2.8'' TFT Touch Shield v2.0
This is a multifunctional Arduino/Seeeduino/Arduino Mega compatible resistive touch screen. It can be used as a display device or sketch pad. Compared with the previous version, 2.8’‘ TFT Touch Shield V1.0, we replaced the screen driver with a more professional chip, ILI9341 driver, providing different pin-saving SPI communication without sacrificing the data transmitting speed. Due to the communication method change, programs developed for the original version need modifications before being transplanted to the new version. With a SD card module integrated also on this shield, this shield reserves great room for further expansions to your project.
- Big screen for easy and comfortable experience
- Backlight controllable via programming
- 65k rich colors display
- SPI pin-saving communication method
- Full screen touch active range
|Working Voltage||5 V|
|Resolution||320 x 240|
- Sensor Hub
- Human Machine Interface
- Smart House
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You can use the NOT USED pins to control the others module.
This getting started is based on Win10 and Arduino IDE 1.6.9
Here we will show you how this display work, we need things as below to start.
|Seeeduino V4||2.8 TFT Touch Shield V2||Micro USB Cable|
|More Details||More Details||More Details|
Download Arduino Library
This library works for:
- Arduino/Genuino UNO
- Seeeduino V3/4.0/4.2
- Arduino/Genuino Mega
- Arduino Leonardo
- Seeeduino Lite/Clio/Lotus
- LinkIt ONE(Touch panel don’t work)
Click on the below button to download the library and install it (HOW TO INSTALL AN ARDUINO LIBRARY).
This library include few examples,
We use shapes example for this demo.
Connection and Upload the code
Insert the board to Seeeduino, and open your Arduino IDE. Click on File > Examples > TFT_Touch_Shield_V2-master > shapes to open the code.
Select the correct COM port and Boards(Seeeduino V4), upload the code to Seeeduino, then it’s done. If you have any question about how to start the uploading, please put had on here to get more details.
The backlight is default on always, if you want to control the backlight, you need to do some hack in the board. Please look at the back side of the board, there’s a BACKLIGHT label, and one side named ON the other side named D7. We need to cut the wire at ON side and solder D7 side. As shown below.
Then you can control the backlight via control D7.
To open backlight: digitalWrite(7, HIGH);
To close backlight: digitaWrite(7, LOW);
Please be careful when use a box cutter and soldering iron.
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