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OSD click - Example

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Author: MikroElektronika Team

Last Updated: 2012-11-23

Category: Graphics & LCD

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This is a sample program which demonstrates the use of OSD click.
Program shows the time and date in corners of the screen and enable you to set the time and date, using the OSD menu.

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OSD click

OSD click

Front and back side appearance of the OSD click Board.

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OSD Click features MAX7456 single-channel monochrome OSD module with integrated EEPROM memory as well as two RCA sockets. It is used to create on-screen menus and other video overlays, such as custom graphics, company logo, time and date using 256 user-programmable characters or pictographs. It is NTSC and PAL compatible and displays up to 16 rows x 30 characters. MAX7456 has internal sync generator. OSD Click communicates with target microcontroller via mikroBUS SPI (SDI, SDO, SCK, CS#), RST, LOS, HSYNC and VSYNC lines. The board is designed to use 5V power supply only. LED diode (Green) indicates the presence of power supply.

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OSD click schematic

OSD click schematic

The schematics of the OSD click board.

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