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Thursday, February 16, 2017

3.95" Raspberry Pi display on Arduino Due

   I find a big display: 3.95" = 10cm: original use is for Raspbbery Pi board, but I put at Arduino Due development board because work like RPi with 3.3V logical level voltage... If I (or you) want to use with classical Arduino board (Uno, Mega, Nano, etc) must add two CD4060 chips (hex noninverting buffer)
 or buy another display with  logical interface and made as shield for Arduino board:
   After I talk with Vlad who use Arduino Nano and than Mega, I made next schematic:
    After I was documented, I use MCUFRIEND_kbv library with one example (single who works):
   I tested with good resuls using Arduino IDE 1.6.0, 1.6.6 and 1.8.0 software version on different PC with Windows XP or Windows 10.
   In test the display in Cristhmas period, so I put adequate texts:
  I made some movies, but I recommand you just: