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Low Power LCD with SPI interface

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Hello everyone,

I am in need of a low-power LCD with SPI interface. maximum character length is 20 and maximum number of lines is 4. Supply voltage is 3.3 V and current draw should not exceed 1 mA. Backlight is not necessary but would be an added advantage. Size should be compact, maximum length of 80 mm and maximum width of 80 mm.

Kindly recommend available options.

Thanks in advance
 
Hi,

I'd go to a distributor and try it's selection tool. Maybe need to try (or combine) different distributors / manufacturers to find all your requirements.

Btw: why not using a 4 digit 7 (or 14) segment display?
It has less than 20 characters and less than 4 lines...
This is what I use for low power designs. I use PCF8577, but it has I2C interface.

Klaus
 
State-of-the-art for dot matrix text displays is below 1 mA (e.g. 0.25 mA) current consumption in operation. Low power LED backligth starting at a few mA.
 
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