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EDS TFT LCD LCM SPI Interface [Variable:1.8''/2.2'']

4.83 out of 5
(6 customer reviews)

$6.80$7.20

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Product Description

  • Only need four/five IOs (D13~D8: SCK, DO, DI, CS, AO(DC), RST) and three power pins
  • 240*320 Resolution for 2.2”, and 128*160 for 1.8”
  • QVGA display, very great display quality
  • Includes SD Slot, but do NOT have touchpad interface (well, it is too small for touching)
  • Get many arduino library support, we tested UTFT library, adafruit library and arduino official TFT library, see the “displaytext” demo that using TFT library here (works for 1.8”).
  • Stable product supplier and constant good quality, good for large batch using, compare to Nokia 5110 LCD, it is double price but better quality and stable supplying.

Note for power and logic:

  • 1.8” LCD works with Arduino UNO directly with 5V operational voltage (including SD slot logics), no need any logic convert
  • 2.2” LCD may only work with 3.3V operational voltage supported boards, like pro mini 3.3V/8M, Arduino Due, etc.

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Size

1.8”, 2.2”

6 reviews for EDS TFT LCD LCM SPI Interface [Variable:1.8''/2.2'']

  1. 5 out of 5

    :

    Just tested the 2.2″ version. Easiest way to control it from an Arduino is by using the Adafruit ILI9340 library. Made a video of the example sketch that comes with the library: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bVzZ6PWFbGE

  2. 5 out of 5

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    Here is my review of the 2.2″ version: http://www.bajdi.com/2-2-inch-tft-display/

  3. 4 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    The description says you can use 5V for VCC. That’s wrong. By using 5V the module will get too hot and will not work. Use 3.3V and the module will work. You can use a voltage divider for your 5V Arduino.

  4. 5 out of 5

    :

    Hello Harry,

    Thanks for the feedback, I have tested it on 5V, it seems no problem for testing, for the LED backlight it has to be 3V3, or 5V with 10K resistor, for the VCC, not sure which have to be used. It seems the factory provided info it not fully promising.

  5. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    This is an excellent piece of LCD, I am using 2.2″ (ILI9341), I managed to get it working with RPi.

    The size is really good for making many useful projects and I am currently planning to use DirectFB on RPi to extend the capabilities.

  6. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    The 2.2″ version is perfect for displaying complex information due to the 320×240 pixel area. Power consumption is reasonable. Be aware of the 3.3V levels since 5 volts will destroy your display (sooner or later). Most ARM boards will come with 3.3V levels anyway and even Atmel ATmega will work on 3.3 volts (but with lower frequency)

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