Nokia LCD

An interface for controlling a 130x130 Nokia mobile phone display.

Nokia LCD

There are a number of different hardware breakouts available for these panels. See:

The LCD panels themselves also vary, particularly whether they use an Epson or Philips driver. This library aims to support both types. Fiddle with the type parameter if yours doesn't seem to work.

Hello World!

Import program

00001 // Hello World! for Nokia LCD, sford
00002 // - LCD6610 is for newest Sparkfun breakout
00003 
00004 #include "mbed.h"
00005 #include "NokiaLCD.h"
00006 
00007 NokiaLCD lcd(p5, p7, p8, p9, NokiaLCD::LCD6610); // mosi, sclk, cs, rst, type
00008 
00009 int main() {
00010     lcd.background(0x0000FF);
00011     lcd.cls();
00012     lcd.fill(2, 51, 128, 10, 0x00FF00);
00013     lcd.fill(50, 1, 10, 128, 0xFF0000);
00014     lcd.locate(0,3);
00015     lcd.printf("Hello World!");
00016     for (int i=0; i<130; i++) {
00017         lcd.pixel(i, 80 + sin((float)i / 5.0)*10, 0x000000);
00018     }
00019 }

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On other displays, you may also have to wire e.g. VBATT (the screen backlight) to 3.3v

Library

Import library

Public Types

enum   LCDType { LCD6100 , LCD6610 }
 

LCD panel format.

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Public Member Functions

  NokiaLCD (PinName mosi, PinName sclk, PinName cs, PinName rst, LCDType type=LCD6100)
  Create and Nokia LCD interface, using a SPI and two DigitalOut interfaces.
int  putc (int c)
  Write a character to the LCD.
int  printf (const char *format,...)
  Write a formated string to the LCD.
void  locate (int column, int row)
  Locate to a screen column and row.
void  cls ()
  Clear the screen and locate to 0,0.
void  pixel (int x, int y, int colour)
  Set a pixel on te screen.
void  fill (int x, int y, int width, int height, int colour)
  Fill an area of the screen.
void  foreground (int c)
  Set the foreground colour.
void  background (int c)
  Set the background colour.

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