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Nokia displays with Gadgeteer


#1

Have anyone used the cheap Nokia LCDs to display gfx/text with their projects?

Got a few laying around and tought they might be usefull.

Got one Nokia 3510i LCD with a S1D15G14 controller that seems to be the easiest to solder. Tried to bit bang the clock/cs/data/rest pins from regular digital pins - but with no luck so far.
Also tried to use SPI (peeked at the Display N18 Module’s source code). Also no luck…

Any pointers?


#2

If there is an Arduino driver for it, I would port that.


#3

Here is what I’ve found so far:

pinout

Info about pinout’s
http://hobbyelektronik.org/VB/gLCD/S1D15G14/
http://serdisplib.sourceforge.net/ser/nokcol_15g14.html

Some info about the LCD panel - and a lib (ctrl+f S1D15G14)
http://serdisplib.sourceforge.net/

Interfacing with PIC
http://minhdanh2002.blogspot.no/2011/03/interfacing-nokia-3510i-and-5110-lcd.html

Some info about the display
http://articulo.mercadolibre.com.mx/MLM-430323796-arduinomodulo-lcd-grafico-nokia-3510-a-color-spi-4k-colores-_JM

The controller

Some C source - this was my first attempt to port using bitbang’ing
http://320volt.com/nokia-3510i-lcd-s1d15g14-arayuz-hitech-pic16f628/

Edit:
http://web.archive.org/web/20091027093920/http://geocities.com/neil_manc/pic16f84/index.htm


#4

Looks like the Nokia 3510 and 5110 monocrome displays are more popular with Arduino. The 3510[em]i[/em] display is color and require some more memory/cpu to operate, that could be why…