Getting started with E-paper Display
Identify the display
Our module has been using two different versions of the e-paper display from Pervasive Displays Inc; EM027BS013 or EM027AS012 and unfortunately these are not 100% software compatible.
- Look at the back of the module and first identify the revision as shown in the figure to the right. If the revision is A, B, or C you have EM027AS012.
- If you have revision D you also need to look at one more part of the back to see which version you are using. Most revision D modules use EM027BS013.
- When you have identified which display that is mounted it is important that you use the correct instruction and example code. If you don’t get an image on your display you are likely using the wrong example code.
LPCXpresso and Keil/uVision projects for either Embedded Artists LPC4088 Developer’s Kit or LPC1788 Developer’s Kit
|These projects have been created for the LPC4088 Developer’s Kit under the LPCOpen framework.
|This project has been created for the LPC1788 Developer’s Kit and the AOAA board.|
Instructions and example code for the Raspberry Pi 2
Instructions and example code for a few mbed enabled boards
|Example application: app_epaper_EM027BS013
mbed library: EM027BS013 library
Tested on these boards
|Instructions: Epaper mbed code em027as012
Demo code: Epaper_mbed_em027as012_130411.zip
Alternative code: Supports primitive drawing routines and text
Instructions and example code for Arduino boards