The display driver library package is optimized for use in small embedded systems using LCD or OLED display modules with display controller chip types in the KS07xx display controller family. Feature list Display controller family features This library package is optimized for the KS07xx display controller family All dot matrix display screen sizes supported by display controller configurable. For instance: 64x64, x64, x64, x, etc. Supports degree screen rotation. Standard conforming C source code. Processor and OS independent driver code.
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Did you use this instructable in your classroom? Add a Teacher Note to share how you incorporated it into your lesson. It should be using the SPI bus rather than a parallel interface. It will have around 14 pins which will be labelled with names like those listed below. Choose one that has a fairly wide tail with pins spaced at 1. Make sure it has a a UC chip. Study my pictures carefully. The flexible tail is quite easy to solder but it requires an adapter so you can plug it into a breadboard.
An SOP chip has a pin spacing of 0. You will also need some header pins. Whenever I buy an Arduino or other module, it comes with more header pins than are needed so you probably already have some. Otherwise, search eBay for "2. Solder 14 of the header pins onto the adapter. Make sure the pins are on the SOP side of the board i.
The pads of the tail are in a sort of window. Tin both sides of them with solder. Tin the pads of the adapter. Tie some thread through the holes in the adapter to act as strain relief. I used "transformer wire". Take the pins out one at a time and move them to the other side of the board. Add Tip.
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