any one ever tried interfacing a touch screen color lcd display on AVR ICs like mega32?
it has a driver ILI9325.
I have used the code from www.circuitidea.com
You will need to change the init a possibly a few other bits for your driver chip.
Depending on what you want to do with your LCD you may find that you don't have enough memory to, say, have some icons in flash. Also the displays run at 3.3V max so you either run the M32 at 3.3V and limit your clock to 8MHz (pretty slow if the display is largish) or run the M32 at 5V, use level shifters and run at full speed of 16MHz.
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either run the M32 at 3.3V and limit your clock to 8MHz (pretty slow if the display is largish) or run the M32 at 5V, use level shifters and run at full speed of 16MHz...
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thanks people, i found a function liberary for it, currently i am running tests with a mega32L working with 24MHz and 3.3 volts! will report back after achieving better more useful results.
"mega32L working with 24MHz and 3.3 volts" sounds promising for an IgNobel prize :lol:
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whiteman7777 have you looked at the datasheet of the M32L running at 3.3V? What is the maximum clock frequency which can be used at that voltage? Are you just going to make a one off for experimentation?
hint: bottom of first page-Speed grades
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it was working at 24MHz but i reduced it to 20MHz because it had failures often, currently it is working at 20MHz crystal resonated clock frequency and 3.3 supply voltage very nicely! :)
will report back if any thing interesting achieved.
i wonder if there are any member of AVR family with CK frequency more than 30MHz confirmed??
is it too different working with Xmegas? are registers and workings changed a lot?
what examples can you represent?
i wonder if any one is moderating these forums, i would certainly like to report some Russian trolls around.
i wonder if any one is moderating these forums
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Touch color screens with nice examples:
you know genius people like me are very sensitive :D
@avra: yes utilizing a ATxmega128A1, it seems to fit nice with its flash memory, operation voltage and clock range, but its a SMD part and hard to put on a PCB, also i dont know if it is so different working with Xmega series? i have never tried it.
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thank people, i could drive it a while ago, its interesting that the AVR chip should be programmed a couple of times with the same hex code on it, i dont know perhaps the problem is some thing else??!! its confusing.
Um, How did you wire your ELT240320ATP to the atmega? I'm looking at the PDF datasheet listing pins 1 through 37, and neither DB0 or DB9 are listed. Perhaps you have more correct information on this display? Hope?
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DB0 or DB9 are listed.
Really? I'll look at the chip doc again. Sounds like the module intends 16 bit mode then. Oh. Mystery solved.
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