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monic part 1: connecting the display
06-12-2020, 03:03 AM (This post was last modified: 12-27-2022 12:08 AM by F-73P.)
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monic part 1: connecting the display
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This is the first in a series of threads about the monic calculator.

This thread shows how to connect the display. The instructions have been divided across four messages because the number of images per message is limited to 10.

1) Getting started

The calculator is comprised of the following parts:

i.MX RT1010 Evaluation Kit with Cortex-M7 500 MHz microcontroller ("EVK")
3.5" 320x480 colour display (“display”)
• 4x4 matrix keypad (“keypad”) and 2 push buttons
• Breadboard, 0.1” jumper cables and wire connectors.

Install the MCUXpresso IDE (“IDE”) and i.MX RT1010 SDK on your computer. The IDE is a free Eclipse-based development environment for NXP Cortex-M microcontrollers. See Getting Started with i.MX RT1010 Evaluation Kit for step by step instructions on how to install the IDE and i.MX RT1010 SDK on your computer.

2) Connecting the display

Insert the display into the breadboard and connect it to the EVK using the following connections:

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