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Active Matrix Graphic VFD Module
GW64x32C-K610A
q 64 x 32 Fine Dot Matrix
q Single 5V DC Supply
q Ultra High Brightness Display
q Wide Operating Temperature
q Async and SPI interfaces
This compact high brightness active matrix VF display module provides
a compact solution for miniature information systems.
The single 5V input power supply utilizes a unique patent applied
technique without any inductive components or electrolytic capacitors.
Please ask about custom commands and character fonts.
3.5Æ x 4
J4
J3
J2
J1
J0
Pin 1
19.6
51.0
55.0
9.72 19.0 25.0
15.7
9.95
3.0
2.0
PIN OUT
Pin Sig
Pin
1 Vcc
2
3 RX
4
5 GND 6
7 TX
8
9 MBusy 10
Sig
SCK
SI
SO
/RES
HBusy
Link 9 & 10 for SPI
Dimensions in mm.
tolerances.
6.0
50.8
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATION
Parameter
Sym Min Typ
Supply Voltage Vcc 4.5 5.0
Supply Current Icc
- 110
Logic High Input VIH 3.7 -
Logic Low Input VIL 0
-
Max
5.5
250
Vcc
0.3
Unit
V
mA
V
V
2.4
Condition
VSS=0V
Vcc=5V All dots
VSS=0V
VSS=0V
7.1
1.6
CHARACTER SETS
Uses patent applied PSU
which has no inductive components.
Brown out detector active when RES
is not connected.
MINI FONT (PROPORTIONAL SPACING)
ENVIRONMENTAL and OPTICAL SPECIFICATION
Parameter
Value
Display Area (XxY mm)
19.58 x 9.72
Dot Size/Pitch (XxY mm)
0.17 x 0.17/0.30 x 0.30
Luminance
3500 cd/m2 Typ
Colour of Illumination
Blue-Green (Filter for colours)
Operating Temperature
-30°C to +80°C
Storage Temperature
-40°C to +85°C
Operating Humidity (non condensing) 10 to 90% @ 25°C
5x7 FONT (FIXED SPACING)
SOFTWARE COMMANDS
Hex Command
00-0F Write user defined 8x8 icon in EEPROM to cursor
10+ Position Cursor where top left = 0,0 (10,x,y)
11 Set Pixel On at Cursor
12 Clear Pixel at Cursor
13+ Fill Area, co-ordinates inclusive (13,tx,ty,bx,by)
14+ Clear Area, co-ordinates inclusive (14,tx,ty,bx,by)
15+ Invert Area, co-ordinates inclusive (15,tx,ty,bx,by)
16+ Draw boxed outline, co-ordinates inclusive (16,tx,ty,bx,by)
17+ Draw line, diagonal allowed (17,tx,ty,bx,by)
18+ Send vertical graphic bytes (18, h/v inc, num, n1..n255 max)
19+ Send horiz. graphic bytes (19, h/v inc, num, n1..n255 max)
1A+ Download 8x8 icon to EEPROM. 1A,00-0F, n1,…n8
1B+ Extended Functions (Power Control and Semi-custom)
1C Select Mini Font
1D Select 5x7 Font
1E Select 10x14 Font
1F Select 20x28 Font
20-7F Write ASCII Characters
The module defaults to a 4 x 10 character display using the 5x7 font with
single pixel spacing. The cursor position auto increments after each
character write. The bottom left of a character is placed at the cursor x,y.
Data can be sent via the synchronous SPI or asynchronous RX input.
Transmitted data is 'E' for error or 'R' at power on or module reset.
The M(odule) Busy line indicates the module is busy when high.
Connect the H(ost) Busy input to the MBusy to disable handshaking, which
is mandatory for SPI communication.
10x14 FONT (FIXED SPACING)
20x28 FONT (FIXED SPACING)
Baud
19200
9600
4800
2400
Parity
None
Even
Odd
J0
Open
Open
Short
Short
J2
Open
Open
Short
J1
Open
Short
Open
Short
J3
Open
Short
Open
CONTACT
Noritake Sales Office Tel Nos
Nagoya Japan: +81 (0)52-561-9867
Canada: +1-416-291-2946
Chicago USA: +1-847-439-9020
Munchen (D): +49 (0)89-3214-290
Itron UK: +44 (0)1493 601144
Rest Europe: +49 (0)61-0520-9220
www.noritake-itron.com
Subject to change without notice.
Doc Ref: 03291 Iss3 24 Jan 03
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SOFTWARE COMMANDS
Instruction
UDF Write
(BUSY = 14ms)
Hex
00H-0FH
Cursor Positioning
(BUSY = 50us)
10H+x+y
Pixel On
(BUSY = 14ms)
Pixel Off
(BUSY = 14ms)
Area Fill
(BUSY = 50us & 14ms [last byte])
Area Clear
(BUSY = 50us & 14ms [last byte])
Area Invert
(BUSY = 50us & 14ms [last byte])
Box Outline
(BUSY = 50us & 14ms [last byte])
Draw Line
(BUSY = 50us & 14ms [last byte])
11H
12H
13H+x1+y1+x2+y2
14H+x1+y1+x2+y2
15H+x1+y1+x2+y2
16H+x1+y1+x2+y2
17H+x1+y1+x2+y2
Vertical Graphic Write
(BUSY = 50us & 14ms [last byte])
Horizontal Graphic Write
(BUSY = 50us & 14ms [last byte])
UDF Store
(BUSY = 50us and 4ms for each UDF data byte)
18H+dir+num+data
19H+dir+num+data
1AH+UDF+data
Escape
(BUSY = 50us)
Mini Font
(BUSY = 50us)
5x7 Font
(BUSY = 50us)
10x14 Font
(BUSY = 50us)
20x28 Font
(BUSY = 50us)
ASCII Write
(BUSY = 14ms)
ESCAPE COMMANDS
Automatic Latch
(BUSY = 50us)
PSU Off
(BUSY = 50us)
Luminance
(BUSY = 50us)
Manual Latch
(BUSY = 50us)
PSU On
)(BUSY = 50us
RESET
(BUSY = 15ms)
1BH+x…
1CH
1DH
1EH
1FH
20H-7FH
1BH+41H
1BH+46H
1BH+4CH+n
1BH+4DH
1BH+4FH
1BH+52H
Description
Display user defined character (0-15) at current cursor position. The cursor is shifted 8 pixels
on each UDF write. All UDF characters have an 8x8-pixel format and can be defined using
the ‘UDF Store’ command.
Set cursor position. X = 0 to 63, Y = 0 to 31. The cursor can be positioned off-screen in the
vertical direction. The cursor position is automatically advanced on each character write. A
cursor position of 0,0 defines the top left-hand corner of the display.
Turn off single pixel at current cursor position.
Turn on single pixel at current cursor position.
Turn on all pixels within co-ordinates x1, y1 to x2, y2. The first co-ordinates x1, y1 should
point to the top-left of the area, and x2, y2 should point to the bottom-right.
Turn off all pixels within co-ordinates x1, y1 to x2, y2. The first co-ordinates x1, y1 should
point to the top-left of the area, and x2, y2 should point to the bottom-right.
Invert all pixels within co-ordinates x1, y1 to x2, y2. The first co-ordinates x1, y1 should point
to the top-left of the area, and x2, y2 should point to the bottom-right.
Draw single pixel width box outline from x1, y1 to x2, y2. The first co-ordinates x1, y1 should
point to the top-left of the area, and x2, y2 should point to the bottom-right.
Draw a single pixel width line from x1, y1 to x2, y2. Both co-ordinates must be within the
display area.
e.g. 17H+00H+00H+3FH+1FH - draws a diagonal line from the top-left corner to the
bottom-right corner.
Display vertical graphic data (D7 uppermost). Data direction can be either horizontal (0) or
vertical (1). Data is displayed on last data byte sent. See ‘Graphical Data Writes’ below.
Display horizontal graphic data (D7 leftmost). Data direction can be either horizontal (0) or
vertical (1). Data is displayed on last data byte sent. See ‘Graphical Data Writes’ below.
Store user defined character (00H-0FH) in non-volatile EEPROM. Characters are in an 8x8-
pixel format The character data should consist of 8 vertical bytes with the MSB uppermost.
e.g. 1AH+05H+FFH+81H+81H+81H+81H+81H+81H+FFH - defines a box at user defined
character 05H.
05H - display box character
Perform extended command, see ‘Escape Command’ table below.
Select proportional mini font. The cursor movement amount is dictated by the width of the
character written, plus a one-pixel gap.
Select 5x7 font (default). The cursor is advanced by 6 pixels on each character write.
Select 10x14 font. The cursor is advanced by 12 pixels on each character write.
Select 20x28 font. The cursor is advanced by 24 pixels on each character write.
Text is written to the display in the selected font. The cursor is moved right on each character
write, if the end of the display is reached, the cursor will move back to the left-hand side of
the display.
All data written is immediately displayed. (default)
Turn off the VFD Module’s PSU. All data communication remains active.
Set display luminance level n = 0 (display off), 1 (minimum) to 7 (maximum). (default = 7)
All hidden data is displayed. All subsequent written data is hidden until the next manual
latch command. This can be helpful for slow display updates.
Enable VFD module’s PSU. (default)
Reset module to power on defaults. Luminance level is set to maximum. Display is cleared.
5x7 font is selected. Automatic latch is enabled. Cursor is positioned to 0,7. ‘R’ is sent to
the host.
GRAPHICAL DATA WRITES
CURSOR
POSITION
MSB
DATA
DIRECTION
CURSOR
POSITION
MSB
DATA
DIRECTION
CURSOR
POSITION
DATA
DIRECTION
MSB
CURSOR
POSITION
DATA
DIRECTION
MSB
Vertical Data & Horizontal
Movement
Vertical Data & Vertical
Movement
Horizontal Data & Horizontal
Movement
Horizontal Data & Vertical
Movement
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GW64x32C-K610A


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Description VFD Module
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