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Replacement: LCD-10089. This has been discontinued. This page is for reference only.

Description: 4D Systems' uLCD-32032-P1T(SGC) is a feature-rich serial display module which combines a 3.2" TFT LCD with an integrated touch screen, uSD card socket, an audio amplifier, and more! Everything on this beautiful LCD can be easily controlled via a well defined serial interface.

Powerful graphics, text, image, animation and countless more features are built inside the module. It offers a simple yet effective serial interface to any host micro-controller that can communicate via a serial port. All screen related functions are sent using a simple protocol via the serial interface.

Features:

  • Low-cost LCD display graphics user interface solution.
  • 240 x 320 QVGA resolution, 65K true to life colors, TFT screen.
  • Integrated 4-Wire resistive Touch Panel.
  • Easy 5 pin interface to any host device: VCC, TX, RX, GND, RESET.
  • Asynchronous hardware serial port, TTL interface, with 300 baud  to 256K baud.
  • Powered by the 4D-Labs PICASO-SGC processor
  • On-board micro-SD memory card adapter for multimedia storage and data logging purposes. HC card support is also available for cards 4Gb and larger.
  • DOS compatible file access (FAT16 format) as well as low level access to card memory.
  • Dedicated PWM Audio pin supports FAT16 audio WAV files and complex sound generation.
  • On-board audio amplifier with a tiny 8 Ohms speaker for sound generation and WAV file playback.
  • Comprehensive set of built in high level graphics functions and algorithms that can draw lines, circles, text, and much more.
  • Display full color images, animations, icons and video clips - supports all available Windows fonts and characters (imported as external fonts).
  • 16x General Purpose I/O pins. Upper 8 bits can be used as an I/O Bus for fast 8-bit parallel data transfers.
  • 2x 30 pin headers for I/O expansion and future plug-in daughter boards.
  • 4.0V to 5.5V range operation (single supply).
  • 4 x snap-off mounting tabs with 3mm holes for mechanical support.

Dimensions:

  • 55.1 x 77.0 x 13.8mm (not including mounting tabs)
  • Display Viewing Area: 48.6 x 64.8mm


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Comments 4 comments

  • why do you guys insist on stocking super expensive products like this? that serial command set doesn’t seem like such a huge advantage, and it’ll be slooooow
    please stock some decent LCDs
    maybe like http://www.thaieasyelec.net/index.php/arduino/3-2-inch-tft-touch-screen-with-arduino-interface/p_68.html for $55

  • Ok, not exactly low-cost. But it isn’t just a display with touch screen, it’s more with programmable processor, uSD card adapter, audio, GPIO…
    I don’t know. It’s hardly a bargain, but I guess there is also worse deals out there.

  • I have to agree as well. However, it really isn’t Sparkfun’s fault on the price. If you go to 4D Systems the price would probably be the same or higher. If 4D systems really want to sell displays at a price like this the It needs to be able to do a lot of stuff such as displaying webpages in HTML for example. I really don’t see the point in 4D Systems selling a low resolution screen for this price especially when the display is slooooooooooooooooow. I have the uOLED-32024-P1 and I’m sending commands at 115200 with a picmicro which allowed me to get the display to speed up reponse in displaying circles, text and rectangles.

  • I think I have to side with frank26080115 here. $175 isn’t exactly what I’d call “low-cost”. For another 4 bucks one could buy an iPod Touch for example.


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