I need to work with one 5" TFT LCD working with STM32 MCU, So I find out one 5 inch TFT LCD wich in seller website don't have written anything about isn't the driver.

TFT LCD 5.0 INCH 480x272 RGB with touch

TFT LCD 5.0 INCH 480x272 RGB with touch

The LCD specification in web site shown below:

TFT LCD 5.0 INCH 480x272 RGB with touch

Panel Type: a-Si TFT-LCD, LCD screen
Panel Size: 5.0 inches
Resolution: 480 (RGB) x272
Display Mode: TN, often white display, transmissive
Finish: matte
Brightness: 300cd/m2 (Typ.)
Contrast Ratio: 500:1 (transmission)
Display Color: 16.7M (8-bit)
Response time: 10/15 (Typ.) (Tr / Td) (ms)
Viewing Angle: 70/70/50/70 (Typ.) (CR ≥ 10) (left / right / up / down)
Scanning frequency: 60Hz
Lamp Type: 6S2PWLED
Signal Interface: Parallel RGB (1 ch, 8-bit)
Panel voltage: 3.3V (Typ.) (VCC)
Operating Temperature: -10 ℃ ~ 60 ℃
Storage Temperature: -20 ℃ ~ 70 ℃
Aspect Ratio: 16:9 (width: height)
Pixel pitch: 0.231x0.231mm
Weight: 83g (Typ.)
Display area: 110.88x62.832mm (horizontal and vertical)
Viewable area: 113.90x65.85mm (horizontal and vertical)
Dimensions: 120.775.8mm (horizontal and vertical

So I Need to know does this TFT LCD need an external IC Driver and have not any Driver IC? and based on which IC I must write my code via KEIL For STM32 MCU.

Finally, I would be so happy, if you know any TFT LCD 5.0 INCH proper for working with ARM's MCU And SHare your information with me.

Thanks a lot.

  • \$\begingroup\$ But you don't even say which STM32 so how can we answer this? High end STM32 micros have TFT controllers, low end do not. Also, if the seller does not have data you need, do not buy. \$\endgroup\$ – Justme Mar 28 at 18:06
  • \$\begingroup\$ you could find out more information about using LCD with STM32 MCU form this site: st.com/content/st_com/en/stm32-graphic-user-interface.html \$\endgroup\$ – Soheil Paper Jun 20 at 17:14

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