EDS TFT LCD LCM SPI Interface [Size]

EDS TFT LCD LCM SPI Interface [Size]


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Current Versions:

  • 1.8” SPI LCD, ST7735, 128*160, with SD card slot
  • 2.2” SPI LCD, ILI9341 240*320, with SD card slot
  • 2.4” SPI LCD, ILI9341 240*320,  with SD card slot, with touch panel
  • 2.8” SPI LCD, ILI9341 240*320, with SD card slot, with touch panel


  • Only need 4-6 IOs
    • SCK, DO, DI, CS
    • AO(DC)
    • RST
  • QVGA display, very great display quality
  • 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 (savaged second-hand), it is double price but better quality and stable supplying.




19 reviews for EDS TFT LCD LCM SPI Interface [Size]

  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


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

  3. 4 out of 5

    Harry (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

    Chao (store manager)

    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

    highwalker (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

    muzy (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)

  7. 5 out of 5

    kremen (verified owner)

    nice unit. got the 2.2″ version for my signal generator project (based on the AD9850 module i got from here also). clean and clear, very happy with it.. got it working with a couple of different libraries, mainly Adafruit and UTFT.

  8. benhaim (verified owner)

    I got the 2.4″, and I can’t seem to get it to work with Arduino, I’ve tried over 20 libs 🙂
    Can anyone please link the right lib for this screen?

  9. Chao (store manager)

    Have not yet tried 2.4”, but if you tried different libriies and it does not work, then you try to use a pro mini 3v3/8m, because some models of this series need 3v3 logic.

  10. benhaim (verified owner)

    yes!! managed to get the 2.4″ display working!
    indeed moved to ARDUINO PRO MINI 3.3V, with Adafruit_ILI9340 lib.
    im so glad i did not fry it with the 5V.
    Thank you!
    moving to the touch, will update here

  11. benhaim (verified owner)

    using the utouch.h arduino lib I managed to get the 2.4″ touch panel (xpt2046) working over the same SPI IF as the TFT.

  12. 5 out of 5

    conradj (verified owner)

    Got it to work on a due with the library from http://marekburiak.github.io/ILI9341_due. Use the UTouch library for the touch screen and calibrate with http://www.mediafire.com/download/p7xh5r3b4q2lc26/ILI9341_Utouch_Calibration_a.rar sketch.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jacques (verified owner)

    I have tested it. Works well. But have not really used it intensively.

  14. 5 out of 5

    luismorais (verified owner)

    Works as promised – did a simple test with an Arduino UNO at 5V with the LED pin connected to the 3.3V on the Arduino.

  15. 5 out of 5

    thiagoas (verified owner)

    Great colors, good brightness. Works as expected.

  16. 5 out of 5

    diazfjg (verified owner)

    This display is very good quality and works great.

  17. 5 out of 5

    luismorais (verified owner)

    Works very well – nice colors. Good compatibility with existing libs.

  18. 3 out of 5

    luismorais (verified owner)

    2.2” – Nice colors, easy integration with Arduino Uno and Teensy++2.0 . Only 3 stars because of the limited angle of view and issues withh the edge most lines.

  19. 3 out of 5

    luismorais (verified owner)

    2.2” display – Nice colors, easy integration with Arduino Uno and Teensy++2.0 . Only 3 stars because of the limited angle of view and issues with the edge most lines.

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