- CPU: 266 MHz ARM9 Processor
- Storage Capacity: 28MB highly reliable NOR data Flash for user downloadable bitmaps with optional RLE compression. SD memory card slot for added flexibility.
- I/O Interface: Two serial ports for either RS-232 or 3.3V CMOS. One port can be converted to RS-422 as a manufacturing option.
- Audio: Beeper
- Display Type: 7” Diagonal TFT Color LCD
- Resolution: 800 x 480 WVGA, 16-bit Color
- Orientation: Landscape
- Luminance (with touch): Typical 610 (cd/m²)
- Viewing Angles: 80/80 left/right, 80/80 up/down
- Backlight: LED
- Manufacturer: Evervision
Get detailed panel specifications.
- I2C Projected Capacitive Touch Sensor
- 7H Hardness
6.60″ W x 4.87″ H x .95″ D
- Operating Temperature: -20 to 70° C; the LCD temperature range primarily limits this
- Storage Temperature: -30 to 80° C
- Humidity: Max 90%RH at 60° C; No Condensation
- RoHS 2 Compliant: Yes
- Power Supply Voltage: +5VDC±10%
- Power Consumption: Max 900mA
The board mounting holes connect to a digital ground. These must be connected to a chassis ground either directly or through a transient protection diode for ESD. The resistive touch circuit has ESD protection that shorts ESD on the touch panel to the board mounting holes.
For 7″ modules, Reach Technology provides mounting tabs. Visit Mounting Options for more information.
Download individual components using links below, or get this ZIP file that contains the most recent product information File Package (.ZIP) .
Download the ELF file with the current version of the firmware.
Use BMPload to download bitmaps and macros to SLCD5+E Flash memory from a PC.
It contains example macro applications, images, and fonts. Use BMPload to program the display module.
- GUIFX: Demo written by user interface design partner.
- IKB: Example of an on-screen keyboard.
- SD Card Contents: Contains the files and folders to place on an SD Card to execute the demos.
Display modules come with standard fonts. Get additional fonts from the Fonts Library, which contains fonts with extensive support for non-English (Latin) character sets. Use BMPload to program the display module.
Watch how to get a Development Kit up and running once it arrives.
You will find a Hardware Manual and Software Reference Manual in the Documents tab and Applications Notes, Firmware, Software, Demos, and Fonts in the Downloads tab.