Ling Su wrote:
> Could anyone told me what is the differences between the Epson EG9013
> and the Sharp LM32019? I am seriously considering to buy one for my
> uCsimm, I'd like to know the exact differences and prices. Could
> anyone kindly give me some clue? Another simple point, need I build a
> board to hook up uCsimm and the LCD panel? Regards,-Ling
The EG9013 is a 640x480, the LM32019 is 320x240, both displays are
monochrone (Black + White). They both cost approx the same, about US$65
available from 'http://www.flat-panel.com/'. The EG9013 is an 8 bit
interface and needs a clock delay + 4 bit latch to present the data to
the display. The LM32019 needs no external hardware to make it run,
just hook it up to the appropriate lines of the MPU.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From:Iain Galloway
> To: ucsimm@uClinux.com
> Sent: Tuesday, May 02, 2000 2:48 PM
> Subject: Re: [uCsimm] LCD issues
> FAI has some damaged LM32019T parts in stock...
> These are probably parts that have just been returned.
> Future Active Catalog LM32019T-DAMAGED
> These are probably available at a good discount.
> Of course, new parts are also available.
> Tom Walsh wrote:
> > David Beckemeyer wrote:
> > > On Mon, May 01, 2000 at 03:46:37PM -0400, Tom Walsh
> > > wrote:
> > > > Just about any monochrome 1/4 VGA screen will work with
> > > the DragonBall.
> > >
> > > Can you be a little more specific? What are some good
> > > suppliers in
> > > small quantities? Who stocks/sells monochrome 1/4 VGA
> > > LCDs?
> > >
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> > One supplier that I have obtained "refurbished" and new
> > LCDs from is: 'http://www.flat-panel.com'. I have
> > purchased the Epson EG9013 and the Sharp LM32019 displays,
> > both of them work on the DragonBall. The prices are not
> > too bad, you can outfit yourself with a nice LCD + a touch
> > panel for less than $100.
> > For interfacing to a touch panel, look at my schematics
> > 'http://www.openhardware.net/Users/TomW/' to see how to do
> > it with an SPI A/D converter. If you want the configs for
> > the display controller programmer, read the sources
> > available on the site, or send me email for the data.
> > .... Come to think of it, I think that that would be
> > another link on the resources page, settings for the
> > differing LCDs I have used.
> > TomW
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