This TFT Display contains 240 X 240 pixels that can be controlled individually to display up to 262K colours. Above the display is a layer of capacitive touchscreen, offering 29.4mm X 29.4mm active area at the centre of display. As a single touch screen, it can detect finger presses anywhere within the active area during the normal operations. The TFT driver is based on the ST7789S IC Driver with 2 bit data and 4 bit control serial interface while the capacitive touchscreen controller uses I2C.
Try to use it in a steady environment as abrupt variation on temperature and humidity may cause malfunction of the panel.
Try to keep the panel surface clean and avoid any kind of adhesive applied on the surface, you may use neutral detergent or isopropyl alcohol on a clean soft cloth to clean the panel surface.
Xadow 1.54" Touchscreen * 1
FPC Cable 35 PIN * 2
240 x 240 resolution
Display up to 262K colours
4x 2mm/0.9" mounting holds
Built-in Xadow Connectors for easy pluggable FPC cables
Perfect choice for your DIY phone project
TFT Driver: ST7789S
Touchscreen Type: Capacitive
Backlight: 3 adjustable while LEDs
Current draw: ~ 100mA at full backlight
Resolution: 240 x 240 pixels
Connector: 2x 35 PIN Xadow Connectors for Xadow
GSM+BLE & Xadow Audio
Interfaces: 4 line serial interface for TFT display
I2C for touchscreen
Dimensions: Board – 50.22mm X 47.21mm / 1.98’’ X 1.86’’
Touchscreen – 38.1mm X 37.8mm / 1.51” X 1.51”
Active Area – 27.72mm X 27.72mm / 1.09” X 1.09”
4x 2mm/0.9” mounting holds
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