January 10, 2020 by Displaymodule
An HMI, also known as a human interface, is a display that allows a user to control and monitor his or her machine.A common example of an HMI is an ATM machine, coffee machine, or beauty machine on which the user can interact with the machine using screens and buttons.
Various TFT LCD touch screen sizes from 3.5 inches, 4.3 inches, 5 inches, 5.6 inches, 5.7 inches, 7 inches, 8 inches, 10.1 inches, 10.4 inches, 12.1 inches, 15.1 inches, there are many models and options for the same size. With so many HMI displays, you are sure to find the best display for microcontroller projects like STM, RAM, Arduino and Raspberry Pi.。
Need help or technical help with your HMI project?Don't worry, STONE can provide technical support.
Optional UART interface type (RS232/RS485/TTL)
Optional touch control type (resistive/capacitive/non-touch)
STONE HMI Display
|Size||Model||Brightness||Resolution||View Area (mm)||Voltage(V)||Interface|
-- Free and easy to use STONE TOOL Box software
-- property value components that can be allocated at run time
-- Drag-and-drop components for GUI design and interaction
-- built-in debugger for HMI project emulation
For example: display the time variable "08: 30", and UART send the command:
A5 5A 05 82 6F 00 08 30
A55A: Frame head
05: command byte length, 82 6F 00 08 30 total 5 bytes (excluding frame header)
82: write variable register command
6F 00: Variable address, set in control properties
08 30: data content, BCD code of 08 30
1 * STONE HMI 4.3" TFT 480x272 Resistive Lcd Touch Screen Intelligent Display Module
2 * Transfer board
2 * 8 pin terminal block
2 * 20mm long cable
1 * U disk
1 * USB cable
1 * 5mm short cable
1 * 20mm DB9 cable
Reference: create refrigerator controls
Our fridge is not possible with any of the man-machine interface, but if there is a refrigerator with human-machine interface, let users can through the touch screen operation, control of refrigerator on the lower cooling efficiency, display the current the temperature inside the refrigerator, display the current indoor and outdoor temperature, and some feedback on the usage of refrigerator (days running, filter life, etc.), so, it is very convenient and practical for users.
To obtain these data, in addition to the first, the other three need the the corresponding sensor to collect these data.
Filter element lifetime acquisition sensor and temperature sensor are required respectively.
When the single-chip microcomputer collected these data, through the serial port to the designated display control address transmission data, the value of the display control on the corresponding change.
Running days can be implemented in two ways:
The STONE STVC050WT-01 serial port display comes with the RTC, which can be found in the STONE in development guide.
If you are interested, you can click: create refrigerator controlsSee the full tutorial!
STONE TFT LCD Module acceleration gyroscope sensor
With the STONE HMI display, you can now make an accelerometer gyroscope sensor. The accelerometer gyroscope sensor has the following functions：
Mpu-6050 motion processing chip
Are you interested you can click Acceleration Gyroscope Sensor See the full tutorial!
reference：Displays data read by MFRC522
Due to my personal interest, I learned about the development of Arduino UNO and STONE LCD module project for two weeks, and found Arduino very simple, convenient and practical.So I wanted to do a simple demonstration with Arduino.I had an MFRC522 module at home, which I used in college, but I used STM32 to communicate with MFRC522, so I had to write my own driver for MFRC522 module, which was very complicated.
What Do You Need
STONE STVC050WT-01 display
Arduino UNO development board
Liquid crystal display
The MI card
Are you interested? You can go there https://www.stoneitech.com/news/sharing/how-to-display-data-read-by-mfrc522-through-stone-lcd-with-arduino.html Click to see the full tutorial!
Heart rate sensor module MAX30100 can collect users' blood oxygen and heart rate data, easy to use.
I found the MAX30100 library in the Arduino library file.That is, if you use communication between the LCD Arduino and the MAX30100, you can call the Arduino library file directly without having to rewrite the driver file.This is a good thing, so I bought the MAX30100 module.
I decided to use Arduino to verify the MAX30100's heart rate and oxygen collection capabilities.STONE TFT LCD screen for monitoring blood pressure.
Are you interested you can click instructables.com See the full tutorial!
With STONE Display, you can now easily control and monitor STM, ARM, Arduino or Raspberry Pi machines, applications or device projects!Now, with the STONE STONE TOOLBox software, beginners can also create intuitive touch user interfaces.
What do you think of these STONE HMI displays?Let us know what you think of these STONE displays in the comments section below!