Nov
17
2011

Try our new compact display giveaway

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About the Author: Cody Johnson

Design Engineer

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  • I plan to use this as a vehicle status display for my Car.
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  • I want to use the display in a simple FM radio which uses the SI4735 receiver on a chip. The dot matrix diaplay not only allows me to display text but signal strength meters and spectrum displays
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  • Alarm monitoring or speaker zone controller
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  • I would like to use the display in my audio soucrce selector project.
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    Tx

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  • Text & graphic display for experimenting with Parallax Basic Stamp and other microprocessors.
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  • I would like to use the display in an embedded GPS project.
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  • I plan to use this as a vehicle status display for my Car.
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  • I`m developing a log/speed meter for a sailing catamaran. A graphics display will help see the performance of the vessel.
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  • My GU144X16D-7053B will be used on my home automation energy saver system
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  • I will use this to make an instrument simulator
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  • I want to use this in a generic status display for weather data, network status, etc. I haven’t decided yet on whether this will be USB attached to a PC or a network attached Arduino.
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  • My Wife was just discharged from a nursing home last week. She has to take a total of 24 pills per day. They’re taken at six different times. I started a clock using 6 leds and 6 adjustable timers to tell her when to take them. I think your display would be more attractive. Her nurse has requested, I build one for her too.
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  • i would like to use this display in a weather station I’m building
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  • I plan to use the GU144X16D-7053B
    in a custom electric guitar project I am working on..
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  • I plan to use the display in a small public art piece to interact with the partipant.
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  • I plan to use this module in an outdoor access control system.
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  • I have used LCD’s in projects and would like to use a VFD for a display in project that will be used outside in full sunlight.
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  • Option 1:I would like to use this display with my iRobot Create which has a hacked USB missile Launcher attached! I control it with my Android phone via bluetooth and Arduino.
    Option 2: I belong to a paintball group in NJ. We have a field set up for “modern warfare” with a command center. One scenario we have uses a suitcase “device” that counts down and sounds an alarm if it is not deactivated within 2 minutes. Adding a display that can be clearly seen would be a great addition!
    Options 3-xx: Hmmm so many possibilities!
    Thanks!
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  • I am looking forward to using this display in my next Propeller project
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  • I intend to use the CU20024-UX3J display for the data readout ie.(Speed ,RPM. ,Oil/H2O temps, EGT,Fuel level) etc. driven by a Arduino in a MAZDA 13B Rotary powered 2×1 Trike design I am currently involved with. I expect the display to be easier seen and read in direct daylight conditions than LCD/LED displays.
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  • I am starting a new series of learning projects with the PICAXE and would like to use the display in my projects.
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  • I am starting a new series of learning projects with the PICAXE and would like to use the display in my projects.
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  • i am starting a new series of learning projects for the PICAXE and would like to use the display in these projects.
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  • We are designing a wireless remote temperature sensor for the home control market.
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  • i want to use this on my rc aircraft to display battery voltage remaining on powerpack.
    i also want to experiment with this and an arduino.
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  • I like to use your display on a tranistor tester that I had in mind.
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  • I look forward to incorporating this into a “doomsday device” for a series of short films.
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  • Thank you for this promotion. The display looks to be a good fit for my project.
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  • I may use for a MIDI project
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  • Looking to try an alternative to the LCD display in a power supply project being controlled by a PIC Microcontroller.

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  • We have a wireless themormeter project.
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  • Will be using to display GPS coordinantes from a radio control plane
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  • I would like to use this display for vending machine instructions.

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  • Very cool giveaway. Thank you and Merry Christmas!

    I will use this display with a home automation system I’m building using the Arduino platform.
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  • This is awesome! I am teaching my daughter electronics, this is a perfect item to catch and hold her interest. Thanks so much.
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  • I would like to use the display to interface to an arduino to graph temperature measurements.
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  • I want to run a display for heat and fan speed on my pc tower.
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  • I would like to use the display on a Smart Home Energy project I am developing.
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  • I am learning how to use these displays. I would like the CU20024-UX3J.
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  • I plan to use the CU16024-UX3J in a microchip programmer course I am taking.
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  • Saw your ad in Nuts & Volts magazine. I would like to try your display on a Command & Control telemetry project that I am developing for a remote amateur radio repeater site.

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  • To be used with an Arduino controlling a small seed-starting shed.
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  • I would like to use the display to provide temperature and feedback for evaporator control to make maple syrup. On an Arduino control unit I am designing.
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  • To be used with the basic stamp.
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  • I’m developing Arduino based weather station for APRS. Think the CU20024-UX3J might be perfect for my display needs. Looking forward to trying it out. Thanks for making this offer.
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  • Saw this in N&V and was very happy to try a VFD display that would work in place of the more common LCDs. Plans are to use it for a PC status display.
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  • I plan to use the GU144X16D-7053B display in a custom HAM radio antenna pan/tilt controller I am building.
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  • This looks like an awesome addition to my 3D printer!
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  • Could be fun to try out
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  • I want to use the display with my Arduino processor board to display status from my weather station board
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  • To consider for incorporation in the design of an alarm system.
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  • Very nice displays to use with Arduino and other hobby projects.
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  • I have been very interested to try a display of this type as the main control display for a digital function generator
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  • I always wanted to try coding my own clock
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  • I’d try my hand at some clock animiation with both numerical and text scrolling
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  • I would love to use the display for a new clock design!
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  • Great looking modules!
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    • I’ll be making an “approximate clock”; one that tells the approximate time through words.
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  • Would love to have one of these to add a cool look to one of several home projects… Probably the first would be to track scoring on a pachinko machine, of all things… Just for fun. We already use similar displays for user interfaces at work, but the VFD look is so much cooler than LCD.
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  • I plan to use the display to make a clock that can show moon phases and perhaps tide level too.
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  • I have two ideas: One is an “about” clock that gives you the approximate time – who cares if the time is exact to the nearest millisecond – we all say “its nearly half-past two”, not “its twentry-eight minutes and 32 seconds past two”, so I’d like to create a clock that gives you the time as a useful expression: “Almost 10 to five”, “just coming up to quarter past four” etc.
    The second idea is an algorithmic phase/proverb generator – I have worked on algorithms to generate seemingly genuine phrases, e.g. “Though the moon is smaller than the earth, it is further away” etc. As these phrases are algorithmic and non-deterministic, its fascinating to see what turns up… you just don’t know…
    I also quite like the idea of using a little-known physical property of VFDs – they can act as triode valves/tubes, and thus can double as both displays and part of an amplifier or radio – it would be interesting to see if the two properties (acting as a triode and a display) could be combined in a single device, e.g. a radio…

    Cheers

    Nick
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  • I’m going to use it to display random patterns based on the time of day.
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  • I want to use this display in a prototype bluetooth device that uses an Android app to assist hearing/speech impaired children to communicate.
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  • Would like to start a new project with this unit. Ideally as the panel for blue tooth connection to show what would be displayed on my nixie B7971 tube setup (Showing text and control information). Controlled by Arduino.
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  • I’d like to use this display as part of a data acquisition system I’m developing for automotive testing.
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  • I would like to use the chosen display for a clock project!
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  • I’m hoping to be able to connect this with Arduino and other VFDs.

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  • I am working on an OBDII code reader project and this would make an excellent display for it.
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  • I’d like to use this display to keep track of what my cats are up to. Specifically, the food bowl could use a monitor. I’ll set up an Arduino with a couple phototransistors to see if any cat is eating at the moment, and a simple spring scale with three microswitches to tell me if the bowl needs refilling.

    The display will show an animation of a cat eating, and of the food bowl fullness.

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  • These displays stand out in a crowd, not the same LCD/LED displays you see everywhere. I’m going to try this one for an art project, hopefully showing up at the next Artomatic.
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  • I would like to use this display for a temperature logger/monitor

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  • Not happy that this turns out to be a contest and NOT a giveaway.
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  • I can’t wait to use this for the video display for my tire monitor
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  • Not sure yet what I’ll use it for but I have some projects coming up that could use a cool display.
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  • WOULD LIKE TO TRY IT IN CAR PROJECT

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  • I will use the display for a large battery charger.
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  • I plan to interface this display with my Arduino environment monitoring system. I’ve Chosen: GU144X16D-7053B

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  • I plan to use the display to indicate the frequency of a receiver and the local time
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  • I plan on using it to display weather info (temp, humidity and pressure) from my backyard.
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  • Will make my Camry coupe’s 3-axis G-meter look *awesome* at night (daytime too…)!
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  • I would like to use as a graphical display with arduino boards.
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  • I would like to display GPS coordinates
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  • It’s a toss up, but I have chosen the GU144X16D-7053B to use in attempt to create a home brewed oscilloscope.
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  • Planning to use with a GPS location system.
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  • I will use it for the display of an event logger.
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  • I am working on a digital impedance bridge and would like to evaluate the display.
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  • I’d like to use this in a clock project that I have in mind.
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  • I would use the display on a control board for an animatronics setup.
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  • I have always wanted to try one of these Noritake CU20024-UX3J display modules and this giveaway may give me the perfect opportunity. I will use the display in a wireless receiver I am working on for my homebrew/beer making setup.
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  • Will use the display in a pellet stove controller for status messages and user instructions.
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  • Can’t wait to try one of these sweet little displays!
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  • I’m planning on using the display for a remote controlled sprinkler system

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  • How I’d use a Noritake compact fluorescnt display…

    The project that I’ve just begun will be a modification to an Arduino project that a user posted on Instructables, called, Addressable Milk Bottles (LED Lighting + Arduino). This project can be found at “http://www.instructables.com/id/Milk-Bottle-LED-Lights-Arduino-Controlled/”.

    My modification will first be the addition of more lighting units. Then, I will add the ability to dim the lights (values from 0-255, stepping by 20-25) individually or as an entire group. There will be other nice features, and the fluorescent display will be used to display the menu for selecting/modifying/deleting optional settings. I will also have to think of some way to display the current status on the in a brief way.

    I hope to install the display in a stylish brushed aluminum case. The case will contain the Arduino, a power switch, and the flourescent display. All settings will be controlled be a wired, hand-held controller plugged into the case.

    That’s the plan.
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  • I will use for my weather station.
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  • Multi-user access control interface for a church. Need lots of display to give clear directions to elderly church members.
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  • I am anxious to see how bright this display is for real
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  • thinking to use this with my Ardunino for operator’s interface
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  • I plan to use the display on a water well controller that I am developing for limited production wells.
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  • I would use the display on my controller which flashes Christmas lights to music.
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  • I have been a long time user of character LCD displays and lately I have been homebrewing a serial interface using PIC microcontrollers for my control applications. I would like to try out a VFD display with a built in serial interface for comparision. Thanks for the chance to try one out!
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  • I’m starting on development of an energy saving thermostat. Utilizing a special algorithm to predict heating or cooling requirements in the future will allow the ‘stat to keep the occupants comfortable while slowly trending towards the future requirement while using the least energy.
    I agree, the advertisement in Nuts & Volts was misleading.
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  • I would like to try your display on a project I’m working on.
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  • Electrical problems in vehicles are notoriously hard to find. After battling with an electrical problem or the possibility of simply a bad battery on a motorcycle, I decided that the best way to catch problems from the beginning was to measure and log the status of the battery. So I am designing an on-board battery monitor for motorcycles. I will use the display to show various information about the battery status.
    -Sergio.
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  • I would use this as the display for a Model Train Throttle Controller on AVR based home-brew DCC system. The nice bright and clearly legible charcters would enhance the ability to read a a glance.
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  • Would use this as a temperature display.
    Did anyone else think that the Nuts & Volts ad
    violates FTC rules for false advertising?
    It says “A 100% FREE compact display for you!”
    But never says that it is a contest.
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    • Whether or not it violates the letter of the law, it definitely ain’t right. The ad says “100% FREE” and “absolutely Free!”, and reads like a true giveaway. Nowhere at all does it say it’s a contest. I’m willing to give them the benefit of the doubt, depending how they ultimately handle it. Somebody obviously goofed up. The measure of a company is how it handles things when they do something wrong.
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  • My application is an easy-to-read display for a pneumatic fluid dispensing control system.
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  • I am very excited to include this display to show the pressure differential and air velocity in a woodshop dust collection monitoring system.
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  • I would use it for a remote weather station display built using PIC microcontrollers. Thanks!
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  • I am planning on using this display for a personal project related to a customized GPS application for our local fire department (which I am a member of) to help direct equipment to obscure locations that are not part of a normal GPS database.
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  • Am using 16×2 LCD but have a daylight application in mind.
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  • These displays look well made. I have always enjoyed the soft glow of a VFD. I am a science and math teacher at a local private high school that enjoys introducing my students to new items in the field of prototyping. This display looks like a great way to output information.
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  • My plan is to use the display as part of an electric vehicle instrumentation system. The unit would indicate current operating conditions, how much power is left and any system faults.
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  • Will use the GU144X16D as interface to a portable DMX/RDM theater lighting effects controller.
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  • I have looked at your products in nuts and volts and on your webpage often but did not purchase a display because it seemed that your website was not set up for retail sales of one or two units. I will look again to make certain that I can purchase trial, hobbyist units after all. Now I am confused, I was sure that I had done this already?
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  • I have looked at your products in nuts and volts and on your webpage often but did not purchase a display because it seemed that your website was not set up for retail sales of one or two units. I will look again to make certain that I can purchase trial, hobbyist units after all.
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  • I plan to discover if this gives better visibility than my existing LCD panel…
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  • I plan on using this display on an arduino project that remotely notifies me when there is snail mail available in my mailbox.
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  • Will be used to display production count of products produced during manufacturing process. PIC will monitor, then output to display.

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  • I saw this in Nuts and Volts. I wish to use this display with a PICAXE project I am building to to display temperature in a metal working Forge.

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  • What to build a graphics display for an actuator test bed pneumatic controller.
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  • Want to replace a LCD on a project to make it look cooler.

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  • I am working on a telescope mount right ascension encoder system that will display the realtime tracking error. Your GU144X16D-7053B will be perfect for displaying the error signal.
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  • I will use this to build a POE powered LCD dispaly & kepad for my Home Automation system.
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  • I will replace the 2 line lcd display on my robot project or may just add it along side of it to give me more flexibility in displaying things such as distance from objects, signal strength, etc.

    Thank You!
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  • I will probably use this to replace the 20X2 LCD on a thermostat project I have been working on.
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  • While this looks like it could replace just about any small LCD, it seems perfect for an in-dash media player.
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  • To be used as display on Bonneville Salt Flats racer telemetry
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  • I think that it would be awesome to show more than just numbers and characters. This will really be an improvement to my project.

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  • I think that it would be awesome to show more than just numbers and characters. This will really be an improvement to my project.
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  • I would like to use it as the display for a solar tracker

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  • Developing a multi-purpose dash display for boats.
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  • Used as part of a Temperature monitor, monitoring various points on an oil fired boiler.
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  • I would like to use as a tachometer display.
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  • This display work well for small test instrument to analyze serial communications. I will use it to display digital timing and analog waveshapes for a serial communications analyzer.
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  • Hoping to use it with a PC to display status from various apps, email, tweets, home automation. Something mainly to use with the main displays off.
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  • I will use my display to monitor battery power to my mobile ham radio rig.
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  • I intend to introduce this display to my robotics projects class at UCSD.
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  • I intend to introduce these to my robotics projects class at UCSD.
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  • I plan on using this item with my Parallax Propeller Micro controller.

    Thank You
    Kevin
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  • I think that the GU144X16D-7053B looks like an ideal human interface for a robot.
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  • I plan to use the GU144X16D-7053B display to replace TIL 311 hex displays on my STG ELF 2K computer.
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  • I am planning to use this module as an external notification display for my desktop workstation. The events such as Email, Compilation complete, Errors, Twitter, IM message etc. This will be a multipurpose USB based output display.
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  • I plan to use it in a level control. display will show status and level via bar graph.
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  • I am building a battery charger/conditioner for Model RC airplanes and would like to use your display to show the battery voltage and current as well as the number of amp-hours of charge in the present cycle.

    Another project is to display telemetry data from the Model.

    Also working on a receiver to display temperature from a remote thermometer.
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  • I plan on using my display to complete a home thermostat that interfaces to my iPhone.
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  • This will be a great display for my MIDI project.
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  • Status display for home automation.
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  • I will use it for status display for my servers
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  • I will upgrade my method of debugging embedded, instead of a blinking led in a gpio, I will hang one of these on the spi or serial line and printf to it 😉
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  • I would like to use the GU144X16D-7053B as a discrete status display for my home automation system.
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  • I would like to use my chosen display (GU144X16D-7053B) to display messages and images from an ultrasonic water flow detector.
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  • gong to use it in my arduino hydroponic garden control project.
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  • I would like to use this display for a data logger and mini scope
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  • I would like to use the display for an automated can crusher powered with an Atmel 8051 microcontroller. The crusher will sense the presence of an aluminum can and actuate a linear actuator (150lb force) to crush the can. It will then drop the can in the recycling bin. The display will be used to display the total number of crushed cans, various diagnostics, and the approximate weight of the cans.
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  • Can’t wait to try my new display, I’ve always like the look of fluorescent displays.
    Looking to build an Reflow Oven Controller, that graphs the temperature.
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  • I would like to use this for a weather station I’m building.
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  • I look forward to finding an alternate to LCD displays
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  • I will use one of these for a ham radio project that I am building.
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  • I would like to use it for status and debuging for animatronics
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  • I read about your free display in the latest issue of Nuts & Volts. I’d like to try it with my students at school.
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  • I am going to interface this with my garden management/monitoring system I’m designing!
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  • We are interested in evaluating a dot matrix display for a diagnostic instrument we are designing to detect and decode ALERT RF packets used in Hydrological gauging stations. The GU144X16D-7053B seems very appropriate for our needs.
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  • I want to use one of these for an IR receiver/Debugger for a PIC project I’m working on. Would be VERY professional looking!
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  • I heard a lot about Noritake display, have never used it yet, so I would like to try to replace my current Microchip 16F877 LCD project with this one and compare.
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  • I am planning on making a network connected scrolling status display with graphics
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  • I have always enjoyed Noritake displays. I plan on building another pong game using and accelerometer and the GU144X16D-7053B.

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  • I am working on a information and control “computer” for my older truck, the display will be part of an overhead console similar to the type display units in more current cars, however mine will also display diagnostic codes, engine data, and system status messages in addittion to the standard tempratures, milage, compass headings Plus a bit more if I can pull it togather. A VFD is much better for this application over an lcd due to the lighting conditions in a car, the greater angle of veiwing, the clear easy to read characters and the fact that no backlight is required. Project to be based on either a PIC microcontroller or a basic stamp.
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  • I am working with the Parallax Propeller microcontroller chip on several projects including a tracked robot. I would like to use the disply for debugging and status information.
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  • Aw come on guys. Your Nuts & Volts ad clearly says “A 100% FREE compact display for you!” “Limit one per customer.” Oh yeah “See here for details: http://itrom.tv/NV12FREE” so I guess your drawing rules above let you off easy. Sparkfun.com gave away $200K worth of merchandise last year at their Free Day and a lot of people grumbled about that. Hopefully they will do something at least “random” as acts of kindness go, this year. I have been watching your advertisements in N&V and Servo? for a while now and believe you have an attractive product line. If I can stretch the R&D money out a little I’ll order one soon. In the meantime, maybe Congress will get their act together and figure out a way to get US Poor Folk a break and maybe the Ultra-Rich (or should I say ULTRA-RIECH ) Internationalists that hide out in and abuse this Country will be visited by Ghosts of Christmas Past. —
    I almost forgot — always looking for ways to display information from whatever source to “My Fellow Americans”. LCD’s have their place, but brighter, faster, is better and I hope you’re going to tell me that they are made right there in Red White and Blue – Arlington Heights, Illinois.
    Now if you think I’m about ready to say “Baa Humbug!!, you’re absolutely right. I will, however, also wish you the “Best of the Season and a Happy New Year” as well. So now Tiny Tim sing us out before the next commercial break.
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    • OK So I finally got to your main web site and see that Price point will probably keep me from ordering any of your clearly superior displays any time in the near future. — I was captivated by your companies history(which may preclude “Made in the USA”) and appologize for any of my comments which you or anyone else may have found offensize in any way. I would also like to thank Mr. M. Fukumura in advance for the beautiful Tokkuri and chokos that will forever remind me that thinking outside the box is an American tradition.

      Peace
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  • Looking forward to comparing to backlit LCD for project displays. Thanks.
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  • Plan to use the display in a iButton, FEZ Panda II time keeping system.
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  • Dual channel graphic equalizer.
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  • Thank you Noritake!
    I plan to use this display with a heart rate and oxygen monitor based on an Arduino.

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  • I will use it in a robot project
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  • I plan on finishing up a sat tracker with two tv rotors.
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  • I thought this was was your standard “get a free sample” because we have a great product type of giveaway. So it turns out to be some pointless “contest” based on a random draw? WTF?
    Noritake – Grow up and don’t play these games.

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  • For a robot display, run by a modified router.
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  • I will use this for a general purpose display on a project.
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  • Kind of interesting how the NV advertisement makes no mention that it’s a drawing, making seem like an actual giveaway rather than a means to collect email addresses and facebook IDs.

    • I dont think you have to worry, once they figure out how great it would be to have everyone with any developement need, having their product in hand, they will likely just give them to everyone. In fact I’m just guessing they will give us one of everything, to cover all the bases. Merry Christmass.
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    • I second the expression of annoyance.
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  • I would love to use one of these for a timer project.
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  • Im looking to use this on a home made digital gauge cluster on a vehicle.
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  • I will use in upcoming class I’m teaching
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  • I am learning how to program PIC. I need a display to to work with. This would be awesome to have to learn with.
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  • I plan to use this with my TI MSP430 microprocessor projects to display scrolling messages, time and temperature, etc.

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  • I plan to use this with my TI MSP430 microprocessor projects to display scrolling messages, time and temperature, etc.

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  • I want to use the display in robotic and ham radio applications.
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  • I want to use the display to show the image obtained from a small camera.
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  • I would like to use the display for a temperature controller in my work shop. It would be easy to see from a distance.
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  • I am interestd in replacing using LCD displays with your VFD display, especially in applications that require a scrolling display. Ghosting is a big problem with LCDs when scrolling text. It makes them almost unreadable.

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  • Building a portable network tester.
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  • I want to use the display in amateur radio applications. Thank you.
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  • I built a prototype automotive status console displaying internal and external data displaying text on a conventional 20X2 LCD using serial data comm from the micro chip. I’ve been looking for a more compact and bright display possibly with graphics that is easy to read day or night and in sun glare. The CU2002-UX3J could be the display needed for this automotive application.
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  • Have always wanted to try VFD
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  • I’m building a sous vide cooker, and I would love to use this for the display.
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  • I am looking forward to trying out one of your VFDs in my next project. Thanks!
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  • I would like to use it in my robotics project.
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  • I would like to use this display in my data acquiring project.
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  • I currently use a lot of 2 x 24 LCD parallel displays in my designs but I have several projects that require more uP pins so these serial displays will free up more pins for other uses.
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  • I plan to use the display module to the readout of a Li-Po battery tester

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  • I would like to use this display for a simple test instrument.

    In the past I used Noritake displays (only glass without controller) and I was very satisfied.
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  • I want to learn how to use displays.
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  • I’d like to try this display in an antenna positioning system.
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  • Can’t wait to try it!
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  • Thanks for providing a sample display for a piece of custom lab test equipment
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    Plan to use it as a status display for an automated beer brewing system.
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  • I plan to use the display on several pieces of test equipment I make. I am an alarm service tech and I make a number of testing devices to make my job easier.
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  • Would be used to make a solid-state spirit level for the visually impaired.
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  • I am going to use it for PicBasicPro. I would like to try the CU20024-UX3J

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  • Designing an underwater Remote Operational Vehicle (ROV) capable to 500-800 feet for environmental studies using sensor package and microprocessor control. The VFD display will provide excellent illumination of sensor and feedback data during night operations. Thank you!
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  • I would use this display as abackup heads up information monitor in a Bobcat 720 I purchased this past summer. It will display temperatures and pressures of various components as well as serve as a warning notification for things that have gone wrong.
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  • Use many 4×20 ch displays (Parallel, LED b/l and Hitachi protocal) for my custom solutions (mostly data acquisition and logging) products. Perhaps its time to look at other technologies?
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  • I would like to use the display for a robotic position readout and status with wireless telemetry.

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  • I thought it would make a nice clock/calendar that could be seen easily at night or it would give me four fields of 10 characters for X/Y/Z/A axis on a DRO for some type of CNC machine. Thanks for being so charitable this time of year, it’s refreshing to see not everything is so bleak; and hopefully our economies will recover. Maybe a slow recovery would be more stable. Thanks again and happy holidays to you. Dave…
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  • I will use this as a status display for a small mobile robot.
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  • General experimentaion.
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  • I plan to use the display for debugging FPGA designs.

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  • I would like to try the display on an automated PCB tester.
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  • I want to add it to my old KIM-1 SBC (Single Board Computer) to give it an additional display to complement its current 6 digits. I’ve used LCD displays before, but have never “played” with a VFD before.
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  • Informational display for custom hot tub controller. Tub is a chemical free design that need to have the temperature move between a high and low temperature range regularly. Other features include collecting actual usage data, automatic shutoff after use, and ethernet connectivity for warming up the tub remotely.
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  • Planning on building instrumentation for a backup generator to monitor output, load conditions, runtime, and engine temperature. A CU16024-UX3J would make a great display for continuously scrolling operating conditions.
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  • This will make a NICE addition to my REPRAP printer so I can see whats happening from across the room!
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  • Would use the display with an Arduino or stand alone Atmel 8
    bit microprocessor and integrate it into my RepRap 3D printer as a real time graphical temp display to monitor the thermal extreems of the electronics (Pololu stepper controllers) and each of the 5 stepper motors, the heated print bed, and the extruder hot end. Monitoring all these temps from one compact display would allow for better thermal management of the machine over long (up to 20 hour long) print sessions.
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  • This looks like a good display to learn / practice / develop code writing for the display.
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  • I plan to interface this with an Arduino for a couple of cool applications. One will be as a display to monitor cahrging of a capacitor by a small solar panel from Seed Studio.
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  • I’ve been evaluating some serial displays for a network monitoring device and this VFD might well be what I’m looking for.
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  • I design and build projects for magazine articles some of which require a display. I typically use LCDs but would like to see what a VFD looks like.
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  • I plan to use the CU20024-UX3J as the display for a meat smoker prototype.

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  • I would use the display to indicate remote weather conditions from a central weather station. I would drive the display with a microcontroller and interface it to the internet with a device server
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  • I will use the display to monitor the parameters of the segway I am building.
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  • Looking for an alternative to LCD display

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  • use as a display unit for a picaxe data logger
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  • I build projects for my ham station and home workshop. Some times I use them in a rather bright envioronment. Perhaps your displays will make them easier to see. Thanks for introducing me to these products.
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  • I am currently using Hantronix and Scott Edwards LCD displays. VFD appears to be an interesting alternative. If these are cost effective, easy to use and robust, I will consider switching over to VFDs in my next design.
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  • I’m quite interested in a VFD display. I’ve only ever used LCD before.
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  • This looks COOL! I cant wait to play with it!
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  • This is a great way to try this in my testing/projects and be able to see the data I need to see. Thank you very much.
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  • These are a great way to make any microcontroller project look like a million bucks!
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  • please send me the free display thanks i like your company a lot so you should send me two
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  • This look like an interesting alternative to the common LCD displays seen in almost every product.

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  • This look like an interesting alternative to the common LCD displays seen in almost every product.
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  • I would use the display as a rolling weather station information innerface
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  • I could use this for a basic stamp GPS module project.
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  • I plan to use the readout as a status indicator for the digital control on a 1928 Theatre Pipe Organ.

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  • I would love to play with this display module
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  • Will use this display for testing in my robot, looks like it will work great!
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  • Plan to use with a Stamp project
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  • I will use the display in a handheld spectrum analyzer. I will use a 16×2 display for the center frequency and bw info and the graphics module for analog strength display.
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  • I am working on a clock/thermometer using a PIC 16F877 and would like to use your display
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  • I will use it for a display on a frequency counter.
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  • Plan to compare angle and visibility with backlit LCDs
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  • Will be evaluating this display for use in an Advanced Digital Electronics class which I teach.

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  • Have had success with several Noritake character VFD’s – looking forward to trying out a dot-matrix module!
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  • Will use the GU144X16D as a feed back display from a ethernet connection using a embedded processor.
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  • Will be used as a feedback display for a automation system.
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  • To be used as a medication monitoring display.
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  • I would like a GU144X16D-7053B for use in a digital clock project
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  • Will try to interface with BS2P and Propeller to display analog voltages
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  • I want to use the display for a temp display
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  • I would like to compare it to some of my LCD displays and see what the circuit differences would be. Thanks for a chance to receive a free display.
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  • I would use it to tell me when the QR code in your ad in Nuts Volts was WRONG!!!

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    • It has come to our attention that the QR code provided in our ad in the December 2011 of Nuts & Volts magazine is incorrect. We sincerely regret this error and any inconvenience this may have caused readers.

  • I would use it as a general purpose display for my Basic Stamp kit.
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  • I would like to try a VFD display, to compare it to an lcd display.

    I would prefer the CU20024-UX3J model.
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  • I think I will try to add a display to my BOE_BOT.
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  • I had been thinking of making a Unix timestamp watch. If I get the Vacuum Fluorescent Display, I guess I’ll have to stop thinking about it and make it so.

    I think the voltage requirements for the CU20024-UX3J are 5V / 140 mA, that’s all the time I’m going to spend on it until I get the display in hand though.
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  • Need to try something new for my projects
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  • I would like to use the CU16024-UX3J to replace my regular 2×16 display on my mobile robot project
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  • I select CU16024-UX3J display. I would like to use it to replace regular 2×16 LCD
    modules.

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  • Going to evaluate it for Ham radio hobby applications
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  • Hi,
    glad to see this offer. I will make “wind turbine based battery charging controller” using this display. In past i was using graphical display.
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  • I would like to use this display in my “Better Battery Charge” project. This would provide visual updates on battery health and charging/discharging state. The charger is for AA,AAA batteries. It will fast charge and peak the batteries. Also there is no requirement to charge batteries in pairs by charging cells individually.
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  • Plan to use this on a keypad lock I am building for my son’s elevator. This will replace the key switch he currently uses. The elevator is used to get him between the floors of our house and to enter the house from the garage. The keypad will be in the garage.
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  • This will be the frequency and mode display for a ham radio frequency controller. This could end the “I like LEDs better” comments when I show a prototype with a LCD display to one of our regular customers.
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  • I am going to learn how to use with. PIC16F84 microcontroller
    I have many project ideas
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  • Will use in a retro-mini mainframe project.
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  • Looking at using VFD Display for USB based Tester product.
    Already have GUI140X32 module and I would like to also try out the 20 character by 2 line module.
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  • I used a VF display from Noritake in a project back in the early 80’s and found the glowing blue characters to be very attractive in a commercial satellite communications product. I am assisting a client in the development of a controller for a wireless sensor network and would prefer to use a VF display instead of a backlit LCD.

    Thanks

    Jim Stratigos
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  • I want to use for small oscilloscope.

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  • I am considering using the GU144X16D-7053B on several medical projects.
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  • I have been looking for a display that will work well in poorly lit industrial environments. Standard LCD displays make it difficult for equipment operators to see the information being presented.
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  • As I am gretting older, and my vision is not as good as when I was 20, I would like to try a VFD to see if it would be easier to see rather then a LCD
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  • I would like to use the display for several projects including amateur radio equipment, my own weather station and some helpful home gadgets.

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  • This will be a great addition to my environment monitoring project!
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  • Will use display as the GUI for a remote serial terminal to access a PC data
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  • Interested in interfacing with with some projects using the PICAXE microcontrollers.
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  • I plan to use the display in a remote wireless server status panel, to provide current health and usage status for multiple servers at a glance, without the need for a computer or tablet device.
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  • I plan to use the display in a handheld digital scope.
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  • I am planning on using the CU20024-UX3J display in an new project for an combination photo intervalometer and flash trigger
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  • I would like to use this as a display for my Atomic Clock Project that I’m building from a loopstick antenna and basic stamp. Or, I might use this as the display interface for my Palm Pilot Robot vs. using a Palm Pilot.
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  • I would plan on using the display on an antenna rotator and elevation controller.

    I live in Canada why are we not eligible? I order most of my parts from the US so this is not good that I can’t get one!
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  • I would like to use the display as part of a musical robot I am preparing for a school portfolio, and I will mention this company in the write-up.
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  • I would like to use the display for a depth meter.
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  • I’m currently using a white on black LCD on a piece of data gathering equipment but it’s still tough to see in bright ambient light. It will be nice to see how this works in it’s place.
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  • I will use this to display ADC readings from my AVR micro controller
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  • I plan to use the display module to display voltage, current, resistance and power output of a laboratory power supply. The values measured by a PIC mcu adc. Maybe I made the power supply remote operated from PC. ( For charging NiMh, LiPo batteries, data logging, etc )
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  • I plan to use the display module to report status for a multi-actuator system.
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  • I will use this VFD display for my project called “Propeller (Parallax inc.) as logic analyzer”.Thank you .
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  • I would like to use the display for my multimeter.
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  • I would like to write a driver for LCDProc (http://lcdproc.org/).
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  • This VFD display will just fit great on my car on-board computer !
    Bright and eye-catching ! This will be a great improvment on my project !
    Thank you !
    CU20024-UX3J
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  • I am designing a new frequency counter and have been on the DigiKey site looking at your VF displays. I think the dot matrix would offer some interesting options.

    Thanks!
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  • I would like to use this display for learning how to workwith displays.
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  • I need a display for a solar project I am working on.
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  • I want to use this display to feed starving orphans and promote world peace. Also, a pony.

    Okay, seriously, I’m going to use it to make an ISM band RF scanner.

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  • I am making an NMEA 0183 tester. I need a display to see the output sentences from the device being tested.
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