This lovely little display breakout is the best way to add a small, colorful and bright display on to your project. Since the display size is 1.44-inch and since TFT display has its own pixel-addressable frame buffer, it can be used with every kind of microcontroller. Even a very small one with low memory and few pins available!
It is compatible with ESP32 too:
In the above example, Node32-Lite and this 1.44-inch LCD. Please refer to the tutorial here: ST7735S interfacing with ESP32 to make the connections, Arduino library installation, and modification needed for it to works on this LCD.
- Display Size: 1.44 inch
- Material: TFT LCD
- Resolution: 128 x128 display
- Control chip: ST7735
- Display area: 25.5x26.5mm
- Physical size: 30.0x46.5mm
- Interface type: SPI interface
- Number of pins: 8-Pin
- Working voltage: 2.8-3.3V, we have tested with Maker UNO which is 5V and it works well.
- Working temperature: -20°C~70°C
- 1: GND Power ground
- 2: VCC Power input
- 3: SCL SPI clock input
- 4: SDA SPI data input
- 5: RES Reset
- 6: DC Data/command selection foot
- 7: CS Chip select signal, low level active
- 8: BLK Backlight control, the default can be left floating, low level to turn off the backlight.
- 1 x 1.44-inch 128x128 TFT LCD Breakout - ST7735R
- ST7735S interfacing with ESP32, tutorial to use it with Node32-Lite.
- Using the 1.44" TFT ST7735 Color Display with Arduino, by MytecTutor.
- Tutorial by Adafruit, not exactly the same display, but using the same graphics driver and library is compatible