GPRS - MP3 - WiFi - Ethernet
Build quickly an advanced 9.0" or a 5.0" LCD UI for Arduino CPU modules. MKR, ESP32, Pycom, Particle, Adafruit compatible.
Our Rabbit SBC's with 4.3", 5.6" or 7.0" LCD will get your touchscreen GUI product up and running within hours.
Use CodeVisionAVR and the XG8800 ATxmega CPU module to build an advanced AVR graphic UI with a 2.4" or 9.0" LCD
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Arduino - MKR - ESP32 - Pycom - Particle - Adafruit
The XG8900 integrates a 9.0" or 5.0" LCD with your choice of Arduino CPU module to create a standalone wireless touchscreen display. It's compatible with the MKR family, ESP32-DevKitC, Pycom family, Particle family, Adafruit Feather and any plain old Arduino CPU module.
The Arduino LittleVGL or XGLCD libraries make creating sketches very easy. Start designing products for monitoring and controlling remote (WiFi, BLE, LoRa, GSM, SigFox, ...) hardware without hardware or software worries. You can use the Grove connectors to add any kind of I/O interface without the need for soldering.
With the 9.0" high resolution LCD you can create stunning looking wireless Arduino tablet-size projects. The medium sized 5.0" LCD is perfect for your wireless Arduino project requiring a smartphone-sized LCD.
You can add up to 9 Grove expansion modules. Use the SDCard socket to store all fonts and images required to build a nice looking graphic user interface for your projects. Optional a CAN and RS485 interface can be installed.
The CPU module USB connector is used to power the module. There is also a power input Grove connector and optional a compact AC/DC module (85V to 264V) or an on-board 42Volt SMPS.
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Click on 'Power Module' to add the AC/DC module or SMPS. Click on 'CAN or RS485' to add one of these interfaces. Either specify in the comment field which option you want, or we will contact you by e-mail ourselves.
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We offer several Rabbit 3000A and Rabbit 4000 based SBC's paired with an LCD and Touchscreen.
To start your development you only need a XG5000/XG4200/OP7300 module, the free DynamicC compiler and a USB (XG5000) or RS232C (XG4200) cable. No development tools are needed because DynamicC includes in-circuit debugging with breakpoints, single-stepping, ... Programming with the free DynamicC compiler is easy and fun. DynamicC includes a lot of libraries: TCP/IP, HTTP Server, Mail server, all kind of communications lib, ...
The X-Graph XG5000 is a Rabbit 3000A SBC with a touchscreen 5.6" LCD. Combined with the DynamicC compiler and the advanced X-Graph graphic LCD libraries you will get your touchscreen GUI product up and running within hours. This SBC includes a lot of standard interfaces and is easily expanded thanks to numerous pin headers.
The X-Graph XG4200 is a Rabbit 4000 single board computer with an integrated GPRS modem, a touchscreen 4.3" or 7.0" LCD, and the X-Graph LCD Hardware Accelerator. You can get your WAN touchscreen GUI design based on the XG4200, the DynamicC compiler and the hardware accelerated X-Graph graphic LCD libraries running within hours.
The XG4200 is shipped with a magnetic GSM antenna and a 1.5m cable.
The OP7300 SBC is a XG5000 custom design which adds some typical Digi SBC I/O Interfaces. It was designed for Digi but they sold the module only to selected customers. Now everybody can purchase this module directly from the X-Graph website.
This SBC includes a lot of standard interfaces and is easily expanded thanks to numerous pin headers and pluggable terminal blocks with 5.08mm pitch.
The XG8800 includes an ATxmega128A4U CPU and your choice graphic LCD and touchscreen, 9.0" or 2.4". Design your graphic UI with CodeVisionAVR which includes a complete easy to use graphic library.
Create quickly and without hardware or software concerns an Atmel based touchscreen/display project. CodeVisionAVR Advanced includes support for the XG8800 display and touchscreen. Start designing products to monitor and control hardware without hardware or software worries. Use the Grove connectors to add any kind of I/O interface without the need for soldering.
This product is also available in 25pcs and 100pcs packs (larger quantities contact us for a quote).
The 9.0" high resolution LCD allows you to make stunning looking tablet-size projects. The small size 2.4" LCD is perfect for your CodeVisionAVR project requiring a small cost effective LCD.
You can add up to 6 Grove expansion modules. There is also an SDCard socket to store all fonts and images required to build a nice looking graphic user interface for your projects.
An on-board USB connector is used to power the module. Alternatively a power input Grove connector or the optional AC/DC plug-in module (85V to 264V AC) can also be used. The USB data pins are routed to the USB input pins of the Atmel microcontroller. Use the CodeVisionAVR USB library to quickly add USB support to your project.
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