The Nscreen32 uses an ESP32-WROVER-IE module with a large 4-inch capacitive touch display. The display is connected via an 8-bit parallel bus resulting in a fast performance. openHASP can take advantage of the 320x480 resolution to show a large custom user-interface.
On the back there is an expansion port with 6 GPIOs (4 input only, RX & TX) so you add inputs if needed. The development board can be powered via micro USB or the 5V-in JST connector.
|8-bit parallel display
|No backlight control
|16 MB flash + 8 MB PSram
|Bright white power LED
Unfortunately, there is no support for backlight control. The display is always-on.
With a small hack it is possible to control the backlight using a PNP transistor connected to
Some example projects and the schematics for the Nscreen32 can be found on the Yeacreate Github repository.
Nscreen32 is the first device to receive the LVGL Certified Board label:
We don't have any 3D printable enclosure yet to share here. If you have a case for this board, please let us know so we can share it here.