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MSP430FR4133 thermostat reference design and LCD

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Hi,

BOM (http://www.ti.com/lit/df/tidrax8/tidrax8.pdf) of MSP430FR4133 thermostat reference design (http://www.ti.com/tool/TIDM-FRAM-THERmostat ) shows that 3.5inch LCD is provided /customized by TI.  Where can I find equivalent LCD so that I do not have to work on coding to adjust the LDC issues if I use any other ones. 

Thank you.

JKim

  • Jeongdai Kim
    Where can I find equivalent LCD so that I do not have to work on coding to adjust the LDC issues if I use any other ones.

    You probably can't. You'll most likely need to search for a controller-less LCD glass with the correct number and types of segments that you want from "standard" displays. You can almost never find off-the-shelf equivalents of custom displays.

    ~Brian


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  • In reply to Brian Boorman:

    You can find information on this particular LCD here:

    LCD Vendor: SHENZHEN PingXI Technology Co., LTD
    Website: http://www.pxlcd.com/html/en/index.php
    LCD Part Number: PX78013
    LCD datasheet: http://www.pxlcd.com/upfile/2014/12/09/20141209170847_933.pdf

    William Cooper, Marketing and Applications Director for the Temperature and Humidity Sensing business at Texas Instruments

  • In reply to William Cooper:

    William,  Thank you for the information.  I can read the datasheet, but search of PX78013 on the company website does not yield anything.  

  • In reply to Jeongdai Kim:

    Maybe this is not an off-the-shelf product everyone can by, although there is a link to the datasheet. Often those LCDs are custom made ones and somebody paid for the working tools.

    Dennis


  • In reply to Dennis Eichmann:

    That is correct. For more information on ordering the LCD, the vendor above can be contacted directly.

    William Cooper, Marketing and Applications Director for the Temperature and Humidity Sensing business at Texas Instruments

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