DIP Modules: Compact and pin mounted
Because of their design, DIP modules are extremely compact: there is no PCB overhang, no drilled holes for assembly and no contact pads for connectors or cables. The viewing area is optimally sized and the large font makes reading easier.
Fast, easy assembly
All displays are shipped with market-standard controllers. This means that the existing hardware and software can continue to be used unchanged.
The displays forming a series are compatible both in terms of pins and dimensions. It is therefore a simple matter to use both a text display (e.g. 2 x 16) and a graphics display (e.g. 122 x 32) within a series without the need for any mechanical or hardware modifications. A subsequent upgrade, for example to 4 x 20 characters, is also possible without problems.
State-of-the-art display technology
Only top-quality materials are used. As a result, these displays are very easy to read and offer a high level of contrast. The design and manufacture of this display series guarantees minimum downtimes even under extreme conditions!
Very short delivery times
Because these displays are already being supplied in series production for hundreds of applications, we possess a large stock that allows us to cover even short-term requirements. This means that individual parts can usually be delivered ex stock and mostly hundreds of units are available.
With a standard operating temperature of -20..+70 °C, rapid response times are guaranteed even at -20 °C. Automatic temperature compensation is usually also built-in. 5V single-supply operation is possible in all cases thanks to the built-in voltage doublers (exception: EA DIP122).
4 series are currently available
... and brand new:
All the DIP modules at a glance
More informationen for the Design-In
Additionally to our service, to have a phone call to our development engineers, and to contact them directly by email at technik(at)lcd-module.de, we provide some more informations and help. Initialisation examples, schematic, information for character set, USB driver you do find at our page SUPPORT.
Last update: January, 22nd 2013