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It includes an Arduino shield compatible footprint for attachment. The TFT driver is based on professional Driver IC and with 8 bit data and 4 bit control interface. Features Arduino/Seeeduino, Arduino Mega, and Seeeduino Mega compatible 2.8” Size QVGA Display Resistive Touch Screen Specification Cautions Do not subject the module to mechanical shock or impact by dropping it. Buy 2.8'' TFT Touch Shield [SLD62445P] Is this compatible with the Leonardo? I saw on the wiki demo sketch here that there was a definition included for the Leonardo, but it does not work with mine. Only the backlight comes on. Thanks for your attention, the libraries of TFT v1 can't support leonardo, we will upgrade it later.Thanks.
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Fay Wu and Gloria Li Fay Wu and Gloria Li are undergraduates studying computer science. Fay goes to the University of California, Los Angeles, and Gloria attends Dartmouth College in New Hampshire. They were roommates during their Explore Microsoft internships in the summer of 2013, and this is the first project they’ve worked on together. What is the impAlarm? Fay: impAlarm is a wearable hardware hack created by Gloria and I during the 24 hour PearlHacks hackathon at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill on March 22-23, 2014. Our project is basically a wearable panic button that allows a user to press any of three buttons to do one of the following three things:
Serial Enabled 16x2 LCD - White on Black 5V - LCD-09395. Graphic LCD 84x48 - Nokia 5110 - LCD-10168. There are a few things you need be aware of here.
Dirty connections: I have found that one of my units would randomly stop working or flicker, or alternate between being too dim or being too dark, and this was clearly a physical problem (pressing on the board made the problem change). The problem, as I discovered, was dirty contacts on the board and screen itself. I unclipped the board and found dust particles on the contacts. Cleaned both sets of contacts with cotton swabs and rubbing alcohol, and the problem was resolved.
Contrast setting: I think most of the difficulties people are having here stem from trying random hardcoded contrast settings. Hardware SPI: use it. I have a working library for this LCD that uses hardware SPI that I’m pretty happy with, and plan to release under MIT license on github sooner or later. Definitely run this LCD on 3.3V.