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Posted: 09:15am 27 May 2020
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Thanks Brian

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Location: Canada
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Posted: 03:58pm 06 Jun 2020
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Hi All,

I’m a bit new to the Micromite programming, so please excuse me if the question is stupid or redundant.   I’m looking for the connections (would be nice if it was a list) for connecting a 7” SSD1963Q LCD to the Armmite F4 black board.   I loaded the board, and have it running MMBasic (ARMmite MMBasic Version 5.05.09).  Thanks to matherp, your post was excellent on getting it loaded with MMBasic .

I’ve run pgms to check the I/O ports and have had the Comm ports working.   However I don’t understand how to connect the LCD.  If someone could give me the connection list or point me to where I can find it that would be a big help.    Also what command you used to config the LCD.  The current info in the board is “OPTION LCDPANEL ILI9341_16, RLANDSCAPE” which I will need to be changed.

Thanks, Don

Joined: 11/12/2012
Location: United Kingdom
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Posted: 04:31pm 06 Jun 2020
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Attached is the wiring for the SSD1963 adapter I did

Disable the ILI9341 with


then enable the SSD1963 with

OPTION LCDPANEL SSD1963_n_16,orientation

n should be 4, 5, 5A, 7, 7A, or 8 (same as the MM+)

orientation should be L, RL, P, or RP

Then setup touch if required


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