OTM3225 TFT display driver library
The OTM3225 and OTM3225C display controllers are supported by the RAMTEX S6D0129 display driver library package.
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Full GUI display driver C source code. Processor and C compiler independent.
OTM3225 display controller characteristics
Below is a brief introduction to the main characteristics for the OTM3225 RGB display controller (seen from a software driver design viewpoint).
For information about the OTM3225 driver software support please go to the library description.
OTM3225 device type
- COG RGB color display controller for use in small embedded systems with on-chip frame buffer and TFT screen driver.
- The OTM3225 supports TFT screens with a size up to 240 x 320 pixels (WxH)
- On-chip TFT driver with voltage generator
- RGB pixel resolution (bits per pixel): 16-bit, 18-bit.
- OTM3225 frame buffer organization: 240 RGB pixels on scan line, 320 lines.
Processor interfaces on OTM3225
OTM3225 parallel bus interface
- Parallel bus types: 8080 bus type
- Parallel bus size: 8-bit, 16-bit, 18 (32)-bit.
- Addressing concept: Indexed bus interface (1 chip select pin + 1 address bit pin (Data/Command))
Serial bus interfaces on OTM3225
- SPI bus: 3-wire: /CS, SDIN, SCLK. SPI-3 first byte in CS frame contains: device code, DC, RW. 16 or 24 bit transmission frame
- In SPI bus mode the frame buffer memory can not be read.
- The bus interfaces are all supported by the OTM3225 display driver software package.
Special OTM3225 hardware features:
- 0-180, 90-270 degree frame buffer rotation with hardware support. Portrait mode, landscape mode.
- Full driver software support.
Display controller vendor
- ORISE Technology Co. Ltd http://www.orisetech.com
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These display controllers have similar internal configuration and graphic rendering features.
The differences are primarily related to display screen sizes or available bus interface types.