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Daughter cards incorporate an 8-bit ATMEGA microcontroller unit

Update Time: 2019-12-20 21:52:30

Daughter cards incorporate an 8-bit ATMEGA microcontroller unit

Following on from the release of its VM800P development platforms, which facilitate more advanced human machine interface (HMI) implementation using its innovative Embedded Video Engine (EVE) technology, FTDI Chip (Portland, OR) has introduced a series of accompanying daughter cards (or shields). The Arduino-compatible VM800P ‘PLUS boards’ are based on the company’s award winning FT800 EVE graphic controller devices, in which display, audio, and touch functionality are all integrated onto a single chip. Features include:

• An 8-bit ATMEGA microcontroller unit (MCU) and a TFT display (with 3.5”, 4.3” and 5.0” inch sizes available).
• The expansion of the boards’ I/O capabilities in order that they can be implemented into a wider range of application scenarios.
• 1 or 2 Micro-MaTch miniature connectors to interface with a VM800P. 

For more information on the daughter cards, visit www.ftdichip.com.

Future Technology Devices International, commonly known by its acronym FTDI, is a Scottish privately held semiconductor device company, specializing in Universal Serial Bus (USB) technology.

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