wiki:BeckmannEgle

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Beckmann+Egle

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This driver supports the serial "Mini-Terminals" made by Beckmann+Egle:

https://ssl.bulix.org/projects/lcd4linux/attachment/wiki/BeckmannEgle/mt20x4-kit.jpg?format=raw

With LCD4Linux-0.10, the new CompactTerminals are supported, too:

https://ssl.bulix.org/projects/lcd4linux/attachment/wiki/BeckmannEgle/ct20x4.jpg?format=raw

These controllers provide a lot of additional features, and my be extended with various modules: (from left to right: key module, I/O module, LAN module)

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Display Section

Display <name> {
    Driver 'Beckmann+Egle'
    Model     <string>
    Port      <string>
    Speed     <number>
    Contrast  <number>
    Backlight <0|1>
    Icons     <number>
}

Parameters

Driver'Beckmann+Egle'
Modelsee below
Portserial device the display is attached to (e.g.'/dev/ttyS2')
Speedthe baud rate from the display must match this value. Possible values are 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400 and 115200
Contrastinitial contrast (0..15)
Backlightinitial backlight state (0=off, 1=on)
IconsNumber of user-defined chars reserved for Icons (default: 0)

Models

The driver supports different displays, which can be selected with the Model parameter:

MT16x1MultiTerminal? 16x1
MT16x2MultiTerminal? 16x2
MT16x4MultiTerminal? 16x4
MT20x1MultiTerminal? 20x1
MT20x2MultiTerminal? 20x2
MT20x4MultiTerminal? 20x4
MT24x1MultiTerminal? 24x1
MT24x2MultiTerminal? 24x2
MT32x1MultiTerminal? 32x1
MT32x2MultiTerminal? 32x2
MT40x1MultiTerminal? 40x1
MT40x2MultiTerminal? 40x2
MT40x4MultiTerminal? 40x4
CT20x4CompactTerminal? 20x4

With the current lcd4linux 0.9.11, only the following "MultiTerminal?" display types are supported and must be specified in the configuration with the Type key:

TypeColumnsRows
0161
1162
2164
3201
4202
5204
6241
7242
8321
9322
10401
11402
12404

Configuration:

The driver needs/supports the following entries in lcd4linux.conf:

Display: "BLC100x")
Port: serial device the device is attached to (e.g."/dev/ttyS2")
Type: [columns]x[rows], e.g."40x4")


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