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  1. A few years ago a lot of people on the forum were playing with the 96x68 Nokia 1202 LCDs. Did any of you try to run them at less than 3.3v? I would like to try powering one with a CR2032, so I would plan on giving it about 2.8v. The datasheet for the ste2007 says it works down to 2.4v but I would be curious to know if this screen can do that. Also, if anyone has measured the current consumption, that would be good to know too. I read somewhere that it is around 0.2mA.
  2. Specs: 1.3" 96x68 pixels controlled backlight 5 tact switches with RC debouncing STE2007 driver Code: 1202_booster_pack.cSTE2007.hfont_5x7.h
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