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I am trying to use riverdi display RVT50AQFFWC00 (MIKROE-2171) with arduino UNO.

The components I have are:
Arduino UNO
Riverdi click (MIKROE-2100)
Display Development Tools 5" Capacitive Riverdi Display, RVT50AQFFWC00 (MIKROE-2171)

I have the wiring schematic attached.

I wonder if this setting will work and is there a sample program to start with?

If not, what components I should choose, or how could I make the screen working.

The purpose of the project is the display a reading from encoder and reset the process from the screen.

Thanks for help.


Mar 14, 2019, 10:59 pm Last Edit: Mar 15, 2019, 12:40 am by TFTLCDCyg
Your TFT is a 3.3V SPI device. Use this shield

The library of control can be this: gameduino 2/3

MCU: arduino UNO
TFT: Riverdi 5" FT813 (800x480 px)



Mar 15, 2019, 06:33 pm Last Edit: Mar 15, 2019, 06:51 pm by TFTLCDCyg
Also you can use a MCU of 3.3V like an arduino due or teensy 3.2 or 3.5 or 3.6, or STM32: M4 Demo, F429ZI-Disco, Nucleo F767ZI or Core7XXI

Connect your TFT directly on SPI1.

You need this

- breakout 20 pin FPC 0.5 mm pitch like this or this

- FPC 20 pin 0.5 mm pitch (large: 5, 10, 12 or 15 cm)


Teensy 3.6

You can use this SD reader in parallel to SPI port of the TFT, but with a different SD-CS pin.

I recommend this wiring: pin 10 for TFT-CS and 5 for SD-CS on boards like teensy 3.X or arduino Due

For the TFT on STM32: SPI1

For the SD reader on STM32: SPI3 on F429-Disco or Nucleo F767ZI; SPI2 on M4Demo or Core7XXI

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