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cool Small Bright Good (slightly slow) LCD module
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  • posted byWejur on 11/20/2014

    I spend almost 3 days to try find some information, how to setup this display. So... it must work with 3.3V LOGIC! NOT 5V, just 3.3V. You need Level Shifting Module 5V->3.3V, like this SKU 308899, but i didn`t have any information about it. So i can`t say what this quality is good, because i cant... Read more


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  • posted byKyleS on 08/17/2014

    Nice clear image, good color, minimal pin count, and if you're on a 3v logic system, easy setup. The trade off for being minimal pin count is that it's relatively slow, and works best for static images. Animations on it require being clever if you don't want tearing, and video is novelty-quality,... Read more

    Impression:Good (slightly slow) LCD module;

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  • posted byblTb86 on 08/17/2014

    Took me a while, but I finally got this thing to work with my Arduino Nano. First time I've tried it, all I got was a blank screen. Then, after several days of research I found out that even though it has a built-in voltage regulator, it does not support 5V input. Most of the working solutions i... Read more


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  • posted byAlekzander2013 on 03/25/2014

    Compact, good quality, serial interface (SPI), well known controller (ILI9341), lot of drivers for almost every MCU. I get it to work with my STM8S as soon as i wired it correctly (don't forget - it's 3.3v, and RST and SCE is Active Low so they have to be pulled to ground by external resistor or... Read more

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  • posted byps2freak on 02/19/2014

    Great display, which uses the MISO connectors on the Arduino. So it uses a serial interface. The pro is that it just uses 5 connections on the arduino to make the display work. Should be compatible with the UTFT library, but I use the Adafruit library Because it is serial it is slow in drawing. a... Read more

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  • posted bymauroga on 02/08/2014

    Nice looking with good retro illumination TFT. Very useful to have an SDCARD reader embedded for stocking images or whatsoever. The SDCard reader is huge. The SPI protocol for the SDCard and the TFT could be mutualised in order to decrease of 5 cables of connections. The SPI protocol for the and... Read more

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  • posted byXarlyX on 12/17/2013

    Cheap and useful, Though they are 2 inches this is enough good in the respective to the relation of quality- price. You will have an Screen and a SD slot by THE PRICE OF 1. I am satisfied to have bought it. IT NEEDS AN INSTRUCTION BOOKLET for connecting it to the Arduino. also it should come with... Read more

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  • posted bypitrs33 on 11/30/2013

    Very easy to implement with Arduino with UTFT library. I was able to run this almost immediately after connecting it to Arduino UNO. Here is how to connect it: //SDA = SDI, SCL = SCK, CS, RESET, RS = D/S UTFT myGLCD(TFT01_22SP,11,10,9,12,8); Good quality of PCB and manufacturing is also OK. Quite... Read more

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  • posted byRumpelschnicel on 11/08/2013

    Very easy connect to Your controller. Uses 6 pins on microcontroller IO port. 2 pins for power and 1 for LED backlight. Works with any microcontroller who powered from 3.3V Controller based on ILI9341 chip. Datasheet available on internet. Bright picture and perfect resolution. Data transfer to... Read more

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  • posted byandrethomas on 10/30/2013

    cheap, good, stable - a really nice display no documentation, not sooo easy to install with arduino. Only works with 3,3V !!! Need voltage converter or a CMOS4050 for 5V Arduino boards, poor refreshrate because of Ili9341 Chip on board For easy install arduino/atmel avr: download this libraray: /... Read more

    Nice 320x240 TFT Display for my Arduino

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