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SPECIFICATION CUSTOMER : MODULE NO.: SALES BY APPROVED BY CFAG128128A-STI-TZ CHECKED BY ISSUED DATE: Crystalfontz America, Inc.
Crystalfontz America, Inc. SPECIFICATION CUSTOMER : MODULE NO.: SALES BY APPROVED BY CFAG128128A-STI-TZ CFAG128128A-STI-TZ CHECKED BY ISSUED DATE: Crystalfontz America, Inc. 12412 East Saltese Avenue Spokane Valley, WA 99216-0357 Phone: (888) 206-9720 Fax: (509) 892-1203 Email: email@example.com URL: www.crystalfontz.com PREPARED BY Contents 1.Module Classification Information 2.Precautions in use of LCD Modules 3.General Specification 4.Absolute Maximum Ratings 5.Electrical Characteristics 6.Optical Characteristics 7.Outline dimension and block diagram 8.Interface Pin Function 9.Display control instruction 10.Timing Characteristics 11.Reliability 12.Backlight Information 13. Material List of Components for RoHS 1.Module Classification Information CFA G 1 2 8 1 2 8 A S T I TZ Brand: CRYSTALFONTZ AMERICA, INC Display Type: HCharacter Type, GGraphic Type Displays Logical Dimensions: 128 pixels by 128 pixels Model PCB Variant: A Backlight Type: NWithout backlight TLED, White BEL, Blue green DEL, Green WEL, White FCCFL, White YLED, Yellow Green LCD Mode: BTN Positive, Gray ALED, Amber RLED, Red OLED, Orange GLED, Green SLED, High Output White TFSTN Negative NTN Negative, GSTN Positive, Gray YSTN Positive, Yellow Green MSTN Negative, Blue FFSTN Positive AReflective, N.T, 6:00 HTransflective, W.T,6:00 LCD Polarizer Type/ Temperature DReflective, N.T, 12:00 range/ View GReflective, W. T, 6:00 direction JReflective, W. T, 12:00 KTransflective, W.T,12:00 CTransmissive, N.T,6:00 FTransmissive, N.T,12:00 BTransflective, N.T,6:00 ITransmissive, W. T, 6:00 ETransflective, N.T.12:00 LTransmissive, W.T,12:00 Special Code TBuilt in Negative Voltage & Temperature Compensation ZICNT7086 ZICNT7086 2.Precautions in use of LCD Modules (1) Avoid applying excessive shocks to the module or making any alterations or modifications to it. (2) Don't make extra holes on the printed circuit board, modify its shape or change the components of LCD module. (3) Don't disassemble the LCM. (4) Don't operate it above the absolute maximum rating. (5) Don't drop, bend or twist LCM. (6) Soldering:only to the I/O terminals. (7) Storage:please storage in anti-static electricity container and clean environment. 3.General Specification ITEM Number of Dots Module dimension STANDARD VALUE UNIT 128 ×128 85.0×100.0×14.5(MAX) mm View area 62.0×62.0 mm Active area 55.01×55.01 mm Dot size 0.4×0.4 mm Dot pitch 0.43×0.43 mm LCD type Duty View direction Backlight FSTN , Transmissive, Negative 1/128 6 o'clock LED High light White 4.Absolute Maximum Ratings ITEM SYMBOL MIN. TYP. MAX. UNIT Operating Temperature TOP -20 +70 Storage Temperature TST -30 +80 Input Voltage VI VSS VDD V Supply Voltage For Logic VCC-VSS -0.3 +7 V Supply Voltage For LCD VCC-VEE 0 28 V 5.Electrical Characteristics ITEM MIN. TYP. MAX. UNIT VDD-VSS 4.75 5.0 5.25 V 18.6 V Ta=25 16.5 V Ta=70 Supply Voltage For LCD CONDITION Ta=-20 Supply Voltage For Logic SYMBOL 15.2 V VDD-V0 Input High Volt. VIH VDD-2.2 VDD V Input Low Volt. VIL 0 0.8 V Output High Volt. VOH VDD-0.3 VDD V Output Low Volt. VOL 0 0.3 V Supply Current IDD VDD=5V 45 50 mA 6.Optical Characteristics ITEM SYMBAL CONDITION MIN. TYP. MAX. UNIT (V) CR3 30 60 deg (H) CR3 -45 45 deg CR 5 T rise 200 300 ms T fall 200 300 ms View Angle Contrast Ratio Response Time 6.1Definitions View AnglesContrast Ratio Z ( Visual angle direction ) Brightness at selected state ( BS ) Brightness at non-selected state ( Bns ) Selected state CR = LCD X Y ( Best visual angle direction ) Brightness ( %) Non-selected state Bs Bns Operating voltage for LCD driving 7.Outline dimension & block diagram 86.90 0.5 85.0 0.5 73.0 75.0 62.0 55.01 100.0 0.5 94.0 72.0 62.0 55.01 4.0 5.0 11.5 15.0 14.5 (Max) 9.9 4-R1.75 128*128 Dots 2 21 1 LED B/L 3.0 15.0 19.0 22.49 22 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 The non-specified tolerance of dimension is 0.43 0.4 0.43 0.4 DOT SIZE SCALE 15/1 FGND GND Vdd Vee WR RD CE C/D NC RESET DB0 DB1 DB2 DB3 DB4 DB5 DB6 DB7 FS NC A K 0.3mm. 8.Interface Pin Function Pin No. Symbol Level Description 1 FG Frame ground 2 GND 0V 3 Vdd 5.0V 4 Vo 5 /WR L Data write. Write data into T6963C T6963C when /WR = L 6 /RD L Data read. Read data from T6963C T6963C when RD = L 7 /CE L Chip enable the controller T6963C T6963C 8 C/D Ground Power supply for logic Power supply for LCD driver H / L WR=L , C/D=H : Command Write C/D=L: Data write RD=L , C/D=H : Status Read C/D=L: Data read 9 NC No connection 10 /RESET 11 DB0 H / L Data bus line 12 DB1 H / L Data bus line 13 DB2 H / L Data bus line 14 DB3 H / L Data bus line 15 DB4 H / L Data bus line 16 DB5 H / L Data bus line 17 DB6 H / L Data bus line 18 DB7 H / L Data bus line 19 FS 20 Vee 21 A LED + 22 K LED L Reset signal H / L Pins for selection of font ; H : 6 * 8 , L : 8 * 8 -16v Output 9.Display control instruction The LCD Module has built in a T6963C T6963C LSI controller, It has an 8-bit parallel data bus and control lines for writing or reading through an MPU interface, it has a 128-word character generator ROM ( refer to Table 1. ), which can control an external display RAM of up to 8K bytes. Allocation of text, graphics and external character generator RAM can be made easily and the display window can be moved freely within the allocated memory range. ·RAM Interface The external RAM is used to store display data( text, graphic and external CG data ). It can be freely allocated to the memory area( 8 Kbyte max ). Recommend 0000H 0000H TEXT AREA 0C00H 0C00H GRAPHIC AREA 1800H 1800H 2000H 2000H CG RAM AREA Flowchart of communications with MPU (1)Status Read A status check must be performed before data is read or written. Status check The Status of T6963C T6963C can be read from the data lines. RD L WR H CE L C/D H Do to D7 H The T6963C T6963C status word format is as follows: MSB LSB STA7 STA6 STA5 STA4 STA3 STA2 STA1 STA0 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0 STA0 Check command execution capability STA1 Check data read/write Capability STA2 Check Auto mode data read capability STA3 Check Auto mode data write capability STA4 Not used STA5 Check controller operation capability STA6 Error flag. Used for Screen Peek and Screen copy commands. STA7 Check the blink condition 0:Disable 1:Enable 0:Disable 1:Enable 0:Disable 1:Enable 0:Disable 1:Enable 0:Disable 1:Enable 0:No error 1:Error 0:Disable off 1:Normal display (Note 1) It is necessary to check STA0 and STA1 at the same time. There is a possibility of erroneous operation due to a hardware interrupt. (Note 2) For most modes STA0/STA1 are used as a status check. (Note 3) STA2 and STA3 are valid in Auto mode; STA0 and STA1 are invalid. Status Checking flow (a)(b) (Note 4) When using the MSB=0 command, a Status Read must be performed. If a status check is not carried out, the T6963C T6963C cannot operate normally, even after a delay time. The hardware interrupt occurs during the address calculation period (at the end of each line). If a MSB=0 command is sent to the T6963C T6963C during this period, the T6963C T6963C enters Wait status. If a status check is not carried out in this state before the next command is sent, there is the possibility that the command or data date will not be received. (2)Setting date When using the T6963C T6963C, first set the data, then set the command. Procedure for sending a command (a)The case of 1 date (b)The case of 2 data (Note) When sending more than two data, the last datum (or last two data)is valid. COMMAND DEFINITIONS COMMAND REGISTERS SETTING SET CONTROL WORD CODE D1 D2 00100001 00100010 00100100 01000000 01000001 01000010 01000011 X address Date Low address Low address Columns Low address Columns Data Data Data Y address 00H High address High address 00H High address 00H MODE SET 1000x000 1000x001 1000x011 1000x100 10000xxx 10001xxx DISPLAY MODE 10010000 1001xx10 1001xx11 100101xx 100110xx 100111xx CURSOR PATTERN SELECT DATA AUTO READ/WRITE 10100000 10100001 10100010 10100011 10100100 10100101 10100110 10100111 10110000 10110001 10110010 DATA READ/WRITE 11000000 11000001 11000010 11000011 11000100 11000101 SCREEN PEEK SCREEN COPY 11100000 11101000 BIT SET/RESET 11110xxx 11111xxx 1111x000 1111x001 1111x010 1111x011 1111x100 1111x101 1111x110 1111x111 FUNCTION Set Cursor Pointer Set Offset Register Set Address Pointer Set Text Home Address Set Text Area Set Graphic Home Address Set Graphic Area OR mode EXOR mode AND mode Text Attribute mode Internal CG ROM mode External CG RAM mode Display off Cursor on, blink off Cursor on, blink on Text on, graphic off Text off, graphic on Text on, graphic on 1-line cursor 2-line cursor 3-line cursor 4-line cursor 5-line cursor 6-line cursor 7-line cursor 8-line cursor Set Data Auto Write Set Data Auto Read Auto Reset Data Write and Increment ADP Data Read and Increment ADP Data Write and Decrement ADP Data Read and Decrement ADP Data Write and Non-variable ADP Data Read and Non-variable ADP Screen Peek Screen Copy Bit Reset Bit Set Bit 0 (LSB) Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 3 Bit 4 Bit 5 Bit 6 Bit 7 (MSB) X : invalid Setting registers CODE HEX. FUNCTION D1 D2 00100001 21H SET CURSOR POINTER X ADRS Y ADRS 00100010 22H SET OFFSET REGISTER DATA 00H 00100100 24H SET ADDRESS POINTER LOW ADRS HIGH ADRS (1)Set Cursor Pointer The position of the cursor is specified by X ADRS and Y ADRS. The cursor position can only be moved by this command. Data read/write from the MPU never changes the cursor pointer. X ADRS and Y ADRS are specified as follows. X ADRS 00H to 4FH (lower 7 bits are valid) Y ADRS 00H to 1FH (lower 5 bits are valid) Single-Scan X ADRS 00 to 4FH Y ADRS 00H to 0FH ( 2)Set Offset Register The offset register is used to determine the external character generator RAM area. The T6963C T6963C has a 16-bit address bus as follows. T6963C T6963C assign External character generator, when character code set 80H TO FFH in using internal character generator. Character code 00H to 80H assign External character generator, when External generator mode. The senior five bits define the start address in external memory of the CG RAM area. The next eight bits represent the character code of the character. In internal CG ROM, character codes 00H to 7FH represent the predefined "internal" CG ROM characters, and codes 80H to FFH represent the user's own "external" characters. In external CG ROM mode, all 256 codes from 00H to FFH can be used to represent the user's own characters. The three least significant bits indicate one of the eight rows of eight dots that define the character's shape. The relationship between display RAM address and offset register Offset register data CG RAM hex. address (start to end) 00000 0000 to 07 FFH 00001 0800 to 0FFFH 00010 1000 to 17FFH 17FFH 11100 11101 11110 11111 (Example 1) Offset register Character code Character generator RAM start address 1 4 0 0 H E000 to E7FFH E800 to EFFFH F000 to F7FFH F800 to FFFFH 02H 80H 0001 0100 0000 0000 (Example 2) The relationship between display RAM data and display characters and are displayed by character generator RAM. (3)Set Address Pointer The Set Address Pointer command is used to indicate the start address for writing to (or reading from)external RAM. The Flowchart for Set Address Pointer command Set Control Word CODE HEX. FUNCTION 01000000 40H Set Text Home Address 01000001 41H D1 Set Text Area D2 Low address High address Columns 00H 01000010 42H Set Graphic Home Address Low address High address 01000011 43H Set Graphic Area Columns 00H The home address and column size are defined by this command. (1)Set Text Home Address The starting address in the external display RAM for text display is defined by this command. The text home address indicates the leftmost and uppermost position. The relationship between external display RAM address and display position TH TH+CL TH+TA TH+TA+CL (TH+TA)+TA TH+2TA+CL (TH+2TA)+TA TH+3TA+CL TH+(n-1)TA TH+(n-1)TA+CL TH: Text home address TA: Text area number (columns) CL: Columns are fixed by hardware (pin-programmable). (Example) Text home address 0000H 0000H Text area 0020H 0020H 32 Columns 4 Lines 0000H 0000H 0001H 0001H 001EH 001EH 001FH 001FH 0020H 0020H 0021H 0021H 003EH 003EH 002FH 002FH 0040H 0040H 0060H 0060H 0041H 0041H 0061H 0061H 005EH 005EH 007EH 007EH 005FH 005FH 007FH 007FH (2)Set Graphic Home Address The starting address of the external display RAM used for graphic display is defined by this command. The graphic home address indicates the leftmost and uppermost position. The relationship between external display RAM address and display position GH GH+GL GH+GA GH+GA+CL (GH+GA)+GA GH+2GA+CL (GH+2GA)+GA GH+3GA+CL GH+(n-1)GA GH+(n-1)GA+CL GH: Graphic home address GA: Graphic area number (columns) CL: Columns are fixed by hardware (pin-programmable). (Example) Graphic home address0000H Graphic area 0020H 0020H 32 Columns 2 Lines 0000H 0000H 0001H 0001H 001EH 001EH 001FH 001FH 0020H 0020H 0021H 0021H 003EH 003EH 003FH 003FH 0040H 0040H 0060H 0060H 0080H 0080H 00A0H 00A0H 00C0H 00C0H 00E0H 00E0H 0100H 0100H 0120H 0120H 0140H 0140H 0160H 0160H 0180H 0180H 01A0H 01A0H 01C0H 01C0H 01E0H 01E0H 0041H 0041H 0061H 0061H 0081H 0081H 00A1H 00A1H 00C1H 00C1H 00E1H 00E1H 0101H 0101H 0121H 0121H 0141H 0141H 0161H 0161H 0181H 0181H 01A1H 01A1H 01C1H 01C1H 01E1H 01E1H 005EH 005EH 007EH 007EH 009EH 009EH 00BEH 00BEH 00DEH 00DEH 00FEH 00FEH 011EH 011EH 013EH 013EH 015EH 015EH 017EH 017EH 109EH 109EH 01BEH 01BEH 01DEH 01DEH 01FEH 01FEH 005FH 005FH 007FH 007FH 009FH 009FH 00BFH 00BFH 00DFH 00DFH 00FFH 00FFH 011FH 011FH 013FH 013FH 014FH 014FH 017FH 017FH 019FH 019FH 01BFH 01BFH 01DFH 01DFH 01FFH 01FFH (3)Set Text Area The display columns are defined by the hardware Setting. This command can be used to adjust the columns of the display. (Example) LCD size 20 columns, 4lines Text home address 0000H 0000H Text area 0014H 0014H Set 32 columns, 4 Lines 0000 0001 . 0013 0014 . 001F 0014 0015 . 0027 0028 . 0033 0028 0029 . 003B 003C . 0047 003C 003D . 004F 0050 . 005B LCD (4)Set Graphic Area The display columns are defined by the hardware setting. This command can be used to adjust the columns of the graphic display. (Example) LCD size 20 columns, 2lines Graphic home address 0000H 0000H Graphic are 0014H 0014H Set 32 columns, 2 Lines 0000 0001 . 0013 0014 . 001F 0014 0015 . 0027 0028 . 0033 0028 0029 . 003B 003C . 0047 003C 0050 0064 0078 008C 00A0 00B4 00C8 00DC 00F0 0104 0128 013C 003D 0051 0065 0079 008D 00A1 00B5 00C9 00DD 00F1 0105 0129 013D . . . . . . . . . . . . . 004F 0063 0077 008B 009F 00B3 00C7 00DB 00EF 0103 0127 013B 014F 0050 0064 0078 008C 00A0 00B4 00C8 00DC 00F0 0104 0128 0013C 0013C 0150 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 005B 006F 0083 0097 00AB 00BF 00D3 00E7 00FD 011F 0123 00147 015B LCD If the graphic area setting is set to match the desired number of columns on the LCD, the addressing scheme will be automatically modified so that the start address of each line equals the end address of the previous line +1. Mode set CODE FUNCTION OPERAND 1000x000 OR Mode 1000x001 EXOR Mode 1000x011 AND Mode 1000x100 TEXT ATTRIBUTE Mode 10000xxx Internal Character Generator Mode X: invalid 10001xxx External Character Generator Mode The display mode is defined by this command. The display mode does not change until the next command is sent. The logical OR, EXOR, AND of text or graphic display can be displayed. In Internal Character Generator mode, character codes 00H to 7FH are assigned to the built-in character generator ROM. The character codes 80H to FFH are automatically assigned to the external character generator RAM. (Example) (Note)Attribute functions can only be applied to text display, since the attribute data is placed in the graphic RAM area. Attribute function The attribute operations are Reverse display, Character blink and Inhibit. The attribute data is written into the graphic area which was defined by the Set Control Word command. Only text display is possible in Attribute Function mode; graphic display is automatically disabled. However, the Display Mode command must be used to turn both Text and Graphic on in order for the Attribute function to be available. The attribute data for each character in the text area is written to the same address in the graphic area. The Attribute function is defined as follows. Attribute RAM 1byte × d3 0 0 0 1 1 1 d2 0 1 0 0 1 0 d1 0 0 1 0 0 1 d0 0 1 1 0 1 1 × × × FUNCTION Normal display Reverse display Inhibit display Blink of normal display Blink of reverse display Blink of inhibit display d3 d2 d1 X: invalid d0 Display mode CODE 10010000 1001xx10 1001xx11 100101xx 100110xx 100111xx FUNCTION OPERAND Display off Cursor on, blink off Cursor on, blink on Text on, graphic off Text off, graphic on Text on, graphic on X: invalid (Note)It is necessary to turn on "Text display" and "Graphic display" in the following cases. a)Combination of text/graphic display b)Attribute function Cursor pattern select CODE FUNCTION OPERAND 10100000 1-line cursor 10100001 2-line cursor 10100010 3-line cursor 10100011 4-line cursor 10100100 5-line cursor 10100101 6-line cursor 10100110 7-line cursor 10100111 8-line cursor When cursor display is ON, this command selects the cursor pattern in the range 1 line to 8 lines. The cursor address is defined by the Cursor Pointer Set command. Data Auto Read/Write CODE HEX. FUNCTION OPERAND 10110000 B0H Set Data Auto Write 10110001 B1H Set Data Auto Read 10110010 B2H Auto Reset The command is convenient for sending a full screen of data from the external display RAM. After setting Auto mode, a Data Write (or Read) command is need not be sent between each datum. A Data Auto Write (or Read) command must be sent after a Set Address Pointer command. After this command, the address pointer is automatically incremented by 1 after each datum. In Auto mode, the T6963C T6963C cannot accept any other commands. The Auto Reset command must be sent to the T69963C T69963C after all data has been sent, to clear Auto mode. (Note)A Status check for Auto mode (STA2, STA3 should be checked between sending of each datum. Auto Reset should be performed after checking STA3=1 (STA2=1.) Refer to the following flowchart. a)Auto Read mode b)Auto Write mode Date Read/Write CODE HEX. FUNCTION OPERAND 11000000 C0H Data Write and Increment ADP Data 11000001 C1H Data Read and Increment ADP 11000010 C2H Data Write and Decrement ADP Data 11000011 C3H Data Read and Decrement ADP 11000100 C4H Data Write and Non-variable ADP Data 11000101 C5H Data Read and Non-variable ADP This command is used for writing data from the MPU to external display RAM, and reading data from external display RAM to the MPU. Data Write/Data Read should be executed after setting address using Set Address Pointer command. The address pointer can be automatically incremented or decremented using this command. (Note)This command is necessary for each 1-byte datum. Refer to the following flowchart. Screen Peek CODE 11100000 HEX. E0H FUNCTION Screen Peek OPERAND e This command is used to transfer 1 byte of displayed data to the data stack; this byte can then be read from the MPU by data access. The logical combination of text and graphic display data on the LCD screen can be read by this command. The status (STA6) should be checked just after the Screen Peek command. If the address determined by the Set Address Pointer command is not in the graphic area, this commands is ignored and a status flag (STA6) is set. Refer to the following flowchart. Screen Copy CODE 11101000 HEX. E8H FUNCTION Screen Copy OPERAND This command copies a single raster line of data to the graphic area. The start point must be set using the Set Address Pointer command. (Note 1) If the attribute function is being used, this command is not available. (With Attribute data is graphic area data.) Refer to the following flowchart. Bit Set/Reset CODE 11110xxx 11111xxx 1111x000 1111x001 1111x010 1111x011 1111x100 1111x101 1111x110 1111x111 FUNCTION Bit Reset Bit Set Bit 0 (LSB) Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 3 Bit 4 Bit 5 Bit 6 Bit 7 (MSB) OPERAND X: invalid This command use to set or reset a bit of the byte specified by the address pointer. Only one bit can be set/reset at a time. Refer to the following flowchart. CHARACTER CODE MAP 10.Timing Characteristics Bus Timing ( Vss = 0 V , VDD = 5 V ) Item Symbol Min Typ Max Unit C/D Set-up Time tCDS 100 ns C/D Hold Time tCDH 10 ns tCDS,tRD,tWR 80 ns Data Set-up Time tDS 80 ns Data Hold Time tDH 40 ns Access Time tACC 150 ns Output Hold Time tOH 10 50 ns CE,RD,WR Pulse Width C/D tCDS tCDH CE tCE ,tRD,tWR RD,WR tDS D0 to D7 ( WRITE) tDH D0 to D7 ( READ) tACC tOH 11.RELIABILITY Content of Reliability Test (wide temperature, -20~70) Environmental Test Test Item High Temperature storage Low Temperature storage High Temperature Operation Low Temperature Operation High Temperature/ Humidity Operation Thermal shock resistance Content of Test Endurance test applying the high storage temperature for a long time. Endurance test applying the high storage temperature for a long time. Endurance test applying the electric stress (Voltage & Current) and the thermal stress to the element for a long time. Endurance test applying the electric stress under low temperature for a long time. The module should be allowed to stand at 60,90%RH max For 96hrs under no-load condition excluding the polarizer, Then taking it out and drying it at normal temperature. The sample should be allowed stand the following 10 cycles of operation -20 25 70 Test Condition 80 200hrs -30 200hrs Note 2 1,2 70 200hrs - -20 200hrs 1 60,90%RH 96hrs -20/70 10 cycles 1,2 - 30min 5min 30min 1 cycle Total fixed amplitude : 1.5mm Vibration Frequency : 10~55Hz Endurance test applying the vibration during Vibration test 3 One cycle 60 transportation and using. seconds to 3 directions of X,Y,Z for Each 15 minutes VS=800V,RS=1.5k Endurance test applying the electric stress to the Static electricity test - terminal. CS=100pF 1 time Note1: No dew condensation to be observed. Note2: The function test shall be conducted after 4 hours storage at the normal Temperature and humidity after remove from the test chamber. Note3: Vibration test will be conducted to the product itself without putting it in a container. 12.Backlight Information PARAMETER SYMBOL MIN TYP MAX UNIT TESTCONDITION Supply Current ILED 96 120 mA V=3.5V Supply Voltage V 3.4 3.5 3.6 V Reverse Voltage VR 20 V IV 676 845 CD/M2 ILED=96mA Wave Length p nm ILED=96mA Life Time Hr. ILED96mA Color High Output White Luminous Intensity 10000 Note: The LED of B/L is drive by current only, drive voltage is for reference only. drive voltage can make driving current under safety area (current between minimum and maximum). 2.Drive from pin21,pin22 pin21 pin22 R R A K B/L LCM 13. Material List of Components for RoHS 1. Crystalfontz America, Inc. hereby declares that all of or part of products (with the mark "#"in code), including, but not limited to, the LCM, accessories or packages, manufactured and/or delivered to your company (including your subsidiaries and affiliated company) directly or indirectly by our company (including our subsidiaries or affiliated companies) do not intentionally contain any of the substances listed in all applicable EU directives and regulations, including the following substances. Exhibit A: The Harmful Material List Material (Cd) (Pb) (Hg) (Cr6+) PBBs PBDEs Limited Value 100 ppm 1000 ppm 1000 ppm 1000 ppm 1000 ppm 1000 ppm Above limited value is set up according to RoHS. 2.Process for RoHS requirement: (1) Use the Sn/Ag/Cu soldering surface: the surface of Pb-free solder is rougher than we used before. (2) Heat-resistance temp.: Reflow: 250°C,30 seconds Max. Connector soldering wave or hand soldering: 320°C, 10 seconds max. (3) Temp. curve of reflow, max. Temp.: 235±5°C Recommended customer's soldering temp. of connector: 280°C, 3 seconds.