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FT812 Library

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Author: MikroElektronika Team

Last Updated: 2018-08-07

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FT812

FT812

FT812

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FT81x is an embedded graphic controller with FTDI's EVE (Embedded Video Engine) tehnology. EVE's object oriented approach eliminates the traditional frame buffer memory as it renders an image on a line by line basis to 1/16th pixel resolution.

Main FT812 and FT813 characteristics:    

   - QVGA and WQVGA resolution RFT display with parallel RGB interface, maximum 800x600    resolution 
   - Dithering hardware provides 24bit (true color) support on an 18-bit interface,
   - FT812 with Integrated touch controller
   - Low-power - 24mA typical in active mode 
   - Anti-aliasing support,
   - 1MB internal graphic memory,
   - 8kB display list memory (double buffered),
   - In-built widgets (analog clock, dial, gauge...),
   - In-built touch contoller with wupport for 4-wire resistive touch panels,
   - Integrated audio output plays tones and recorded audio,
   - Support audio playback for PCM, 4bit ADPCM and u-Law coding formats 
   - PWM output form programmable display brightness and
   - Extended temperature range: -40°C to +85°C 
   - SPI or I2C interface.


  FT813 also includes the following features:  

  - FT813 with I2C capacitive touch interface 
  -  Capacitive touch screen support with up to 5 touches and gesture detection 
  -  Hardware engine to recognise touch tracks and track touch movement, which can provide      notification for up to 255 touch tags 
  -  Enhanced sketch processing 
  -  Programmable interrupt controller providing interrupts to host MPU/MCU 
  -  Full functionality without the requirement of frame buffer RAM 
  -  Advanced object oriented architecture, enabling use of low cost MPU/MCU as system host, using I2C (clocking up to 3.4MHz) and SPI (up to 30MHz) interfaces  
  -  Support for both Mutual and Projected Capacitive Touch display controller   

New version (1.1.0.0):
- Added support for NXP Freescale (ARM)
- Fixed bug with internal
oscillator

New version (1.1.0.1):
- Fixed bug for ARM MCUs with core M0
- dsPIC library splited on EP/EV family and others

New version (1.2.0.0):
Added support for MSP Tiva (ARM)

New version (1.2.0.1):
- Minor bug fixes
- Case sensitivity changes, needed for usage in RTOS

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