CleO brings to market a family of intelligent, simple to program TFT display boards through which engineers can develop imaginative,
compelling human machine interfaces, regardless of their experience level. Using Arduino as a foundation,
CleO is able to leverage FTDI Chip’s
high speed bridging and display technology so that improved performance and greater functionality can be benefitted from.
CleO family of smart TFT display controllers can be easily programmed to give professional
looking HMI / GUI's with no prior knowledge of complex graphics programming or mathematics.
With extensive tutorials (20 Chapters covering over 80 topics) + 21 DIY projects included to show you how,
CleO35 (the 3.5in display version)
allows both hobbyists and professionals alike to add a HVGA ( 320 x 480 pixel ) resistive touch TFT display GUI to their Arduino UNO projects.
CleO is designed to work alongside
energy efficient enhanced Arduino Compatible board. This accessory
delivers >1A current at 5V without overheating, and the long pin
version supplied allows
CleO to be discretely mounted
NerO, leaving the shield headers fully exposed
for IO expansion.
To access our full
CleO support suite including
tutorials, projects and examples and an interactive forum, please
Riverdi is an innovative company which uses cutting-edge technologies
to provide solutions meeting today's end user demands. Within its
years on the market, Riverdi has managed to develop its own process of
TFT modules production in Shezhen and Poland which guarantees the highest
quality whilst remaining cost efficient.
Riverdi offers a wide range of TFT display modules with distinguishing
high-tech features and modern designs. Amongst the products, customers
can find displays with different diagonals (e.g. 3.5", 4.3", 5.0" and
7.0"), controllers (FT8xx, SSD1963), with or without touchscreens
(resistive or capacitive), with or without montage frames, and much
more. Riverdi also offers customised versions of their products and
professional technical support. In addition, they provide clients with
various development tools such as the Riverdi Revelation Board, Hermes
Board and MikroE Riverdi Click, to facilitate work with their TFT
modules. All of the products utilise industrial grade materials and
components, thus can be used in both consumer and industrial projects.
To find out more, please visit
FTDI Chip works in partnership with MikroElektronika (MikroE),
specialists in the manufacture and sale of microcontroller (MCU)
development boards, accessory boards, compilers, additional software and
books, to provide libraries to access the easy to use GUI based tool,
Visual TFT. This tool allows users to develop display images that can be
compiled for numerous system MCUs, including our own
FT90x series. The EVE library from
MikroE consists of 12 components which support a wide range of EVE
features and assist in GUI design, including EVEClock, EVEGradient,
EVEScrollbar and EVEProgressBar.
Additionally, MikroE have developed a number of high resolution
display modules featuring the FT80x and FT81x graphics controller ICs,
Mikromedia HMI range and the
Riverdi Displays series in
Riverdi, whereby the display is
driven with an FT81x chip.
a Canadian company and world-renowned specialist in communication
interface display solutions since 1995, has engineered, manufactured
and delivered innovative displays for a diverse range of applications.
From the telecommunications, medical, networking, automotive and
advanced tech industries to defense and aerospace, Matrix Orbital
displays can be found anywhere a dependable, visually stunning and
interactive user interface is required.
With an extensive catalog of
displays and accessories, Matrix Orbital has continued to meet
customer demands by providing the market with a broad spectrum of
TFT’s, LCD’s, VFD’s, OLED’s and Touchscreens (resistive and
capacitive). Along with
the introduction of an EVE FT81xx Series product line, available
display options consist of various features, communication protocols
and sizes, including the popular 1U LCD and TFT. Additionally, the
in-house design, development, and support staff can customize and
create a display solution tailored to the specific needs of the
customer. Furthermore, to address development time, Matrix Orbital
has developed the GTT Designer software. This software is a free,
object-on, design suite focused on creating stunning interfaces and
reducing time to market.
Matrix Orbital have produced a new code example showing you how to get started with your Matrix Orbital EVE module. This includes a demo application and has the screen settings defined for the different Matrix Orbital EVE modules, making it an ideal starting point for getting your module up and running and developing your own applications
For more information, to
purchase, or for support please visit the
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Harness the power of the
EVE2 Video Engine with
EVE2 TFT Modules from
Newhaven Display International. These modules are a whole
new class in serial interface TFTs. The
Embedded Video Engine integration and controller chip by
Bridgetek allow these all-in-one HMI’s
to control graphics, touch and audio, thus offering the ideal
display solution for any industry.
The product line offers four
display sizing options: 3.5”, 4.3”, 5.0”, and 7.0”. The 5.0” version
comes as a Premium MVA module, with the option for either resistive
or capacitive touch, and the 3.5”, 4.3”, and 7.0” sizes are
Newhaven Display’s Standard, Premium, or Sunlight Readable
variants, with two touch options – resistive or capacitive.
Newhaven Display is a USA based company that provides the
worldwide marketplace with cost effective, high quality displays
including OLEDs, LCDs, TFTs and development boards for Arduino,
Raspberry Pi and BeagleBone.
Newhaven Display takes pride on first-rate customer support,
design services and development assistance. The expansion of their
product line to include the
EVE2 Video Engine means engineering innovators and product
developers can take advantage of a display product line that
utilizes high resolution graphics, touch interactivity, video
playback (with QSPI from your controller), and audio playback
support, all within a attractively packaged, quality TFT module.
Additionally available is a
suite of example code and resources from the Newhaven Display
GitHub library, and moreover an excellent community and
collection of open source resources and tools for the
Newhaven Display, visit the
website to find out more about this product line and the other
solutions available from the company, and follow Newhaven Display on
YouTube to keep up to date with news and updates. Also available
Support Forum where fellow developers or engineers can provide
real-time insight and feedback.
Crystalfontz has leveraged the power of the FTDI/Bridgetek EVE chip in creating
display modules that simplify the creation of beautiful user interfaces.The embedded video engine (EVE) provided by the FT81x chipset allows a low-powered processor (like an Arduino) to drive full color TFT displays with ease, and simplifies the low-level display interface. The low-powered processor can easily manage display and touch functionality using only a single SPI connect for a full color TFT display.
multiple EVE Display Modules including a 3.0”, a 3.5”, a 5.0”, and a bar-type 3.9”. Each display has a specially designed accelerator board to make the display shine and match the display form factor. 3D models, datasheets, and sample code can all be found on each display module’s product page.
To enable quick prototyping, Crystalfontz also created a breakout board specifically for our EVE modules. The
EVE Breakout Board includes a ZIF connector to connect the EVE board to the breakout board, and a 14-pin 0.1″ pitch connector to facilitate connecting to a microcontroller. The breakout board also includes audio amplifier and connection for a speaker to enable using the EVE’s PWM output.
To learn more about Crystalfontz’s EVE offerings check out the
videos exploring the modules,
blog post discussing the benefits of EVE, or
ask the support team a question.
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