3310 Nokia LCD & PIC12F683

Not long ago I saw this link for a 3310 temp probe.
Now ive played with other LCD’s lots, but this one caught my attention because of the low power requirements (It runs from a single CR2032 Motherboard battery). I built the Temp probe as shown on the site and it worked well. I had several of the PCBs made, and decided that the others would be my own projects with the same hardware. I wondered what I could push this simple PIC and Nokia LCD into doing. I started by writing the base code from scratch. The simple routines to init the LCD and display on it. My first program shown above (The Unicorn) simply plotted a static picture from ROM onto the display.

3310 Nokia LCD

You can get the .hex file for the Unicorn picture on pic 12f675 here. The hardware as exactly as the original Temp probe spec (but you dont need temp probe, and set the jumper high).

You can get the source code here for the basic LCD setup.

For a laugh I thought id draw the HardOCP logo, you cant do much with 84×48 2colour!


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