Fermion: 1.8" 128x160 IPS TFT LCD Display with MicroSD Card Slot (Breakout)

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SKU: DFR0928 Brand: DFRobot
This ST7735S 1.8" TFT Display features a resolution of 128×160 and SPI (4-wire) communication. Integrated with an SD card slot, it allows to easily read...
$14.55 AUD, inc GST
$13.23 AUD, exc GST

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Delivered by Thu, 25th of Jul

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This ST7735S 1.8" TFT Display features a resolution of 128×160 and SPI (4-wire) communication. Integrated with an SD card slot, it allows to easily read full-color bitmaps from the SD card.

The module provides users with two wiring methods: pin header wiring and GDI (General Display interface). You can directly connect the display to a FireBeetle main controller using an FPC cable. Plug and play, easy to wire. Besides, the display supports a low refresh rate and offers a good display effect and strong versatility.

It can be used in applications like sensor monitoring and alarm, Arduino temperature monitor, fan controller, etc.

Fermion: 1.8

Connect Diagram

Fermion: 1.8

Features

  • 128x160 Resolution
  • SPI (4-wire) communication
  • Integrated with an SD card slot
  • Applications

  • Sensor monitoring and alarm
  • Arduino temperature monitor
  • Fan controller
  • Specification

  • Operating Voltage: 3.3 V - 5 V
  • TFT Viewing Angle: 120 degrees
  • Pixels: 128 columns x 160 rows
  • Communication: SPI
  • Interface Mode: GDI, pin header
  • Driver Chip: ST7735S
  • Full-screen Power Consumption: 0.11 W
  • MicroSD Slot x 1
  • Operating Temperature: -10°C - +60°C
  • Display Area: 26 mm x 35 mm/1.02x1.38"
  • Module Dimension: 34 mm x 55 mm/1.34x2.17"
  • Mounting Hole Pitch: 29 mm/1.14", 50 mm/1.97"
  • Mounting Hole Size: 2 mm/0.08"
  • Documents
  • Product wiki
  • Schematics
  • Chip Datasheet
  • 3D File
  • 2D File
  • Parts List

  • Fermion: 1.8" 128x160 IPS TFT LCD Display with MicroSD Card Slot (Breakout) x1
  • GDI Display Cable x1
  • 10P Pin Connector x1
  • This product is listed in:

    Arduino>Displays
    Displays & Screens>Graphic

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