- Pixel: 84×48
- Demension: 45x45mm
- Cube Color: Crystal clear, no color
- LED Color: Purple, Yellow, Pink, Red, Blue, Green, White
The Nokia 5110 is a graphic LCD screen which are used for many applications; originally designed as a cell phone screen. The driver chip which this LCD uses is the PCD8544. The PCD8544 is a low power CMOS LCD controller/driver, designed to drive a graphic display of 48 rows and 84 columns.
This 3.0″ TFT LCD Mega Shield has a total resolution of 480 x 320 pixels with 262K color. The controller for the LCD module is HX8357C, it supports 16-wires DataBus interface. This shield also includes a 5V-3.3V level shifter and power regulator, SD card socket, as well as SPI FLASH circuit.
This is an 1.3″ TFT LCD hat for Raspberry Pi with joystick and button control. The LCD measures 1.3″ with 240×240 pixels.
This 1.44″ color TFT LCD display has 128 x 128 resolution with 262 color. This LCD uses SPI interface to communicate with controller such as the Arduino.
This 3.5 TFT LCD Shield has total resolution of 480×320 pixels with individual RGB pixel controls. This display has a controller built into it with RAM buffering, so that almost no work is done by the microcontroller. The display can be used in two modes: 8-bit or SPI. For 8-bit mode, you’ll need 8 digital data lines and 4 or 5 digital control lines to read and write to the display (12 lines total). SPI mode requires only 5 pins total (SPI data in, data out, clock, select, and d/c) but is slower than 8-bit mode.
This lovely little shield is the best way to add a small, colorful and bright display to any project. We took our popular 1.8″ TFT breakout board and remixed it into an Arduino shield complete with microSD card slot and a 5-way joystick navigation switch (with a nice plastic knob)! Since the display uses only 4 pins to communicate and has its own pixel-addressable frame buffer, it can be used easily to add a display & interface without exhausting the memory or pins.