Customer Reviews

4.95 out of 5
See all 264 reviews
Write a Review
  • All Reviews (264)
  • Image (33)
  • Video (0)
  • All Star
    • All Star(264)
    • 5 Star(254)
    • 4 Star(7)
    • 3 Star(3)
    • 2 Star(0)
    • 1 Star(0)
Sort by:
Top Review
  • Top Review
  • Most Helpful
  • Most Recent
Reviews only from your country (Australia)
|
Show Original

A part of the review has been auto-translated.

  • 27/10/2019

    I was actually surprised at the quality of this display! I connected it to my Raspberry PI 3 B+, and connections and setup were pretty straightforward. It was even able to display video files without issue! Received fairly quickly, and packaging was excellent. I appreciated the small plastic case it was packaged in for protection.

    Comments
    Show Original
  • 09/08/2019

    Cute little 80x160 display. It does indeed have a ST7735S chip on it which supports vertical scrolling (long side is the vertical). Connecting the BLK pin to GND turns the backlight off. The display draws approximately 19 mA while on, 360 uA with the chip in sleep state and the backlight off, and 1.6 mA with the chip working and the backlight off. Mine is wired for CASET(25, 105) and RASET(1, 160). Also, colors are inverted and channel order is BGR, so turning display inversion on and setting RGB to 1 with MADCTL is necessary if it is fed with regular RGB data. Besides the display, the package included straight pins, right-angle pins, and a little box.

    Comments
    Show Original
  • 04/01/2021

    I was worried about how it would get here in one piece, but it's wrapped in a massive little plastic box, so it arrived without damage.

    Comments (1)
    Show Original
  • 15/08/2019

    Use GraphicsTest.ino Ucglib library , uncomment Ucglib_St7735_18x128x160_swspii ucg ..ect and in the void loop remove the switch(r&3) loop since it will rotate the animation around

    Comments
    Show Original
  • 29/03/2020

    I struggled to get the screen working initially, however I've managed to get it working on a NodeMCU ESP8622. The pin labels don't match a lot of the documentation I could find so took an educated guess in the end and have it working inline with the Adafruit ST7735 documentation I've found. On other devices SCL is labeled CLK, SDA is labeled DIN. The rest vary a little but are clear to guess (DC = D/C for example) Blue and Red colour inputs are different from the Adafruit library, apparently, you can change this behaviour but so far I've not tried - just living with it. Decent screen for the price! In use for a digital temperature probe (DS18B20) that tracks high and low temperature and the time at which the temperatures are recorded. (time picked up from an NTP server).

    Comments
    Show Original
  • 26/08/2019

    Fonctionne très bien.

    Comments
    Show Original
  • 10/08/2019

    It looks promising and capable... 80x160 IPS display for your DIY projects.

    Comments
    Show Original
  • 14/04/2019

    Looks great. Very nice size for the purpose I want to use it for.

    Comments (1)
    Show Original
  • 23/08/2019

    voor the ironman helmet hologram

    Comments
    Show Original
  • 15/10/2019

    excelente

    Comments
    Show Original
Show:

    Total 0 pages

    Go to page

    Go
    recommendation for you
    • US$43.99
    • US$65.99
    • US$23.99
    • US$24.71
    • US$61.59
    • US$6.59
    • US$30.79
    • US$9.99
    • US$42.89
    • US$13.19
    • US$20.89
    • US$16.49
    • US$37.99
    • US$36.29
    • US$15.39
    • US$10.99
    • US$9.99
    • US$15.99