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    Hackers special lcds ZIJING

    Ok, I have these two lcds that I got from ZIJING electronics in taiwan or korea, somewhere over there. One of them is a 6x40 (pretty sure) big display, the other is a 2x20(again, I can't test them, so I have no idea. I just remember asking them for a 4x40, and not getting it )
    The big one has the part number ZJM12864B the little one is a MST01D002.
    These have never been used, touched, hooked to anything, etc. I don't know what the chipset is, they're epoxy covered. They probably need a controller chip/board.

    So, I've got 'em, and I don't know what they would be worth, let's see some interest, I'd love to figure it out. If someone wants them, please ask! I'll try to post pictures of them later, I'm having camera difficulties.
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    here's some pictures
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    and some more

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    URL for the big one... it's 128x64 dot matrix LCD, so standard parallel port stuff won't work.

    http://www.chinalcd.com/lcm/zj12864b.htm

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    Thank you, like I said, I don't have any idea what these are anymore, and I had forgotten the website. So how would I use it?

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    look at that website, find out what controller chips those are, find out what kind of signal they accept, (serial/parallel etc...) find if there's any existing PC interface software, wire it up and go.

    Much harder than HD44780 based LCD's because the software support might not exist.

    *edit* could be 44780 compatible: (pinout)

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    can anyone out here even read that page? If so, please post what you know!
    Thanks
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    More info, and ideas on how to program for this LCD:

    http://www.geocities.com/dinceraydin/lcd/gfxintro.htm

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    Wow, that was quick, thank you!

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    wow, have you got this screen working? it looks like it would be pretty cool, if you get it working post pics

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