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    Default TFT Display 4D VERY Neat !!

    This looks like a Very neat little Display from 4D Systems,
    https://4dsystems.com.au/iod-09th


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    0.9" Internet of Displays (IoD) Display Modules



    The IoD-09 (Internet of Displays) series is a range of miniature display modules Designed and Manufactured by 4D Systems.
    The IoD-09 modules feature a full colour 0.9 TFT LCD display. They are powered by the WiFi enabled ESP8266, which offers an array of functionality and options for any Designer / Integrator / User.
    The IoD-09 modules can be easily programmed using 4D Systems Workshop4 IDE or the Arduino IDE installed with the ESP8266 core.
    The feature-rich 4D Systems GFX4dIoD09 library enables speedy development of applications by providing extensive primitive graphics functions, enhanced graphics via Workshop4, SD card access, and much more, all integrated into a single library.
    The on-board SD card socket enables the use of FAT16 or FAT32 formatted cards for extensive storage capabilities.
    The IoD-09 modules feature 12 pads, 6 on each end, for easy and simple connection to an application or mother board, or for connecting to accessory boards for a range of functionality advancements.
    The IoD-09TH features Through Hole (TH) pads with male pin headers mounted, and the IoD-09SM features Surface Mount (SM) pads.
    This range of modules has been designed to minimise the impact of display related circuitry, and provide a platform suitable for integration into a product.
    The IoD-09 modules can act as master or slave devices, they can be effortlessly connected to the internet, can display a raft information and graphics, along with the capability to communicate to SPI, I2C, and/or 1-wire devices, as well as having general GPIO for digital control/input.

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    Default Re: TFT Display 4D VERY Neat !!

    Not for approx 20.00. 4D systems have always been far too expensive, and they drop units they sell without warnings, so they cannot be used reliably in commercial products.

    The TFT used on it is standard and can be purchased for a couple of pounds on ebay or Amazon or Ali Barber etc, and the processor is a standard ESP8266 which can be bought for about 1.00 from lots and lots of places.

    Unfortunately, yet more cobbled together rubbish from a company that serves very little purpose except it caters for the lazy who can't be bothered to buy and build themselves. Even though the build from components mechanism give availablilty reliabalitity.

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