Touch Display 4.3 Development Kit
|Development Kit Options|
|Power supply & cables|
|*Hardware only and proto-boards are intended for customers already owning a CCS compiler.|
The new Touch Display 4.3 Development Kit is all that is needed to develop a GUI using the Graphics and Touch Library. Powered by a PIC24EP512GU810 it has a 4.3" 480x272 TFT display with a resistive touchscreen, a 256 megabyte flash, capable of storing hundreds of 480x272 images and custom fonts, a USB connection and 8 digital I/O pins that can be used for external inputs and outputs. No device programmer required - includes onboard programming capabilites.
Included is a software IDE to draw out a GUI and the C library for drawing graphics and handling touch.
- Draw an Image
- Draw a Object
- Handle Touch
Touch Display 4.3 Prototyping Board (Size: 4.75" x 2.63") includes:
- PIC24EP512GU810 Microchip PIC® MCU
- 8 I/O Pins
- 4.3" 480x272 TFT Display with a Resistive Touchscreen
- 256 Megabyte Flash
- USB Connector
- Micro USB Cable
Touch Display 4.3 Development Kit includes:
- Touch Display 4.3 Prototyping Board
- In-Circuit Debugger/Programmer
- Exercise Book
- 9V AC Adapter and Cables
- Development Tools CD with GUI Interface and CCSLoad Software
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A Simple, Fast Solution to Create GUI and Handling Touchscreen Function
CCS introduces a new Graphics and Touch Library and Interface Designer software in the CCS C Compiler. This package has every thing you need to quickly and easily develop a Graphical User Interface (GUI) using a graphics LCD and touchscreen. The package consists of a C library for drawing on an LCD and handling touch input, a software package for designing a GUI to be displayed using the C library, and a development kit to get started with the package very easily.
The C library displays bitmap images that are stored on an external memory device, for example an external flash. The library provides the functions gfx_LoadImage() and gfx_EraseImage() for easily loading and erasing images from the external memory. In addition the graphics library provides a method for loading and displaying custom fonts. The functions gfx_LoadFont() and gfx_EraseFont() are provided to easily load and remove custom fonts. The following is a list of functions in the library used to control what is displayed on the graphics LCD:
For the touch portion of the C library the functions gfx_TouchTask() and gfx_SetTouchCallback() are provided to use it. The gfx_TouchTask() function is a task function that needs to be called at least once per main loop to process touches. The gfx_SetTouchCallback() function is used to set the user function that is called by gfx_TouchTask(). In addition the gfx_InitGraphics() function needs to be called to set the calibration values of the touchscreen.