EDL TFT LCD Display LCM Module [Size]
$12.10 – $44.00
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- All LCDs includes the SD card slot and touch panel function.
- All LCDs are Arduino supported, can be driven by Arduino, AVR, PIC, STM32 and most 8080 16bits MCUs.
- All LCDs also includes the backpack PCB, 3.3-5V power regulating circuit (AMS1117).
- All LCDs are supported by UTFT library. And some codes need to modify further due to some reasons, for example in the touch panel demo code, display on X+ and X- are mirror, so when you draw on left it comes to right, this changes on code will need to do it by yourself.
This series include size:
- 2.4” – ILI9341 – 240*320
- 3.2” – ILI9341 – 240*320
- 4.3” – SSD1963 – 480*272
- 5.0” – SSD1963 – 800*480
- 7.0” – SSD1963 – 800*480
Arduino Adapter Shield:
- EDL Arduino shield available on this link, you can directly plug this LCD module in the shield and work with Arduino board.
Does it have same pin out as itdb02?
Chao (store manager) –
It’s compatible with ITDB02 library, but they are different pins.
Seems to be same pinout as ITDB02.
or am I wrong?
These displays work very well with the UTFT arduino library. https://plus.google.com/103208678988314841168/posts/2VNkyQRQoGF
miki983 (verified owner) –
2.4” works great with the UTFT library. Unbeatable price and good quality (bought 2 pcs. so far and they are working great).
cly2 (verified owner) –
Fonctionne parfaitement sur arduino MEGA sans modification:
UTFT myGLCD(TFT01_32WD, 38,39,40,41);
xr4tch3tx (verified owner) –
Love the screen. Works great with the UTFT and Utouch Arduino libraries.
Plus if you’re good at coding you can get it to run with assembly code and get it to run fast enough for video.
I’ve had a lot of trouble with the 2.4″ screen. The main problem is that the touchscreen jitters between relatively accurate values and just reporting that one corner or another is being touched.
Also, the 2.4 is not a good choice for using with an Arduino because the the 2.4″ shield only works with an Uno, but the UTFT + UTouch libraries take up 90% of the Uno’s program space. Most of the examples are too large to load on an Uno, let alone any serious program. (Unless there’s a smaller alternate library that I’m not aware of.. nothing else I tried seemed compatible.)