1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 30, 2014 6:47 PM by DaKn_263916

    SSD1803A LCD

    GeMo_285911

      Hi everybody,

         

        I have a problem with a new LCD I bought for my project. It is a Raystar LCD using a SSD1803A chip, communicating over an I2C bus. Can anybody, please tell me, if this chip is compatible to the components in PSoC Creator (I2C character LCD), or I should look for another display.

         

      Thank you!

        • 1. Re: SSD1803A LCD
          DaKn_263916

          If this part is command compatible with NXP per -

             

           

             

          Command format

             


          This parameter has two options. If NXP PCF2119x + custom commands is selected this means
          that component uses embedded support of NXP PCF2119x command protocol and also it allows
          user to enter any extended (custom) commands that NXP compatible LCD module supports. The
          custom commands can be entered in the Custom Commands tab. If you plan to use the LCD
          with a command set that is different than the NXP PCF2119x select Custom format. In this
          case, you enter the required commands in the Custom Commands tab. You can also enter any
          other commands supported by the specific LCD module in the Custom commands table.

             

           

             

          Or you work with the custom command creator.

             

           

             

          You should also check your LCDs AC specs against the I2C specs of PSOC.

             

           

             

          Regards, Dana.