PRLog - June 19, 2014 - SYDNEY, Australia -- 19th June 2014, 4D Systems today announced the release PICadillo-35T, a 3.5” 320x480 resolution (Half VGA) Embedded Display Module with Resistive Touch, featuring the Microchip PIC32MX795F512L 32bit microcontroller, featuring Arduino™/ chipKIT™ style headers for easy attachment of shields, and compatible with UECIDE, MPIDE and MPLAB X Programming IDE’s, making this an amazing display solution with Open Source software.
“With the introduction of the PICadillo-35T, 4D continues to demonstrate our commitment to creating products that meet the diverse demands of our consumers” said James Barkwith, Product Development Manager, 4D Systems.
The PIC32MX795F512L is a powerful 32bit microcontroller from Microchip, which has 512Kb of Flash and 128Kb of SRAM, runs at 80 MHz and is capable of 105 DMIPS.
The PICadillo-35T was designed with complete system control in mind. It features a 3.5” display along with a bunch of GPIO, making it a perfect candidate for system control which demands a GUI or user interface.
“The PICadillo-35T is perfect for hobbyists, enthusiasts or even companies who have used Arduino or chipKit development boards, or may be familiar with Microchip processors. This brilliant module combines a TFT display with a powerful PIC32 processor, suitable for controlling projects or products such as 3D Printers, Reflow Ovens and Home Automation, or anything demanding of a control system and a GUI.” Barkwith adds.
With headquarters in Sydney, Australia, 4D Systems has distributors in every continent allowing efficient service to its continuously expanding market. For more information on 4D Systems and its products, log on to www.4dsystems.com.au.
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