MaTouch ESP32-S3 Parallel TFT with Touch 7“
This ESP32 S3 7-inch IPS display could be an ideal displayer& controller for IOT applications. It has 2 versions: High-resolution version 800480, and Ultra High-resolution version 1024600; Display on both versions is IPS, and the display effect is beautiful, together with 5 points capacitive touch, great for applications such as home automation; There on-board SD card, to make it possible to record/play filed data. Also, there 2 Mabee/ Grove connectors, so the users can connect kinds of sensors to this board, to create personal prototype projects instantly.
- Controller: ESP32-S3-WROOM-1, PCB Antenna, 16MB Flash, 8MB PSRAM, ESP32-S3-WROOM-1-N16R8
- Wireless: Wifi& Bluetooth 5.0
- LCD: 7 inch High Lightness IPS
- FPS: >30
- Resolution: 800480/1024600
- LCD interface: RGB 565
- Touch Panel: 5 Points Touch, Capacitive
- Touch Panel Driver: GT911
- USB: Dual USB Type-C(one for USB-to-UART and one for native USB)
- UART to UART Chip: CP2104
- Power Supply: USB Type-C 5.0V(4.0V~5.25V)
- Button: Flash button and reset button
- Mabee interface: 1I2C;1GPIO
- MicroSD: Yes
- Arduino support: Yes
- Type-C Power Delivery: Not Supported
- Operation temperature: -40℃ to +85℃
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This is the latest development release of CircuitPython that will work with the MaTouch ESP32-S3 Parallel TFT with Touch 7“.
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