This TFT Display contains 240 x 240 pixels that can be controlled individually to display up to 262K colors. Above the display is a layer of a capacitive touchscreen, offering 29.4mm x 29.4mm active area at the center of the display. As a single touch screen, it can detect finger presses anywhere within the active area during normal operations. The TFT driver gets the ST7789S IC Driver inside with 2-bit data and 4-bit control serial interface while the capacitive touchscreen controller uses I2C.
|Product version||Release date||Support status||Notes|
|Xadow 1.54" Touchscreen(v1.0, older version)||Oct 2015||Supported||None|
|Xadow 1.54" Touchscreen(v1.1, latest version)||June 2016||Supported||None|
Note we have few modifications to library of Xadow 1.54" Touchscreen. And we will cover it later in section Notice of this page.
|Backlight||3 adjustable while LEDs|
|Current draw||~ 100mA at full backlight|
|Resolution||240 × 240 pixels|
|Connector|| 2 × 35 PIN Xadow Connectors for Xadow
GSM+BLE & Xadow Audio
|Interfaces|| Four-wire serial interface for TFT display
I2C for touchscreen
|Dimensions|| Board – 50.22mm × 47.21mm / 1.98” × 1.86”
Touchscreen – 38.1mm × 37.8mm / 1.51”× 1.51”
Active Area – 27.72mm × 27.72mm / 1.09” × 1.09”
4 × 2mm/0.9” mounting holds
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The schematic diagram of Xadow 1.54” Touchscreen is provided in the following link:
www.seeedstudio.com / www.seeed.cc)
Check more info about the TFT Display and the Capacitive Touchscreen: