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Michael Karas
10/15/13 06:33
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Beaverton Or
USA


 
#190049 - Standard???
Responding to: Richard Erlacher's previous message
Doubtful if there is any standard what so ever.

The 2x7 or 1x14 Connector layout for character LCD modules is typical but not standard!! When these are used they just include the signals for the LCD controller chip interface.

When a 2x8 or 1x16 layouts are used it is typical that the two added pins provide the A and K connections for the LCD backlight.

When the stripline connector is used on an LCD any header is typically installed away from the LCD face so that any cable routing goes out the rear away from the panel that the LCD would mount behind. I do not think that Mahmood ever meant to imply that the cables and/or headers would be installed on the face side of the LCD module.

Michael Karas




List of 13 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
LCD Adapter Assembly / Cable      Michael Karas      10/08/13 15:03      
   headers and plugs      Joseph Hebert      10/08/13 17:57      
      Grunch On Ribbon Connectors      Michael Karas      10/08/13 22:26      
         Solution      Joseph Hebert      10/09/13 10:01      
            Point Taken      Michael Karas      10/09/13 11:18      
   two solutions      Mahmood Elnasser      10/09/13 03:09      
      Almost      Michael Karas      10/09/13 05:37      
         pin layout      Mahmood Elnasser      10/09/13 05:52      
            Re-Poking Pins      Michael Karas      10/09/13 08:17      
   I've seen this, but is it "standard"?      Richard Erlacher      10/14/13 09:21      
      Standard???      Michael Karas      10/15/13 06:33      
         Doubtful if there is any standard what so ever.       Andy Neil      10/18/13 11:35      
         Standard is probably a poor choice of terms ...       Richard Erlacher      10/21/13 12:58      

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