Graphical demo for the LPC4088 Experiment Base Board with one of the Display Expansion Kits. This program decodes decodes and shows two png images.

Dependencies:   EALib mbed



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#ifndef AR1021I2C_H
#define AR1021I2C_H

#include "TouchPanel.h"

 * Microchip Touch Screen Controller (AR1021).
 * Please note that this touch panel has an on-board storage for
 * calibration data. Once a successful calibration has been performed
 * it is not needed to do additional calibrations since the stored
 * calibration data will be used.
class AR1021I2C : public TouchPanel {

     * Constructor
     * @param mosi I2C SDA pin
     * @param miso I2C SCL pin
     * @param siq interrupt pin
    AR1021I2C(PinName sda, PinName scl, PinName siq);

    bool info(int* verHigh, int* verLow, int* resBits, int* type);

    virtual bool init(uint16_t width, uint16_t height);
    virtual bool read(touchCoordinate_t &coord);
    virtual bool calibrateStart();
    virtual bool getNextCalibratePoint(uint16_t* x, uint16_t* y);
    virtual bool waitForCalibratePoint(bool* morePoints, uint32_t timeout);


    I2C _i2c;
    DigitalIn _siq;
    InterruptIn _siqIrq;
    bool _initialized;

    int32_t _x;
    int32_t _y;
    int32_t _pen;

    uint16_t _width;
    uint16_t _height;
    uint8_t _inset;

    int _calibPoint;

    int cmd(char cmd, char* data, int len, char* respBuf, int* respLen, bool setCsOff=true);
    int waitForCalibResponse(uint32_t timeout);
    void readTouchIrq();