Noritake GTWQ043C3B00PWA 4.3″ TFT Touch Module

Noritake GTWQ043C3B00PWA 4.3″ TFT Touch Module

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Noritake GTWQ043C3B00PWA 4.3″ TFT Touch Module is a wide operating temperature (-30°C to 85°C) model of a command-controlled touch TFT module. This module is designed to facilitate quick embedded GUI development and reduce system costs with powerful built-in commands. The GTWQ043C3B00PWA module has a 4.3″ diagonal screen size consisting of 480 x 272 pixels resolution with a high brightness of typical 850cd/m² capability. This module works with a 5V DC single power supply and 3.3V signal voltage. The GTWQ043C3B00PWA module features FLETAS® Metallized Projective Capacitive Touch (MPCT) screen that provides a wide range of touch sensitivity adjustments to perform adaptive sensitivity and noise-resistance. This module’s touch sensitivity is adjustable via simple commands over USB, I²C, SPI, and UART interfaces that will make an easier connection for most microcontrollers. The touch works with gloves and up to a 5mm acrylic overlay (with 0.5mm air-gap). The GTWQ043C3B00PWA module is ideally used in refrigeration, heating, and other industrial applications.

Features

  • -30°C to 85°C wide operating temperature range
  • 4.3″ TFT panel
  • FLETAS® Metallized Projective Capacitive Touch (MPCT) panel
  • 850cd/m2 high-brightness (typical)
  • 480 × 272 pixel resolution
  • 5V DC single power supply
  • Command-based operation makes GUI development quick and easy
  • Touch sensitivity is adjustable via simple commands over USB, I2C, SPI, and UART
  • On-board flash memory is available to store many images and fonts
  • RoHS compliant

more information: https://www.noritake-elec.com/news/product-release/new-wide-operating-temperature-4-3-tft-touch-module

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