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Revision to PanelDue

Ian Abbott-Stratford

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[title|PanelDue]
 
[summary]The Panel Due is a colour touch screen controller for the Duet and other 3dprinting electronics that support it. There is a version with the controller and a 7 inch LCD integrated available as well as the controller + separate LCDs at 4.2, 5 and 7 inches.[/summary]
 
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== PanelDue controller + separate LCD ==
 
The original version of the PanelDue was a controller board that plugged into a separate LCD. It has gone through a number of revisions, with versions 1.0, 1.1, 2.0 and 3.0.
 
Outline specifications:
 
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== Connecting a PanelDue ==
 
There is more information on how to connect it to the duet here: [[Connecting an LCD control panel#Section_Connecting_a_PanelDue|Connecting a PanelDue]], with detailed documentation available on [https://miscsolutions.wordpress.com/paneldue/|DC42's PanelDue web page].
 
== Warnings ==
 
Caution! Do not use an SD extender cable from the SD socket on the Panel Due.Some types of SD card extender cable have been found to damage the SD card socket. '''Damage to the SD card socket from using an extender cable is not covered by the warranty.'''
 
== PanelDue Integrated ==
 
ThisThe PanelDue 5i and PanelDue 7i are currently available in the Duet3D online shop, and from Duet3D resellers. This integrated version has a 5" or 7" TFT LCD panel with the PanelDue controller by David Crocker integrated on the LCD's PCB.
ThisThe PanelDue 5i and PanelDue 7i are currently available in the Duet3D online shop, and from Duet3D resellers. This integrated version has a 5" or 7" TFT LCD panel with the PanelDue controller by David Crocker integrated on the LCD's PCB.
 
=== Features ===
 
* Resolution of  800×480of 800×480 pixels on a 5 inch or 7 inch LCD.
* Resolution of  800×480of 800×480 pixels on a 5 inch or 7 inch LCD.
* 5V power from host 3D printer controller.
* 2-wire async serial interface with 3.3V signal level (5V tolerant input). This is presented as a 4 pin header with 5V, Gnd and the two serial wires.
* Connections to the onboard microonboard micro SD card socket as well as the PanelDue serial and power connections are all availableall available via a 10-way ribbon cable.  A A 300mm long ribbon cable is the maximum recommended length.
* Connections to the onboard microonboard micro SD card socket as well as the PanelDue serial and power connections are all availableall available via a 10-way ribbon cable.  A A 300mm long ribbon cable is the maximum recommended length.
* There is more information on how to connect it to the duet here: [[Connecting an LCD control panel#Section_Connecting_a_PanelDue|Connecting a PanelDue]].
 
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''Panel Due 5i back== Connecting a PanelDue ==

There is more information on how to connect it to the duet here: [[Connecting an LCD control panel#Section_Connecting_a_PanelDue|Connecting a PanelDue]], with detailed documentation available on [https://miscsolutions.wordpress.com/paneldue/|DC42's PanelDue web page].

== Updating PanelDue Firmware ==

See: [[PanelDue_Firmware_update]]

== Warnings ==

Caution! Do not use an SD extender cable from the SD socket on the Panel Due.Some types of SD card extender cable have been found to damage the SD card socket. '''Damage to the SD card socket from using an extender cable is not covered by the warranty.'
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''Panel Due 5i back== Connecting a PanelDue ==

There is more information on how to connect it to the duet here: [[Connecting an LCD control panel#Section_Connecting_a_PanelDue|Connecting a PanelDue]], with detailed documentation available on [https://miscsolutions.wordpress.com/paneldue/|DC42's PanelDue web page].

== Updating PanelDue Firmware ==

See: [[PanelDue_Firmware_update]]

== Warnings ==

Caution! Do not use an SD extender cable from the SD socket on the Panel Due.Some types of SD card extender cable have been found to damage the SD card socket. '''Damage to the SD card socket from using an extender cable is not covered by the warranty.'
''
 
== Dimensions ==

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