PIC32MX and NHD-2.4-240320CF Questions?



  • Ted M.
    NHD Staff
    Hi Zezem,

    For PORTH.0 to PORTH.15, DB0 to DB16 is the correct order for 16-bit mode.

    8-bit mode will only use DB8 to DB15.

    Unfortunately we do know of a good library to use that supports the PIC32MX but you may find a generic library for the onboard ST7789Vi controller used in this display that will help get you going.

    Best Regards,
  • LarryA

    Take a look at the "controllerless" versionĀ  of the PIC graphics libraries Microchip provides. You will have to refresh all the pixels on the screen at your desired refresh rate. You will also need enough ram for one full screen of pixels = 240 x 320 x 2 bytes/pixel = >150k bytes. If that is too much you might have to use an external graphics chip like an Epson or BRTChip (which I use).


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