MXRT 1050 can work with 1440x240 LCD

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MXRT 1050 can work with 1440x240 LCD

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hiectai
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Hello community


I'm trying to figure out if a 1440x240 LCD display can work with an IMXRT 1050.
According to the datasheet of the IMX RT1050, the maximum resolution of LCD is WXGA 1366 x 768. I wonder if H is greater than 1366 or V is greater than 768 it will not be supported right?
Or is the total HxV greater than 1366x768 not supported?


Thank all

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jeremyzhou
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Hi @hiectai ,
Thank you for your interest in NXP Semiconductor products and for the opportunity to serve you.
1) I wonder if H is greater than 1366 or V is greater than 768 it will not be supported right?
-- No, it supports, however, the fresh rate will decrease quickly if the resolution is too big.
TIC

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hiectai
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Hi Jeremyzhou

Thanks so much for your answer.

We will connect IMXRT1050 to 1440x240 LCD and evaluate the performance.

Have a nice day.

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jeremyzhou
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Hi @hiectai ,
Thank you for your interest in NXP Semiconductor products and for the opportunity to serve you.
1) I wonder if H is greater than 1366 or V is greater than 768 it will not be supported right?
-- No, it supports, however, the fresh rate will decrease quickly if the resolution is too big.
TIC

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