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  1. Decided to try out the glass touchpanel that Noritake so graciously sent to me a while back (see http://forum.43oh.com/topic/5167-noritake-capacitive-touch-keypad-sample-offer/ ). Used Energia to talk to the panel via I2C and was pretty pleased with the overall performance of the panel. I used the numeric underlay that was one of the included paper templates. The key mapping codes weren't intuitive so hopefully this can save some time if you decide to put one of these panels into play. Test setup (please forgive the phone camera picture quality): #include <Wire.h> void setup() { Wire.begin(); Serial.begin(9600); // start serial communication at 9600bps pinMode(P2_3, INPUT); } int reg3 = 0; // setup variable for Noritake key press status register 3 int reg4 = 0; // setup variable for Noritake key press status register 4 void loop() { if (digitalRead(P2_3) == LOW) // check if CHANGE line from touch controller has sensed a key press { Wire.beginTransmission(28); // Initiate I2C to touch controller PC at address 0x28 Wire.write(byte(0x03)); // sets register pointer to read from register 3 (0x03) Wire.endTransmission(); // Wire.requestFrom(28, 2); // request 2 bytes from slave device at 0x28 if(2 <= Wire.available()) // if two bytes were received { reg3 = Wire.read(); // receive byte from register 3 reg4 = Wire.read(); // receive byte from register 4 if (reg3 == 8) // Test values to see which key was pressed and print translated result to the screen { Serial.println("Keypress = 7"); } else if (reg3 == 4) { Serial.println("Keypress = 8"); } else if (reg3 == 2) { Serial.println("Keypress = 9"); } else if (reg3 == 32) { Serial.println("Keypress = 4"); } else if (reg3 == 16) { Serial.println("Keypress = 5"); } else if (reg3 == 1) { Serial.println("Keypress = 6"); } else if (reg3 == 64) { Serial.println("Keypress = 1"); } else if (reg3 == 128) { Serial.println("Keypress = 2"); } else if (reg4 == 8) { Serial.println("Keypress = 3"); } else if (reg4 == 1) { Serial.println("Keypress = *"); } else if (reg4 == 2) { Serial.println("Keypress = 0"); } else if (reg4 == 4) { Serial.println("Keypress = #"); } } delay(200); // delay to prevent multiple print outs of the data to the screen } } Here is the terminal output when a familar three key sequence is entered. Keypress = 4 Keypress = 3 Keypress = 0
  2. You know the drill. Same kind of promotion as http://forum.43oh.com/topic/4358-noritake-graphic-vfd-128x32-free-sample/. Link: http://www.noritake-elec.com/evalkit-sample.php?id=sample Expires 31 Jan 2014 at 7:00 PM CST. Description from the site:
  3. Saw it this weekend but didn't get to post it. They sent out an email this morning. End of year Holiday 50% Discount Sale Thank you for your interest in Noritake VFD modules and services. We appreciate your business and want to thank you by providing 50% off Noritake Onlineshop products. Please enter the following coupon code before checkout: EYHD1213 Coupon code will be valid from 12/6/2013 to 1/5/2014 and available for United States and Canada only. Noritake Onlineshop: http://noritake-vfd.com/
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