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  1. Thought I'd start a new topic for this since a few of us are getting one. Poking around their website, it appears http://noritake-vfd.com/gu512x32h-3900b.aspx supersedes the units being given away, which is GU512x32h-3900. That display is what's on the Christmas tree at http://noritake-vfd.com landing page and these kits: http://noritake-vfd.com/networkdisplaykit.aspx and http://noritake-vfd.com/messageselectorkit.aspx. Reading through datasheets and sites the unit has RS232 and parallel interfaces, 4 bit input and 8 bit GPIO that can respond to or activate external components. It requires both 5v and 24v, has normal command and graphic DMA modes, supports macros in flash that can run unsupervised / without external MCU, and 32K + 64K(*4) flash rom. I'm thinking this might be a candidate to include in the dashboard on my motorcycle if it's not too large, and I can coax 24v from the bike somehow.
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