2.4" TFT touch Screen LCD Arduino Shield Compatible

  • RM27.56

  • Ex Tax: RM26.00
  • Product Code: TFT Touch Screen 2.4
  • Availability: In Stock

The LCD has excellent vivid color contrast.

Spice up your Arduino project with a beautiful large touchscreen display shield with built in microSD card connection. This TFT display is big (2.4″ diagonal) bright (4 white-LED backlight) and colorful (18-bit 262,000 different shades)! 240×320 pixels with individual pixel control. It has way more resolution than a black and white 128×64 pixel display. As a bonus, this display has a resistive touchscreen attached to it already, so you can detect finger presses anywhere on the screen.

 

Technical Specifications:

  • 2.4" diagonal LCD TFT display
  • Resolution: 240×320 , 18-bit (262,000) color
  • ILI9341 controller
  • 8-bit digital interface, plus 4 control lines
  • Uses digital pins 5-13 and analog 0-3. That means you can use digital pins 2, 3 and analog 4 and 5. Pin 12 is available if not using the microSD
  • Works with any Arduino ‘328 or Mega (Leonardo not supported yet)
  • 5V compatible! Use with 3.3V or 5V logic
  • Onboard 3.3V 300mA LDO regulator
  • 4 white LED backlight. On by default but you can connect the transistor to a digital pin for backlight control
  • 4-wire resistive touchscreen
  • Micro SD slot
  • Size: 71 x 52 x 7mm

 

Documents & Downloads

 

Package Includes

  • 1x 2.4 inch TFT touch Screen LCD

 

Arduino Libraries & Example

https://github.com/JoaoLopesF/SPFD5408

 

Arduino Pin Connections

Arduino Pin LCD Shield Pin Use
3.3V 3.3V Power
5V 5V Power
GND GND Power
A0 LCD_RD LCD Control
A1 LCD_WR   TOUCH_YP LCD Control / Touch Data
A2 LCD_RS     TOUCH_XM LCD Control / Touch Data
A3 LCD_CS LCD Control
A4 LCD_RST LCD Reset
D2 LCD_D2 LCD Data
D3 LCD_D3 LCD Data
D4 LCD_D4 LCD Data
D5 LCD_D5 LCD Data
D6 LCD_D6 / TOUCH XP LCD Data/ Touch Data
D7 LCD_D7 / TOUCH YM LCD Data / Touch Data
D8 LCD_D0 LCD Data
D9 LCD_D1 LCD Data
D10 SD_CS SD Select
D11 SD_DI SD Data
D12 SD_DO SD Data
D13 SD_SCK SD Clock

WARNING.  The USB B-type port on the Arduino Uno R3 is taller then the headers on the board.  As a result, many shields, including this one can contact the metal shielding of the USB port, causing damage. The simplest way to avoid this is to place a piece of electrical tape, or Kapton tape, on top of the USB port to insulate it.

As with all Arduino Shields, connecting to the Arduino is simply a matter of plugging the shield in. Take care to align the pins correctly, and ensure the bottom of the shield does not make contact with the Arduino USB port.

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