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Winstar WG12864A-TMI-VN Graphic Display Negative Blue Mode 128 x 64 White LED
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Winstar WG12864A-TMI-VN Graphic Display Negative Blue Mode 128 x 64 White LED

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Brand: Winstar MPN: WG12864A-TMI-VN
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The Winstar Graphic Display Negative Blue Mode (128 x 64mm) White LED Backlight is a graphic LCD display that has a blue dot display and white LED backlighting.

  • Low power consumption
  • Graphic display
  • Winstar WG12864A series

Order code57-227457-227657-227857-2280
Mftrs. pt. no.WG12864A-NYG-VNWG12864A-YYH-VNWG12864A-TMI-VNWG12864A-CFH-VN
Module dimensions (mm)93 x 70 x 9.793 x 70 x 13.693 x 70 x 13.693 x 70 x 13.6
LCD typeSTN, Positive, yellow/green, reflectiveSTN, positive, yellow/green, transflectiveSTN negative, blue, transmissiveFSTN positive, transflective
Backlight typeNoneLED Yellow greenLED WhiteLED RGB
Supply voltage for logic max.6.7V6.7V6.7V6.7
Supply voltage for LCD max.16.7V16.7V16.7V16.7V
Supply current typ.2.5mA18mA18mA2.5mA

Number of characters128 x 64 dot
View area (mm)72 x 40
Active area (mm)66.52 x 33.24
Dot size (mm)0.48 x 0.48
Dot pitch (mm)0.52 x 0.52
View direction6 o'clock
Operating temperature–20°C to +70°C

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Clear and bright

Reviewed by: Mr Leslie Clarke - Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Possibly not for a beginner , as this 8 bit parallel module needs a fair bit of control code to deliver ,( I used 12 I/O, RW tied to gnd, RES to Vdd ) however the results are clear and bright and fast, I used a 10R current limit resistor on the back light ( 65mA measured ) pity the pin-outs are not labelled on the board. You will need a 20k preset pot for the LCD contrast I used a single turn, possibly a muliturn would be better as it was a little difficult to set correctly.