LCD/TFT controller

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Hello Engineers,

I  am Will from Levetop semiconductor.

Our main product is LCD/TFT graphic controller.

Support 8/16-bits parallel interfaces, and SPI, I2C serial interfaces
Built-in Ggeometric Drawing Engine: provide Point Drawing, Line Drawing, Curve Drawing, Ellipse, Triangle, Rectangle, Rounded Rectangle Drawing
Built-in 2D Graphics Processing Unit: provide Magic Rotation, Reflect, PIP (Picture in Picture), Hybrid Graphics and Transparent Display
Built-in 128Mbit Display Memory
Support 16/18bits RGB type TFT Panel from 320*240  QVGA to 1280*1024 SXGA

We can provide demo code for developers, function libarary,too.

Our product P/N as follow:

LT7681   640*480   8/16bits/SPI/I2C
LT7683   800*600    8/16bits/SPI/I2C
LT7686   1280*1024  8/16bits/SPI/I2C
LT7680A  640*480   SPI
LT7680B  1280*1024    SPI

any questions, feel free to contact us

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bjcwarm wrote:
any questions, feel free to contact us

that would be easier if you provided a link !

 

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Not sure how many people you will find here who want to buy the "raw" controller chip. Most will want a complete TFT module that includes the class, controller and PSU so I would guess you need to try and sell the controller to module makers perhaps?

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bet this was the first and only thing we will have seen of this something......

Joined over a year ago been quiet all this time and now make a new topic on a part that he/she/it should have seen that is not going to be used by us.

The only thing I can imagine is that he/she/it thinks people here are actual responsible for designing LCD's......  In which case never a post has been read in all this time here.

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Interesting how it all becomes a commodity, like buying a bag of potato "chips"

why, they even have their own "line" of 32-bit processors.

 

http://www.levetop.tw/en/

When in the dark remember-the future looks brighter than ever.   I look forward to being able to predict the future!

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avrcandies wrote:

Interesting how it all becomes a commodity, like buying a bag of potato "chips"

why, they even have their own "line" of 32-bit processors.

 

http://www.levetop.tw/en/

 

thanks for providing the link. i thought it is not allowed to leave link here. 

 

yes, we have processors as well, but LCD controller is the featured product,usually LT32U02 can be used as i2c to USB chip

graphic controller