NHD-7.0-800480FT-CSXN-T Datasheet by Newhaven Display Intl

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NHD-7.0-800480FT-CSXN-T
7.0” EVE2 TFT Module (SPI) Supports: Display | Touch | Audio
NHD- Newhaven Display
7.0- 7.0” Diagonal
800480- 800xRGBx480 Pixels
FT- Model
C- On-board Controller
S- Sunlight Readable
X- TFT
N- TN, Wide Temperature
T- Resistive Touch Panel
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Functions and Features
7.0” Sunlight Readable EVE2 TFT Module w/ Resistive Touch
On-board FTDI/Bridgetek FT812 Embedded Video Engine (EVE2)
Supports Display, Touch, Audio
SPI Interface (D-SPI/Q-SPI modes available)
1MB of Internal Graphics RAM
Built-in Scalable Fonts
24-bit True Color, 800x480 Resolution (WVGA)
Supports Portrait and Landscape modes
Sunlight Readable (780 cd/m²)
On-board ON Semiconductor FAN5333BSX High Efficiency LED Driver w/ PWM
4x Mounting Holes, enabling standard M3 or #6-32 screws
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Pin Assignment
NO. Symbol
1 VDD
2 GND
3 SCK
4 MISO/IO1
5 MOSI/IO0
6 /CS
7 /INT
8 /PD
9 AUDIO_L
10 NC
11 GPIO0/IO2
12 GPIO1/IO3
13 GPIO2
14 GPIO3
15 NC
16 NC
17 VBL
18 VBL
19 GND
20 GND
NOTES:
1. 7.0” Sunlight Readable EVE2 TFT Module w/ Resistive Touch
2.
On-board FTDI/Bridgetek FT812 Embedded Video Engine (EVE2) - Supports Display | Touch | Audio
3. SPI Interface (D-SPI, Q-SPI modes available)
4. Optimal Viewing Direction: 12:00
5. Display Mode: Transmissive / Normally White / Anti-Glare
6. Luminance: 780 cd/m²
7. 3M Brightness Enhancement Film
8. Touch Panel: Resistive
9. On-board ON Semiconductor FAN5333BSX High Efficiency, High Current LED Driver w/ PWM
10. Two Interface/Connection options available for the user:
(CN1): Male IDC Box Header; 20-pin, 2x10, 2.54mm pitch
(CN2): Top-contact FFC Connector; 20-pin, 1.00mm pitch
Improper handling of the FPC connections at the bottom edge of this module may cause damage resulting in display or touch failure.
Take special care when handling this area of the display module to make sure these connections are never strained nor creased.
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NHD-7.0R-FT812 Controller Board
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Pin Description
Pin No.
Symbol
External Connection
Function Description
1
VDD
Power Supply
Input Voltage for TFT and FT81x (3.3V)
2
GND
Power Supply
Ground
3
SCK
MCU
SPI Clock (Input)
4
MISO/IO1
MCU
SPI MISO (Output) / Quad-SPI mode: SPI data line 1
5
MOSI/IO0
MCU
SPI MOSI (Input) / Quad-SPI mode: SPI data line 0
6
/CS
MCU
SPI Chip Select (Input), Active LOW
7
/INT
MCU
Interrupt to host (Output), Active LOW
8
/PD
MCU
Power Down control (Input), Active LOW
9
AUDIO_L
Filter/Amplifier
Audio PWM out (Output)
10
N.C.
-
No Connect
11
GPIO0/IO2
MCU
General Purpose IO0 / SPI Quad mode: SPI data line 2
12
GPIO1/IO3
MCU
General Purpose IO1 / SPI Quad mode: SPI data line 3
13
GPIO2
MCU
General Purpose IO2
14
GPIO3
MCU
General Purpose IO3
15 - 16
N.C.
-
No Connect
17 - 18
VBL
Power Supply
Input Voltage for LED Backlight Driver (3.3V/5V)
19 - 20
GND
Power Supply
Ground
CN1: Male IDC Box Header - 20-Pin, 2x10, 2.54mm pitch.
CN2: FFC Connector - 20-Pin, 1.0mm pitch, Top-contact.
NOTICE: It is not recommended to apply power to the board without a display connected. Doing so may result in a
damaged LED driver circuit. Newhaven Display does not assume responsibility for failures due to this damage.
Controller Information
This EVE2 TFT Module is powered by the FTDI/Bridgetek FT812 Embedded Video Engine (EVE2).
To view the full FT81x specification, please download it by accessing the link below:
http://www.ftdichip.com/Support/Documents/DataSheets/ICs/DS_FT81x.pdf
Display Information
Part Number
Display Type
Luminance Rating
Viewing Angle
Interface
NHD-7.0-800480EF-ASXN#-T
Sunlight Readable
780 cd/m²
12:00
24-Bit RGB
This product consists of the above TFT display assembled with a PCB which supports all the features of this module.
For more details on the TFT display itself, please download the specification at:
http://www.newhavendisplay.com/specs/NHD-7.0-800480EF-ASXN-T.pdf
Arduino Application
If using or prototyping this EVE2 TFT Module with the low-cost, widely popular Arduino platform we highly recommend
using our Arduino shield, the NHD-FT81x-SHIELD. Not only does the NHD-FT81x-SHIELD provide seamless connectivity
and direct software compatibility for the user, but it also comes with the following useful features on-board:
logic level shifters to allow the 5V Arduino to communicate with the 3.3V FT81x
regulators to allow the Arduino to output more current to the EVE2 TFT Module
audio filter/amplifier circuit to utilize the EVE2 TFT Module’s audio output signal
microSD card slot, which allows expandable storage for data such as images, video, and audio to be stored.
Please visit the NHD-FT81x-SHIELD product webpage for more info.
http: wwwftdichipLom Support Documents ProgramGuides FT81X Series Programmer Guidepdf
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Electrical Characteristics
Item
Symbol
Condition
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Unit
Operating Temperature Range
TOP
Absolute Max
-20
-
+70
C
Storage Temperature Range
TST
Absolute Max
-30
-
+80
C
Supply Voltage
VDD
-
3.0
3.3
3.6
V
Supply Current
IDD
VDD = 3.3V
-
100
-
mA
“H” Level Input
VIH
-
2.0
-
-
V
“L” Level Input
VIL
-
-
-
0.8
V
“H” Level Output
VOH
-
VDD-0.4
-
-
V
“L” Level Output
VOL
-
-
-
0.4
V
Supply Voltage for LED Backlight Driver
VBL
-
2.8
3.3
5.5
V
Supply Current for LED Backlight Driver
IBL
VBL = 3.3V
-
760
-
mA
IBL
VBL = 5.0V
-
440
-
mA
Backlight PWM Frequency
fPWM
-
250
-
1000
Hz
Optical Characteristics
Item
Symbol
Condition
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Unit
Optimal
Viewing
Angles
Top
ϕY+
CR 10
-
60
-
Bottom
ϕY-
-
50
-
Left
θX-
-
60
-
Right
θX+
-
60
-
Contrast Ratio
CR
-
-
400
-
-
Luminance
LV
-
620
780
-
cd/m2
Response Time
Rise + Fall
TR + TF
TOP = 25°C
-
25
35
ms
Touch Panel Characteristics
Item
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Unit
Linearity
-3
-
3
%
Activation Force
30
-
100
g
Pen Writing Durability
50,000
-
-
Characters
Pitting Durability
1,000,000
-
-
Touches
Surface Hardness
3
-
-
H
Backlight Driver Configuration
The Backlight Driver Enable signal is connected to the FT81x backlight control pin. This signal is controlled by two
registers: REG_PWM_HZ and REG_PWM_DUTY. REG_PWM_HZ specifies the PWM output frequency the range
available on the FT81x is 250 to 10000Hz, however the on-board backlight driver’s max PWM frequency is 1000Hz.
Therefore, for proper use of the PWM function available on this module, the PWM frequency should not exceed 1000Hz.
REG_PWM_DUTY specifies the duty cycle the range is 0 to 128. A value of 0 turns the backlight completely off, while a
value of 128 provides maximum backlight brightness.
For the above register definitions, please refer to pages 80-81 of the official FT81x Series Programmers Guide:
http://www.ftdichip.com/Support/Documents/ProgramGuides/FT81X_Series_Programmer_Guide.pdf
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FT81x Block Diagram
FT81x with EVE (Embedded Video Engine) technology simplifies the system architecture for advanced Human Machine
Interfaces (HMIs) by providing support for display, touch, and audio as well as an object oriented architecture approach
that extends from display creation to the rendering of the graphics.
Serial Host Interface
By default the SPI slave operates in the SINGLE channel mode with MOSI as input from the master and MISO as output
to the master. DUAL and QUAD channel modes can be configured through the SPI slave itself. To change the channel
modes, write to register REG_SPI_WIDTH. Please refer to the table below:
REG_SPI_WIDTH[1:0]
Channel Mode
Data Pins
Max Bus Speed
00
SINGLE (default)
MISO, MOSI
30MHz
01
DUAL
IO0, IO1
30MHz
10
QUAD
IO0, IO1, IO2, IO3
25MHz
11
Reserved
-
-
For more details on the FT81x SPI interface, please refer to pages 13-15 of the official FT81x Datasheet:
http://www.ftdichip.com/Support/Documents/DataSheets/ICs/DS_FT81x.pdf
For the REG_SPI_WIDTH register definition, please refer to page 87 of the official FT81x Series Programmers Guide:
http://www.ftdichip.com/Support/Documents/ProgramGuides/FT81X_Series_Programmer_Guide.pdf
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TFT Timing Characteristics
Shown below are the FT81x registers that control the TFT’s timing (clock and sync signals), along with the values
recommended to use for this EVE2 TFT Module:
Horizontal Timing
Vertical Timing
Clock Settings
Register
Value
Register
Value
Register
Value
REG_HSIZE
800
REG_VSIZE
480
REG_PCLK
2
REG_HCYCLE
928
REG_VCYCLE
525
REG_SWIZZLE
0
REG_HOFFSET
88
REG_VOFFSET
32
REG_PCLK_POL
1
REG_HSYNC0
0
REG_VSYNC0
0
REG_CSPREAD
1
REG_HSYNC1
48
REG_VSYNC1
3
REG_DITHER
1
Graphics Engine
The graphics engine executes the display list once for every horizontal line. It executes the primitive objects in the
display list and constructs the display line buffer. The horizontal pixel content in the line buffer is updated if the object is
visible at the horizontal line.
Main features of the graphics engine are:
The primitive objects supported by the graphics processor are: lines, points, rectangles, bitmaps (comprehensive
set of formats), text display, plotting bar graph, edge strips, and line strips, etc.
Operations such as stencil test, alpha blending and masking are useful for creating a rich set of effects such as
shadows, transitions, reveals, fades and wipes.
Anti-aliasing of the primitive objects (except bitmaps) gives a smoothing effect to the viewer.
Bitmap transformations enable operations such as translate, scale and rotate.
Display pixels are plotted with 1/16th pixel precision.
Four levels of graphics states
Tag buffer detection
The graphics engine also supports customized built-in widgets and functionalities such as jpeg decode, screen saver,
calibration etc. The graphics engine interprets commands from the MPU host via a 4 Kbyte FIFO in the FT81x memory at
RAM_CMD. The MPU/MCU writes commands into the FIFO, and the graphics engine reads and executes the commands.
The MPU/MCU updates the register REG_CMD_WRITE to indicate that there are new commands in the FIFO, and the
graphics engine updates REG_CMD_READ after commands have been executed.
Main features supported are:
Drawing of widgets such as buttons, clock, keys, gauges, text displays, progress bars, sliders, toggle switches,
dials, gradients, etc.
JPEG and motion-JPEG decode
Inflate functionality (zlib inflate is supported)
Timed interrupt (generate an interrupt to the host processor after a specified number of milliseconds)
In-built animated functionalities such as displaying logo, calibration, spinner, screen saver and sketch
Snapshot feature to capture the current graphics display
For a complete list of graphics engine display commands and widgets, please refer to Chapter 4 of the official
FT81x Series Programmers Guide:
http://www.ftdichip.com/Support/Documents/ProgramGuides/FT81X_Series_Programmer_Guide.pdf
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Touch-Screen Engine
The resistive touch-screen consists of a Touch-Screen Engine, ADC, Axis-switches, and ADC input multiplexer.
The Touch-Screen Engine reads commands from the memory map register and generates the required control signals to
the axis-switches and inputs mux and ADC. The ADC data are acquired, processed and updated in the respective register
for the MPU/MCU to read.
For more details on the FT812 Touch-Screen Engine, please refer to pages 32-33 of the official FT81x Datasheet:
http://www.ftdichip.com/Support/Documents/DataSheets/ICs/DS_FT81x.pdf
Audio Engine
The FT81x provides mono audio output through a PWM output pin, AUDIO_L. It outputs two audio sources, the sound
synthesizer and audio file playback.
This pin is designed to be passed into a simple filter circuit and then passed to an amplifier for best results. Please refer
to the example schematic in the Audio Filter and Amplifier Reference Circuit section on the next page.
Sound Synthesizer
A sound processor, AUDIO ENGINE, generates the sound effects from a small ROM library of waves table. To play a
sound effect listed in Table 4.3, load the REG_SOUND register with a code value and write 1 to the REG_PLAY register.
The REG_PLAY register reads 1 while the effect is playing and returns a ‘0’ when the effect ends. Some sound effects
play continuously until interrupted or instructed to play the next sound effect. To interrupt an effect, write a new value
to REG_SOUND and REG_PLAY registers; e.g. write 0 (Silence) to REG_SOUND and 1 to PEG_PLAY to stop the sound
effect.
The sound volume is controlled by register REG_VOL_SOUND. The 16-bit REG_SOUND register takes an 8-bit sound in
the low byte. For some sounds, marked "pitch adjust" in the table below, the high 8 bits contain a MIDI note value. For
these sounds, a note value of zero indicates middle C. For other sounds the high byte of REG_SOUND is ignored.
Audio Playback
The FT81x can play back recorded sound through its audio output. To do this, load the original sound data into the
FT81x’s RAM, and set registers to start the playback. The registers controlling audio playback are:
REG_PLAYBACK_START:
The start address of the audio data.
REG_PLAYBACK_LENGTH:
The length of the audio data, in bytes.
REG_PLAYBACK_FREQ:
The playback sampling frequency, in Hz.
REG_PLAYBACK_FORMAT:
The playback format, one of LINEAR SAMPLES, uLAW SAMPLES, or
ADPCM SAMPLES.
REG_PLAYBACK_LOOP:
If ‘0’, the sample is played once. If ‘1’, the sample is repeated indefinitely.
REG_PLAYBACK_PLAY:
A write to this location triggers the start of audio playback, regardless of
writing ‘0’ or ‘1’. Read back ‘1’ when playback is ongoing, and ‘0’ when
playback finishes.
REG_VOL_PB:
Playback volume, 0-255.
The mono audio formats supported are 8-bits PCM, 8-bits uLAW and 4-bits IMA-ADPCM. For ADPCM_SAMPLES, each
sample is 4 bits, so two samples are packed per byte, the first sample is in bits 0-3 and the second is in bits 4-7.
The current audio playback read pointer can be queried by reading the REG_PLAYBACK_READPTR. Using a large sample
buffer, looping, and this read pointer, the host MPU/MCU can supply a continuous stream of audio.
For more details on the FT81x Audio Engine, please refer to pages 30-32 of the official FT81x Datasheet:
http://www.ftdichip.com/Support/Documents/DataSheets/ICs/DS_FT81x.pdf
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Audio Filter and Amplifier Reference Circuit
This is a reference schematic from FTDI, which can be used to successfully filter and amplify the audio signals coming from the NHD EVE2 TFT Module.
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Additional Information/Resources
FT81x Datasheet:
FTDI/Bridgetek FT81x Embedded Video Engine (EVE2)
http://www.ftdichip.com/Support/Documents/DataSheets/ICs/DS_FT81x.pdf
Programmers Guide:
FT81x Series Programmers Guide
http://www.ftdichip.com/Support/Documents/ProgramGuides/FT81X_Series_Programmer_Guide.pdf
NHD GitHub Page:
NHD EVE2 TFT Module Example Projects
https://github.com/NewhavenDisplay/EVE2-TFT-Modules
EVE2 Software Examples:
FT81x Example Projects
http://www.ftdichip.com/Support/SoftwareExamples/FT800_Projects.htm
FTDI/Bridgetek Utilities:
Screen Designer
http://www.ftdichip.com/Support/Utilities.htm#ESD3
Image Converters
http://www.ftdichip.com/Support/Utilities.htm#EVEImageConverters
Audio Converter
http://www.ftdichip.com/Support/Utilities.htm#EVEAudioConverter
Font Converter
http://www.ftdichip.com/Support/Utilities.htm#EVEFontConverter
FT80x to FT81x Migration Guide:
FT80x to FT81x Migration Guide
http://www.ftdichip.com/Support/Documents/AppNotes/AN_390%20FT80x%20To%20FT81x%20Migration%20Guide.pdf
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Quality Information
Test Item
Content of Test
Test Condition
Note
High Temperature storage
Endurance test applying the high storage
temperature for a long time.
+80C , 96hrs
2
Low Temperature storage
Endurance test applying the low storage
temperature for a long time.
-30C , 96hrs
1,2
High Temperature
Operation
Endurance test applying the electric stress
(voltage & current) and the high thermal
stress for a long time.
+70C , 96hrs
2
Low Temperature
Operation
Endurance test applying the electric stress
(voltage & current) and the low thermal
stress for a long time.
-20C , 96hrs
1,2
High Temperature /
Humidity Operation
Endurance test applying the electric stress
(voltage & current) and the high thermal
with high humidity stress for a long time.
+60C , 90% RH , 96hrs
1,2
Thermal Shock resistance
Endurance test applying the electric stress
(voltage & current) during a cycle of low
and high thermal stress.
-20C,30min -> 25⁰C,5min -
>70⁰C,30min = 1 cycle
10 cycles
Vibration test
Endurance test applying vibration to
simulate transportation and use.
10-55Hz , 15mm amplitude.
60 sec in each of 3 directions
X,Y,Z
For 15 minutes
3
Static electricity test
Endurance test applying electric static
discharge.
VS=800V, RS=1.5kΩ, CS=100pF
One time
Note 1: No condensation to be observed.
Note 2: Conducted after 4 hours of storage at 25C, 0%RH.
Note 3: Test performed on product itself, not inside a container.
Precautions for using LCDs/LCMs
See Precautions at www.newhavendisplay.com/specs/precautions.pdf
Warranty Information
See Terms & Conditions at http://www.newhavendisplay.com/index.php?main_page=terms