I have a very tiny LCD ripped from a piece of electronic scrap. The LCD is about 1 inch by .25 inches. It does not include a backlight(it had an external LED functioning as the backlight) and is basically just a flat piece of glass. There are 16 wires coming from the board it's on. (it is just a plain "breakout" board for the small SMD connector)
The LCD board says "LCD:91-42959-B01" which does not pull up any relevant results with google.
I've tried my best to test it with a multimeter, but nothing seems to even be connected. I'm not sure how most simple LCDs work, so what can I do to try and get this to work (hopefully) without ruining it in the process?
Also, because this is a flat piece of glass, I do not believe there will be a command type of interface, because as far as I can tell, there is no actual logic connected to it. It's just 16 wires going into clear glass. Also on the breakout board they are bundled into 4 bundles with 4 wires each(with brown, orange, orange, yellow being the colors in each bundle). I have no idea if this matters, but I figured maybe it could help