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Wiring the Nokia 3210/3310.
#1
Wiring the Nokia 3210(LPH7677), 3310(LPH7779), Philips PCD8544, resolution 84x48.
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Datasheet Pcd8544
lcdh_driver

More...(sorry, only Russian).
#2
non of these links actually works!
Is this a hoax or do they exist?
If soo, anyone care to share?

/brighteye
#3
Anyway.. i got my hands of the datasheet for the pcd8544 lcd so i'll just post the link to it here if it might help anyone.

http://users.skynet.be/bk317494/datasheet/pcd8544.pdf

/brighteye blink.gif
#4
The links had worked!
I add the driver i had downloaded from there. In the rar file you will also find the schematics for the wiring.

EDIT sad.gif Arg...Could not upload a rar file. You have to rename the attachment to pcd8544.rar and unpack it in the controller path


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#5
Thanx a bunch man!
Now ill just have to see if i can make use of this wink.gif

/Brighteye
#6
Nice work man biggrin.gif

Can i use the wiering that you use to ligth the ericsson display with the 3210 display?
I'll be using 2 or 3 led's.
Thanks.
#7
@rifer

please can you send me the source of your lcd driver? so if some changes are made on the driver interface the driver stays current.
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#8
Hello!

How did you connect the wires to the glas of the display?
I tried to fix a flexible wire with sticky tape and metal clamps, but it fell off.
But before that I had a clean picture on the display, which I couldn't believe.
Nice work man!

So how did you do it? Could you post a picture of the backside?

Thanks a lot!!

Sanji
#9
simply solder your wires onto the small pins on the back of the display. thats what i did.
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#10
You soldered directly on the glas??

I have no pins, there are just the contact areas where the conductive rubber is placed on. I must say that i just have the plain display, no frame, no pcb. just the glas with the chip on it. I once had to disassemble my 3210, because I needed the conductive rubber for my cpu.... rolleyes.gif

#11
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You soldered directly on the glas??


no of course not, thats why i wrote "the small pins on the back"
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#12
Do you have the 3310 version?
because i can't remember any pins on the frame of my 3210. it was just the acryllic frame with the rubber connecting the display to the pcb.

Maybe i should try to get an old 3310.
#13
yea its a blue/white 3310. they are very cheap on ebay.
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#14
QUOTE (Sanji @ 4.Jul.2004, 19:23)
Hello!

How did you connect the wires to the glas of the display?
I tried to fix a flexible wire with sticky tape and metal clamps, but it fell off.
But before that I had a clean picture on the display, which I couldn't believe.
Nice work man!

So how did you do it? Could you post a picture of the backside?

Thanks a lot!!

Sanji

I lost some time a build a PCB to attach the display....



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#15
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please can you send me the source of your lcd driver? so if some changes are made on the driver interface the driver stays current.


URL=http://rifer.alkom.ru/lcdh8544.lpt.rar]Source driver[/URL]


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#16
thx
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#17
Hello!
I have a problem getting the display to work.

I now have got a 3310 display, the one with the pins, but it won't work. I triple and quattro checked the wiring to the LPT plug (ok there aren't that many wires, but who knows?) so the last possibility i encounter is that i just turned the display. (pin 1 soldered to wire 8). maybe you can have a look at my picture and tell me if there's something wrong.

The thing is, with the 3210 display it worked for a short time. I also checked the voltage at pin 4 and 5 of the LPT (4.3V at the display pin), also initialized the display several times. But i can't figure it out.

Thx in advance!!!


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#18
Come on! Does no one have an idea???huh.gif
I forgot to write my pinning into the picture.

On the right side is my wire 1 (display pin RES to LPT pin 3),
and on the left is my wire 8 (display pin VDD to LPT pin 4+5).

And as you can see did I use a Tantal Cap, with + connected to display pin 2. Is that possible or will it only work with a normal metal cap?
And, besides, on the 3210 there were no other parts connected to the display, but the 3310 has actually 2 caps built into the display. Does that make a difference??
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thx
#19
I suggest u try contacting rifer directly
#20
Sanji
It is necessary non polar capacitors 1-2,5mF.


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