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MarkH_61
Employee

Attached is a component that I created for the Color Graphics LCD shield based on the Nokia 6100 display. They can be found at Sparkfun and other web sites such as ElecFreaks and even Ebay.  There are two versions of the display, one with a Philips controller and another with an Epson controller.  I tested the one with the Philips controller, but could not find one with the Epson controller test it.  If anyone knows where I can get one with a Epson controller, let me know and I'll test it and make updates if needed. 

   

It is hardware compatible with the new (Arduino hardware compatible) PSoC 4 CY8CKIT-042 board as well as the FreeSoC Explorer board that uses the PSoC 5LP.  The component of course supports both PSoC 4 and PSoC 5LP and has been optimized for a 32-bit controller.   You can also easily wire it to one of the other Cypress Development boards with a few jumper wires.

   

Below is a couple of  places you can get the display shield.  The one from ElecFreaks is very bright, but you need to add one more signal to drive the backlight control, (D10 Arduino) or P3[4] high on the PSoC 4 CY8CKIT-042 board.  The display I purchased from Ebay also work right out of the box.

   

Sparkfun

   

ElecFreaks

   

Ebay

   

The attached file contains the component library and a simple program that provides example code for most of the functions.  I plan to post a PSoC4 and PSoC 5LP waveform display project in a week or two as well, that uses this same display if there is any interest.  The example project is for a PSoC4, but it can be changed to a PSoC 5LP as well.

   

Best regards,

   

Mark

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EvPa_264126
Valued Contributor II

Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes! Now we have this component. Thank you so much.
Perhaps this will help kmmankad))):
http://kmmankad.blogspot.ru/2013_02_01_archive.html
 

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Anonymous
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Almost 2 yrs later ... thank you Mark.

   

Picked up display -- shown in Element14's Pioneer board scope project -- on eBay also, and to my amazement the project was built error free and board programmed.

   

I'll dive into your ZIP file next.

   

Much appreciated.

   

Steve P.

   

Saratoga

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MarkH_61
Employee

That is the way it is suppose to work.  I'm glad it worked well for you.

   

 

   

Mark

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Anonymous
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Hi Meh,

   

I ported your code to run on CY8CKIT-044 PSoC® 4 M-Series Pioneer Kit. I got compiler errors regarding to incompatible pins and pins selected are fine. Do you have a chance to run GLCD on this board? Technically, it should word for all PSOC 4s

   

Please see project file attached,

   

Thanks,

   

Biet

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Bob_Marlowe
Expert II

You just need to open the library project and update the components to latest version. Same with the original project.

   

 

   

Bob

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Anonymous
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Thank you, Bob, It compiled. I will post the project back once I am able to display it in my LCD.

   

Biet

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JoBe_1088971
New Contributor

Excellent very appropriate, thanks

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