Epson S1D13517 Board Information Sheet

Graphics Controller PICtail™ Plus Epson S1D13517 Board
Information Sheet
Features
• Graphics display controller (U1), Epson S1D13517, supporting 18/24-bit TFT interfaces, 16/24-bit
color depth, maximum display resolution of 960x960, multiple frame buffering with external SDRAM,
alpha-blending, picture-in-picture, transparency
• 128-Megabit (8Mx16) SDRAM (U4) for frame buffering
• 64-Megabit serial Flash memory (U3) for additional data storage
• Display connector (J2) for interfacing with different display boards
• PICtail™ Plus Interface (J1) for connecting to Explorer 16 Development Board
• Starter Kit Connector (J3) to connect any of the Starter Kits
Getting Started
Americas
Asia/Pacific
Europe
Atlanta - 678-957-9614
Boston - 774-760-0087
Chicago - 630-285-0071
Cleveland - 216-447-0464
Dallas - 972-818-7423
Detroit - 248-538-2250
Kokomo - 765-864-8360
Los Angeles - 949-462-9523
Phoenix - 480-792-7200
Santa Clara - 408-961-6444
Toronto - 905-673-0699
Australia - Sydney - 61-2-9868-6733
China - Beijing - 86-10-8528-2100
China - Chengdu - 86-28-8665-5511
China - Chongqing - 86-23-8980-9588
China - Hong Kong SAR - 852-2401-1200
China - Nanjing- 86-25-8473-2460
China - Qingdao - 86-532-8502-7355
China - Shanghai - 86-21-5407-5533
China - Shenyang - 86-24-2334-2829
China - Shenzhen - 86-755-8203-2660
China - Wuhan - 86-27-5980-5300
China - Xiamen - 86-592-2388138
China - Xian - 86-29-8833-7252
China - Zhuhai - 86-756-3210040
India - Bangalore - 91-80-3090-4444
India - New Delhi - 91-11-4160-8631
India - Pune - 91-20-2566-1512
Japan - Yokohama - 81-45-471-6166
Korea - Daegu - 82-53-744-4301
Korea - Seoul - 82-2-554-7200
Malaysia - Kuala Lumpur - 60-3-6201-9857
Malaysia - Penang - 60-4-227-8870
Philippines - Manila - 63-2-634-9065
Singapore - 65-6334-8870
Taiwan - Hsin Chu - 886-3-6578-300
Taiwan - Kaohsiung - 886-7-213-7830
Taiwan - Taipei - 886-2-2500-6610
Thailand - Bangkok - 66-2-694-1351
Austria - Weis - 43-7242-2244-39
Denmark - Copenhagen - 45-4450-2828
France - Paris - 33-1-69-53-63-20
Germany - Munich - 49-89-627-144-0
Italy - Milan - 39-0331-742611
Netherlands - Drunen - 31-416-690399
Spain - Madrid - 34-91-708-08-90
UK - Wokingham - 44-118-921-5869
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An Explorer 16 Development Board (DM240001) or one of the starter kits is required, but only one should
be used. An external 9V (AC162039) power supply can be connected through the Explorer 16 or directly
to connector J5. When a starter kit is used, the setup can be powered via the USB debugger. If your USB
is unable to supply enough power, the external power supply should be used. Finally, a display board, such
as the Graphics Display Truly 7" 800x480 Board (AC164127-9), should be connected to the display
connector. For more information on this board and a list of available graphics display boards, check the
Graphics link on the Development Tools webpage at: www.microchip.com.
This board can be used in conjunction with the Microchip Graphics Library. The Microchip Graphics Library
and other firmware examples can be downloaded from http://www.microchip.com/graphics. Please refer to
the “Getting Started” topic in the Microchip Graphics Library Help file in the Microchip Application Library
(MAL) to program and run demonstration projects in MAL.
Board Settings
• Jumper, JP1, connects an interrupt signal, PEN_INT, from the Display Connector to either signal,
RA14 or RA15 (open by default)
• Jumper, JP2, selects the data bus width for the S1D13517 graphics display controller. When a
jumper is plugged in, the data bus is 16-bit and when unplugged, it is 8-bit (16-bit by default).
• Jumpers JP3, JP4, JP5, and JP6 select the SPI channel between SPI1 and SPI2 for communication
with Flash memory (U3) (SPI2 by default).
TABLE 1:
SIGNAL INTERFACE FOR DISPLAY CONNECTOR
Pin #
Symbol
Pin #
Symbol
Level
A1, B1
+9V
+9.0V Power supply
Level
Description
B11
BKLHT_PWM
O
A2, B2
A3, A4
B3, B4
GND
+3.3V
+5V
GND Ground
+3.3V Power supply
+5.0V Power supply
A12, B12
A13
B13
GND
SHIFT
DEN
A5, B5
A6
B6
GND
LEFT/XTOP/Y-
GND Ground
I/O Touch panel left
I/O Touch panel top
A7
RIGHT/X+
A14
B14
A15-A26,
B15-B26
A27
FRAME
LINE
LDATA0LDATA23
GPO0
B7
BOTTOM/Y+
B27
GPO1
O
A8
PEN_INT
I
A28
SCK
O
B8
SENSE
I
B28
SDO
O
PIC® MCU SPI SDO
A9
SCK
O
Pen interrupt (touch
panel driver)
5-wire touch panel
sense
PIC® MCU SCK
Can be configured
as display reset or
as a GP output
Can be used for SPI
CS or as a GP
output
PIC® MCU SPI SCK
A29
GPO2
O
B9
A10
SDO
SDI
O
I
PIC® MCU SDO
PIC® MCU SDI
SDI
NC
I
—
B10
A11
SS
BKLHT_EN
O
O
PIC® MCU SS
Enable for backlight
driver
B29
A30-A31,
B29-B31
A32, B32
Can be used for
display DC or as a
GP output
PIC® MCU SPI SDI
Not connected
I/O Touch panel right
I/O Touch panel bottom
GND
Description
PWM output for
backlight driver
GND Ground
O Pixel shift signal
O Data enable for
24-bit digital RGB
interface
O Frame pulse
O Line pulse
O 24-bit data
O
GND Ground
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