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need data sheet or info for pixma mp800 printer lcd screen

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Hi, Im new to all this forum stuff so please forgive me if i do this wrong
I have an lcd screen from a Pixma MP800 printer. It has a code 0544 5 94v0 and another code EDT REV.C 20-20576-2 made in taiwan
Nice little full colour screen and id like to use it on a robotics project my son and I are working on so Im looking for some data sheets or schematics for it.:cool:
 

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My guess is it's from Emerging Display Technologies

Based on the service manual it's a 320x240 3.5" STN color display.

You'll probably have to go through each of the display datasheets to find the one that matches, unless Cannon had a custom display made specifically for that printer.
 

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I found this old thread by google search.

Because i can't reopen it, i want to post here more information to help reusing the display.
I hope someone is still interested too an have an idea how to get it working again.

EDT_display_PCB.jpg EDT_display_front.jpg

With the information

0544 5 94v0
EDT REV.C 20-20576-2
made in taiwan

I contacted the friendly EDT support for help an got answer:

"...the only number found (20205762) is actually a PCB number which is used on several different modules. We did have a standard 3.5" CSTN (EOL already) having 20 pins as shown below, however, I really do not know if this is the one you dissembled from the printer, so I'll suggest that you double check with your supplier of the printer."

EDT-pinout.jpg
 

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