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The 2.4 inch TFT LCD Sensor is a compact and vibrant display module with a resolution of 240x320 pixels. It features a resistive touch screen that allows for interactive user input. The display supports multiple colors and provides clear and sharp visuals for various applications. The sensor integrates a versatile driver IC that simplifies the interfacing process with microcontrollers. With its small form factor and user-friendly touch functionality, the 2.4 inch TFT LCD Sensor is suitable for projects requiring graphical user interfaces or visual feedback.

      2.4-inch TFT LCD Sensor

      SKU: 142
      ₹610.00 Regular Price
      ₹500.00Sale Price
      • Specification

        • Display Size: 2.4 inches
        • Resolution: 240x320 pixels
        • Touch Screen: Resistive touch functionality
        • Colors: Supports multiple colors (usually 65K or 262K colors)
        • Interface: Typically SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface) or parallel interface
        • Operating Voltage: 3.3V (compatible with 3.3V microcontrollers)
        • Backlight: Built-in adjustable backlight for better visibility
        • Dimensions: Varies depending on the specific sensor model


        • Identify the pinout and connection details of the TFT LCD Sensor. Refer to the sensor's datasheet or documentation for accurate pin descriptions.
        • Connect the power supply pins (VCC and GND) of the TFT LCD Sensor to the appropriate voltage source (usually 3.3V) and ground.
        • Connect the SPI or parallel data pins of the sensor to the corresponding data pins of the microcontroller.
        • If applicable, connect the touch screen pins (X+ and Y+) to the analog input pins of the microcontroller for touch functionality.
        • Connect the backlight control pin (usually labeled as BL or LED) to a PWM-enabled digital pin of the microcontroller to control the backlight intensity.
        • Write the code in your microcontroller to initialize the TFT LCD Sensor, set the display parameters, and display the desired content on the screen.
        • Upload the code to your microcontroller board and power it up.
        • Test the display and touch functionality by interacting with the screen and verifying that the content is visible and responsive.
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