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Posted: 19 September 2018 at 1:53am | IP Logged Quote goc30

matherp wrote:


This is required for 7" TFT. It doesn't cause an issue for smaller ones


ok thanks


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I have a blank V1.3 board, where can I get a parts list and circuit or part location layout that will enable me to build the board. If it's been posted then I missed it.


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Page 1 of this thread. The only difference with 1.3 is that you can put pullup resistors on the back for some I/O and, in theory, you can put an oscillator on the back and disconnect the ST-LINK (untested)
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Thanks again.

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Posted: 08 November 2018 at 9:58am | IP Logged Quote KeepIS

As you have an SD card holder on the backpack, I assume that the SD card holder available on 7" to 9" LCD displays is not wired into the LCD socket and cannot be used?

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Posted: 08 November 2018 at 2:29pm | IP Logged Quote KeepIS

Answered my own question, had a closer look at the board and they are indeed wired in parallel, so either one will work - once I set the correct option pin (yes I found on the overlay) all was good.

Mike.

BTW the Editor is working perfectly for me.



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