Multi talented: Micro controller & color display & user interface on one small board

These modules are ready for stand alone usage.

These modules with the integrated ATMega processor including color display, 6 momentary switches (not ATMega8), a reset switch and all available ports are able to be set up in seconds. The small size of the module makes it easy for you to integrate it everywhere. This module already includes the PowerBooster technology - so you may run it with 5 Volt (up to 18 Volt possible).

Hint: with the included RS232 interface you can connect this module to any other device you want.

ATMega 8 Modul (part # D041)

D041-Display und Platine-400

Hard to believe: At this small PCB, vanishing completeley behind the display, you will find a color display with its controller, a ATMEga 8 together with the PowerBooster and a RS232 interface.

The lower side of the board: a minimum of needed space. Including RS232 and ISP port. Some are available through standard connectors (0,1” spacing).

ATMega128 / ATMega2561 Modul (part # D061)

d061 von oben mit display-40002

The memory monster! 128 KByte allows you LARGE programs. Choose the ATMega2561 to double this to 256KByte programm memory and 8KByte RAM.

This board comes with 2xRS232, JTAG, ISP and an RS485 option. All ports are available through standard connectors (0,1” spacing).

ATMega 128 Minimodule (#D062 / D062x)

D062x -230

Enough memory: 128 KByte allows large applications. This D062 module offers a lot of ports at a small size

The D062x offers additionally to the D062 more ports and several switches below the display thus making it a complete input/output device. ISP, RS232 etc. all on board.




P006-2 mit D062-150

Addon PCB for D062 and D062x: Just solder you needed additional electronics like Relais, transistors etc to it - then push the D062(x) module in to the connector - ready to run.

The development board for the D062/D062x: Solder in what you need, then push the D062 board into the connector and you are ready to use what you need plus easy to use connectors for RS232, ISP, 5 switches, Reset etc.

Technical data


ATMega 8

ATMega 128
or Atmege2561

ATMega 128
or Atmege2561

Part #



D062 & D062x





Size of the display

active area: 1,5” diag.; 730mm² view area

Overall size of the module incl. display

40mm lenght (1.6”)
35mm width (1.4”)
15mm height (0.6”)

102mm lenght (4”)
58mm width (2,3”)
8mm height (0.3”)

50mm lenght (2”)
D062x: 65mm (2.5”)
40mm width (1.6”)
8mm height (0.3”)

Size reduction possible


yes, by cutting the key-area away

D062: No
D062x: 15mm by cutting the area with the keys

Integrated PowerBooster




Voltage needed*

from 5 up to max. 18 Volt

Integrated micro controller

ATMega 8, AVR-Risc-Processor

ATMega 128, AVR-Risc-controller

ATMega 128, AVR-Risc-controller

Internal memory

(Upgrade to ATMega2561 is possible for some extra costs)

ATMega :
8 KByte Flash
1 KByte RAM
0,5 KByte EEprom

ATMega 128:
128 KByte Flash
4 KByte RAM
4 KByte EEprom

256 KByte Flash
8 KByte RAM
4 KByte EEprom

ATMega 128:
128 KByte Flash
4 KByte RAM
4 KByte EEprom

256 KByte Flash
8 KByte RAM
4 KByte EEprom


8 MHz as default
14,7456 MHz (ideal for RS232) or 16 MHz possible by soldering a crystal and 2 capacitors to the so prepared board.

Ports available on connectors

10 ports: D2, D3, D4, D5, D6, B3, B4, B5, C5, C6

51 Ports (A, B, C, D, E, F, G)

34 ports:
A, C, D, F, (E)
D062x: 38 Ports

Interfaces included

1 x RS232, ISP

2 x RS232, ISP, JTAG, 1xRS485 (optional),

1 x RS232, ISP


additionally: all ports are available at standard size pins (0.1”) where you may solder usuals connectors to


Reduced to the max! Minimal size - exactly the size of the display itself

6 switches + reset

Addl. development PCBs available
D062x: 5/6 switches

Hardware manual

Link to the manual

Link to the manual

Link to the manual

Learn more about the Atmel AVR Risc processors here (PDF). Find an table with an overview of all ATMega micro controller here and the complete data sheets of the used micro controller here: ATMega8, ATMega128, ATMega2561








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