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Arduino GIGA Display Shield - For Giga R1


The Arduino GIGA Display Shield, a touch screen solution designed to effortlessly deploy graphic interfaces in your projects. Leveraging the new pin header connector in the middle of Arduino GIGA R1 WiFi Development Board, this shield offers seamless integration and enhanced functionalities.

With the GIGA Display Shield, you gain access to an array of features, including a digital microphone, 6-axis IMU, and Arducam connector. These added capabilities allow you to fully utilize the other 54 available pins, making it incredibly convenient to create handheld devices or dashboards to control your project.

How to connect the GIGA Display Shield to the GIGA R1 WiFi?

The GIGA Display Shield connects via the middle headers (J5 and J6) on the GIGA R1 WiFi. Attach the shield from the bottom, leaving the top side of the GIGA R1 WiFi available for additional shields


  • Graphic interfaces deployment with added features.


KD040WVFID026-01-C025A 3.97" TFT Display

  • 480x800 resolution
  • 16.7 million colors
  • 0.108 mm pixel size
  • Capacitive Touch sensor
  • 5-point and gesture support
  • Edge LED backlight

BMI270 6-axis IMU (Accelerometer and Gyroscope)
  • 16-bit
  • 3-axis accelerometer with ±2g/±4g/±8g/±16g range
  • 3-axis gyroscope with ±125dps/±250dps/±500dps/±1000dps/±2000dps range

  • Common Anode
  • IS31FL3197-QFLS2-TR Driver with integrated charge pump

MP34DT06JTR Digital Microphone
  • AOP = 122.5 dbSPL
  • 64 dB signal-to-noise ratio
  • Omnidirectional sensitivity
  • –26 dBFS ± 3 dB sensitivity

  • GIGA Connector
  • 2.54 mm Camera Connector

  • Weight: 0.14 kg


Note: The GIGA Display Shield requires a GIGA R1 WiFi board to function. It has no microcontroller and cannot be programmed independently.




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