2
V3
V4
VSS
SEG1
COM13
COM14
SEG4
SEG3
SEG2
SEG1
SEG0
COM15
V0
V1
V2
V3
V4
VSS
SEG2
Figure 5-8. Segment and common timing
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5-5. POWER SUPPLY CIRCUITS
The power supply circuits generate the voltage levels necessary to drive liquid crystal driver circuits with low
power consumption and the fewest components.
There are voltage converter circuits, voltage regulator circuits, and voltage follower circuits.
They are valid only in master operation and controlled by power control instruction.
For details, refers to "Instruction description".
Table 5-6 shows the referenced combinations in using power supply circuits.
Table 5-6. Recommended power supply combinations
Mode Settings
VC,VR,VF
Voltage
converter
Voltage
regulator
Voltage
follower
VOUT
V0
V1 to V4
All
Internal power supply
1, 1, 1
ON
ON
ON
Open
Open
Open
Voltage regulator
and voltage follower
0, 1, 1
OFF
ON
ON
External
input
Open
Open
Voltage follower
0 , 0, 1
OFF
OFF
ON
Open
External
input
Open
0, 0, 0
OFF
OFF
OFF
Open
External
input
External
input
All
external power supply
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a. Voltage converter circuits
These circuits boost up the electric potential between VCI and VSS to 2, 3, 4 or 5 times toward positive
side and boosted voltage is outputted from VOUT pin.
[C1 = 1.0 to 4.7µF]
VDD
VDD
VCI
VCI
VDD
VDD
TL0324 S
VCI
VCI
VOUT
VOUT
C4+
C4+
C3+
C3+
C1-
TL0324 S
C1
C1+
C1VOUT = 3 x VCI
C1
C1+
VOUT = 2 x VCI
C2+
C2+
C1
C2-
VCI
C2-
VCI
VSS
VSS
C1
GND
C1
VSS
GND
GND
Figure 5-9. Two times boosting circuit
VSS
GND
Figure 5-10. Three times boosting circuit
VDD
VDD
VCI
VCI
VDD
VDD
VCI
VCI
VOUT
VOUT
C4+
C4+
C3+
C3+
VOUT = 5 x VCI
C1
TL0324 S
C1
VOUT = 4 x VCI
C1-
TL0324 S
C1
C1C1
C1+
C1+
C2+
C2+
C1
C1
C1
C2-
C2-
VCI
VCI
VSS
VSS
C1
C1
VSS
VSS
GND
GND
GND
Figure 5-11. Four times boosting circuit
GND
Figure 5-12. Five times boosting circuit
*. The VCI voltage range must be set so that the VOUT voltage does not exceed the absolute maximum
rated value.
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b. Voltage regulator circuits
The function of the internal voltage regulator circuits is to determine liquid crystal operating voltage, V0, by
the adjusting resistors, Ra and Rb, within the range of |V0| < | VOUT |.
Because VOUT is the operating voltage of operational-amplifier circuits as shown in figure 5-13, it is
necessary to be applied internally or externally.
For the equation 1, we determine V0 by Ra, Rb and VEV. Ra and Rb are connected internally or externally
by INTRS pin.
The voltage of electronic volume, VEV, is determined by equation 2, where the reference voltage
parameter α is the value selected by instruction, "Set reference voltage register", within the range 0 to 63.
Refer to table 5-8.
VREF voltage at Ta =25°C is show in table 5-7.
Rb
V0 = ( 1 +
VEV = ( 1 -
Ra
) x VEV
( 63-α )
[V] ------ (Equation 1)
) x VREF [V] ------ (Equation 2)
162
Table 5-7. VREF voltage at Ta =25°C
REF
H
L
Temp. coefficient
VREF[V]
-0.05% / °C
External input
2.1
VEXT
Table 5-8. Electronic contrast control register (Reference Voltage Parameter: α, 64step)
Reference Voltage
SV5
SV4
SV3
SV2
SV1
SV0
V0
Parameter ( α)
Minimum
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
:
:
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
1
0
0
0
0
0
32 (default)
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
1
1
1
1
1
0
62
:
:
1
1
1
1
1
1
63
Maximum
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:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
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VOUT
+
V0
-
VEV
Rb
VR
Ra
VSS
GND
Figure 5-13. Internal voltage regulator circuit
b-1. In case of using internal resistors, Ra and Rb (INTRS = "H")
When INTRS pin is “H”, resistor Ra is connected internally between VR pin and VSS, and Rb is connected
between V0 and VR.
We determine V0 by two instructions, " Select Regulator resistor" and "Set reference voltage".
Table 5-9. Internal Rb / Ra ratio depending on 3-bit Data (R2, R1, R0)
3-bit data settings (R2 R1 R0: gain)
1+(Rb/Ra)
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100
101
110
111
3.0
3.5
4.0
4.5
5.0
5.5
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The following figure shows V0 voltage measured by adjusting internal regulator resistor ratio (Rb / Ra) and
6-bit electronic volume registers for each temperature coefficient at Ta = 25 °C.
16
14
gain 111
gain 110
12
gain 101
gain 100
10
gain 011
gain 010
V0[V] 8
gain 001
gain 000
6
4
2
0
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
Electronic volume level
Figure 5-14. Electronic volume level
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b-2. In case of using external resistors, Ra and Rb. (INTRS = "L")
When INTRS pin is “L”, it is necessary to connect external regulator resistor Ra between VR and VSS, and
Rb between V0 and VR.
Example: For the following requirements
1. LCD driver voltage, V0 = 10V
2. 6-bit reference voltage register = ( 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0 : α = 32)
3. Maximum current flowing Ra, Rb = 1[µA]
From equation 1
Rb
10 = ( 1 +
Ra
) x VEV [V] ------
(Equation 3)
From equation 2
VEV = ( 1 -
(63-32)
162
) x 2.1 ≅ 1.698 [V] ------ (Equation 4)
From equation 3
10
( Ra + Rb )
= 1[µA]
------ (Equation 5)
From equation 3, 4 and 5
Ra = 1.69[MΩ]
Rb = 8.31[MΩ]
The following table shows the range of V0 depending on the above requirements.
Table 5-10. V0 depending on electronic volume level
Electric Volume Level
V0
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7.57
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c. Voltage follower circuits
VLCD voltage (V0) is resistively divided into four voltage levels (V1, V2, V3 and V4) and those output
impedance are converted by the voltage follower for increasing drive capability.
The following table shows the relationship between V1 to V4 level and each duty ratio.
Table 5-11. The relationship between V1 to V4 level and duty ratio
Duty Ratio
DSEL1
DSEL0
1/33
L
L
1/49
1/55
1/65
L
H
H
LCD Bias
V1
V2
V3
V4
1/5
(4/5) x V0
(3/5) x V0
(2/5) x V0
(1/5) x V0
1/6
(5/6) x V0
(4/6) x V0
(2/6) x V0
(1/6) x V0
1/6
(5/6) x V0
(4/6) x V0
(2/6) x V0
(1/6) x V0
1/8
(7/8) x V0
(6/8) x V0
(2/8) x V0
(1/8) x V0
1/6
(5/6) x V0
(4/6) x V0
(2/6) x V0
(1/6) x V0
1/8
(7/8) x V0
(6/8) x V0
(2/8) x V0
(1/8) x V0
1/7
(6/7) x V0
(5/7) x V0
(2/7) x V0
(1/7) x V0
1/9
(8/9) x V0
(7/9) x V0
(2/9) x V0
(1/9) x V0
H
L
H
d. High power mode
The power supply circuit equipped in the TL0324S for LCD drive has very low power consumption
(in normal mode : /HPM = “H”).
If use for LCD panels with large loads, this low-power supply may cause display quality to degrade.
When this occurs, setting the /HPM pin to “L”(high power mode) can improve the quality of the display.
Moreover, if the quality of display is inadequate even after High Power mode has been set, then it is
necessary to add a liquid crystal drive power supply externally (VOUT or V0 or V1 V2 V3 V4).
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5-6. REFERECE CIRCUIT EXAMPLS
When using internal regulator resistors.
When not using internal regulator resistors.
VDD
VDD
INTRS
VDD
VCI
VOUT
C4+
C3+
C1C1+
C2+
C2-
TL0324S
INTRS
MS
VSS
VCI
•
C1
C1
C1
C1
TL0324S
•
C1
•
C1
C1
C1
Ra
VR
Rb
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
V0
V1
V2
V3
V4
VSS
GND
GND
GND
MS
VOUT
C4+
C3+
C1C1+
C2+
C2-
•
VR
V0
V1
V2
V3
V4
VDD
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
GND
GND
Figure 5-15. When using all LCD power circuits (VCI = VDD, 4-time, V/C: ON, V/R: ON, V/F: ON)
When using internal regulator resistors.
When not using internal regulator resistors.
VDD
VDD
INTRS
VDD
VCI
VOUT
C4+
C3+
C1C1+
C2+
C2-
TL0324S
VSS
GND
INTRS
MS
VCI
MS
External
power
supply
VOUT
C4+
C3+
C1C1+
C2+
C2-
TL0324S
VR
V0
V1
V2
V3
V4
VDD
External
power
supply
Ra
VR
Rb
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
VSS
GND
GND
GND
V0
V1
V2
V3
V4
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
GND
Figure 5-16. When using some LCD power circuits (VCI = VDD, V/C: OFF, V/R: ON, V/F: ON)
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VDD
INTRS
VDD
VCI
MS
VOUT
C4+
C3+
C1C1+
C2+
C2-
TL0324 S
External
power
supply
VR
V0
V1
V2
V3
V4
VSS
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
GND
GND
Figure 5-17. When using some LCD power circuits (VCI = VDD, V/C: OFF, V/R: OFF, V/F: ON)
VDD
INTRS
VDD
Value of external capacitance
VCI
Item
C1
C2
MS
VOUT
C4+
C3+
C1C1+
C2+
C2-
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VSS
Value
1.0 ~ 4.7
0.47 ~ 1.0
Unit
µF
VR
V0
V1
V2
V3
V4
External
power
supply
GND
GND
Figure 5-18. When not using any LCD power supply circuits(VCI = VDD, V/C: OFF, V/R: OFF, V/F: OFF)
*. C1 and C2 are determined by the size of the LCD being driven.
Select a value that will stabilize the liquid crystal drive voltage.
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5-7. RESET CIRCUIT
Setting /RESET to “L” or reset instruction can initialize internal function.
When /RESET becomes “L”, following procedure is occurred.
Display ON / OFF: OFF (DON = 0).
Entire display ON / OFF: OFF (normal = 0).
ADC select: OFF (normal = 0)
Reverse display ON / OFF: OFF (normal = 0).
Power control register (VC, VR, VF) = (0, 0, 0)
Serial interface internal register data clear
LCD power supply bias ratio: bias bit 0
(Refer to LCD bias select of instruction table and duty ratio by DSEL1, DSEL0 pin setting)
Duty ratio
DSEL1
DSEL0
1/33
1/49
1/55
1/65
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
Liquid crystal bias
Bias = 0
1/6
1/8
1/8
1/9
Bias = 1
1/5
1/6
1/6
1/7
On-chip oscillator OFF (while /RESET is “L”)
Power save release
Set modify-read: OFF
SHL select: OFF (normal = 0).
Static indicator mode: OFF.
Static indicator register: (S1, S0) = (0, 0)
Display start line: 0 (first)
Column address: 0.
Page address: 0
Select Regulator Resistor register: (R2, R1, R0) = (1, 0, 0)
Reference voltage set: OFF
Reference voltage control register: (SV5, SV4, SV3, SV2, SV1, SV0) = (1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0)
Test mode release
When RESET instruction is issued, following procedure is occurred.
Set modify-read: OFF
Static indicator mode: OFF
Static indicator register: (S1, S0) = (0, 0)
SHL select: OFF (normal = 0)
Display start line: 0 (first)
Column address: 0
Page address: 0
Select Regulator Resistor register: (R2, R1, R0) = (1, 0, 0)
Reference voltage set: OFF
Reference voltage control register: (SV5, SV4, SV3, SV2, SV1, SV0) = (1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0)
Test mode release
While /RESET is “L”, or Reset instruction is executed, no instruction except read status can be accepted.
Reset status appears at DB4.
After DB4 becomes “L”, any instruction can be accepted.
/RESET must be connected to the reset pin of the MPU, and initialize the MPU and this LSI at the same time.
The initialization by /RESET is essential before used.
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6. PROGRAM INSTRUCTION DESCRIPTION
Table 6-1. Instruction table
X: Don’t’ care
Instruction
RS
RW
DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0
Description
Read display
data
1
1
Read data
Read data from DDRAM
Write display
data
1
0
Write data
Write data into DDRAM
Read status
0
1
BUSY
ADC
ON /
OFF
/RESET
0
0
0
0
Display
ON / OFF
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
1
DON
Turn ON / OFF LCD panel
When DON = 0: display OFF
When DON=1 : display ON
Initial display line
0
0
0
1
ST5
ST4
ST3
ST2
ST1
ST0
Specify DDRAM line for COM0
Set reference voltage
mode
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
Set reference voltage
register
0
0
X
X
SV5
SV4
SV3
SV2
SV1
SV0
Set page address
0
0
1
0
1
1
P3
P2
P1
P0
Set page address
Set column address
MSB
0
0
0
0
0
1
Y7
Y6
Y5
Y4
Set column address MSB
Set column address
LSB
0
0
0
0
0
0
Y3
Y2
Y1
Y0
Set column address LSB
Read the internal status
Set reference voltage mode
Set reference voltage register
Select SEG output direction.
When ADC = 0 : normal direction
ADC select
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
ADC
(SEG0 ⇒ SEG131)
When ADC = 1 ; reverse direction
(SEG131⇒ SEG 0)
Select normal / reverse display
When REV = 0 : normal display
When REV = 1 : reverse display
Reverse display ON /
OFF
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
REV
Entire display
ON / OFF
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
0
EON
Select normal / entire display ON
When EON = 0 : normal display
When EON = 1 : entire display ON
LCD bias select
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
BIAS
Select LCD bias
Set modify-read
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
Set modify-read mode
Reset
modify-read
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
0
Release modify-read mode
Reset
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
Initialize the internal function
Select COM output direction
When SHL = 0 : normal direction
SHL select
0
0
1
1
0
0
SHL
X
X
X
(COM0⇒ COM63)
When SHL = 1 : reverse direction
(COM63 ⇒ COM0)
Power control
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
VC
VR
VF
Control power circuit operation
Select Regulator
Resistor
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
R2
R1
R0
Select internal resistance ratio of
the regulator resistor
Set static indicator
mode
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
0
SM
Set static indicator mode
Set static indicator
register
0
0
X
X
X
X
X
X
S1
S0
Set static indicator register
Power save
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
NOP
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
Non-Operation command
Test Instruction_1
0
0
1
1
1
1
X
X
X
X
Don’t use this instruction
Test Instruction_2
0
0
1
0
0
1
X
X
X
X
Don’t use this instruction
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6-1. Read display data
The 8-bit data from DDRAM specified by the column address and the page address can be read by this
instruction.
As the column address is increased by 1 automatically after each this instruction, the MPU can continuously
read the data from the addressed page.
A dummy read is required after loading an address into the column address register.
Display data cannot be read through the serial interface.
RS
RW
1
1
DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0
Read data
6-2. Write display data
8-bit data of display data from the MPU can be written to the RAM location specified by the column address
and page address.
The column address is increased by 1 automatically so that the MPU can continuously write data to the
addressed page.
RS
RW
1
0
DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0
Write data
S et pa ge addre ss
S e t p a g e a d d re s s
S e t colum n ad d re ss
S e t c o lu m n a d d re s s
D u m my da ta re ad
D a ta w rite
C o lu mn = C olum n + 1
D a ta rea d
C o lu m n = C o lu m n + 1
C o lu mn = C olum n + 1
YES
D a ta w rite c o n tin u e ?
D ata re ad con tinu e?
NO
NO
O p tio n a l s ta tu s
Figure 6-1. Sequence for writing display data
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6-3. Read status
Indicates the internal status of the TL0324S.
RS
RW
DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0
0
1
BUSY
ADC
ON/OFF
/RESET
0
0
0
0
Flag
Description
BUSY
The device is busy when internal operation or reset. Any instruction is rejected until
BUSY goes Low.
0: chip is active, 1: chip is being busy.
ADC
Indicates the relationship between RAM column address and segment driver.
0: reverse direction (SEG131 −>SEG0), 1: normal direction (SEG0 −>SEG131)
ON / OFF
Indicates display ON / OFF status
0: display ON, 1: display OFF
/RESET
Indicate the /RESET.
0: chip is active, 1: chip is being reset
6-4. Display ON / OFF
Turns the display ON or OFF
RS
RW
DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
1
DON
DON = 1: display ON
DON = 0: display OFF
6-5. Initial Display Line
Sets the line address of DDRAM to determine the initial display line.
The RAM display data is displayed at the top row (COM0 when SHL = L, COM63 when SHL = H) of LCD
panel.
RS
RW
DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0
0
0
0
1
ST5
ST4
ST3
ST2
ST1
ST0
ST5
ST4
ST3
ST2
ST1
ST0
Line address
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
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6-6. Reference voltage select
Consists of 2-byte instruction the first instruction sets reference voltage mode, the second one updates the
contents of reference voltage register.
After second instruction, reference voltage mode is released.
The first instruction: Set reference voltage select mode
RS
RW
DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
The second instruction: Set reference voltages select mode
RS
RW
DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0
0
0
X
X
SV5
SV4
SV3
SV2
SV1
SV0
SV5
SV4
SV3
SV2
SV1
SV0
Reference voltage
parameter (α)
V0
Contrast
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
1
0
0
0
0
0
32 (default)
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
1
1
1
1
1
0
62
1
1
1
1
1
1
63
Min
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Max
Low
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
High
Setting reference voltage start
First instruction for mode setting
Second instruction for register setting
Setting reference voltage end
Figure 6-3. Sequence for setting the reference voltage
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6-7. Set page address
Sets the page address of DDRAM from the MPU into the page address register.
Any RAM data bit can be accessed when its page address and column address are specified.
Along with the column address, the page address defines the address of the DDRAM to write or read display
data.
Changing the page address doesn't effect to the display status.
RS
RW
DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0
0
0
1
0
1
1
P3
P2
P1
P0
P3
P2
P1
P0
Page
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
:
:
:
:
:
0
1
1
1
7
1
0
0
0
8
6-8. Set column address
Sets the column address of DDRAM from the MPU into the column address register.
Along with the column address, the column address defines the address of the DDRAM to write or read
display data.
When the MPU reads or writes display data to or from DDRAM, column addresses are automatically
increased.
Set column address MSB
RS
RW
DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0
0
0
0
0
0
1
Y7
Y6
Y5
Y4
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Set column address LSB
RS
RW
DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Y3
Y2
Y1
Y0
Y7
Y6
Y5
Y4
Y3
Y2
Y1
Y0
Column address
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
:
:
:
:
:
:
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
130
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
131
:
6-9. ADC select
Changes the relationship between DDRAM column address and segment driver.
The direction of segment driver output pin can be reversed by software.
This makes IC layout flexible in LCD module assembly.
RS
RW
DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
ADC
ADC = 0: normal direction (SEG0 ⇒ SEG131)
ADC = 1: reverse direction (SEG131 ⇒ SEG0)
6-10. Reverse display ON / OFF
Reverses the display status on LCD panel without rewriting the contents of the DDRAM.
RS
RW
DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
REV
REV
RAM bit data = “1”
RAM bit data = “0”
0(Normal)
Liquid crystal pixel is illuminated
Liquid crystal pixel is not illuminated
1(Reversed)
Liquid crystal pixel is not illuminated
Liquid crystal pixel is illuminated
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6-11. Entire display ON / OFF
Forces the whole LCD points to be turned on regardless of the contents of the DDRAM.
At this time, the contents of the DDRAM are held.
This instruction has priority over the reverse display ON / OFF instruction.
RS
RW
DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
0
EON
EON = 0: normal display
EON = 1: entire display ON
6-12. Select LCD bias
Selects LCD bias ratio of the voltage required for driving the LCD.
RS
RW
DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
Bias
DSEL1
DSEL0
Liquid crystal bias
Duty ratio
Bias = 0
Bias = 1
1/33
0
0
1/6
1/5
1/49
0
1
1/8
1/6
1/55
1
0
1/8
1/6
1/65
1
1
1/9
1/7
6-13. Set modify-read
This instruction stops the automatic increment of the column address by the read display data instruction,
but the column address is still increased by the write display data instruction.
And it reduces the load of the MPU when the data of a specific area is repeatedly changed during cursor
blinking or others.
This mode is canceled by the reset modify-read instruction.
RS
RW
DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
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6-14. Reset modify-read
This instruction cancels the modify-read mode, and makes the column address return to its initial value just
before the set modify-read instruction is started.
RS
RW
DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
0
S e t p a g e a d d re s s
S e t c o lu m n a d d r e s s ( N )
S e t m o d ify - r e a d
D u m m y re a d
D a ta re a d
D a ta
p ro c e s s
D a ta w r ite
NO
C h a n g e c o m p le t e ?
YES
R e s e t m o d ify - r e a d
R e tu r n c o lu m n a d d r e s s ( N )
Figure 6-4. Sequence for cursor display
6-15. Reset
This instruction resets initial display line, column address, page address, and common output status select to
their initial status, but dose not affects the contents of DDRAM.
This instruction can not initialize the LCD power supply which is initialized by the /RESET pin.
RS
RW
DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
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6-16. SHL select
COM output scanning direction is selected by this instruction which determines the LCD driver output status.
RS
RW
DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0
0
0
1
1
0
0
SHL
X
X
X
SHL = 0: normal direction (COM0 ⇒ COM63)
SHL = 1: reverse direction (COM63 ⇒ COM0)
X : Don’t care
6-17. Power control
Selects one of eight power circuit functions by using 3-bit register.
An external power supply and part of internal power supply functions can be used simultaneously.
RS
RW
DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
VC
VR
VF
VC
VR
VF
Internal power supply circuits status
Voltage converter circuit is OFF
Voltage converter circuit is ON
0
1
Voltage regulator circuit is OFF
Voltage regulator circuit is ON
0
1
Voltage follower circuit is OFF
Voltage Follower circuit is ON
0
1
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6-18. Select Regulator Resistor
Selects resistance ratio of the internal resistor used in the internal voltage regulator. See voltage regulator
section in power supply circuit. Refer to the table 5-9.
RS
RW
DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
R2
R1
R0
R2
R1
R0
(1 + Rb / Ra ) ratio
0
0
0
3.0
0
0
1
3.5
0
1
0
4.0
0
1
1
4.5
1
0
0
5.0 (default)
1
0
1
5.5
1
1
0
6.0
1
1
1
6.4
6-19. Set static indicator state
Consists of two bytes instruction.
The first byte instruction (set static indicator mode) enables the second byte instruction (set static indicator
register) to be valid.
The first byte sets the static indicator ON / OFF. When it is ON, the second byte updates the contents of
static indicator register without issuing any other instruction and this static indicator state is released after
setting the data of indicator register.
The first instruction: Set static indicator mode (ON / OFF)
RS
RW
DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
0
SM
SM = 0: static indicator OFF
SM = 1: static indicator ON
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The second instruction: Set static indicator register
RS
RW
DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0
0
0
X
X
X
X
X
X
S1
S0
S1
S0
Static indicator output status
0
0
OFF
0
1
ON (about 1 second blinking)
1
0
ON (about 0.5 second blinking)
1
1
ON (always ON)
6-20. NOP
Non Operation Instruction
RS
RW
DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
6-21. Test Instruction (Test Instruction_1 & Test Instruction_2)
These are the instruction for IC chip testing.
Please do not use it.
If the Test Instruction is used by accident, it can be cleared by applying “0” signal to the /RESET input pin
or the reset instruction.
RS
RW
DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0
0
0
1
1
1
1
X
X
X
X
0
0
1
0
0
1
X
X
X
X
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6-22. Power save (Compound instruction).
If the entire display ON / OFF instruction is issued during the display OFF state, TL0324S enters the power
save status to reduce the power consumption to the static power consumption value.
According to the status of static indicator mode, power save is entered to one of two modes (sleep and
standby mode).
When static indicator mode is ON, standby mode is issued, when OFF, sleep mode is issued.
Power save mode is released by the display OFF instruction.
S ta t ic in d ic a t o r O F F
S ta t ic in d ic a t o r O N
P o w e r s a v e ( C o m p o u n d in s tr u c tio n )
[D is p la y O F F ]
[E n t ir e d is p la y O N ]
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P o w e r s a v e O F F ( C o m p o u n d in s tr u c tio n )
[E n t ir e d is p la y O F F ]
[S ta t ic in d ic a to r O N ]
2 B y te s C o m m a n d
RReele
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Figure 6-5. Power save routine
-Sleep Mode
This stops all operations in the LCD display system, and as long as there are no access from the MPU, the
consumption current is reduced to a value near the static current.
The internal modes during sleep mode are as follows:
a. The oscillator circuit and the LCD power supply circuit are halted.
b. All liquid crystal drive circuits are halted, and the segment in common drive outputs output a VSS level.
-Standby Mode
The duty LCD display system operations are halted and only the static drive system for the indicator
continues to operate, providing the minimum required consumption current for the static drive.
The internal modes are in the following states during standby mode.
a. The LCD power supply circuits are halted. The oscillator circuit continues to operate.
b. The duty drive system liquid crystal drive circuits are halted and the segment and common drive
outputs a VSS level.
When a reset command is performed while in standby mode, the system enters sleep mode.
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6-23. Referential instruction setup flow (1)
U s e r s y s te m s e tu p b y e x te rn a l p in s
SSta
t arrtt ooff in
initia
itializ
lizaatio
tionn
P o w e r O N ( V D D -V S S ) k e e p in g th e /R E S E T P in = “L ”
W a itin g fo r s ta b iliz in g th e p o w e r
/R E S E T P in = “H ”
U s e r a p p lic a tio n s e tu p b y in te rn a l in s tr u c tio n s
[A D C s e le c t]
[S H L s e le c t]
[L C D b ia s s e le c t]
U s e r L C D p o w e r s e tu p b y in te rn a l in s tr u c tio n s
[V o lta g e c o n v e rte r O N ]
W a itin g fo r > 1 m s
U s e r L C D p o w e r s e tu p b y in te rn a l in s tr u c tio n s
[V o lta g e r e g u la to r O N ]
W a itin g fo r > 1 m s
U s e r L C D p o w e r s e tu p b y in te rn a l in s tr u c tio n s
[V o lta g e fo llo w e r O N ]
U s e r L C D p o w e r s e tu p b y in te rn a l in s tr u c tio n s
[R e g u la to r r e s is to r s e le c t]
[R e fe r e n c e v o lta g e r e g is te r s e t]
W a itin g fo r s ta b iliz in g th e L C D p o w e r le v e ls
EEnndd ooff in
ia liz
inititia
lizaatio
t ionn
Figure 6-6. Initializing with the built-in power supply circuits
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Referential instruction setup flow (2)
U se r system setu p by externa l pins
SSta
lizatio
tart
rt ooff in
initia
itializa
tionn
P ow er O n(V D D -V S S ) ke epin g the /R E S E T P in = “L ”
W aitin g for stabilizin g th e po w er
/R E S E T P in = “H ”
S et pow e r sa ve
U ser a pplication setu p by in ternal in structions
[A D C select]
[S H L select]
[L C D bias sele ct]
U ser L C D pow er se tup b y intern al instruction s
[R eg ulato r re sistor select]
[R e ference voltag e reg ister set]
R elease pow er sa ve
W aiting for stab ilizing the LC D po w e r le vels
EEnndd ooff in
initia
itializatio
lizationn
Figure 6-7. Initializing without the built -in power supply circuits
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Referential Instruction Setup Flow (3)
End
End of
of initialization
initialization
DDRAM address by instruction
[initial display line]
[Set page address]
[Set column address]
Write display ON/OFF by instruction
[Display ON/OFF]
Turn display ON/OFF by instruction
[Display ON/OFF]
End
End of
of data
datadisplay
display
Figure 6-8. Data display
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Referential instruction setup flow (4)
Optional
Optional status
status
Turn display ON/OFF by instruction
[Display OFF]
User LCD power setup by internal instructions
[Voltage regulator OFF]
W aiting for > 50ms
User LCD power setup by internal instructions
[Voltage follower OFF]
W aiting for > 1ms
User LCD power setup by internal instructions
[Voltage converter OFF]
W aiting for > 1ms
Power
Power OFF(VDD
OFF(VDD -- VSS)
VSS)
Figure 6-9. Power off.
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7. SPECIFICATIONS
7-1. Absolute maximum ratings
Table 7-1. Absolute maximum ratings
Parameter
Symbol
Rating
VDD
-0.3 to +7.0
VLCD
-0.3 to +17.0
Input voltage range
VIN
-0.3 to VDD +0.3
Operating temperature range
TOPR
-40 to +85
Unit
Supply voltage range
V
o
Storage temperature range
TSTR
-55 to +125
Notes:
1. VDD and VLCD are based on VSS = 0V.
2. Voltages V0 >V1>V2>V3>V4>VSS(GND) must always be satisfied.(VLCD = V0 - VSS)
3. If supply voltage exceeds its absolute maximum range, this LSI may be damaged permanently.
It is desirable to use this LSI under electrical characteristic conditions during general operation.
Otherwise, this LSI may malfunction or reduced LSI reliability may result.
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7-2. DC Characteristics
Table 7-2. DC characteristics ( VSS = 0V, VDD = 2.4V to 3.6V, Ta = -40 to +85oC)
Item
Symbol
Operating voltage(1)
Condition
Typ
Max
VDD
2.4
-
3.6
VDD *1
Operating voltage(2)
V0
4.5
-
15.0
V0 *2
High
VIH
0.8VDD
-
VDD
Low
VIL
VSS
-
0.2VDD
High
VOH
IOH=-0.5mA
0.8VDD
-
VDD
Low
VOL
IOL=0.5mA
VSS
-
0.2VDD
Input leakage current
IIL
VIN=VDD or VSS
-1.0
-
+1.0
Output leakage current
IOZ
VIN=VDD or VSS
-3.0
-
+3.0
LCD driver
ON resistance
RON
o
Ta = 25 C
V0 = 8V
-
2.0
3.0
o
Ta = 25 C
Duty ratio =
1/65
32.7
43.6
54.5
4.09
5.45
6.81
x2
2.4
-
3.6
x3
2.4
3.6
x4
2.4
3.6
x5
2.4
3.2
95
99
-
V
Input voltage
Output
voltage
Oscillator
frequency
*3
*4
Internal
fOSC
External
fCL
Voltage converter input
voltage
VCI
Voltage converter output
voltage
VOUT
x2/x3/x4/x5
voltage
conversion
(no-load)
Voltage regulator
operating voltage
VOUT
-
6.0
-
16.0
Voltage follower
operating voltage
V0
-
4.5
-
15.0
Reference voltage
VREF
o
Ta = 25 C
-0.05%/ oC
2.04
2.1
2.16
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Pin
Used
Min
45
µA
*5
*6
KΩ
SEGn
COMn
*7
KHz
CL*8
V
VCI
%
VOUT
VOUT
V
V0*9
*10
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Table 7-2. DC Characteristics (Continued) ( VSS = 0V, VDD = 2.4V to 3.6V, Ta = -40 to +85 C)
Dynamic current consumption (1): Built-in circuit OFF (At operating mode)
Item
Dynamic current
consumption (1)
Symbol
Condition
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
Pin
Used
IDD1
VDD = 3.0V,
V0 – VSS= 11.0V,
1/65 duty ratio,
display OFF
-
15
23
µA
*11
Dynamic Current Consumption (2): Built-in circuit ON (At operating mode)
Dynamic current
consumption (2)
VDD = 3.0V,
(VCI=VDD,4times
boosting)
V0 – VSS= 11.0V,
1/65 duty ratio,
display OFF,
normal power mode
-
100
150
µA
*12
VDD = 3.0V,
(VCI=VDD, 4 times
boosting)
V0 – VSS= 11.0V,
1/65 duty ratio,
display (check pattern)
normal power mode
-
150
200
µA
*12
-
-
2.0
µA
10.0
-
µA
IDD2
Current consumption during power save mode
Sleep mode current
IDDS1
During sleep
Standby mode current
IDDS2
During standby
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Table 7-3. The relationship between oscillation frequency and frame frequency
Duty ratio
Item
fCL
fFR
On-chip oscillator circuit is used
fOSC / 8
fOSC / ( 2 x 8 x 65)
External clock is used
External Input(fCL)
fCL / ( 2 x 65)
On-chip oscillator circuit is used
Fosc / 9
Fosc / (2 x 9 x 55)
External clock is used
External input (fCL)
fCL / (2 x 55)
On-chip oscillator circuit is used
fOSC / 10
fOSC / ( 2 x 10 x 49)
External clock is used
External Input (fCL)
fCL / ( 2 x 49)
On-chip oscillator circuit is used
fOSC / 15
fOSC / (2 x 15 x 33)
External clock is used
External Input (fCL)
fCL / ( 2 x 33)
1/65
1/55
1/49
1/33
*(fOSC: oscillation frequency,
fCL: display clock frequency, fFR: LCD AC signal frequency)
<* Remark solves>
*1. Though the wide range of operating voltages is guaranteed, a spike voltage change may affect the voltage
assurance during access from the MPU
*2. In case of external power supply is applied.
*3. /CS1, CS2, RS, DB7 to DB0, E_/RD, RW_/RW, /RESET, MS, C68, PS, INTRS, /HPM, CLS, CL, M, DISP pins.
*4. DB0 to DB7, M, FR, FRS, DISP, CL pin.
*5. /CS1, CS2, RS, DB7 to DB0, E_/RD, RW_/WR, /RESET, MS, C68, PS, INTRS, /HPM, CLS, CL, M, DISP pins.
*6. Applies when then DB7 to DB0, M, FR, FRS, DISP, and CL, pins are in high impedance.
*7. Resistance value when ±0.1[mA] is applied during the ON status of the output pin SEGn or COMn.
RON = ∆V / 0.1[kΩ] (∆V :Voltage change when ±0.1[mA]is applied in the on status)
*8. See table 7-3 for the relationship between oscillation frequency and frame frequency.
*9. The Voltage regulator circuit adjusts V0 within the voltage follower operating voltage range.
*10. On-chip reference voltage source of the voltage regulator circuit to adjust V0.
*11, 12. Applies to the case where the on-chip oscillation circuit is used and no access is made from the MPU.
The current consumption, when the built -in power supply circuit is ON or OFF.
The current flowing through voltage regulation resistors (Ra and Rb) is not included.
It does not include the current of the LCD penal capacity, wiring capacity, etc.
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7-3. AC CHARACTERISTICS
a. Read / write characteristics (8080-series MPU)
RS
tAS80
tAH80
/CS1
(CS2=1)
tCY80
tPW80(R), tPW80(W)
/RD, /WR
0.9VDD
0.1VDD
tDS80
tDH80
DB7 ~ DB0
(Write)
tACC80
tOD80
DB7 ~ DB0
(Read)
Figure 7-4. Read / write timing chart (8080-series MPU)
(VDD = 2.4 to 3.6V, Ta = -40 to +85oC)
Item
Signal
Symbol
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Unit
Address setup time
Address hold time
RS
tAS80
tAH80
0
0
-
-
ns
System cycle time
RS
tCY80
300
-
-
ns
Pulse width(/WR)
RW-/WR
tPW80 ( W )
60
-
-
ns
Pulse width(/RD)
E-/RD
tPW80 ( R )
60
-
-
ns
DB7
to
DB0
tDS80
tDH80
tACC80
tOD80
40
15
-
-
ns
10
-
140
100
ns
Data setup time
Data hold time
Read access time
Output disable time
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b. Read / write characteristics (6800-series MPU)
RS
tAS68
tAH68
/CS1
(CS2=1)
tCY68
tPW68(R), tPW680(W)
E
0.9VDD
0.1VDD
tDS68
tDH68
DB7 ~ DB0
(Write)
tACC68
tOD68
DB7 ~ DB0
(Read)
Figure 7-5. Read / write timing chart (6800-series MPU)
(VDD = 2.4 to 3.6V, Ta = -40 to +85oC)
Item
Signal
Symbol
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Unit
Address setup time
Address hold time
RS
tAS68
tAH68
0
0
-
-
ns
System cycle time
RS
tCY68
300
-
-
ns
tPW68 ( R )
tPW68 ( W )
tDS68
tDH68
tACC68
tOD68
120
60
-
-
ns
40
15
-
-
ns
10
-
140
100
ns
Enable pulse
width
Read
Write
Data setup time
Data hold time
Access time
Output disable time
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DB7
to
DB0
49
Remark
CL =
100pF
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c. Serial interface characteristics
tCSS
tCHS
/CS1
(CS2=1)
tASS
tAHS
RS
tCYS
DB6
(SCLK)
0.9VDD
0.1VDD
tWLS
tWHS
tDSS
tDHS
DB7
(SID)
Figure 7-6. Serial interface characteristics
(VDD = 2.4 to 3.6V, Ta = -40 to +85oC)
Item
Signal
Serial clock cycle
SCLK high pulse width
SCLK low pulse width
DB6
(SCLK)
Address setup time
Address hold time
RS
Data setup time
Data hold time
DB7
(SID)
/CS1 set up time
/CS1 hold time
/CS1
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Min.
Typ.
Max.
Unit
tCYC
tWHS
tWLS
tASS
tAHS
tDSS
tDHS
tCSS
tCHS
250
100
100
-
-
ns
150
150
-
-
ns
100
100
-
-
ns
150
150
-
-
ns
50
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d. Reset input timing
tRW
/RESET
tR
Internal
status
During reset
Reset complete
Figure 7-7. Reset input timing
(VDD = 2.4 to 3.6V, Ta = -40 to +85oC)
Item
Signal
Symbol
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Unit
Reset low pulse width
/RESET
tRW
1.0
-
-
µs
Reset time
-
tR
-
-
1.0
µs
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e. Display control output timing
tDFR
CL
(OUT)
FR
Figure 7-8. Display control output timing
(VDD = 2.4 to 3.6V, Ta = -40 to +85oC)
Item
Signal
Symbol
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Unit
Remark
FR delay time
FR
tDFR
-
20
80
ns
CL = 50 pF
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8. REFERENCE APPLICATION
8-1. Microprocessor interface
TL0324S
Microprocessor
/CS1
CS2
RS
SID
SCLK
/RESET
Open
VDD or VSS
VSS
/CS1
CS2
RS
DB7(SID)
DB6(SCLK)
/RESET
DB5 to DB0
C68
PS
Figure 8-1. Serial Interface (PS = “L”, C68 = “ H or L”, E_/RD = “H or L”, RW_/WR = “H or L”)
TL0324S
6800-series
Microprocessor
/CS1
CS2
RS
E
RW
DB7 to DB0
/RESET
VDD
VDD
/CS1
CS2
RS
E_/RD
RW_/WR
DB7 to DB0
/RESET
C68
PS
Figure 8-2. 6800-series MPU Interface (PS = “H”, C68 = “ H”)
TL0324S
8080-series
Microprocessor
/CS1
CS2
RS
/RD
/WR
DB7 to DB0
/RESET
VSS
VDD
/CS1
CS2
RS
E_/RD
RW_/WR
DB7 to DB0
/RESET
C68
PS
Figure 8-3. 8080-series MPU Interface (PS = “H”, C68 = “ L”)
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8-2. CONNECTIONS BETWEEN TL0324S AND LCD PANEL
a. Single chip configuration (1/65 duty configurations)
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SEG0 …………..……SEG131
COMS
COM0
SEG131 …………………SEG0
COM32
COM32
TL0324S
(Bottom View)
COM31
TL0324S
COM63
COMS
COM63
COMS
Figure 8-4. SHL = 1, ADC = 0
COM31
TL0324S
COMS
COM63
COMS
COM63
(Top View)
COM31
COM31
TL0324S
(Bottom View)
COM0
COM32
COMS
SEG131 ………………….SEG0
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Figure 8-6. SHL = 0, ADC = 0
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COM0
Figure 8-5. SHL = 1, ADC = 1
(Top View)
COM0
COMS
COM32
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SEG0 …………..……SEG131
COMS
COM0
SEG131 …………………SEG0
COM37
COM37
TL0324S
(Bottom View)
COM26
TL0324S
COM63
COMS
COM63
COMS
Figure 8-8. SHL = 1, ADC = 0
COM26
TL0324S
COMS
COM63
COMS
COM63
(Top View)
COM26
COM26
TL0324S
(Bottom View)
COM0
COM37
COMS
SEG131 ………………….SEG0
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Figure 8-10. SHL = 0, ADC = 0
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COM0
Figure 8-9. SHL = 1, ADC = 1
(Top View)
COM0
COMS
COM37
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SEG0 …………..……SEG131
COMS
COM0
SEG131 …………………SEG0
COM40
COM40
TL0324S
TL0324S
(Bottom View)
COM23
COM63
COMS
COM63
COMS
Figure 8-12. SHL = 1, ADC = 0
COM23
TL0324S
COMS
COM63
COMS
COM63
(Top View)
COM23
COM23
TL0324S
(Bottom View)
COM0
COM40
COMS
SEG131 ………………….SEG0
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Figure 8-14. SHL = 0, ADC = 0
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COM0
Figure 8-13. SHL = 1, ADC = 1
(Top View)
COM0
COMS
COM40
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SEG0 …………..……SEG131
COMS
COM0
SEG131 …………………SEG0
COM48
COM48
TL0324S
(Bottom View)
COM15
TL0324S
COM63
COMS
COM63
COMS
Figure 8-16. SHL = 1, ADC = 0
COM15
TL0324S
COMS
COM63
COMS
COM63
(Top View)
COM15
COM15
TL0324S
(Bottom View)
COM0
COM48
COMS
SEG131 ………………….SEG0
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Figure 8-18. SHL = 0, ADC = 0
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COM0
Figure 8-17. SHL = 1, ADC = 1
(Top View)
COM0
COMS
COM48
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e. Multiple chip configuration
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C O M 32
C O M 63
CO M S
( T o p V ie w )
(M a s te r)
a
SEG 131 … … … … … SEG 0
CO M S
CO M 0
T L 0 3 2 4S
s
C O M 32
T L 0 3 2 4S
( T o p V ie w )
( S la v e )
C O M 63
CO M S
C O M 31
CO M S
CO M 0
C O M 31
Figure 8-20. SHL = 1, ADC = 1
*. Connect the following pins of two chips each other
- Display clock pins: CL, M
- Display control pin: DISP
- LCD power pins: V0, V1, V2, V3, V4
C O M 31
T L 0 3 2 4S
COMS
C O M 63
C O M 31
( T o p V ie w )
( S la v e )
( T o p V ie w )
(M a s te r)
COM0
COMS
C O M 32
SEG 0 … … … … … SEG 131
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COM0
COMS
C O M 32
SEG 0 … … … … … SEG 131
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Figure 8-21. SHL = 0, ADC = 0
*. Connect the following pins of two chips each other
- Display clock pins: CL, M
- Display control pin: DISP
- LCD power pins: V0, V1, V2, V3, V4
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C O M 63
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C O M 31
COM0
COMS
COMS
C O M 63
TL0324S
( T o p V ie w )
( M a s te r )
C O M 32
S E G 0 … .… … ...… … … S E G 1 3 1
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S E G 1 3 1 … .… … … … … S E G 0
C O M 32
T L 0 3 2 4S
C O M 63
COMS
( T o p V ie w )
( S la v e )
COMS
COM0
C O M 31
Figure 8-22. 130COM (128COM + 2COMS) x 132SEG
*. Connect the following pins of two chips each other
- Display clock pins: CL, M
- Display control pin: DISP
- LCD power pins: V0, V1, V2, V3, V4
*. Common / Segment output direction select
- Master chip: SHL = 0, ADC = 0
- Slave chip: SHL = 1, ADC = 1
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8-3. TCP Pin lay out (sample)
FR
FR S
COMS
C O M 63
C O M 62
:
:
:
C O M 47
C O M 46
C O M 45
:
:
:
TL0324 S
(Top view)
M
CL
D IS P
/C S 1
CS2
/R E S E T
RS
R W _ /W R
E _ /R D
DB0
DB1
DB2
DB3
DB4
DB5
D B 6 , (S C L )
D B 7 , (S I)
DSEL0
DSEL1
VDD
VCI
VSS
VO UT
C4+
C3+
C1C1+
C2+
C2VEXT
REF
V1
V2
V3
V4
V0
VR
MS
CLS
C68
PS
/H P M
IN T R S
C O M 35
C O M 34
C O M 33
C O M 32
S E G 131
S E G 130
S E G 129
S E G 128
:
:
S EG 65
S EG 64
S EG 63
S EG 62
:
:
SEG3
SEG2
SEG1
SEG0
COMS
COM0
COM1
COM2
COM3
:
:
C O M 14
C O M 15
C O M 16
:
:
C O M 28
C O M 29
C O M 30
C O M 31
Figure 8-23. TCP pin layout
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8-4. Application circuit for serial
-. Package type: TCP
-. Device mode: Master mode, Internal OSC, normal mode, 4-times boost-up, internal resistor
M PU
M PU
/R E S E T
RS
M PU
M PU
D B 6, (S C L)
D B 7, (S I)
VDD
VDD
VSS
VSS
VOUT
C 3+
C 1C 1+
C 2+
C 2V1
V2
V3
V4
V0
T C P o u t side
[18 P IN S ]
T C P in sid e
Figure 8-24. TL0324S Application circuit for serial
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/C S 1
(Top view)
M PU
FR S
FR
NC0
NC1
M
CL
D IS P
V S S [2]
/C S 1
CS2
VDD
/R E S E T
RS
VSS
R W _/W R
E _/R D
VDD
DB0
DB1
DB2
DB3
DB4
DB5
D B 6 (S C LK )
D B 7 (S ID )
VSS
VDD
D S E L0
D S E L1
VSS
V D D [5 ]
V C I[3]
V S S [5]
V O U T [4]
C 4+ [2]
C 3+ [2]
C 1-[2]
C 1+ [2]
C 2+ [2]
C 2-[2]
VDD
V E X T [2 ]
REF
VSS
V 1[2 ]
V 2[2 ]
V 3[2 ]
V 4[2 ]
V 0[3 ]
V R [3]
V S S [2]
VDD
MS
C LS
VSS
C 68
PS
VDD
/H P M
VSS
IN T R S
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9. PAD CONFIGURATION
Figure 9.1 Chip pad configuration (TOP View)
H
B
G
K
139
140
141
142
291
292
293
294
G
C
B
H
295
138
296
137
y
C
TL0324S
x
(0,0)
J
320
113
321
112
E
E
1
2
A
110
I
111
F
A
D
*
DUMMY PAD
Table 9-1. Pad Dimensions
Size
Item
Pad No.
Chip Size
(without S/L)
Dummy
Bumped pad height
8550
1900
70
52, 55
70
52, 55
input
output
1~111
112~138, 295~321
139~294
18 ± 3um
Chip Outline Dimensions <Basis of Bump PAD>
SYMBOL
DIMENSION
SYMBOL
A
70
B
D
410.3
E
G
211.7
H
J
21
K
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Output
Pad Pitch
Bumped pad size
X
44
78
34
DIMENSION
52
224.3
228
18
62
Unit
um
72
34
78
SYMBOL
C
F
I
L
[unit : um]
DIMENSION
55
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30um
25um
30um
40um
40um
30um
25um
(-4181,-891)
25um
30um
Figure 9-2. COG align key
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9-2. PAD CENTER COORDINATES
Table 9-1 Pad Center Coordinates
[Unit : um]
PAD
No.
PAD
name
X
Y
PAD
No.
PAD
name
X
Y
PAD
No.
PAD
name
X
Y
1
DUMMY1
-3842.7
-891
36
VDD
-1392.7
-891
71
C1M
1057.3
-891
2
DUMMY2
-3772.7
-891
37
VDD
-1322.7
-891
72
C1M
1127.3
-891
3
DUMMY3
-3702.7
-891
38
VDD
-1252.7
-891
73
C1P
1197.3
-891
4
DUMMY4
-3632.7
-891
39
VCI
-1182.7
-891
74
C1P
1267.3
-891
5
DUMMY5
-3562.7
-891
40
VCI
-1112.7
-891
75
C2P
1337.3
-891
6
FRS
-3492.7
-891
41
VCI
-1042.7
-891
76
C2P
1407.3
-891
7
FR
-3422.7
-891
42
VCI
-972.7
-891
77
C2M
1477.3
-891
8
M
-3352.7
-891
43
VSS
-902.7
-891
78
C2M
1547.3
-891
9
CL
-3282.7
-891
44
VSS
-832.7
-891
79
VDD
1617.3
-891
10
DISP
-3212.7
-891
45
VSS
-762.7
-891
80
VEXT
1687.3
-891
11
VSS
-3142.7
-891
46
VSS
-692.7
-891
81
REF
1757.3
-891
12
VSS
-3072.7
-891
47
VSS
-622.7
-891
82
VSS
1827.3
-891
13
/CS1
-3002.7
-891
48
TEST0
-552.7
-891
83
V1
1897.3
-891
14
CS2
-2932.7
-891
49
TEST1
-482.7
-891
84
V1
1967.3
-891
15
VDD
-2862.7
-891
50
TEST2
-412.7
-891
85
V2
2037.3
-891
16
/RESET
-2792.7
-891
51
TEST3
-342.7
-891
86
V2
2107.3
-891
17
RS
-2722.7
-891
52
TEST4
-272.7
-891
87
V3
2177.3
-891
18
VSS
-2652.7
-891
53
TEST5
-202.7
-891
88
V3
2247.3
-891
19
RW_/WR
-2582.7
-891
54
TEST6
-132.7
-891
89
V4
2317.3
-891
20
E_/RD
-2512.7
-891
55
TEST7
-62.7
-891
90
V4
2387.3
-891
21
VDD
-2442.7
-891
56
TEST8
7.3
-891
91
V0
2457.3
-891
22
DB0
-2372.7
-891
57
TEST9
77.3
-891
92
V0
2527.3
-891
23
DB1
-2302.7
-891
58
TEST10
147.3
-891
93
VR
2597.3
-891
24
DB2
-2232.7
-891
59
TEST11
217.3
-891
94
VR
2667.3
-891
25
DB3
-2162.7
-891
60
TEST12
287.3
-891
95
VSS
2737.3
-891
26
DB4
-2092.7
-891
61
TEST13
357.3
-891
96
VDD
2807.3
-891
27
DB5
-2022.7
-891
62
TEST14
427.3
-891
97
MS
2877.3
-891
28
DB6
-1952.7
-891
63
VOUT
497.3
-891
98
CLS
2947.3
-891
29
DB7
-1882.7
-891
64
VOUT
567.3
-891
99
VSS
3017.3
-891
30
VSS
-1812.7
-891
65
VOUT
637.3
-891
100
C68
3087.3
-891
31
VDD
-1742.7
-891
66
VOUT
707.3
-891
101
PS
3157.3
-891
32
DSEL0
-1672.7
-891
67
C4P
777.3
-891
102
VDD
3227.3
-891
33
DSEL1
-1602.7
-891
68
C4P
847.3
-891
103
/HPM
3297.3
-891
34
VSS
-1532.7
-891
69
C3P
917.3
-891
104
VSS
3367.3
-891
35
VDD
-1462.7
-891
70
C3P
987.3
-891
105
INTRS
3437.3
-891
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Table 9-1 Pad Center Coordinates (Continued)
[Unit : um]
PAD
No.
PAD
name
X
Y
PAD
No.
PAD
name
X
Y
PAD
No.
PAD
name
X
Y
106
VDD
3507.3
-891
141
COM8
3926
856
176
SEG25
2106
856
107
DUMMY6
3577.3
-891
142
COM7
3874
856
177
SEG26
2054
856
108
DUMMY7
3647.3
-891
143
COM6
3822
856
178
SEG27
2002
856
109
DUMMY8
3717.3
-891
144
COM5
3770
856
179
SEG28
1950
856
110
DUMMY9
3787.3
-891
145
COM4
3718
856
180
SEG29
1898
856
111
DUMMY10
3857.3
-891
146
COM3
3666
856
181
SEG30
1846
856
112
DUMMY11
4181
-708.7
147
COM2
3614
856
182
SEG31
1794
856
113
DUMMY12
4181
-653.7
148
COM1
3562
856
183
SEG32
1742
856
114
COM31
4181
-598.7
149
COM0
3510
856
184
SEG33
1690
856
115
COM30
4181
-543.7
150
COMS0
3458
856
185
SEG34
1638
856
116
COM29
4181
-488.7
151
SEG0
3406
856
186
SEG35
1586
856
117
COM28
4181
-433.7
152
SEG1
3354
856
187
SEG36
1534
856
118
COM27
4181
-378.7
153
SEG2
3302
856
188
SEG37
1482
856
119
COM26
4181
-323.7
154
SEG3
3250
856
189
SEG38
1430
856
120
COM25
4181
-268.7
155
SEG4
3198
856
190
SEG39
1378
856
121
COM24
4181
-213.7
156
SEG5
3146
856
191
SEG40
1326
856
122
COM23
4181
-158.7
157
SEG6
3094
856
192
SEG41
1274
856
123
COM22
4181
-103.7
158
SEG7
3042
856
193
SEG42
1222
856
124
COM21
4181
-48.7
159
SEG8
2990
856
194
SEG43
1170
856
125
COM20
4181
6.3
160
SEG9
2938
856
195
SEG44
1118
856
126
COM19
4181
61.3
161
SEG10
2886
856
196
SEG45
1066
856
127
COM18
4181
116.3
162
SEG11
2834
856
197
SEG46
1014
856
128
COM17
4181
171.3
163
SEG12
2782
856
198
SEG47
962
856
129
COM16
4181
226.3
164
SEG13
2730
856
199
SEG48
910
856
130
COM15
4181
281.3
165
SEG14
2678
856
200
SEG49
858
856
131
COM14
4181
336.3
166
SEG15
2626
856
201
SEG50
806
856
132
COM13
4181
391.3
167
SEG16
2574
856
202
SEG51
754
856
133
COM12
4181
446.3
168
SEG17
2522
856
203
SEG52
702
856
134
COM11
4181
501.3
169
SEG18
2470
856
204
SEG53
650
856
135
COM10
4181
556.3
170
SEG19
2418
856
205
SEG54
598
856
136
COM9
4181
611.3
171
SEG20
2366
856
206
SEG55
546
856
137
DUMMY13
4181
666.3
172
SEG21
2314
856
207
SEG56
494
856
138
DUMMY14
4181
721.3
173
SEG22
2262
856
208
SEG57
442
856
139
DUMMY15
4030
856
174
SEG23
2210
856
209
SEG58
390
856
140
DUMMY16
3978
856
175
SEG24
2158
856
210
SEG59
338
856
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PAD
No.
PAD
name
X
Y
PAD
No.
PAD
name
X
Y
PAD
No.
PAD
name
X
Y
211
SEG60
286
856
246
SEG95
-1534
856
281
SEG130
-3354
856
212
SEG61
234
856
247
SEG96
-1586
856
282
SEG131
-3406
856
213
SEG62
182
856
248
SEG97
-1638
856
283
COM32
-3458
856
214
SEG63
130
856
249
SEG98
-1690
856
284
COM33
-3510
856
215
SEG64
78
856
250
SEG99
-1742
856
285
COM34
-3562
856
216
SEG65
26
856
251
SEG100
-1794
856
286
COM35
-3614
856
217
SEG66
-26
856
252
SEG101
-1846
856
287
COM36
-3666
856
218
SEG67
-78
856
253
SEG102
-1898
856
288
COM37
-3718
856
219
SEG68
-130
856
254
SEG103
-1950
856
289
COM38
-3770
856
220
SEG69
-182
856
255
SEG104
-2002
856
290
COM39
-3822
856
221
SEG70
-234
856
256
SEG105
-2054
856
291
COM40
-3874
856
222
SEG71
-286
856
257
SEG106
-2106
856
292
COM41
-3926
856
223
SEG72
-338
856
258
SEG107
-2158
856
293
DUMMY17
-3978
856
224
SEG73
-390
856
259
SEG108
-2210
856
294
DUMMY18
-4030
856
225
SEG74
-442
856
260
SEG109
-2262
856
295
DUMMY19
-4181
721.3
226
SEG75
-494
856
261
SEG110
-2314
856
296
DUMMY20
-4181
666.3
227
SEG76
-546
856
262
SEG111
-2366
856
297
COM42
-4181
611.3
228
SEG77
-598
856
263
SEG112
-2418
856
298
COM43
-4181
556.3
229
SEG78
-650
856
264
SEG113
-2470
856
299
COM44
-4181
501.3
230
SEG79
-702
856
265
SEG114
-2522
856
300
COM45
-4181
446.3
231
SEG80
-754
856
266
SEG115
-2574
856
301
COM46
-4181
391.3
232
SEG81
-806
856
267
SEG116
-2626
856
302
COM47
-4181
336.3
233
SEG82
-858
856
268
SEG117
-2678
856
303
COM48
-4181
281.3
234
SEG83
-910
856
269
SEG118
-2730
856
304
COM49
-4181
226.3
235
SEG84
-962
856
270
SEG119
-2782
856
305
COM50
-4181
171.3
236
SEG85
-1014
856
271
SEG120
-2834
856
306
COM51
-4181
116.3
237
SEG86
-1066
856
272
SEG121
-2886
856
307
COM52
-4181
61.3
238
SEG87
-1118
856
273
SEG122
-2938
856
308
COM53
-4181
6.3
239
SEG88
-1170
856
274
SEG123
-2990
856
309
COM54
-4181
-48.7
240
SEG89
-1222
856
275
SEG124
-3042
856
310
COM55
-4181
-103.7
241
SEG90
-1274
856
276
SEG125
-3094
856
311
COM56
-4181
-158.7
242
SEG91
-1326
856
277
SEG126
-3146
856
312
COM57
-4181
-213.7
243
SEG92
-1378
856
278
SEG127
-3198
856
313
COM58
-4181
-268.7
244
SEG93
-1430
856
279
SEG128
-3250
856
314
COM59
-4181
-323.7
245
SEG94
-1482
856
280
SEG129
-3302
856
315
COM60
-4181
-378.7
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Table 9-1 Pad Center Coordinates (Continued)
[Unit : um]
PAD
No.
PAD
name
X
Y
316
COM61
-4181
-433.7
317
COM62
-4181
-488.7
318
COM63
-4181
-543.7
319
COMS1
-4181
-598.7
320
DUMMY21
-4181
-653.7
321
DUMMY22
-4181
-708.7
COG Align
KEY1
-4181
-891
COG Align
KEY2
-4159.9
842.5
COG Align
KEY3
4159.9
842.5
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PAD
name
X
67
Y
PAD
No.
PAD
name
X
Y
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TL0324S Specification revision history
Version
0.0
0.1
0.2
Content
1. Initial Version
1. pp.5, VSS Pin description
VSS PAD numbers are changed from 41~45 to 43~47.
2. pp.63, 67, Coordinate of COG align key is added.
1. Add COG align keys
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Date
Jun. 2002
May 2003
April 2004
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