SLCD-3-KIT Serial LCD Driver User Manual Gravitech 2007 Copyright©

SLCD-3-KIT Serial LCD Driver User Manual Gravitech 2007 Copyright©
SLCD-3-KIT Serial LCD Driver
User Manual
Gravitech
2007 Copyright©
All Rights Reserved
Support: [email protected]
V1.0
January 24, 2009
Table of Contents
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Copyrights and Disclaimer……….....………...………... 3
Introduction……………………………………………… 4
Connections………………………………………………. 6
Connector Pinout…………………………..…………. 6
Power Connections…………………………..……….. 7
Serial UART TTL Connections………………...……… 8
USB Communication……………………………...…… 8
General Purpose Outputs…………………………...….. 9
Beepers…………………………………………………. 9
I/O LCD Connections………………………………..… 10
Contrast Adjustment…………………………………..... 10
USB Communication Status LED……..……………….. 10
Displaying Text………………………………………….…. 11
General………………………………………………….. 11
Built-In Character Font…………………………………. 11
Writing Text to the Display………………….…………… 12
Configure for LCD geometry ……………….…………… 13
Power up selftest and Special Characters……..…………. 14
Power Up Selftest………………………………………. 14
Special Characters…………………………………….... 14
Big Number Mode………………………………………… 16
Custom Text Screen………………………………………. 18
Boot Screen Selection…………………………………….. 18
Miscellaneous Commands……………………..…………. 19
Appendix A: Command Summary……………..………..
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Appendix B: Optional Parts……………………………..
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Copyrights
This documentation is copyright 2009 by Gravitech. By downloading or
obtaining a printed copy of this documentation you agree that it is to be used
exclusively with Gravitech products. Any other uses are not permitted and
may represent a violation of Gravitech copyrights, legally punishable
according to Federal copyright or intellectual property laws. Any duplication
of this documentation for commercial uses is expressly prohibited by
Gravitech.
Disclaimer
Gravitech is not responsible for special, incidental, or consequential
damages under any legal theory, including lost profits, downtime, goodwill,
damage to or replacement of equipment or property. Gravitech is also not
responsible for any personal damage, including that to life and health,
resulting from use of this product. The user takes full responsibility for each
SLCD-3 application, no matter how life-threatening it may be.
Warranty
Gravitech warrants this product against defects in materials and
workmanship for a period of 15 days. If you discover a defect, we will, at
our option, repair, replace, or refund the purchase price. Return the product
with a description of the problem. We will return your product or its
replacement via standard shipping. Expedited shipping is available at the
customer’s expense. Please contact us at [email protected] for a RMA#
prior to send the return unit back.
• Note: Abusing the module, or attempting to repair or modify it, voids this
warranty.
Trademarks
PIC® is a registered trademark of Microchip Technology Incorporated;
BASIC Stamp® is a registered trademark of Parallax Inc. All trademarked
names referenced herein are the property of their respective holders.
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What’s new!
New features of SLCD-3 including:
• Big Number Mode
• Custom Text Screen
• Boot Screen Selection
1. Introduction
Your SLCD-3 has the following features:
• Low cost
• Compatible with any industrial standard HD44780 Character LCD
with single row connection.
• Configurable for many LCD geometry included: 2x16, 2x20,
2x24, 2x40, 4x16 and 4x20.
• Built-in font with provision for up to 8 user-defined characters
• Fixed baud rate at 9600
• Communicate over serial UART TTL (+5V and 0V) or USB
interface
• On USB version, a feature of communicates over the USB with
miniB USB connector is added. The unit can be powered directly
from the USB port (no external power needed). Drivers are
available for Windows 98, 98SE, ME, 2000, Server 2003, XP,
Vista, XP Embedded and CE.NET 4.2 & 5.0. Mac OS8/9, OS-X
and Linux 2.4 and greater are supported.
• Fully buffered up to 64 character so that no delays in transmission
should be necessary
• Hardware controlled contrast
• Software controlled backlight intensity
• Master reset pin
• 4 general purpose outputs for a variety of applications
• Programmable tab size and cursor style
• On-board speaker (beeper)
• Big Number Mode
• Custom Text Screen
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The SLCD-3 is designed as the display unit for an associated controller. The
controller may be anything from a single board, special purpose
microcontroller to a PC, depending on the application. This controller is
responsible for what you see on the LCD screen.
The SLCD-3 provides a simple command structure to allow text to be
displayed on the screen. Text fonts are built in, and use standard ASCII
mapping. Provision is made for up to 8 user-defined characters.
On a non-USB version, the serial UART interface is TTL. That is, the idle
state is a TTL logic one, or near +5VDC. This is often termed non-inverting
or true. This provides direct compatibility with the UART associated with a
PIC®, 8051, 68HCxx, Z80, SerOut on a Basic Stamp®, and Com3 on a
BX24. The board rate is fixed at 9600. Virtually any application can support
9600 baud.
For a USB version, the feature of USB to serial UART is added. By
connecting the unit with the computer via USB A to miniB cable, a virtual
COM port on the computer is created. User may use any favorite terminal
programs (i.e. Hyperterminal, Putty, TeraTerm or etc.) to communicate
directly to SLCD-3 unit. A custom program can be written to communicate
the SLCD-3 via a virtual COM port. Essentially this is a direct way to
interface with a computer. The unit can also be powered with the USB port
from the computer (hardware jumper).
The SLCD-3 is compatible with any industrial standard HD44780 Character
LCD with single row connection. The software configuration supported
many LCD geometry included: 2x16, 2x20, 2x24, 2x40, 4x16 and 4x20.
The SLCD-3 provides for variable backlight intensity. The backlight current
is controlled by a MOSFET. The maximum backlight intensity is controlled
with a series limiting resistor. Also, the contrast can be adjust through a
potentiometer.
The SLCD-3 provides a 64 character buffer. However, to avoid framing
errors, it is suggested the user initially provide a one millisecond delay
between each character.
The SLCD-3 provides an on-board buzzer for 50 ms beeping.
A source of +5 VDC with a minimum current of 20 mA is required for this
unit.
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2. Connection
Connector Pinout
Please refer to the diagram below.
miniB USB
I/O Host Connections
I/O LCD
Connections
Fig. 1: Electrical Connections
The SLCD-3 has three connectors:
Connector
Function
8 pins dual rowhost connections
Host Input/output interface
miniB USB
USB connection (USB version only)
16 pin header
Input/output LCD interface
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Power Connections
For a non-USB version, the only way to power the unit is through pin6
(+5V) and pin8 (common ground) on the I/O host connections see Fig. 2.
Make sure the “Power” jumper is on the “EXT” as shown in Fig. 3 (See
assembly manual for more detail). Power requirement is +5 VDC +/- 0.25V
@ 20mA minimum (depend on an LCD).
For a USB version, there are two ways to power the unit by using external
or USB power. Follow above step for an external power. For USB power,
make sure the “Power” jumper is on “USB” as shown in Fig.4.
2
4
6
8
1
3
5
7
Fig. 2: Input/Output host interface
Fig. 3: External power jumper
Fig. 4: USB power jumper
Warning:
• Do not apply any power with reversed polarization.
• Do not apply any voltage other than the specified voltage.
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Serial UART TTL Connections
The serial TTL interface idle state is logic one, or near +5 VDC. This
provides direct compatibility with the UART on variety of the
microcontrollers (i.e. PIC, 8051, 68HCxx, Z80, AVR, SerOut on a Basic
Stamp, Com3 on a BX24, etc.). Direct connection can be made via XRx
(pin4) and GND (pin8) on the I/O host connections as shown in Fig. 5.
Make sure the “SDATA” jumper is on “EXT” as shown in Fig.3 and
9600 baud is use for communication.
XRx
Tx
GND
GND
Microcontroller
U
Fig. 5: UART connection
USB communication
Go to the FTDI website www.ftdichip.com and click on the “Drivers” tab.
Choose VCP (Virtual COM Port) drivers. Save the appropriate .exe or .zip
file for your operating system to disk. Remember the directory (path and
folder). After the file has been downloads, double click on the .exe file and
the installation process start automatically. Once the installation is
completed, check and make sure the “SDATA” jumper is on “USB” as
shown in Fig.4. You are ready to plug SLCD-3 to your computer. Open the
Device Manger (for Windows XP, located in “Control Panel\System” then
selects the “Hardware” tab and click “Device Manage”). Expand “Ports
(COM and LPT)” by clicking on the “+” symbol. Note the number of the
COM port for the USB Serial Port, see Fig.6.
Fig. 6: Virtual COM Port number
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General Purpose Outputs
The SLCD-3 has four general purpose TTL outputs. These are provided to
control other electronic devices. This allows external devices to be turned on
or off using your computer or microcontroller. Any of these outputs, OUT4OUT7, may be brought high or low using the ‘H’ and ‘L’ commands. (See
sections 5 for command syntax)
On power up, all outputs are at high impedance. As each output is
addressed, it is taken out of the high impedance state. The initial high
impedance state permits the user to use either pull up or pull down resistors
to avoid “bounce” when the unit is powered.
General purpose outputs, OUT4-OUT7, are connecting via I/O Host
Connections pin 7, 5, 3 and 1 respectively. (See Fig. 3 for I/O Host
Connections pinout) The current (source or sink) by any output should be
limited to 15 mA. The common ground (pin8) must be connected to the
device using OUT4-OUT7.
Beeper
The SLCD-3 provided an on-board beeper. The beeper command causes a
50 ms burst of nominally 500 Hz on the beeper. This also causes the
backlight to turn off for 50 ms. Care must be take when using this command,
in order to protect the over run serial receive buffer, a 50 ms pause is
required.
Fig. 7: On-board beeper
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I/O LCD Connections
The SLCD-3 is compatible with an industry
standard HD44780 Character LCD with single row
connection. The software configuration supported
many LCD geometry included: 2x16, 2x20, 2x24,
2x40, 4x16 and 4x20. The SLCD-3 is using a
parallel 4 interface. Make sure to connect pin1 on
the I/O LCD connections of the SLCD-3 to pin1 of
the compatible LCD. Please consult the schematic
for more detail.
Fig. 8: Schematic of I/O LCD Connections
Contrast adjustment
The SLCD-3 provided the capability of contrast adjustment through a
potentiometer. To adjust the contrast, tune the potentiometer with a small
screw driver until the best contrast is displayed. Figure 9 shows the contrast
potentiometer.
Fig. 9: Contrast potentiometer
USB Communication Status LED (USB version only)
The SLCD-3 provided a USB Communication Status LED. This is a red
LED next to the USB connector. It is blinking once the serial data has been
received. This is a great feature for diagnostic.
Fig. 10: USB Communication Status LED
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3. Displaying Text
This chapter describes the various text-display commands in detail. A quick
reference summary of all text commands is found in section 6.
General
Text is displayed on the SLCD-3 using built-in 5 x 7 dot matrix font (plus up
to 8 user-defined characters).
The Built-In Character Font
The SLCD-3 includes a built-in 5 x 7 dot matrix font with the full range of
ASCII characters plus a variety of extended characters, as shown in Fig. 11.
Fig. 11: Character Set
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In addition to the built-in characters, users may define up to 8 special
characters. The SLCD-3 does not have provision to download other fonts.
Writing Text to the Display
When the display receives a character, it displays that character at the
position currently defined. The next character sent to the module then
advances to the following position on the display. The unit built in with the
automatic line wrapping. Note that this is not “word wrapping” and wraps
may occur in the middle of a word. Characters are drawn using the built-in
front, and only characters defined in the font are actually displayed.
The position where text is to be inserted is a character location stored in the
SLCD-3 volatile memory and maintained internally by the SLCD-3
firmware. The default is a tab size of 4, a full blinking cursor (3) and the
eight special characters consisting of a single horizontal line, two
horizontal lines, etc.
All of these parameters may be modified. Note that when the modifications
are made, the new values are written to the processor’s EEPROM. Thus, the
user defined characters need only be modified one time. This position is
manipulated by the commands shown in the following section.
Set cursor position (?x[column], ?y[row])
This command sets the cursor position to the [column] and [row]
specified. Columns have values from 00 to 19 and rows have values
of 0 to 3. (i.e. ?y2?x08 position the cursor at column 8 of line 2.)
Note that the line and column numbers begins with 0.
Send cursor home (?a)
This command moves the cursor position to the top left of the display
area.
Cursor left (?h)
This command moves the cursor one position to the left but does not
erase any character that may be in that position. Note: For a
“destructive backspace”, use command ?b.
Cursor right (?i)
This command moves the cursor one position to the right but does not
erase any character that may be in that position.
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Destructive backspace (?b)
This command moves the cursor one position to the left and erases
any character that may be in that position.
Clear line (?l)
This command clears current line and leave cursor at the beginning of
the line.
Clear screen (?f)
This command clears the LCD and leave cursor at home position (top
left of the display area).
Cursor up (?k)
This command moves the cursor up one position but does not erase
any character that may be in that position.
Cursor down (?j)
This command moves the cursor down one position but does not erase
any character that may be in that position.
Carriage return (?m)
This command moves the cursor to the beginning of the line but does
not erase any character that may be in that position.
New line (?n)
This command advances the cursor to the beginning of the line and
clears this line.
Tab (?t)
This command advances the cursor one tab, and any characters in its
path are overwritten with a space. For example, if the cursor is in
column 3 and the tab size is 5, the cursor will advance to column 5.
Anything in column 3 and 4 will be replaced with spaces.
Note that all of the commands are starting with ?, to display “?”
character, ?? is used.
Configure for LCD geometry (?G)
This command configures LCD geometry. Supported formats are
2x16, 2x20, 2x24, 2x40, 4x16 and 4x20. (i.e. ?G216 configure driver
for 2x16 LCD)
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4. Power up selftest and Special Characters
Power up selftest
Once the power is applied to SLCD-3, the LCD displays the geometry of the
LCD, the tab size, eight user defined characters and a blinking cursor. The
unit is shipped with a 4 x 20 geometry, a tab size of 4, user defined
characters of a single row of pixels, two rows, three rows, etc and a blinking
cursor.
This screen message appears for about two seconds and the LCD is cleared
and the cursor is positioned at the home position. The LCD is now awaiting
the receipt of characters to display.
If the message does appear, it verifies that both the daughter and the LCD
are operational and the associated wiring is correct.
Special Characters
The SLCD-3 allows user to define up to eight special characters. The
characters may be defined or redefined at any time by issuing the commands
shown in this section.
The SLCD-3 allows up to 8 user defined (custom) characters. Custom
characters occupy a 5 x 8 pixel matrix.
The characters are defined by issuing the command ?D followed by 8 bytes
to define the character. Use Table 1 to help define the custom characters.
Table 1: Define a Custom Characters
D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0
MSB
LSB
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Data Byte
HEX
number
Data Byte 1
Data Byte 2
Data Byte 3
Data Byte 4
Data Byte 5
Data Byte 6
Data Byte 7
Data Byte 8
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A “1” bit indicates an on (black) pixel, a “0” bit indicates an off (clear)
pixel. Table 2 shown the example of custom defines character.
Table 2: Example of a Custom Character
D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0
MSB
LSB
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Data Byte
HEX
number
Data Byte 1
00
00
0a
15
11
0a
04
00
Data Byte 2
Data Byte 3
Data Byte 4
Data Byte 5
Data Byte 6
Data Byte 7
Data Byte 8
To define the example shown in Table 2 in user define character 3, the
following command is used: ?D300000a15110a0400
The number after the ‘D’ is the number associated with the user defined
character, in this case user defined character 3. This is then followed by the
eight data bytes expressed in two digit hexadecimal. Note that the
hexadecimal letters must be lower case.
Thus, when user defined character 3 is displayed using the command ?3, a
character consisting of the heart shape will be displayed.
Each user defined character is saved in EEPROM. The design provides a 64
byte serial receive buffer. However, be careful. If one is defining all eight
user defined characters, this involves sending 19 * 8 or 152 characters.
Writing each of the eight bytes to EEPROM requires 15 ms or more and
thus, one can easily over run buffer. Rather, provide a one second delay after
defining each character.
User may use software, LCDCC.exe, to help create the user define
characters. LCDCC is a property of Parallax Inc. and can be downloading
for free from www.parallax.com. For convenient, version 0.95 (Beta) can be
download from our product page. All of the software goods is credited to
Parallax Inc. and intended to be used for educational purposes only.
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5. Big Number Mode
NEW
FEATURE
The SLCD-3 design provides both three and four block wide characters. The
big number mode is entered;
?>3 or ?>4
On receipt of either of the ?>3 or ?>4 commands, the processor will
download to the LCD the special required to display the big numbers. These
are probably different from any user defined characters which the user may
have defined. Thus, don't display your user defined characters when
displaying in the "big number" format.
The cursor is then located on the top row of the current column. Figure 12
shown example of big number mode.
Fig. 12: Big number mode
In the >3 mode, as each numeric digit is received, it will erase anything
appearing in the three column wide by four high space and display the
number in the big number format. In addition, it will clear the column to the
right of the character. The cursor will then be located at the top row for
display of the next digit. Note that for the three block wide mode, this is four
columns to the right of the upper left of the previous character. Thus, each
digit uses four columns, three for the display of the digit and one for the
spacing between digits.
Display of the minus sign, colon and decimal point use two columns, one for
the display of the symbol plus one space.
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The >4 mode is similar, except that each digit is four wide plus one space.
There is no intelligent "wrapping" provision for the "big number" mode.
Thus, if there are only two columns remaining before the end of the LCD
and you attempt to display a "7", part of the "7" will appear on the right side
of the LCD, and the rest on the beginning of the display.
The big number mode may be exited at any time:
?<
This may be used to display ordinary text along with the "big number"
characters. For example, shown in Fig. 13, the message "4X4 Demo"
appears. This might be done;
?y0?x164X4 ' row 0, beginning at column 16
?y1?x16Demo ' row 1, beginning at column 16
Fig. 13: Mixed big number and ordinary text mode
Note that the ?< command simply exits the "big number" mode. It does not
download the user defined characters that might be used for graphics.
If one later wishes to use the user defined characters;
?R ' restore the user defined characters.
Again, note that the characters associated with the display of the "big
number" characters are not compatible with the user defined characters one
might use for plotting and thus, "big numbers" and graphics type
applications using specially defined characters cannot coexist on the display.
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6. Custom Text Screen
NEW
FEATURE
The customized text screen may be an advertisement which is displayed on
boot or a template which may be displayed at any time. It is set using the ?C
command, followed by the row, followed by the twenty characters which are
to appear on the row. For example, the following sequence defines the
custom screen shown in Fig. 14.
?C0abcdefghijklmnopqrst
?C1ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
?C201234567890123456789
?C398765432109876543210
Note that this custom screen may be displayed at any time;
?*
Fig. 14: Example of custom text screen
7. Boot Screen Selection
NEW
FEATURE
The screen which is displayed on boot may be specified using the ?S
command followed by a number, 0, 1 or 2.
?S0 ' display no screen on boot.
?S1 ' display the configuration setting on boot
?S2 ' display the user custom text screen on boot.
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8. Miscellaneous Commands
The commands listed in this chapter do not readily fit in any of the other
categories, or are used in more than one category.
Set tab size (?s[tab size])
This command sets the tab size. Valid values of the tab are 1-8. When
this command is received by the processor, the new tab size is written
to EEPROM and this value is used thereafter when executing the ?t
command. For example, ?s5 set tab size to five.
Set backlight intensity (?B[backlight intensity])
This command adjusts the intensity of an LED backlight on the
display. The digits following the “B” are two digit hexadecimal,
ranging from 00 (backlight off) to FF (backlight fully on). For
example, ?B80 sets backlight intensity to half way on and ?BFF or ?
Bff sets backlight intensity to fully on.
Set cursor style (?c[cursor style])
This command sets the cursor style. The number is in the range of
0-3. A 0 configures are no cursor, a 2 as a non blinking cursor and a 1
or 3 as a blinking cursor. The style of the cursor is saved to EEPROM.
General Purpose Outputs (?H[output port] and ?L[output port]))
This command turns ON (high) and OFF (low) any of the General
Purpose Outputs. The SLCD-3 provides four general purpose TTL
outputs. Any of these outputs, 4-7, may be brought high or low using
the ‘H’ and ‘L’ commands. For example, ?H4?L7 brings output 4
high and output 7 low. Note that outputs 0, 1, 2 and 3 are not valid.
Beep (?g)
This command causes a 50 ms burst of nominally 500 Hz on the onboard beeper. (See Fig. 7)
Direct Control of the LCD (?![command])
This command passes the direct command to the LCD. [command] is
a two digit hexadecimal number. Caution: with all other commands
the firmware keeps track of the current cursor position. This is not
done with commands sent directly to the LCD using the ?! command.
Thus, if the user configures the LCD such that the cursor is located at
some point, subsequent line feeds and similar will not work correctly
as the program does not know the current cursor location.
CAUTION: Use of this command may give unpredictable results.
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9. Appendix A: Command Summary
Command
Set cursor position
Syntax
?x[col]
?y[row]
Send cursor home
?a
Cursor left
?h
Cursor right
?i
Destructive
backspace
?b
Clear line
?l
Clear screen
?f
Cursor up
Cursor down
?k
?j
Carriage return
?m
New line
?n
Tab
?t
Default
Home
Move cursor to the specified column
and row.
Moves the cursor to the top left of
the display area.
Moves the cursor one position to the
left. If the cursor is already at the
beginning of a line it will move to
the end of the other line.
Moves the cursor one position to the
right. If the cursor is already at the
end of a line it will move to the
beginning of the other line.
Moves the cursor one position to the
left and erases any character that
may be in that position.
Clears current line and leave cursor
at the beginning of the line.
Clears the LCD and leave cursor at
home position (top left).
Moves the cursor up one position.
?s[tab size]
4
Set backlight
intensity
?B[inten]
00
Set cursor style
?c[style]
03
Set tab size
Notes
Moves the cursor down one position.
Move the cursor to the beginning of
the line.
Advances the cursor to the beginning
of the line and clear this line.
Advances the cursor one tab, and any
characters in its path are overwritten
with a space.
Sets the tab size. Valid [tab size] are
1-8.
Adjusts the intensity of an LED
backlight on the display. [inten] are
two digit hexadecimal, ranging from
00 (backlight off) to FF (backlight
fully on).
Sets the cursor style. [style] is range
from 0-3. A 0 configures are no
cursor, a 2 as a non blinking cursor
and a 1 or 3 as a blinking cursor.
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General purpose
outputs
Turns a general purpose output ON
?H[port] ?
High
or OFF. [port] may be from 4 to 7.
impedance
L[port]
See section 2 for further details.
Causes a 50 ms burst of nominally
500 Hz on I/O socket pin 13.
Defines on of 8 custom user
Define custom
?D[n][8
Horizontal characters. Character number is [n]
character
line(s) between 0 to 7. The 8 bytes are
bytes]
described in section 4.
Displays the custom user characters.
Use custom character
? [n]
Character number is [n] between 0 to
7.
Enter big number mode, three block
Big number mode 3
?>3
wide.
Enter big number mode, four block
Big number mode 4
?>4
wide.
Restore the user
Restore the user defined characters
?R
defined characters
after exit out of big number mode.
?C[row] [20
Customize text screen. [row] is a
Custom text screen
digit number between 0 to 3.
bytes]
Display customized
Display customized text screen at
?*
text screen
any time.
Select the screen which is displayed
Boot screen selection
?S[n]
on power up selftest. Character
number is [n] between 0 to 3.
Passes the direct control to the LCD.
Direct control of the
?! [byte]
[byte] is a two digit hexadecimal
LCD
number.
Configure for LCD
geometry. Supported
This command configures LCD
formats:
?G
4x20
geometry. (i.e. ?G216 configure
2x16, 2x20, 2x24,
driver for 2x16 LCD)
2x40, 4x16 and 4x20.
Beep
?g
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10. Appendix B: Optional parts (Optional part, doesn’t come with the kit)
There are several ways to make connection to the SLCD-3
board.
1) Use 4x2 female headers
(P/N 4Fx2-254mm).
2) Use 4x2 male headers
(P/N 20Mx2-254mm)
3) Use 3x1 right angle male headers
with servo cable.
(P/N 20Mx1RA-254mm for the
headers)
4) Solder wires directly to the pads.
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For USB version, USB A to miniB
cable is needed.
3Ft USB A to miniB cable
6Ft USB A to miniB cable
16x2 Character Blue LCD with
Backlight
20x4 Character Yellow/Green
LCD with Backlight
20x4 Character Blue LCD with
Backlight
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