Crystalfontz is pleased to announce a new product to our product line: 128×64 2.4 Inch OLED Module, available in white or yellow. Key Features Ultra-thin Fast response display SPI interface requires only 4 pins Arduino-compatible demonstration code View This Module in Action Here is a video demo of this module. The module is being demonstrated using … Read more New Product Announcement: Crystalfontz 2.4″ OLED Module
Jason Eppink of the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria New York has been working on a great little project that shows subtitles on an external Crystalfontz LCD, while the video plays on a monitor above. The project is open source on GitHub. Project Details It uses a Raspberry Pi to play the videos. … Read more Crystalfontz in the movies? Well, almost!
We have published a sample Arduino Sketch that shows how to drive a Sitronix ST7920 based CFAG14432D 144×32 Graphic LCD in our support forum. With just a few primitive functions, you can create some nice looking displays. We used a Seeeduino v4.2. An Arduino Uno would work just as well. Here is a video overview of … Read more Tutorial: Driving a 144×32 Graphic LCD
Crystalfontz actively supports learning, especially for engineers-in-training. A few months ago, we were approached by a senior student working on a capstone project at EWU and the project was unveiled at a poster presentation on June 1st at the university. We are impressed by this project, incorporating a Crystalfontz 835 LCD module and an Arduino … Read more Engineering Project: Crystalfontz 835 and an Arduino Mega 2560
Crystalfontz America announces three new supporting products for the128x64 pixel COG (Chip-On-Glass) graphic LCD display module series of displays based on the CFA10072 carrier board. 128×64 Graphic LCD Breakout Kit Using SPI or 8-bit parallel interface, simply connect the standard 20-pin header (0.100″ pitch) to your system’s PCB, using WR-JMP-Y40 jumper wires. No soldering required. … Read more New Product: Arduino and LCD Module Bundles
In the video tutorial below, the Crystalfontz 128×128 SPI Color TFT display is connected using 4-wire SPI mode and a SparkFun RedBoard. The software demonstrates bit-banged software SPI, or can use hardware SPI. Please see our tech forum for the complete step-by-step written tutorial. One of our Twitter followers posted this update, using an Arduino-compatible board … Read more Tutorial: Connecting a TFT Display Using an Arduino or SparkFun Board
In our last post, we talked about connecting a Raspberry Pi to a Crystalfontz LCD. In this post, we look at connecting an Arduino Uno with a CFA533 I2C LCD with a keypad. This gives you the ability to output and control your Arduino via I2C using a character module with a keypad interface. Let’s Get Started Step … Read more Tutorial: Connect an Arduino to a Crystalfontz 533 Keypad LCD