„Plus“ version of new graphic modules FTDI with an EVE technology brings a big plus in a form of a compatibility with an Arduino platform.
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Innovative graphic chips of the family EVE were introduced to you in our article: Is a display design difficult? Leave it to „Eve“! or also in the webinar in cooperation with the producer - FTDI. This time company FTDI comes with another significant step to make development easier - compatibility with an Arduino platform.
New versions of VM800 modules with the „P“ (Plus) suffix contain besides the graphic chip FT800 and a touch display (3,5/4,3 a 5,0“) a RISC procesor ATMEGA328P (16 MHz) with a precompiled Arduino „bootloader“ (from the supplied 4GB uSD card). It means, that applications can be developed in a free Arduino IDE environment and to use a huge amount of Arduino libraries. “Plus” version also contains a USB interface with the FT232R chip and a precise bezel (Black or Pearl). Also available are over 50 sample “EVE” applications including various gauges, keyboards and other usable in a target device. It can be said, that the Plus series is designed to be directly used not only for development, but also into a target device as a standalone graphic module (HMI) able to control even other peripheries and to communicate through a USB port. The module can be powered through a microUSB connector or from an external 5V adapter.
complete standalone graphic modules with a touch TFT LCD
compatibility with the Arduino IDE
significant simplification of development thanks to a compatibility with Arduino libraries
directly usable into a target device
including a precise bezel (pearl or black)
USB interface (FT232R)
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Which graphic chip (family) is used in the VM800P modules?
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