T-Display (ESP32 Device – Pre-Soldered)

ESP32 WiFi Bluetooth Development Board.

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ESP32 WiFi Bluetooth Development Board.

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For 1.14 inch ST7789V IPS LCD

  • Resolution: 135 x 240
  • High Density 260 PPI
  • 4-Wire SPI interface
  • Working Power Supply: 3.3V
  • 1.14" diagonal
  • Full-color TFT Display
  • Drive: ST7789

Quick start

  1. Copy TFT_eSPI to the <C:\Users\Your User Name\Documents\Arduino\libraries> directory
  2. Open Arduino IDE, find TFT_eSPI in the file, and for example, the T-Display factory test program is located at TFT_eSPI -> FactoryTest, you can also use other sample programs provided by TFT_eSPI 3 In the Arduino IDE tool options, select the development board ESP32 Dev Module, select Disable in the PSRAM option, select 4MB in the Flash Size option, Other keep the default
  3. Select the corresponding serial port. If you are not sure, please remove all the serial ports, leaving the board in the USB connection state, just select that one
  4. Finally, click upload, the right arrow next to the tick