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Topic: Any tips on how to use this touch lcd screen with Arduino UNO r3? (Read 666 times) previous topic - next topic

luancristian


I couldn't find any tutorial that uses a similar board and I can't even figure out which pines to connect where following the standard tft library, can anyone help me?

johnwasser

The image did not appear in your post.

Can you provide a pointer to the source of the LCD?
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luancristian


The image did not appear in your post.

Can you provide a pointer to the source of the LCD?


Url to the image: http://s2.postimg.org/67qbobxwo/IMG_03082013_015118.jpg
But, unfortunaly, not. I bought it on eBay and I no longer have access to the account I used to buy it, so I don't know from which seller I got it. It was described as Arduino Compatible though.
I don't really have much info about it, not even a manufacturer, the only data displayed on it is the code in the back (showed in the picture). Searching for it on google the only thing I got was unsolved threads about people trying to make it work with arduino.

Sorry about my english, I'm not a native speaker and am writing this in a hurry. Any help or idea will be appreciated. Thank you.

johnwasser

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Aug 05, 2013, 04:05 pm Last Edit: Aug 05, 2013, 04:09 pm by johnwasser Reason: 1
You might want to contact the author of http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=8798.0 to see if they have made their TFT_320QVT shield commercially.  That would do the connecting and would probably come with software.

Also, it looks like this emartee product might be compatible:

http://www.emartee.com/product/41608/

If so, they might have wiring diagrams and software you can use.
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