New EA uniTFT50 display with video input
Published: 21 November 2016 - Sarah Mead
MMS Electronics has now available the EA uniTFT50 intelligent display. This new display was introduced at Electronica 2016. The display uses object programming. Objects can be placed, moved, rotated and deleted at any time. Font sets are stored directly in the display including Chinese characters. Powerful commands for elegant effects such as fading in and out and flying in are integrated. Images can be embedded and MP3 sound files played. 7 Interfaces to the outside world. USB, SPI, RS-232 and I²C bus and these can be declared as master. 4 analogue inputs, 1 x PWM output and 16 digital I / O to take on a wide range of control tasks. There is even a battery backed real-time-clock. An analog video input for a camera directly delivers images, which can be displayed on the screen or stored on the integrated micro SD card (up to 32 GB). The video input supported is PAL,SECAM and NTSC.
uniSKETCH a graphics tool for Windows was specially developed for programming the uniTFT display. Screen layouts and user interface functions are easily created. The properties of an object (position, size, angle, transparency) are quickly adapted. The program also uses stylesheets.
This program can make mathematical calculations on the input data, log data, add a time stamp and control other I/O boards over the master interface.
The display is available without touch, resistive touch-screen and multi-touch PCAP.
The EA uniTFT50 has a diagonal screen size of 5”. The next size to be released in 2017 is the 10” version followed by other sizes.
To see the display in action and see the humorous video download the free uniTFT App for Android or iOS or contact MMS Electronics.