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NAME ^

Config::Model::models::LCDd::MtxOrb - Configuration class LCDd::MtxOrb

DESCRIPTION ^

Configuration classes used by Config::Model

generated from LCDd.conf

Elements ^

Brightness

Set the initial brightness Optional. Type integer. upstream_default: '1000'.

Contrast

Set the initial contrast NOTE: The driver will ignore this if the display is a vfd or vkd as they don't have this feature. Optional. Type uniline. upstream_default: '480'.

Device

Select the output device to use Optional. Type uniline. upstream_default: '/dev/lcd'.

KeyMap_A

The following table translates from MtxOrb key letters to logical key names. By default no keys are mapped, meaning the keypad is not used at all.Optional. Type uniline. upstream_default: 'Left'.

KeyMap_B

Optional. Type uniline. upstream_default: 'Right'.

KeyMap_C

Optional. Type uniline. upstream_default: 'Up'.

KeyMap_D

Optional. Type uniline. upstream_default: 'Down'.

KeyMap_E

Optional. Type uniline. upstream_default: 'Enter'.

KeyMap_F

Optional. Type uniline. upstream_default: 'Escape'.

OffBrightness

Set the initial off-brightness This value is used when the display is normally switched off in case LCDd is inactive. Optional. Type integer. upstream_default: '0'.

Size

Set the display size Optional. Type uniline. upstream_default: '20x4'.

Speed

Set the communication speed Optional. Type enum. choice: '1200', '2400', '9600', '19200'. upstream_default: '19200'.

Type

Set the display type Optional. Type enum. choice: 'lcd', 'lkd', 'vfd', 'vkd'. upstream_default: 'lcd'.

hasAdjustableBacklight

Some old displays do not have an adjustable backlight but only can switch the backlight on/off. If you experience randomly appearing block characters, try setting this to false. Optional. Type boolean. upstream_default: 'yes'.

keypad_test_mode

See the [menu] section for an explanation of the key mappings You can find out which key of your display sends which character by setting keypad_test_mode to yes and running LCDd. LCDd will output all characters it receives. Afterwards you can modify the settings above and set keypad_set_mode to no again.Optional. Type uniline. default: 'no'.

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