RM68090 TFT display driver library
The RM68090 display controller is supported by the RAMTEX S6D0129 display driver library package.
More info about Graphic RGB Color library (S6D0129 family)
Full GUI display driver C source code. Processor and C compiler independent.
RM68090 display controller characteristics
Below is a brief introduction to the main characteristics for the RM68090 RGB display controller (seen from a software driver design viewpoint).
For information about the RM68090 driver software support please go to the library description.
RM68090 device type
- COG RGB color display controller for use in small embedded systems with on-chip frame buffer and TFT screen driver.
- The RM68090 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.
- RM68090 frame buffer organization: 240 RGB pixels on scan line, 320 lines.
Processor interfaces on RM68090
RM68090 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 RM68090
- SPI bus: 4-wire: /CS, DC, SDIN, SCLK.
- SPI bus: 3-wire: /CS, SDIN, SCLK. SPI-3 uses either a 9 bit byte frame where first bit is DC, or a 8 bit frame where the first byte contains the DC flag
- The bus interfaces are all supported by the RM68090 display driver software package.
Special RM68090 hardware features:
- 0-180, 90-270 degree frame buffer rotation with hardware support. Portrait mode, landscape mode.
- Full driver software support.
Display controller vendor
- Raydium Semiconductor Corporation. http://www.rad-ic.com
Seeking a display controller equivalent to RM68090?
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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.