MiniFT800 V1 Coming soon!

Take a look at whats to come, its my FT800 pcb but complete 🙂 Its untested but should work. I took a couple ideas from the GameDuino2 and there forum 🙂 The guys there are awesome!

This has everything you need to control a 4.3″ tft (or others if pinning is the same). Backlight, Audio, Basic SPI Pinout that wont kill you with wiring. For audio you have to supply 5v to 5VA for a stable audio signal. Also connect 3.3v to VCC. So this may need 2 supplies. Audio is a hassle i which not to touch so i left it this way… (for now)

http://gameduino2.proboards.com/board/7/hardware

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Part Value Device Package Description 
C2 100nf C-EUC0603 C0603 CAPACITOR, European symbol 
C3 100nf C-EUC0603 C0603 CAPACITOR, European symbol 
C4 100nf C-EUC0603 C0603 CAPACITOR, European symbol 
C5 3.3nf C-EUC0603 C0603 CAPACITOR, European symbol 
C6 10uF C-0805 C0805 
C11 0.022uF C-USC0603 C0603 CAPACITOR, American symbol 
L1 4.7uH L-SPD3D16-4R7M L0420 0210410P1
Q1 MOSFET-N-044020001 MOSFET-N-044020001 SOT23 CJ2302:SMD MOSFET N-CH 20V-2.1A 0440200P1
R1 10k R-EU_R0603 R0603 RESISTOR, European symbol 
R2 10k R-EU_R0603 R0603 RESISTOR, European symbol 
R3 10k R-EU_R0603 R0603 RESISTOR, European symbol 
R4 10k R-EU_R0603 R0603 RESISTOR, European symbol 
R5 10k R-EU_R0603 R0603 RESISTOR, European symbol 
R6 10k R-EU_R0603 R0603 RESISTOR, European symbol 
R7 2R375 R-US_R0603 R0603 RESISTOR, American symbol 
R8 100R R-US_R0603 R0603 RESISTOR, American symbol 
U$1 FT800Q FT800Q VQFN_7X7_48PIN 
U$2 AUDIO_CHINA AUDIO_CHINA AUDIO_CHINA 
U$3 XC6206 XC6206 SOT-23 (3.3v 500mA) 
U$4 1X9 1X9 1X9 
U$5 4.3_LCD_40PIN 4.3_LCD_40PIN SD-54104-083 (MOLEX: 0541044033) 
U5 MIC2289 MIC2289 NGL0008B (24v version)
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6 responses to “MiniFT800 V1 Coming soon!”

  1. helgelangehaug says :

    Can’t wait to test it out !

  2. helgelangehaug says :

    How much effort will it take to make pin 19-22 available as breakout pins ? It will make it possible to replace FT800 with FT801 and have capacitive touch I/O.

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