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AZ-Touch MOD~

The AZ-Touch MOD for ESP32 comes as kit with a touchscreen, wall enclosure, PCB and pinheaders. It includes either a 2.4" or 2.8" ILI9341 display with a XPT2046 resistive touchscreen controller.

The PCB is pre-soldered except for the pinheaders, so some soldering is required.

Pros Cons
Versatile PCB options Bulky enclosure
Limited soldering required Resistive touchpanel
Choice of several ESP32 MCUs
9 to 35V DC-DC power input
Breadboard area

AZ-Touch MOD 2.4"   AZ-Touch MOD 2.8"

ESP32 dev boards~

The AZ-Touch MOD PCB kit does not come with an MCU and needs to be purchased separately. The PCB is designed to be compatible with serveral development boards.

There are two ESP32 footprint options for soldering headers onto the PCB:

  1. ESP32-DevKitC footprint with 2x19 pins
  2. Wemos D1 mini footprint with 2x8 pins

The ESP32-DevKitC option is prefered because you can use more pins from the ESP32.

Board ESP32-DevKitC-V4 ESP32-DevKitC-VE
MCU ESP32-WROOM ESP32-WROVER
Flash 4 MB 8 MB
PSram No 8 MB
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Backlight Control~

GPIO15 of the ESP32 is used for PWM dimming of the AZ-Touch MOD display.

Documentation~

Schematics   Datasheet   Assembly Guide

Product Video~

Backlight Control~

GPIO15 of the ESP32 is used for PWM dimming of the AZ-Touch MOD display.

GPIO13 of the ESP32 is used for PWM dimming of the AZ-Touch Feather display.

Enclosure~

Each AZ-Touch kit comes with a nice wall mounting enclosure for the 2.4" or 2.8" touchscreen. It enables you to mount your project permanently in your living room, corridor or other exposed places.

The AZ-Touch MOD PCB comes partly assembled with only the pin headers requiring some minimal soldering skills.

The wall mounted enclosure measures 120mm x 80mm x 35mm (W x H x D).

Flashing~

The ESP32 can be flashed over USB like any ESP32 development board.


Last update: 2023-12-10