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I salvaged an old LCD from a calculator (Texas Instruments) and I want to interface it with a microcontroller (preferably an Arduino). I‘ve searched the whole internet but I simply can‘t find any information about this display and its driver. I am looking for a specialist who can identify this:

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It's most likely a custom part for which there is no public data sheet. LCDs are almost always custom-designed, and require special driver circuitry. This is especially true for such mass-produced items as calculators.

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