4.3” Nextion Intelligent Series HMI Touch Display with enclosure

$52.90$59.90

NX4827P043-011C-Y is a Nextion Intelligent series 4.3” capacitive HMI touchscreen with enclosure and SKU is 6920075776515

NX4827P043-011R-Y is a Nextion Intelligent series 4.3” resistive HMI touchscreen with enclosure and SKU is 6920075776492

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Hardware Features

  • 4.3” LCD-TFT HMI display module
  • 480 x 272 screen resolution
  • RGB 65K true-to-life colours
  • Capacitive or Resistive touch panel
  • 300 nit Brightness
  • Onboard 200MHz MCU
  • 512 KB of SRAM
  • 128 MB of Flash memory
  • 1024 Byte EEPROM
  • XH2.54 4 Pins (+5V, TX, RX, GND) TTL serial interface
  • 1.25T-2-2A Audio port for external speaker connection
  • 8 Digital extended GPIO
  • (IO0-IO7 support input, output and component binding event, IO6-IO7 support PWM)
  • Built-in RTC support

Nextion Editor

Nextion Editor overview

Nextion Editor is a free human-machine interface (HMI) GUI development software for Nextion Basic Series, Enhanced Series, and Intelligent Series. The software offers an easy way to create an intuitive and superb touch user interface even for beginners. Add a static picture as a background, define functions by components, you can make a simple GUI in minutes. The easy Drag-and-Drop components and simple ASCII text-based instructions will dramatically reduce your HMI project development workloads and develop projects rapidly in a cost-effective way. The Nextion product is the best balance HMI solution between cost and benefit with a low and decreased learning curve.

Versatile Character Encoding

With several character encoding, you are able to create the HMI project in your language characters and strings.

  • UTF-8
  • ASCII
  • GB2321
  • ISO8859-1 to ISO8859-15
  • Windows-874/1255/1256/1257/1258
  • Shift-jis
  • Ks_c_5601-1987,etc.

 25+ Amazing WYSIWYG Components

Easy-to-use components to customized GUI at screen side allow you to develop projects rapidly in a cost-effective way
1. Text   2. Scrolling text   3. Number 4. xfloat   5. Button
6. Progress bar 7. Picture  8. Crop 9. Hotspot  10. Gauge
11. Waveform 12. Slider  13. Timer .........

Free Simulator Debug

Debug the HMI project at any time even without the Nextion Display. The instruction input area allows you to send any Nextion commands to check the feedback and interactions.

Fonts and Text styling

The font creator allows you to generate the specific fonts applied in each component value or text attribute.
e.g.
Generate the font of "Arial" with Height "24" and Encoding "UTF-8"


Play Multi-Media resource in Your HMI project

Easily add Audio, Video, and Animation resources to your HMI project. Control the status and looping by editing these resources attribute, The vivid and intuitive HMI interface is produced.


Text-based Instruction Set

Simple ASCII text based instructions will dramatically reduce your HMI project development workloads
e.g.
The value attribute of the Number Component n0 was assigned 26

Nextion Operational Commands

The operational commands allow users to programing the HMI interactions by coding in Events windows
e.g.
An example of "Page" command is to change the page to page specified, input the "Page Component" in the go-back button component Touch Release Event window, whenever the go-back button is touched, The page named Component will be displayed.

Support Simple Assignment Operators

To handle the calculation and assignment for the text and Numeric data, the simple assignment operators help.
e.g.
Text Subtraction “-=” will remove the right side (a specified numeric amount of characters to remove) from the end of left side and the result placed in the left side.
The backspace Button component with the code of "t0.txt-=1 " in the Touch Release Event window.

Component Attribute Setting

The component attribute setting gives you the options to design all the aspects of the component that you need.
e.g.
You can change the attribute setting of variable scope from Global to Local for t0 Text component.



NX4827P043-011C-Y Certification and Documents

NX4827P043-011R-Y Certification and Documents

Nextion Technical Support

Additional information

Weight 125 g
Dimensions 120 × 75 mm
Display Size

4.3″

Resolution

480*272

Touch Panel

RTP/CTP

MCU

200 MHz

Flash

128 MB

SRAM

512KB

EEPROM

1024 Byte

GPIOs

8, IO0-IO7 support input, output and component binding event, IO6-IO7 support PWM

RTC

Yes (CR1220)

Input Power

DC 5V 1A

USART Port

XH2.54 4P

Storage Temperature

-30 ~ 85 °C

Working Temperature

-20 ~ 70 °C

Nextion Editor Components

Text, Scrolling Text, Number, Xfloat, Button, Progress Bar, Picture, Crop, Hotspot, TouchCap, Gauge, Waveform, Slider, Timer, Variable, Dual-state Button, Checkbox, Radio, QRcode, Switch, ComboBox, TestSelect, SLText, DataRecord, FileStream, Gmov, Video, Audio, ExPicture

Component Opaqueness

Yes

Loading Effect

Yes

Animation

Yes

Video

Yes

Audio

Yes

Character Encoding

ascii, utf-8, iso-8859-1~15, gb2312, ks_c_5601-1987, big5, windows-874/1255/1256/1257/1258, koi8-r, shift-jis

Anti-aliasing font

Yes

Product Dimensions

https://cdn.nextion.tech/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/NX4827P043-011X-Y-Dimension.pdf

Customer Reviews

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Dr. Peter C. Lind
Very Nice

I like Nextion HMIs very much. They are inexpensive and easy to use.

I have worked with the 2.4" Basic Series model, the 4.3" Intelligent Series model, and now the Discovery Series HMI built into the Sonoff NSPanel. I like that a consistent design has been used on the different sizes and series. I plan to use this brand of HMI in many of my future projects.

As for the '4.3" Nextion Intelligent Series HMI Touch Display with enclosure' specifically, I bought this unit expressly for two reasons: 1. Having the HMI already installed in an enclosure makes it easy to deploy (i.e. mount on a wall) without having to buy or 3D-print a suitable enclosure. 2. The Intelligent Series is capable of sound output (e.g. WAV files) via a speaker (which is built into the enclosure). Both of these features were selling points for me.

After finding out that the pre-existing wiring that I was using to communicate with the HMI was causing data corruption, I decided to build a "wireless" HMI using an ESP8266 (Wemos D1 Mini). Luckily, the HMI enclosure was easily openable, and there was enough empty space inside that I was able to mount the D1 Mini board on the back panel of the enclosure and then connect the HMI's power and data lines to the D1 Mini. After a little bit of extra programming effort, the improvised device was working very well, and I have decided to use this design for all of the HMIs in my establishment. I love it that I was able to retrofit an IoT microcontroller into this device. (And, after all of that work, I discovered the new Sonoff NSPanel, which is essentially a more professional version of this, with an ESP32 microcontroller driving a Nextion HMI as a wall-mounted IoT control panel.)

If I have anything negative to say about this particular unit, I find that the included mounting brackets and enclosure mountpoints are klunky and cumbersome. I wanted to mount the HMI on a wall, and was unable to do so without creating a 3D-printed mounting plate. In future, I would hope to see more / better mounting options for this model.

All in all, I think these HMIs are wonderful, and it has been a pleasure to use them in my automation projects.

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Serafin Valentin tovar

Las pantallas en relación calidad precio estan muy bien

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Robert D'cruz
Impressive for the cost

Together with the Nextion GUI editor it i possible to come up with a very good display quickly.
The project I had in mind came togther reasonably quickly once I took the time to undertsand how eack object can be used.
Display is very clear and bright and the capacitive touch response is spot on and easy to use.
A few points that could be improved on:-
The RTC needs a coin cell, suprised this was not included.
The editor could do with a few basic tools also, ontop of the more complex ones, like line, rectangle circle etc. You can draw these in code, but if using a GUI editor you what to be able to place all commonets in the one environment.
Possibility for code re-use would be handy, i.e. support for a function, procedure, subroutine concept, to be able to call the same code from multiple places, instead it is purely event driven and code has to be repeated. But principle is the complex code should be handled by the MCU, this is only a display and does it very well.
Would definitly use these again.

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Lawrence Sim
Lack of examples to test the Intelligent series

The Intelligent series HMI which I bought is basically good. However I was looking up the library for some quick HMI and TFT files to test the product. Unfortunately the library is pretty old and not updated. The examples were for the earlier series dating back many years ago. It would be nice if the library include some update examples for the later series, so customers like me can jump it quickly to test out the HMI Display.

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Harold Toro
Nextion 4.4 Intelligent

Excellent product, I love the possibility of plays music and videos,

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Rich Colvin
Nice But ...

I like the case, but I think the way it would attach to a 3D printed box would be very complicated given the parts supplied. When I removed the HMI from the case, it was different in that the corners had been trimmed off. This required quite a few machinations to get it to be held in the box I already had.

The display worked admirably though. Lived up to my expectations.

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