Display Variety Pack Giveaway!

Variety of Display Technologies

Explore different display technologies by winning this variety pack, which includes one of each type of display that we carry. Plus, each of these displays comes with a carrier or breakout board so it can easily be connected to the included Seeeduino. This giveaway includes the following: A 1.54″ yellow OLED and its breakout board … Read more Display Variety Pack Giveaway!

FTDI/Bridgetek Embedded Video Engine (EVE) Modules

What makes EVE modules so great? Crystalfontz EVE modules include an EVE graphic controller from FTDI/Bridgetek making it easy to use and control the display, touch, backlight, and audio features of an embedded system. Each of the controllable features appears to the host MCU as a memory-mapped SPI device. The host MCU sends commands and … Read more FTDI/Bridgetek Embedded Video Engine (EVE) Modules

New Product Alert: Square 240×240 TFT LCD

240x240 Color TFT LCD Display Part Number: CFAF240240A1-013T

Introducing our newest addition to the Crystalfontz line of TFT displays: our 240×240 square full-color TFT display — a small, high-density square TFT LCD module. This display is ideal for any application that needs a small display, especially useful for wearables, smartwatch, or small handheld instruments. Hip to be Square Reasons we love this display: Shape: The … Read more New Product Alert: Square 240×240 TFT LCD

FAQ: What is the Difference Between a TFT, LCD, and OLED?

RGB TFT display - crystalfontz.com

Confused about the differences between TFTs, LCDs, and OLEDs? What Do They Stand For? TFT stands for Thin Film Transistor (shorthand for “Active Matrix TFT LCD”) LCD stands for Liquid Crystal Display (shorthand for “Passive Matrix LCD) OLED stands for Organic Light Emitting Diode How Do They Work? TFT displays are also known as an “Active Matrix TFT LCD module” … Read more FAQ: What is the Difference Between a TFT, LCD, and OLED?

Tutorial: Connecting a TFT Display Using an Arduino or SparkFun Board

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