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Author: Steve Covert
Last Updated: 2012-08-22
Category: Graphics & LCD
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To "commercialize" my TFT project, I could not use the large 40-pin connector on the TFT-Proto, so I created a new PCB to mount the TFT to.
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pic of the PCB layoutView full image
To turn my project into something to sell, I could not use the 0.1" 40-pin connector, so made a new PCB to mount the TFT to, using a Flat Flex Cable (FFC) connector. It is a 0.5mm spacing type. Cables are available from Digikey, Newark, etc. (search FFC 40 pin).
Used EAGLE 5.11, gerber files included in .ZIP. Tested fine. I have attached for reference the schematic of the dsPIC for this new product, showing the 40-pin connector on the PIC side.
Finished productView full image