1.8″ TFT LCD (128×160) ST7735 Breakout

$14.95

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This 1.8″ SPI driven TFT LCD is an inexpensive way to add a colorful display to any project! it features a 128×160 color pixel display and can display full 18-bit color (262,144 shades!)

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Description

This 1.8″ SPI driven TFT LCD is an inexpensive way to add a colorful display to any project! The screen uses The display uses 5 wire SPI to communicate and has its own pixel-addressable frame buffer making it compatible with just about every kind of microcontroller and single board computer – even the Raspberry Pi!

The 1.8″ display has 128×160 color pixels. The ST7735 TFT driver can display full 18-bit color (262,144 shades!). The breakout ships pre-assembled and requires no soldering to use. There is a SD card holder on the back – however we haven’t had much luck with it.

Features

  • Dimensions: 58.3 x 34.6 x 7.3mm (excluding headers)
  • 1.8" LCD TFT display
  • 128x160 resolution
  • 262,144 (18bit) color
  • 5 wire SPI digital interface

Package Contents

  • 1 x 1.8" TFT LCD (128x160) ST7735 Breakout

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  Difficulty Level

Soldering Skill: N/A
Prototyping Skill: Beginner
Programming Skill: Beginner

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  Product Attributes

Weight: 20 g

  Warranty Policy

This product has a 30 Day Warranty from the date of delivery. The item must not be modified, abused, incorrectly hooked up, or used for purposes outside the original scope of design.

  Return Policy

This product is returnable Within 14 Days of delivery for a store credit. Item must be unopened, unused, and in re-saleable condition.

 
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Comments

  1. Owen T (verified owner)

    Worked great with Raspberry Pi Pico W
    Used Adafruit tutorial at : https://learn.adafruit.com/1-8-tft-display?view=all
    No code modifications needed to run the “graphicstest” example under the “AdaFruit ST7335 and ST7789 Library”

    LCD connections to Pico W
    ◦ VCC to pin 36 – 3V3(OUT)
    ◦ GND to pin 38 – GND (or any other GND on the Pico)
    ◦ CS to pin 14 – GP10
    ◦ RESET to pin 12 – GP9
    ◦ A0 to pin 11 – GP8 (A0 is sometimes called DC in other examples)
    ◦ SDA to pin 25 – GP19 / SPIO TX
    ◦ SCK to pin 24 – GP18 / SPIO SCK
    ◦ LED to pin 36 – 3V3(OUT) (for max brightness – this is a PWM input, if unconnected the display is very dim)

  2. Jim (verified owner)

    Got the SD card holder working with both a Raspberry Pi Pico H and a BBC micro:bit V1.5 by setting SPI speed to 4MHz and formatting the SD card using the Adafruit SdFat library (SdFat_-_Adafruit_Fork) found in:

    Arduino/libraries/SdFat_-_Adafruit_Fork/examples/SdFormatter/SdFormatter.ino

    This allows images stored in files on the SD card to be displayed. Was also able to write to the card using the Pico, though I haven’t tried doing so with the micro:bit.

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