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    Helloo,

    I've just recently got one of these displays off internet and thought it may be fun to learn how to talk to them with a PIC.

    I am starting with a 16F628A and after reading but not fully understanding the datasheet, I am trying with the SHOUT command to address it, but after three days, I am still having no luck.

    I know it's not good to ask for example code, but I am really struggling with this display. Does anyone have any code that I could have a look at please to give me a better understanding of it so I can see where I am going wrong?

    Any help would be much appreciated.

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    I wrote an article for these displays on the Amicus18 site a few years ago. And there was some talk on the Amicus18 forum concerning the green types and code changes required for some of them.

    Using the Sure 2416 LED dot matrix display board

    There's also a program that implements the game of life simulation on one of these displays using the routines from the above article.

    Game of Life on an LED matrix

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    Hi Les,

    thanks for your quick reply. Is it only possible to talk to these displays with an Amicus board then?

    I purchased a raspberry Pi a while ago and was really disapointed with it after all the hype that they recieved on the net, so am sceptical about any other brands of project boards and am not keen on going down that route. I thought it may have been fun to get one working with a PIC just to give me an idea of how they work.

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    I have attached my 'work in progress code' i can only assume that the display i have recieved is faulty.

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    try again...

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    An Amicus board is only a carrier for an 18F25K20 device. The code is, essentially, Proton.

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