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  • FlorinG
    Well, now all makes sense. I was somehow misled by the generic title "Downloads" and I didn't look in there for manuals and datasheet. My bad.
    I must say I'm impressed by your range of products and attention to details. If the technical support is also fast, I'm sold.

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  • pauleilio

    Welcome to the forum,

    Thank you for your feedback.

    All our product pages have links to a datasheet for the particular display you view which will include commincation capabilties and available IO capabilities so as an example a gen4-uLCD-43DCT-CLB datasheet can be found in the Downloads tab of the products page.

    Product page -

    Datasheet Link -

    Sections 4.1, 4.5 and 4.6 deal specifically with communication ports and types.

    Our displays (apart from the IoD range) come pre - nstalled with our serial environment and is ready to receive the SPE serial protocol from an attached host using TTL serial as described here,

    Serial SPE commands Manual -

    In addition to this we have another Serial environment called Visi-Genie where you can use trhe full graphics tools from Workshop 4 to create your GUI and control using the Visi-Genie commds set.

    To further expand the connection to the outside world we have a range of MOTG modules for WiFi, Bluetooth, RS485 and RS2323

    I hope this helps

    Best regards


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  • FlorinG
    started a topic Comunication and connectivity

    Comunication and connectivity

    I've read about your intelligent displays in 2019 PDF catalog and also throughout the website.
    I find there is no information on how the displays connect and communicate with the outside world. I mean, you did a great job describing what they can do as stand alone but I think you failed in showing the input possibilities, communication protocols, ports, etc.
    I hope you will provide in this topic some relevant links that could fill the void I've mentioned.