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NHD-C160100DiZ-FSW-FBW doesn't give an acknowledge
« on: May 04, 2017, 03:10:24 PM »
Hello everyone!
I've got a NHD-C160100DiZ-FSW-FBW display and a Simcom sim5360 module. The display is connected correctly - that is for sure. I tried to get connected using a datasheet example (using Lua language), but the display doesn't get ACK-bit - the SDA line is staying HIGH.
Here is a modified code I am using now but there is still no ACK-bit. I would greatly appreciate any help from you.
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--/*****************************************************/
function I2C_out(j) --//I2C Output
print("~~I2C output '",string.format("0x%X",j),"':\r\n")
local d, n;
d=j;
n=0;
vmsleep(delay);
print("1. Sending 8 bits (n = [0,7])\r\n")
for n = 0,7 do --//send 8 bits
print("1.",n+1,".1) n = ", n, ", d = ",d, ", d and 0x80 = ",bit.band(d,0x80),". ");
if(bit.band(d,0x80) == 0x80) then --//get only the MSB
setHIGH(SDA);--SDA=1; --//If it is 1 then SDA=1
print("SDA to 1: SDA == ", gpio.getv(SDA),"\r\n");
else
setLOW(SDA);--SDA=0; --//If 0 then SDA=0
print("SDA to 0: SDA == ", gpio.getv(SDA),"\r\n");
end

vmsleep(delay);
print("1.",n+1,".2) SCL clocks\r\n");
print("SСL to 0: ")
setLOW(SCL);--SCL = 0;
print("SCL == ",gpio.getv(SCL),"\r\n")
vmsleep(delay);
print("SСL to 1: ")
setHIGH(SCL);--SCL = 1; --//clock in data
print("SCL == ",gpio.getv(SCL),"\r\n")
vmsleep(2*delay);

d = bit.lshift(d,1);--d=(d<<1); --//shift data byte left

print("SСL to 0: ")
setLOW(SCL);--SCL = 0;
print("SCL == ",gpio.getv(SCL),"\r\n")
vmsleep(delay);
end;

print("\r\n2.\r\n")

print("SDA to 1: ")
setHIGH(SDA);--SDA = 1;
print("SDA == ",gpio.getv(SDA),"\r\n")
vmsleep(2*delay);

print("SСL to 1: ")
setHIGH(SCL);--SCL = 1; --//clock in data
print("SCL == ",gpio.getv(SCL),"\r\n")
vmsleep(2*delay);

print("SСL to 0: ")
setLOW(SCL);--SCL = 0;
print("SCL == ",gpio.getv(SCL),"\r\n")
vmsleep(delay);

pinToIN(SDA);

--[
print("3. Wait until ACK:\r\n")
while(gpio.getv(SDA)==1) do --//wait here until ACK
print("SСL to 0: ")
setLOW(SCL);--SCL = 0;
print("SCL == ",gpio.getv(SCL),"\r\n")
vmsleep(delay);
print("SСL to 1: ")
setHIGH(SCL);--SCL = 1;
print("SCL == ",gpio.getv(SCL),"\r\n")
vmsleep(delay);
print("NACK (Sending '", string.format("0x%X",j)," (gpio.getv(SDA) == ",gpio.getv(SDA),"')\r\n");
end;

print("!!!!!!!!!!!ACK!!!!!!!!!!!!\r\n");
pinToOUT(SDA);
vmsleep(delay);

setLOW(SCL);--SCL = 0;
vmsleep(delay);
end;
--/*****************************************************/
function I2C_Start(void)
print("~~Start:\r\n")

print("SСL to 1: ");
setHIGH(SCL)--SCL = 1;
print("SCL == ",gpio.getv(SCL),"\r\n");
vmsleep(10)

print("SDA to 1: ")
setHIGH(SDA);--SDA = 1;
print("SDA == ",gpio.getv(SDA),"\r\n")
vmsleep(10)

print("SDA to 0: ")
setLOW(SDA);--SDA = 0;
print("SDA == ",gpio.getv(SDA),"\r\n")
vmsleep(10)

print("SСL to 0: ")
setLOW(SCL);--SCL = 0;
print("SCL == ",gpio.getv(SCL),"\r\n")
vmsleep(10)

print("~~(endstart)\r\n");
end
--/*****************************************************/
function I2C_Stop(void)
print("~~Stop:\r\n")

print("SDA to 0: ")
setLOW(SDA);--SDA = 0;
print("SDA == ",gpio.getv(SDA),"\r\n")
vmsleep(10)

print("SСL to 0: ")
setLOW(SCL);--SCL = 0;
print("SCL == ",gpio.getv(SCL),"\r\n")
vmsleep(10)

print("SСL to 1: ");
setHIGH(SCL)--SCL = 1;
print("SCL == ",gpio.getv(SCL),"\r\n");
vmsleep(10)

print("SDA to 1: ")
setHIGH(SDA);--SDA = 1;
print("SDA == ",gpio.getv(SDA),"\r\n")
vmsleep(10)

print("~~(endstop)\r\n");
end
--/*****************************************************/
function Show(text)
local n,i;
local page=0xB0;  --//first page
for i=0, 13 do --//100 pixels = 12.5 pages
I2C_Start();
I2C_out(Slave);
I2C_out(Comsend);
I2C_out(page);
I2C_out(0x10); --//column address Y9:Y6
I2C_out(0x01); --//column address Y5:Y2
I2C_Stop();
I2C_Start();
I2C_out(Slave);
I2C_out(Datasend);
for n=0, 160 do
I2C_out(text);  --//send data 4 times for grayscaling
I2C_out(text);
I2C_out(text);
I2C_out(text);
text = text+1;  --//point to next byte of data
vmsleep(10);
end
I2C_Stop();
page = page+1;  --//move to next page
end
end
--/****************************************************
--* LCD Initialization *
--*****************************************************/
function init_LCD()
I2C_Start();
I2C_out(Slave);

for n = 1, #initTable do
I2C_out(initTable[n]);
end

I2C_Stop();
end
--/*****************************************************/
--]]

--/****************************************************
--* MAIN *
--/*****************************************************/

Slave = 0x3F; --//slave address
--Comsend = 0x00;
--Datasend = 0x40;
initTable = {
0x00, --Comsend

-- Select partial display line (p. 56)
-- Sets the ratio within range of 16 to 128 (ICON disabled) or 17 to 129 (ICON enabled)
-- to realize partial display by using the 2-byte instruction
0x48, -- 1-st
0x64, -- 2-nd : 1/100 duty

-- ADC select (p. 62)
-- Changes the relationship between RAM column address and segment driver.
-- The direction of segment driver output pins could be reversed by software.
-- This makes IC layout flexible in LCD module assembly.
0xA0, -- ADC = 0: normal direction (SEG0 -> SEG127)

-- SHL select (p. 61)
-- COM output scanning direction is selected by this instruction which determines the LCD driver output status.
0xC8, -- SHL = 1: reverse direction (COM127 -> COM0)

-- Set Initial COM0 Register (p. 55)
-- Sets the initial row (COM) of the LCD panel using the 2-byte instruction.
-- By using this instruction, it is possible to realize the window moving without the change of display data.
0x44, -- 1-st
0x00, -- 2-nd scan from COM0

-- Oscillator ON Start (p. 62)
0xAB, -- This instruction enables the built-in oscillator circuit

-- Select Regulator Resistor (p. 60)
-- Selects resistance ratio of the internal resistor used in the internal voltage regulator.
-- See voltage regulator section in power supply circuit
0x26, -- 1+ (Rb / Ra) = 6.5

-- Set Electronic Volume Register (p. 60)
-- Consist of 2-byte Instructions
-- The 1st instruction set Reference Voltage mode,
-- the 2nd one updates the contents of reference voltage register.
-- After second instruction, Reference Voltage mode is released.
0x81, -- 1-st *****
0x18, -- 2-nd
-- 0x1C, -- 2-nd

-- Select LCD bias (p. 60)
-- Selects LCD bias ratio of the voltage required for driving the LCD.
0x57, -- 1/12
-- 0x56, -- 1/11 ****

-- Select DC-DC Step-up (p. 59)
-- Selects one of 4 DC-DC step-up to reduce the power consumption by this instruction.
-- It is very useful to realize the partial display function.
0x64, -- 3x times boosting circuit

0xE3, -- NOP (p. 64)
0xE3, -- NOP (p. 64)

-- Power control (p. 58)
0x2C, -- Internal voltage converter circuit is ON

-- Select DC-DC Step-up (p. 59)
-- Selects one of 4 DC-DC step-up to reduce the power consumption by this instruction.
-- It is very useful to realize the partial display function.
0x66, -- 5x times boosting circuit

0xE3, -- NOP (p. 64)
0xE3, -- NOP (p. 64)

-- Power control (p. 58)
0x2E, -- Internal voltage converter circuit is ON
-- Internal voltage regulator circuit is ON

0xE3, -- NOP (p. 64)
0xE3, -- NOP (p. 64)

-- Power control (p. 58)
0x2F, -- Internal voltage converter circuit is ON
-- Internal voltage regulator circuit is ON
-- Internal voltage follower circuit is ON

-- Set Bias Power Save Mode (p. 58)
-- This command is for saving the IC current consumption by Bias Power Saving
-- After this Instruction is set, Bias function is also working
0xF3, -- 1-st
0x00, -- 2-nd

-- Set FRC & PWM mode (p. 65)
0x96, -- 3FRC
-- 60PWM

-- Set Mode Register (p. 49)
-- 2-byte instruction to set Mode (EXT) and FR (Frame frequency control), BE (Booster efficiency control).
-- Booster Efficiency
-- The ST7528 incorporates software configurable Booster Efficiency Command.
-- It could be used with Voltage multiplier to get the suitable Vout and Power consumption.
-- Default setting is Level 2
0x38, -- 1-st
0x75, -- 2-nd
-- FR frequency = 70 Hz 20%
-- Booster Efficiency Level 2
-- The Instruction of EXT=1 Mode is available

-- Set FRC & PWM mode (p. 65)
0x95, -- 3FRC
-- 45PWM
-- 0x97, ****

-- 16-level (White Mode ~ Dark Mode) Gray Scale Display with PWM and FRC Methods
-- (p. 1)

--------------------------------------------------
--start 16-level grayscale settings
--------------------------------------------------
-- Set Gray Scale Mode & Register (p. 65)
-- Consists of 2 bytes instruction.
-- The first byte sets grayscale mode and the second byte updates the contents
-- of gray scale register without issuing any other instruction.
0x80, -- Set white mode and 1st frame
0x00, -- set pulse width

0x81, -- Set white mode and 2nd frame
0x00, -- set pulse width

0x82, -- Set white mode and 3rd frame
0x00, -- set pulse width

0x83, -- Set white mode and 4th frame
0x00, -- set pulse width
--------------------------------------------------
0x84,
0x06,
0x85,
0x06,
0x86,
0x06,
0x87,
0x06,
0x88,
0x0B,
0x89,
0x0B,
0x8A,
0x0B,
0x8B,
0x0B,
0x8C,
0x10,
0x8D,
0x10,
0x8E,
0x10,
0x8F,
0x10,
0x90,
0x15,
0x91,
0x15,
0x92,
0x15,
0x93,
0x15,
0x94,
0x1A,
0x95,
0x1A,
0x96,
0x1A,
0x97,
0x1A,
0x98,
0x1E,
0x99,
0x1E,
0x9A,
0x1E,
0x9B,
0x1E,
0x9C,
0x23,
0x9D,
0x23,
0x9E,
0x23,
0x9F,
0x23,
0xA0,
0x27,
0xA1,
0x27,
0xA2,
0x27,
0xA3,
0x27,
0xA4,
0x2B,
0xA5,
0x2B,
0xA6,
0x2B,
0xA7,
0x2B,
0xA8,
0x2F,
0xA9,
0x2F,
0xAA,
0x2F,
0xAB,
0x2F,
0xAC,
0x32,
0xAD,
0x32,
0xAE,
0x32,
0xAF,
0x32,
0xB0,
0x35,
0xB1,
0x35,
0xB2,
0x35,
0xB3,
0x35,
0xB4,
0x38,
0xB5,
0x38,
0xB6,
0x38,
0xB7,
0x38,
0xB8,
0x3A,
0xB9,
0x3A,
0xBA,
0x3A,
0xBB,
0x3A,
--------------------------------------------------
0xBC, -- Set Dark mode and 1st frame
0x3C, -- set pulse width

0xBD, -- Set Dark mode and 2nd frame
0x3C, -- set pulse width

0xBE, -- Set Dark mode and 3rd frame
0x3C, -- set pulse width

0xBF, -- Set Dark mode and 4th frame
0x3C, -- set pulse width
--------------------------------------------------
-- end grayscale settings
--------------------------------------------------

-- Set Mode Register (p. 49)
-- 2-byte instruction to set Mode (EXT) and FR (Frame frequency control), BE (Booster efficiency control).
-- Booster Efficiency
-- The ST7528 incorporates software configurable Booster Efficiency Command.
-- It could be used with Voltage multiplier to get the suitable Vout and Power consumption.
-- Default setting is Level 2
0x38, -- 1-st
0x74, -- 2-nd
-- FR frequency = 70 Hz 20%
-- Booster Efficiency Level 2
-- The Instruction of EXT=0 Mode is available

0xAF -- Turns the display ON
};
delay = 10


pinToOUT(SCL)
pinToOUT(SDA)
pinToOUT(RST)
pinToOUT(CSB)

print("CSB to 0: ")
setLOW(CSB)
print("CSB == ",gpio.getv(CSB),"\r\n")
vmsleep(5);

print("RST to 0: ")
setLOW(RST)
print("RST == ",gpio.getv(RST),"\r\n")
vmsleep(100);

print("RST to 1: ")
setHIGH(RST)
print("RST == ",gpio.getv(RST),"\r\n")
vmsleep(100);

init_LCD();

--The end
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