4.0inch Arduino Display-Mega2560 NT35510

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Product Picture

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Product Description

  • Support Arduino Mega2560 direct plug-in use
  • 4.0-inch color screen, support 16BIT RGB 65K color display, display rich colors
  • 800x480 resolution for clear display
  • Supports 8-bit and 16-bit parallel bus transmission with fast transfer speed
  • On-board 5V/3.3V level shifting IC, compatible with 5V/3.3V operating voltage
  • Support touch function
  • Provides an Arduino library with a rich sample program
  • Available on C51 and STM32 platforms with a rich sample program
  • Easy to expand the experiment with SD card slot
  • Military-grade process standards, long-term stable work
  • Provide underlying driver technical support

Product Parameters

Name Parameter
Display Color RGB 65K color
SKU MAR4018
Screen Size  4.0(inch)
Type TFT
Driver IC NT35510
Resolution 800*480 (Pixel)
Module Interface 8Bit or 16Bit parallel interface
Touch Screen Type Resistance touch screen
Touch IC XPT2046
Active Area  86.40x51.84(mm)
Module PCB Size 58.65x108.48 (mm)
back light 8 chip HighLight white LEDs paralle
Operating Temperature -10℃~60℃
Storage Temperature -20℃~70℃
Operating Voltage 5V
Power Consumption TBD
Product Weight(Package containing) 60 (g)

Interface Definition

MAR4018-002.png

The blue box in the above figure is the 8-bit/16-bit data bus mode switch, which is described as follows:

Solder R4 with 0Ω resistor or short circuit directly, and disconnect R5: Select 16-bit data bus mode (default),use DB0~DB15 data pin
Solder R5 with 0Ω resistor or short circuit directly, and disconnect R4: Select 8-bit data bus mode use DB0~DB7 data pin
Number Module Pin Pin Description Number Module Pin Pin Description
1 5V Positive power supply 2 5V Positive power supply
3 DB8 8th bit of data bus 4 DB9 9th bit of data bus
5 DB10 10th bit of data bus 6 DB11 11th bit of data bus
7 DB12 12th bit of data bus 8 DB13 13h bit of data bus
9 DB14 14th bit of data bus 10 DB15 15th bit of data bus
11 DB7 7th bit of data bus 12 DB6 6th bit of data bus
13 DB5 5th bit of data bus 14 DB4 4th bit of data bus
15 DB3 third bit of data bus 16 DB2 2nd bit of data bus
17 DB1 1st bit of data bus 18 DB0 0 bit of data bus
19 RS LCD register / data selection signal

Low level: register, high level: command

20 WR LCD write control signal
21 CS LCD screen select control signal, low level enable 22 RST LCD reset control signal, low reset
23 NC Undefined, reserved 24 RD LCD read control signal
25 T_IRQ Touch screen interrupt control signal, low level when touch is detected 26 NC Undefined, reserved
27 NC Undefined, reserved 28 NC Undefined, reserved
29 SD_CS SD card select control signal, low level enable 30 NC Undefined, reserved
31 MISO SPI bus input signal 32 MOSI Touch screen chip select control signal, low level enable
33 CLK SPI bus clock signal 34 T_CS SD card select control signal, low level enable
35 GND Power ground 36 GND Power ground

Connect to Arduino

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Arduino Mega2560 direct insertion picture


How to use on Arduino

  • Step 1: Download the test program
  1. Download the Arduino test program from the Program Download column
  2. For a description of the relevant test procedures, please refer to the test program documentation in the package
  • Step 2: Connect the Arduino development board
  1. Plug the module directly into the Arduino development board ( Do not plug in?)
  2. After the module is plugged in, power on the Arduino board
  • Step 3: Copy the dependent library
  1. Make sure the Arduino IDE is installed on your computer (if it is not installed: Arduino IDE download URL)
  2. After installing the Arduino IDE, you need to copy the dependent library to the Arduino project directory as follows:
(1) Decompress the downloaded test package
(2) Copy the dependent libraries in the Install libraries directory in the package (shown below) to the libraries folder
of the Arduino project directory ( Don't know the Arduino project directory?
MAR3201-011.jpg
  • Step 4: Compile and download the program to the development board
  1. Open the sample in the Example directory of the package to test, compile and download( Don't know how to compile and download?
  • Step 5: Observe the running of the program
  1. After the program is downloaded, run it directly and observe the running status. If it can be displayed normally, the program runs
successfully, as shown in the following figure (take the colligate_test test program as an example):
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