A project log for T962A Controller with 5"/7" Touch TFT (*STM32*)

T962A Controller Drop-In (using *STM32H7*) This is a drop-in replacement controller board for the T962A reflow oven, using the STM32H7

PhillyFlyersPhillyFlyers 07/06/2019 at 11:062 Comments


Version 1.0.0 is up, posted the source code and compiled binaries. 

Got 5.0" and 7.0" both working, I will update the build docs soon to reflect the two resistor changes needed for the 7.0" backlight voltage..

but for now it's all good, and I will keep testing and running version 1.0.0, and of course keep updating (and making new versions) to make the GUIs better, etc, but for now, this should be a good starting point.

I will also make a 'user's guide' soon to show how to use menus, etc, and update the build instructions a bit more to show exactly the difference in mounting 5.0" vs 7.0" ,etc, plus more pictures...


PhillyFlyers wrote 07/12/2019 at 17:23 point

I had thought about that, but honestly I wouldn't have the time to do that... I'm sure there are ways to set that up with some pcb houses?  I have no experience with how to do that though..

This really has always been a DIY type thing, I know the soldering is not easy, definitely helps to at least have a bench magnifier to do the STM32 chip...

but, you can look into these pcb houses in china that offer assembly services?

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Rob K wrote 07/11/2019 at 20:51 point

This is such a great project.  Any plans to offer the boards pre-assembled and flashed?

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