A small and simple breakout board for Sharp Memory LCD displaysDesigned by Kuzyatech, Ships from United States of America
Update December 2017 New, lower price is in effect! Update September 2016: Added option to install 5V boost. Note: as of July 2016 all our stock is now green boards, not purple as shown on the pict...Read More…
Update December 2017 New, lower price is in effect!
Update September 2016: Added option to install 5V boost. Note: as of July 2016 all our stock is now green boards, not purple as shown on the pictures.
This is a simple breakout board for Sharp's new Memory LCD displays ( LS013B4DN02,LS013B4DN04, LS013B7DH03 as well as LS027B7DH01). It brings all pins to a 0.1" header and provides necessary caps and resistors. The new revision A2 also adds an optional boost converter for those wanting to run 5V display from sub 3.3V supply. The footprints are there, but parts are not populated to save cost. This is an open source hardware design under CC BY SA license. The display is not included as there are now several types of them, and depending on your needs you would be using a 5V or a 3.3V version or even the larger 2.7" version. Contact me and I'll point you to a source of displays. - Made in USA, including bare PCBs, assembly and test. Board size is 1.3"x1.5"
Arduino library by craftycoder can be found at: http://code.google.com/p/arduino-sharp-memory-lcd-gfx-library
Other libraries, untested by yours truly:
A fork of the above library created by hybernaut with support for Leonardo and Arduino Micro boards https://github.com/hybernaut/SharpMemoryLcd
Ti MSP 430 Launchpad library is at https://github.com/astuder/MSP430-sharp-LS013B4DN02-memory-display
NEW The smemlcd Raspberry Pi library https://github.com/wrobell/smemlcd by Artur Wroblewski provides C library (with Python 3 bindings) for Sharp Memory LCDs. At the moment only 2.7" LCD screen (LS027B7DH01) is supported.
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