Example Arduino Code for the NHD-4.3-480272EF-ATXL#-CTP



  • Michael_L

    You are referring to the incorrect example code link.  Please see below:


    Please note that this is example code for the display when used with our NHD-4.3-480272MF-20 or NHD-4.3-480272MF-20 (uses the SSD1963 controller).  The TFT panel without a controller does not require any initialization code, as there is no controller to initialize.  TFT panels without controllers are like monitors that accept a digital RGB interface, basically like digital VGA.  You would either need an MCU that has the proper signals/drivers for a TFT display, or you would need to use an external TFT controller.

  • Alias_Alias

    Ok thanks first.
    Maybe i have thought wrong but I would like to add the TFT panel NHD-4.3-480272EF-ATXL#-CTP to my Arduino Due directly.
    Maybe this is not Possible, but this is why I asked here. I would add the TFT panel NHD-4.3-480272EF-ATXL#-CTP to NHD-FFC40 and then to the Arduino Due.

    I have made a little Picture how i think i can add it.
    Sorry, but the Images are to big for this Forum. That's why i have put them in my dropbox.

    Maybe you can look at it and tell me that this is possible or this is impossible, because ....
    I would love if you can give me a little more explanation about the PIN 32 HSYNC and PIN 33 VSYNC.
    I'm also not realy sure about the Clock. What does the PIN 30 stand for?

    Thanks a lot.

  • Michael_L

    You can use the Arduino with the display but you will need a TFT controller.  It is not capable of driving it by itself.
    For information on TFT interface signals, I would recommend you do some research via the Internet.  It is not something simply explained in a forum post.  Here's one link I found that has information on these signals, however there are many others:



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