Development Module FTDI VM800C43A-D
The VM800C43A-D is a development module for FTDI’s FT800, which is used to develop and demonstrate the functionality of the FT800 Embedded Video Engine, EVE. This module behaves as an SPI slave, and requires a SPI Master for proper micro-controller interfacing and system integration.
The FT800 provides a powerful feature set in a small package to create dynamic HMI interfaces. The device supports line by line graphics rendering to 1/16 of a pixel on displays with resolution up to 512 × 512 with 262K colours. The chip includes a touch controller for sensing touch feedback from a TFT display with a resistive touch panel as well as a sound synthesizer and audio playback with a PWM output to drive a speaker.
FT800 Key Hardware Features
VM800C modules support 3 different LCD panel size options. Users can also connect to different LCD screens as long as they meet the FT800 technical specification and fit the VM800C LCD connector.
The VM800C has the following features:
VM800C43AD, VM800C43A D
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