1.44" micro LCD Display
The uLCD-144G2 display module is compact and cost effective and features a 1.44” LCD TFT screen, which is the smallest LCD TFT module available from 4D Systems. Driven by the GOLDELOX processor, the uLCD-144G2 is the perfect compact display solution for any application requiring a small embedded screen.
The module is an elegant combination of a 1.44” TFT LCD screen, along with a modest but comprehensive collection of I/O Features. These include a micro-SD card connector, two general purpose input/output pins (GPIO's) with Dallas 1-Wire Support, Analog Input and sound generation capability, along with serial communications.
4DGL is a graphics oriented language allowing the developer to write applications in a high level language, syntax similar to popular languages such as BASIC, C and Pascal. The module offers modest but comprehensive I/O features that can interface to serial, analogue, digital, buttons, joystick, sound generation and Dallas 1-wire devices.
This display module serves as a perfect solution to be deployed at the forefront of any product design, requiring a brilliance of colour, animation or images on any application. This GOLDELOX driven Intelligent Display Module is a perfect example of where art meets technology.
- Powerful Graphics
- 65K True to Life Colours
- Low-Cost Display Solution
- Low-cost LCD display graphics user interface solution.
- 128xRGBx128 resolution, 65K true to life colours, LCD-TFT screen.
- 1.44" diagonal size, 43 x 31 x 6.4mm. Active Area: 25.5mm x 26.5mm.
- LED back lighting with greater than 150° viewing angle.
- Easy 10 pin interface to any external device:
3.3Vout, IO2, GND, IO1, RESET, GND, RX, TX, +5V, 5V OUT.
- Powered by the 4D-Labs GOLDELOX graphics processor highly optimised for 4DGL, the high level 4D Graphics Language.
- 2 x GPIO ports supports:
- Digital I/O
- A/D converter with 8/10 bit resolution
- Complex sound generation
- Dedicated RTTTL tune engine
- Multi-Switch Joystick
- Dallas 1-Wire
- 10K bytes of flash memory for user code storage and 510 bytes of RAM for user variables (255 x 16bit vars).
- 1 x Asynchronous hardware serial port, TTL interface, with 300 baud to 600K baud.
- On-board micro-SD memory card adaptor for storing of icons, images, animations, etc. Supports 64MB to 2GGB micro-SD as well as micro-SDHC memory cards starting from 4GB and above. A SPI compatible micro-SD card is required.
- Comprehensive set of built in high level 4DGL graphics functions and algorithms that can draw lines, circles, text, and much more.
- Display full colour images, animations, icons and video clips.
- Supports all available Windows fonts and characters (imported as external fonts).
- 4.0V to 5.5V range operation (single supply).
- Module dimensions: 31 x 36.2 x 14mm.
- Weighing ~ 8.1g.
- Display Viewing Area: 26.5 x 25.50mm
- 4 x Mounting Holes with 2.0mm diameter for mechanical mounting.
- RoHS Compliant.
- CE Compliant (Modules with CE Mark)
Information about the display module
Size and Weight
Viewing Area: 25.5 x 26.5 mm
Module Width: 31 mm
Module Height: 36.2 mm
Module Depth: 14 mm
Module Weight: ~8.1 g
Introducing 4D Systems' All New Workshop 4 IDE
Workshop4 delivers a comprehensive interface enriched with features for optimal software development for any user.
Workshop4 is a comprehensive software IDE for Microsoft Windows that provides an integrated software development platform for all of the 4D family of processors and modules. The IDE combines the Editor, Compiler, Linker and Downloader to develop complete 4DGL application code. All user application code is developed within the Workshop4 IDE.
Workshop 4 includes 3 different environments compatible with GOLDELOX modules, for the user to choose based on application requirements or even user skill level
This environment enables the user to write 4DGL code in its natural form to program the display module
A visual programming experience that enables drag-and-drop type placement of objects to assist with 4DGL code generation and allows the user to visualize how the display will look while being developed.
This environment is also provided to transform the display module into a slave serial display module, allowing the user to control the display from any host microcontroller or device with a serial port.