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2018/09/02 15:56:49 (permalink)
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Display + touch

Hi! all
I've work with some PIC16 and PIC18F87k22 and lcd display with a PicKity3 and MpLabX. But now I'd like to use the AC320005-5 (5" WVGA + MaxTouch), or bigger. What does it take to have this display plus a development or training board that have I/O, DAC,ADC,Serial and kind of fast with nice amount of memory. I'd like to read sensors that have pwm, anl ,digital, frequency, etc, and display it on this screen.
So I need the screen (and maybe the driver), the board(S) and some examples on how to use all this.
Does this work too with MplLabX, if not, what would be the software then.
Does anyone have an idea on what I need, to be able to do that.
There is lot of boards and options, that I don't know what to use.
 
Thanks a lot to everyone.
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    DeutcheN
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    Re: Display + touch 2018/09/05 11:20:13 (permalink)
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    As explained in the landing page,
     
    http://www.microchip.com/developmenttools/ProductDetails/AC320005-5#additional-summary
     
      This demo works with the Multimedia Expansion Board (DM320005-5) which uses a 32-bit device.  The quick start guide in the landing page indicates where to get the demo software for this eval kit.
     
     
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    Re: Display + touch 2018/09/06 13:25:08 (permalink)
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    Thanks for the tip.
     
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    Re: Display + touch 2018/11/20 00:03:54 (permalink)
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    Well sti, I looked and looked and could not find any 4:3 format touch screen displays. There were many choices of 16:9 large screen displays up to at least 150", but not 4:3. I will mention that at least 2 manufacturers say they do custom displays and you could call them and ask about a custom display for your needs. I am sure they would be quite expensive and not Walmart priced at all.They are listed below. 

    planar.com Tel. 1-866-475-2627 
    ideum.com Tel. 1-855-898-6824 

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