How to use STONEtech STVC035WT-01 intelligent TFT LCD module with Arduino
Displays have over time, emerged as one of the best ways to drive user interactions on any device. They make it easy to collect inputs and present information (outputs) to users in a graphical, easy to understand format. This usefulness has led to improvements in their quality, with improved resolution and low power features, but almost little has changed when it comes to the complexity of creating beautiful user interfaces for them. This is why the team at STONETech created the STVC035WT-01 intelligent Smart display which we will explore for today’s tutorial.
The STONETech STVC036WT display is a 16-bit, 3.5″ display with a 320×480 (RGB) resolution, has a 49.0 x 73.4mm viewing area, and pixel spacing of 0.1905mm×0.0635mm (H×V). The display is a Class A industry Panel with an Industry level 4 wire resistance based touch screen, all layered on an integrated CPU, driver, and flash memory with several communication interfaces to enable it to connect to data sources like microcontrollers. For communication with a microcontroller, the display supports serial communication protocols like UART/TTL, RS232, and RS485, ensuring it can communicate with any kind of microcontroller or industrial computers. The UART/TTL pin on the Display supports both 3.3v/5v logic level which adds another layer of ease to the use of the display as users need not worry about the need for logic level shifters when building using a microcontroller that operates on either of the voltage level mentioned.
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