Tag Archives: LCD

Touch screen update

Today I’ve been reviewing the relevant documentation about the touch screen panel mounted on the 2.8 inch ILI display I intend to use for future projects. I think it’s all pretty much straightforward to integrate in my framework, including a … Continue reading

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DC2N5-LC Touchscreen?

As I received a few requests to produce more DC2N5-LC devices I’ll state my point here: to start with I am unable to buy additional displays at a reasonable price. Secondly, I haven’t got the time to build these devices. However, there … Continue reading

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Dealing with Chinese eBay sellers can be difficult

In order to ascertain which version of the red 1.44′ SPI LCD panel they are currently shipping, I asked 13 eBay sellers “a question about the item” from within their listing. This is the sort of enquiry one would make … Continue reading

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1.44′ SPI 128*128 LCD panels based on ILI9163 explained

Right, so I had a chance to put together a few pictures in order to illustrate the differences between version 1.1 and version 2.1 of the red LCD panels as per below: For both panels the panel resolution selection pins … Continue reading

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GPS integration completed

I had some time yesterday to finish the integration of the GPS module into my projects. I am quite happy about the results 🙂

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DC2N3: more experimenting

I decided to try hooking the display I was recently testing to the DC2N3 and see how it looks like 🙂 A picture of the test circuit:

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Playing with a new display!

I hooked one of the displays I recently ordered and of course it seemed obvious to me to start with a very familiar demo 🙂 Thanks to Tommi for bringing this one to my attention: a really enjoyable display to … Continue reading

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