Round LCD HAT for Raspberry Pi [Discontinued]

SBCSKU: 104155
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The Round LCD HAT is a 1.28" round display expansion board for the Raspberry Pi with a 240×240 resolution, 65K RGB colours and a joystick!

The HAT attaches via the standard 40-pin GPIO header and utilises an embedded GC9A01 driver and SPI to communicate with the Raspberry Pi. This also keeps your GPIO pin usage to a minimum, leaving them available for the other parts of your project.

The 5-input Joystick gives your project a convenient physical input option that uses 5 GPIO pins for direction and selection commands. Program your own interface and menu system!

The pre-soldered board uses a stacking header, giving you easy access to the remaining GPIO pins via jumper wires.

Features

  • Compatible with all 40-pin Raspberry Pi models
  • 1.28" round display
  • 240x240 resolution
  • 65K RGB colours
  • Joystick control for direction and selection navigation
  • 4-wire SPI using GC9A01 driver
  • GPIO pins accessible via pre-soldered stacking header
  • Dedicated GitHub repository and Product Wiki for details and instructions

Resources

Pinout

Round LCD HAT Pinout

Specification

  • Operating voltage: 3.3V
  • Pixel size: 0.135mm x 0.135mm
  • Board dimensions: 56mm x 65mm
  • Pixels: 240 x 240 resolution
  • Display colour: 65K RGB
  • Driver: GC9A01

Package Contents

  • 1x Round LCD HAT

Raspberry Pi not included

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