2.8" TFT Touch Screen Shield for Arduino

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This 2.8” TFT Touchscreen shield is designed especially for Arduino UNO/Mega2560. The shield can directly plug into the UNO/Mega2560 board. The TFT display uses SPI protocol for communication with the MCU. Library for Adafruit TFT touchscreen shield is compatible with it, which is easy to use. It has way more better and clear resolution than a B/W 128x64 display or a 16x2 lcd display. This display also has a resistive touchscreen attached to it, so you can detect a touch anywhere on the screen and this can also help take input via touch on screen.

Meanwhile, this module supports mini SD card to expand storage and can display files from the same.

The display can be used for various application with Arduino like displaying sensor data, plotting of graph using the data obtained, building a touch screen calculator with input being provided by touching screen and using Arduino for computation.

The display can also be used with RPi via the SPI pins to be used as a screen. This could help display the GUI of RPi or even can be used to view the RPi’s camera output.

 

Technical Specifications:

Parameters

Values

Supply Voltage

5V

Dimensions

78*52*16mm

 

Pin Details:

Arduino PIN 

Symbol    

Description

D3

TP_IRQ

Touch panel interrupt

D4

TP_CS

Touch panel chip select

D5

SD_CS

Micro SD card chip select

D7

LCD_DC

LCD data/command selection

D9

LCD_BL

LCD backlight control

D10

LCD_CS

LCD chip select

D11

MOSI

SPI data input

D12

MISO

SPI data output

D13

SCLK

SPI clock

 

Features:

  • 2.8" diagonal LCD TFT display
  • 240x320 resolution
  • ILI9341 controller with built in video RAM buffer
  • Works with any Arduino '328 or Mega
  • 5V compatible! Use with 3.3V or 5V logic
  • With white LED backlight.
  • Suport Mini SD card extension 
  • Size: 78*52*16mm
  • Weight: 38g
 

 
Note:
Special Credits for our Contributors
Co-ordinator: Sachin Gala
Content & Code Developer: Sorabh Rathod