Nokia 7110 Library

Hey guys it seems like the Nokia 7110 LCD is getting pretty famous out there and a lot of people are in need of code for it. Here is my own custom library. Nicely commented and with a sample Main.c file to get you started. It includes some features like Fade, Typed, Style(underline,crossed out). I hope you find it useful.

Code: [Download]


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7 responses to “Nokia 7110 Library”

  1. Roman says :

    Hi Jason, this is quite useful, very nice. Can you post a photo of your setup here on this blog.

  2. Khalou says :

    thanks Atomsot, You have a very nice exemple,
    can you help me to do some exemple,

  3. Geraldes says :

    Hi Jason,
    Thanks for sharing this usefull library.
    I have been playing with it a bit, but despite being able to display test strings on the lcd, I have not been able to output the contents of variables in my code to the lcd, stuff like time, temperatures etc calculated in the code.
    Can you help?

    Thanks a lot


  4. Ritvars says :

    So long time from your post is created but anyway.
    i did not find which C compiler is used in 7110 lib and demo. I have tried Hitech C and Microchip C18 and without luck. Just tell me which one is used.

  5. Ritvars says :

    Me too. Now is the second problem with compilation.
    Seems the font table is to large to fit in PIC18F2525 flash memory.
    Can you provide for me linker script? At this moment i do not have enough experience to make script self.

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