GE-7000 Series
Feb 25, 2014
[QUOTE=Prawit Korsri]Hi

          now i got GE256X64B-7032B 2 pc , i can't find AVR libraly in "Code library" from main page. Where can i find it?[/QUOTE]

GE256X64B-7032B has same command set as GU-7000 Series therefore you can use the GU-700 code library.
Link to the code library:
On line 28 of config.h, set the "NORITAKE_VFD_MODEL_CLASS" to "7003"

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GU-7000 Series
Feb 25, 2014
[QUOTE=kylej1050]I've got a GU144x16D-7053B and have not been able to get this code to work. Below is the example code.

[CODE]#include #include #include #include #include #include // **************************************************** // **************************************************** // Uncomment one of the communication interfaces below. // GU7000_Serial_Async interface(38400,3, 5, 7); // BAUD RATE,SIN,BUSY,RESET //GU7000_Serial_Sync interface(3, 5, 6, 7); // SIN,BUSY,SCK,RESET //GU7000_Serial_SPI interface(3, 5, 6, 7, 8); // SIN,BUSY,SCK,RESET,CS //GU7000_Parallel interface('R', 8,9,10,11, 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7); // Module Pin#3=RESET; BUSY,RESET,WR,RD,D0-D7 //GU7000_Parallel interface('B', 8,9,10,11, 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7); // Module Pin#3=BUSY; BUSY,RESET,WR,RD,D0-D7 //GU7000_Parallel interface('N', 8,9,10,11, 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7); // Module Pin#3=nothing; BUSY,RESET,WR,RD,D0-D7 // // **************************************************** // **************************************************** Noritake_VFD_GU7000 vfd; void setup() { _delay_ms(500); // wait for device to power up vfd.begin(144, 16); // 140x16 module vfd.interface(interface); // select which interface to use // Enter the 4-digit model class number // E.g. 7040 for GU140X16G-7040A vfd.isModelClass(7053); vfd.isGeneration('B'); // Uncomment this for B generation vfd.GU7000_reset(); // reset module vfd.GU7000_init(); // initialize module // Print Noritake on screen. vfd.print("Noritake"); } void loop() { }[/CODE]

My wiring is 100% correct, just nothing on the screen. If I take the SIN wire off and connect it randomly I can get random text on the screen so I know the display works. I downloaded the code above and it did not work in Arduino IDE 1.0.5.


Can you replace your library with the attached?
GU-7000 Series
Feb 25, 2014
[QUOTE=Tristan]Yes, that is the same code I was referring to.

Are you using the SCK-7003-112X16G-N16?[/QUOTE]

there was mistake in the example code, try the code below:

[CODE]void setup() {
  _delay_ms(500);           // wait for device to power up
  vfd.begin(112, 16);       // 140x16 module
  // Enter the 4-digit model class number
  // E.g. 7040 for GU140X16G-7040A
  vfd.interface(interface); // select which interface to use
  //vfd.isGeneration('B');    // Uncomment this for B generation
  vfd.GU7000_reset();       // reset module
  vfd.GU7000_init();        // initialize module
  // Print Noritake on screen.

The line
[CODE] vfd.interface(interface); // select which interface to use[/CODE]
needs to come before
  //vfd.isGeneration('B');    // Uncomment this for B generation[/CODE]
GU-7000 Series
Feb 25, 2014
Try the attached sketch. Worked on Arduino 1.0.5.