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    Hello, thank you very much for the tutorial!I 've recued an LCD, from a EPSON TX320 printer, I'ts market with IL040, but it isn't model number..,With reverse engineering I was able to get some information about the pins, but i could'n get to work-it with arduino...Do you have any idea how to do it?(I think...) It is a Graphic LCD 128x32, because the letters are clear and are NOT monospaced.(Possible) Pins:1 - 6.6 V (dc boost or capacitor bost)2 - 3.3v (SysLED & cap)3 - GND4, 5, 6 - 3.3v (I do not know if they are Vcc-SDA-SCL, but arduino could'nt work with it)7, 8 - 0v (zero volts, why?)---------1st photo: LCD mounted on "printer logic board"2nd photo: Possible Pinouts3rd PHOTOA tip for you, in this LCD (COG) has the model number marked (C2414Y) in a corner, but it is very...

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    Hello, thank you very much for the tutorial!I 've recued an LCD, from a EPSON TX320 printer, I'ts market with IL040, but it isn't model number..,With reverse engineering I was able to get some information about the pins, but i could'n get to work-it with arduino...Do you have any idea how to do it?(I think...) It is a Graphic LCD 128x32, because the letters are clear and are NOT monospaced.(Possible) Pins:1 - 6.6 V (dc boost or capacitor bost)2 - 3.3v (SysLED & cap)3 - GND4, 5, 6 - 3.3v (I do not know if they are Vcc-SDA-SCL, but arduino could'nt work with it)7, 8 - 0v (zero volts, why?)---------1st photo: LCD mounted on "printer logic board"2nd photo: Possible Pinouts3rd PHOTOA tip for you, in this LCD (COG) has the model number marked (C2414Y) in a corner, but it is very difficult to see, it is possible to see with a (light enviroment) reflection over the lcd and put it under a dark background. A magnifying glass may be required.***I'ts possible to see the "hidden" model number on another non-labelerd COG LCD's***

    Hello, thank you very much for the tutorial!I 've recued an LCD, from a EPSON TX320 printer, I'ts market with IL040, but it isn't model number..,With reverse engineering I was able to get some information about the pins. But does not work with arduino...Do you have any idea how to do it?(I think...) It is a Graphic LCD 128x32,Because the letters are very defined and are NOT monospaced.Pins:1 - 6.6 V (dc boost or capacitor bost)2 - 3.3v (sys LED & cap. to GND)3 - GND4, 5, 6 - 3.3v (I do not know if they are Vcc-SDA-SCL, but I'm think it)7, 8 - 0v (zero volts, why?)LAST PHOTOA tip for you, in this LCD (COG) has the model number marked (C2414Y) in a corner, but it is very difficult to see, it is possible to see with a (light enviroment) reflection over the lcd and put it under a dark b...

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    Hello, thank you very much for the tutorial!I 've recued an LCD, from a EPSON TX320 printer, I'ts market with IL040, but it isn't model number..,With reverse engineering I was able to get some information about the pins. But does not work with arduino...Do you have any idea how to do it?(I think...) It is a Graphic LCD 128x32,Because the letters are very defined and are NOT monospaced.Pins:1 - 6.6 V (dc boost or capacitor bost)2 - 3.3v (sys LED & cap. to GND)3 - GND4, 5, 6 - 3.3v (I do not know if they are Vcc-SDA-SCL, but I'm think it)7, 8 - 0v (zero volts, why?)LAST PHOTOA tip for you, in this LCD (COG) has the model number marked (C2414Y) in a corner, but it is very difficult to see, it is possible to see with a (light enviroment) reflection over the lcd and put it under a dark background. A magnifying glass may be required.---I'ts possible to see the "hidden" model number on another non-labelerd COG LCD's--

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  • PcharlyG commented on yasintoda's instructable Parabolic solar oven1 year ago
    Parabolic solar oven

    drop little quantity of water in the plywood. It Could help you to bend your plywood sheets.

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