I2C VFD Module: GU140X32F-7064B
Aug 14, 2014
[QUOTE=chipmikro]I can't see the link for this promotion. [frown][/QUOTE]


This promotion has ended but new evaluation kit sample will be available soon. Thank you for your continued interest in Noritake Co., Inc. and its full line of VFD modules and services.
I2C VFD Module: GU140X32F-7064B
Aug 14, 2014
I keep getting an error when submitting the form. Really interested in this!

This is the error:
Warning: mysql_connect() [function.mysql-connect]: Access denied for user 'noritake'@'pleskw1' (using password: YES) in F:\inetpub\vhosts\\httpdocs\includes\functions\CHANGEME\noritake-database.php on line 31
Could not connect

I retried and it kicked me back to the main item page. No confirmation of submission so I have no clue if it submitted or erred out.

Got it working this time.
GE-7000 Series
Feb 25, 2014
Your link doesn't work. Anywhere to purchase these things? I have disliked using the cheap chinese OLED displays as they have longevity issues from my experience. I am anxious to try your displays out and see if they work better
Apr 25, 2014
  1. Did you have problem getting started with the module?
  2. How did you connect the display with your device
  3. What did you use the display for?
  4. Which processor/MCU/OS did you use?
  5. What type of commands would you like to see?

1) It was a bit unwieldy at first. I had some issues being a bit of a novice programmer. My guess is that for the more advanced programmers it was a bit difficult.
2) Serial
3) I attempted to make a long scale data logger. Showign a variety of values averages and a chart. I suceeded at everything but the chart
4) Arduino
5) Simple graphing would be nice [biggrin] More than anything, more example code for novices to dig into. Maybe better explained example code. Something that helps novices like myself or people even more novice than me get going.