NHD-0216K3Z-NSW-BBW-V3

NHD-0216K3Z-NSW-BBW-V3
NHD-0216K3Z-NSW-BBW-V3
Serial Liquid Crystal Display Module
NHD0216K3ZNSWBBWV3-
Newhaven Display
2 Lines x 16 Characters
Model
Transmissive
White LED Backlight
STN Negative, Blue
6:00 Optimal View
Wide Temperature
Firmware Version 3.00
RoHS Compliant
Newhaven Display International, Inc.
2661 Galvin Ct.
Elgin IL, 60124
Ph: 847-844-8795
Fax: 847-844-8796
www.newhavendisplay.com
[email protected]
[email protected]
Document Revision History
Revision
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Date
5/16/2012
10/1/2012
5/30/2013
8/31/15
12/29/16
Description
Initial Release
Character address code updated
Electrical characteristics updated
Module Redesign
Backlight & PCB Redesign
Functions and Features
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2 lines x 16 characters
Serial Interface: I2C, SPI or RS-232(TTL)
+5.0V power supply
1/16 duty, 1/5 bias
5x8 pixels with cursor
ESD protection diodes
RoHS Compliant
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Changed by
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AK
AK
SB
TM
Mechanical Drawing
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R
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5
Rev
Description
6
Date
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B
P
Notes:
1. Driver:
D 2. Voltage:
3. Display Mode:
4. Optimal View:
5. Backlight:
6. Driver IC:
7. Interface:
1
R
P
O
R
C
B
1/16 Duty, 1/5 Bias
5.0V VDD
STN Negative/ Blue / Transmissive
6:00
White LED
PIC16F690 & ST7066U
RS232 (TTL) / SPI / I2C
2
C
D
Unit
mm
Gen. Tol.
±0.3
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Date
12/29/16
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Part Number:
NHD-0216K3Z-NSW-BBW-V3
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The information contained herein is the exclusive property of Newhaven Display International, Inc. and shall not be copied, reproduced, and/or disclosed in any format without permission.
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Pin Description
P1:
Pin No.
1
2
3
P2:
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Symbol
RX
VSS
VDD
Symbol
SPISS
SDO
SCK/SCL
SDI/SDA
VSS
VDD
External
Connection
MPU
Power Supply
Power Supply
Function Description
External
Connection
MPU
NC
MPU
MPU
Power Supply
Power Supply
Function Description
RS-232 (TTL) Serial input port
Ground
Supply Voltage (+5.0V)
SPI Slave Select (NC in I2C mode)
No Connect
Serial Clock
Serial Data In (SPI) / Serial Data (I2C)
Ground
Supply Voltage (+5.0V)
Recommended LCD connector: 2.54mm pitch pins on P1 or P2
Backlight connector: controlled by command Mates with: -
Jumper Communication Selection
R1
Short
Open
Short
Open
R2
Short
Short
Open
Open
Protocol
TEST
SPI
I2C
RS-232
Description
Self-test
100KHz max clock
100KHz max clock
5V, TTL signal
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Electrical Characteristics
Item
Operating Temperature Range
Storage Temperature Range
Supply Voltage
Supply Current (LCD + Backlight)
Supply for LCD (contrast)
“H” Level input
“L” Level input
Optical Characteristics
Optimal
Viewing
Angles
Item
Top
Bottom
Left
Right
Contrast Ratio
Response Time
Rise
Fall
Symbol
TOP
TST
VDD
IDD
VDD-V0
VIH
VIL
Symbol
ϕY+
ϕYθXθX+
CR
TR
TF
Condition
TOP=25°C,
VDD=5.0V
-
Condition
Min.
-20
-30
4.7
10
4.0
0.8 * VDD
VSS
Min.
2
-
CR ≥ 2
TOP = 25°C
Controller Information
Typ.
5.0
20
4.3
-
Typ.
20
40
40
40
4
200
250
Max.
+70
+80
5.5
25
4.6
VDD
0.2 * VDD
Max.
300
350
Built-in PIC16F690 controller.
Please download specification at http://www.newhavendisplay.com/app_notes/PIC16F690.pdf
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Unit
⁰C
⁰C
V
mA
V
V
V
Unit
⁰
⁰
⁰
⁰
ms
ms
Communication Information
This display uses a built-in PIC16F690 for serial communication.
100mS delay is required upon power-up for the built-in PIC to initialize the display controller.
I2C protocol:
To enter the I2C mode, place a jumper on R1.
SDA and SDK have pull-up resistors (10K Ohm) on R7 and R8.
The default I2C address is 80 (50 hex). The I2C address can be changed to any 8-bit value by command
function, with the exception that the LSB (least significant bit) must always be ‘0’. Once the I2C address has
been changed, it will be saved in the system memory, and it will revert back to the default address if either RS232 or SPI protocol is selected.
The I2C interface is capable of receiving data at up to 100KHz clock rate.
SPI protocol:
To enter the SPI mode, place a jumper on R2.
SPI mode has a normally high level idle clock. When Slave Select is LOW, data is sampled on the rising edge of
the Clock.
The SPI interface is capable of receiving data at up to 100KHz clock rate.
RS-232 (TTL) protocol:
To enter the RS-232 mode, both R1 and R2 should be open.
The RS-232 signal must be 5V TTL compatible. Communication format is 8-bit data, 1 Stop bit, no parity, no
hand-shaking. Default BAUD rate is 9600, and is changeable with a command function. Once the BAUD rate
has been changed, it will be saved in the system memory, and it will revert back to the default address if either
I2C or SPI protocol is selected.
ASCII Text
To display normal text, just enter its ASCII number. A number from 0x00 to 0x07 displays the user defined
custom character, 0x20 to 0x7F displays the standard set of characters, 0xA0 to 0xFD display characters and
symbols that are factory-masked on the ST7066U controller. 0xFE is reserved.
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Table of Commands
Prefix
0xFE
0xFE
0xFE
0xFE
0xFE
0xFE
0xFE
0xFE
0xFE
0xFE
0xFE
0xFE
0xFE
0xFE
0xFE
0xFE
0xFE
0xFE
0xFE
0xFE
0xFE
0xFE
Command
0x41
0x42
0x45
0x46
0x47
0x48
0x49
0x4A
0x4B
0x4C
0x4E
0x51
0x52
0x53
0x54
0x55
0x56
0x61
0x62
0x70
0x71
0x72
Parameter
1 Byte
None
None
1 Byte
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
1 Byte
1 Byte
9 Byte
None
None
1 Byte
1 Byte
None
None
None
Description
Display Character Write (0x00 ~ 0xFF)
Display on
Display off
Set cursor
Cursor home
Underline cursor on
Underline cursor off
Move cursor left one place
Move cursor right one place
Blinking cursor on
Blinking cursor off
Backspace
Clear screen
Set contrast
Set backlight brightness
Load custom character
Move display one place to the left
Move display one place to the right
Change RS-232 BAUD rate
Change I2C address
Display firmware version number
Display RS-232 BAUD rate
Display I2C address
Changing the I2C Slave Address
Syntax
hexadecimal 0xFE
Length
1 byte
0x62
Execution time
100uS
100uS
100uS
100uS
1.5mS
1.5mS
1.5mS
100uS
100uS
100uS
100uS
100uS
1.5mS
500uS
100uS
200uS
100uS
100uS
3mS
3mS
4mS
10mS
4mS
[addr]
Parameter
Parameter
[addr]
Description
New I2C address, 0x00 – 0xFE
The LSB is always ‘0’.
Description
This command sets the I2C address. The address must be an even number (LSB = 0). The
address change requires 20 microseconds to take effect; therefore, the subsequent input
must have an appropriate delay. The default I2C address can be restored if SPI or RS-232
is selected as the communication mode.
Default: 0x50
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Changing BAUD Rate
Syntax
hexadecimal 0xFE
Length
0x61
[baud]
Parameter
Parameter
[BAUD]
Description
This command sets the RS-232 BAUD rate. The single byte parameter selects the desired
BAUD rate as in the table below. The new BAUD rate requires 20 microseconds to take
effect; therefore, the subsequent input must have an appropriate delay. The default
BAUD rate can be restored if I2C or SPI is selected as the communication mode. Illegal
parameter input will be discarded.
Parameter
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Description
1 byte
New RS-232 BAUD Rate, 1 - 8
BAUD
300
1200
2400
9600
14400
19.2K
57.6K
115.2K
Default: 9600 BAUD
Turn On Display
Syntax
hexadecimal 0xFE
0x41
Parameter
Parameter
None
Description
This command turns on the LCD display screen. The display text is not altered.
Default: LCD screen is on
Turn Off Display
Syntax
Length
None
hexadecimal 0xFE
Length
None
Description
Turn on LCD screen
0x42
Parameter
Parameter
None
Description
Turn off LCD screen
Description
This command turns off the LCD display screen. The display text is not altered.
Default: LCD screen is on
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Set Cursor Position
Syntax
hexadecimal 0xFE
0x45 [pos]
Parameter
Parameter
[pos]
Length
1 byte
Description
Put cursor at location specified by [pos], 0x00 to 0x67
Description
This command moves the cursor to a specified location where the next character will be
displayed. The typical cursor position for a 2-line 16-character display is show below; a
cursor position outside these ranges will not be viewable.
Column 1
0x00
0x40
Line 1
Line 2
Column 16
0x0F
0x4F
Default: After a reset, the cursor is on position 0x00
Home Cursor
Syntax
hexadecimal 0xFE
0x46
Parameter
Parameter
None
Length
None
Description
This command moves the cursor to line 1, column 1 of the LCD screen. The display text is
not altered.
Default: None
Turn On Underline Cursor
Syntax
hexadecimal 0xFE
Description
Position cursor at line 1 column 1
0x47
Parameter
Parameter
None
Length
None
Description
This command turns on the underline cursor.
Default: Underline cursor is off
Turn Off Underline Cursor
Syntax
hexadecimal 0xFE
Length
None
Description
Turn on underline cursor
0x48
Parameter
Parameter
None
Description
Turn off underline cursor
Description
This command turns off the underline cursor.
Default: Underline cursor is off
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Move Cursor Left One Space
Syntax
hexadecimal 0xFE
0x49
Parameter
Parameter
None
Length
None
Description
This command moves the cursor position left 1 space whether the cursor is turned on or
not. The displayed character is not altered.
Default: None
Move Cursor Right One Space
Syntax
hexadecimal 0xFE
Description
Move cursor left 1 space
0x4A
Parameter
Parameter
None
Length
None
Description
This command moves the cursor position left 1 space whether the cursor is turned on or
not. The displayed character is not altered.
Default: None
Turn On Blinking Cursor
Syntax
hexadecimal 0xFE
Description
Move cursor right 1 space
0x4B
Parameter
Parameter
None
Length
None
Description
This command turns on the blinking cursor.
Default: The blinking cursor is off
Turn Off Blinking Cursor
Syntax
hexadecimal 0xFE
Length
None
Description
Turn on the blinking cursor
0x4C
Parameter
Parameter
None
Description
Turn off the blinking cursor
Description
This command turns off the blinking cursor.
Default: The blinking cursor is off
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Back Space
Syntax
hexadecimal 0xFE
0x4E
Parameter
Parameter
None
Description
This command is destructive backspace. The cursor is moved back one space and the
character on the cursor is deleted.
Default: None
Clear Screen
Syntax
Length
None
hexadecimal 0xFE
Description
Move cursor back one space, delete last character.
0x51
Parameter
Parameter
None
Length
None
Description
This command clears the entire display and place the cursor at line 1 column 1.
Default: None
Set Display Contrast
Syntax
hexadecimal 0xFE
Description
Clear LCD and move cursor to line 1 column 1.
0x52
Length
1 byte
[contrast]
Parameter
Parameter
[contrast]
Description
This command sets the display contrast. The contrast setting can be between 1 and 50,
where 50 is the highest contrast.
Default: 40
Set Backlight Brightness
Syntax
hexadecimal 0xFE
Length
1 byte
Description
Set the display contrast, value between 1 and 50
0x53
[brightness]
Parameter
Parameter
[brightness]
Description
Set the backlight brightness level, value between 1 and 8
Description
This command sets the backlight brightness level. The value can be between 1 and 8.
Default: 8
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Load Custom Characters
Syntax
hexadecimal 0xFE
0x54
Parameter
Parameter
[addr]
[D0...D7]
Description
There is space for eight user-defined custom characters. This command loads the custom
character into one of the eight locations. The custom character pattern is bit mapped
into 8 data bytes. The bit map for Spanish character ‘¿’ is shown in table below. To
display the custom character, user has to enter the address of the character (0 to 8).
Bit
Byte 1
Byte 2
Byte 3
Byte 4
Byte 5
Byte 6
Byte 7
Byte 8
Length
1 byte
8 bytes
[addr] [d0 …d7]
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Description
Custom character address, 0 – 7
Custom character pattern bit map
4
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
3
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
2
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
Hex
0x04
0x00
0x04
0x08
0x10
0x11
0x0E
0x00
Default: None
Shift Display to the Left
Syntax
hexadecimal 0xFE
0x55
Parameter
Parameter
None
Length
None
Description
This command shifts the display to the left 1 space. The cursor position also moves with
the display, and the display data is not altered.
Default: None
Shift Display to the Right
Syntax
hexadecimal 0xFE
Length
None
Description
Shift the LCD screen to the left 1 space.
0x56
Parameter
Parameter
None
Description
Shift the LCD screen to the right 1 space.
Description
This command shifts the display to the right 1 space. The cursor position also moves
with the display, and the display data is not altered.
Default: None
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Display Firmware Version Number
Syntax
hexadecimal 0xFE
0x70
Parameter
Parameter
None
Length
None
Description
This command displays the firmware version.
Default: None
Display RS-232 Baud Rate
Syntax
hexadecimal 0xFE
Description
Display the firmware version number.
0x71
Parameter
Parameter
None
Description
This command displays the RS-232 BAUD rate.
Default: None
Display I2C Address
Syntax
Length
None
hexadecimal 0xFE
Length
None
Description
Display Baud Rate
0x72
Parameter
Parameter
None
Description
Display I2C Address
Description
This command displays the current I2C slave address.
Default: None
Example Initialization Program
See program code at http://www.newhavendisplay.com/app_notes/Serial_LCD.txt
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Built-in Font Table
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Quality Information
Test Item
Content of Test
High Temperature storage
Endurance test applying the high storage
temperature for a long time.
Endurance test applying the low storage
temperature for a long time.
Endurance test applying the electric stress
(voltage & current) and the high thermal
stress for a long time.
Endurance test applying the electric stress
(voltage & current) and the low thermal
stress for a long time.
Endurance test applying the electric stress
(voltage & current) and the high thermal
with high humidity stress for a long time.
Endurance test applying the electric stress
(voltage & current) during a cycle of low
and high thermal stress.
Endurance test applying vibration to
simulate transportation and use.
Low Temperature storage
High Temperature
Operation
Low Temperature
Operation
High Temperature /
Humidity Operation
Thermal Shock resistance
Vibration test
Static electricity test
Test Condition
Endurance test applying electric static
discharge.
Note 1: No condensation to be observed.
Note 2: Conducted after 4 hours of storage at 25⁰C, 0%RH.
Note 3: Test performed on product itself, not inside a container.
2
-30⁰C , 96hrs
1,2
+70⁰C , 96hrs
2
-20⁰C , 96hrs
1,2
+40⁰C , 90% RH , 96hrs
1,2
-20⁰C, 30min -> +25⁰C, 5min ->
+70⁰C, 30min = 1 cycle
For 20 cycles
10-50Hz, Gravity: 5G
30 min in each direction X,Y,Z.
For 15 minutes
VS=800V, RS=1.5kΩ, CS=100pF
10 Times
Precautions for using LCDs/LCMs
See Precautions at www.newhavendisplay.com/specs/precautions.pdf
Warranty Information and Terms & Conditions
http://www.newhavendisplay.com/index.php?main_page=terms
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Note
+80⁰C , 96hrs
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