The world wide most flexible Display Series
Superflat, Text, Graphic, SPI, various colors
This new display series
was specially developed for low-power hand-held applications. For the first time it is possible to operate a standard display at 3.3V! 5V operation is for the character displays also possible.
All colors from 1 pc. off
Currently, 8 different sizes are available, each of which do come in STN yellow/green, reflective, STN blue, FSTN positive and negative:
Six different colors are available as backlighting:
Simply clip the display and the backlighting unit together and you have up to 23 possible combinations.
Ultra thin construction
With a height of just 2.0(2.8) or 5.8(6.4) mm. And this has been achieved without any special construction, but rather with easily processed pins with a pitch of 2.54 mm.
For further information, please compare to the relating data sheet:
Simulation for Windows
A great help for orientation in the "colour-jungle" the DOG-Simulator is an excellent tool: all displays (text and graphic) as well as all different backlight options can be simulated on screen. Free of charge!
The test board EA 9780-2USB adapt all display with its multiple sockets. Even all modules with and without backlight are supported.
The displays do show the individual text and pictures from simulator immediately - without any development action. In addition to that the backlight can be switched on and off. This makes possible a realistic test operation. Without the need to write software or to create any hardware adaptor. Immediately and as easy as ABC.
Character Set and Fonteditor
With the ordering code EA USBSTICK-FONT a memory stick comes with various character sets, especially made for displays from DOG series.
The export function generates a C- and Basic source code as an include file to your software.
Design-In and Support
Additionally to our service, to have a phone call to our development engineers, or to contact them directly by email an email@example.com we provide some more informations and help.
DOG Module Series
Last update: March, 19th 2013