3.5 inch HDMI LCD

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Raspberry Pi 3.5 inch HDMI LCD
Raspberry Pi 3.5 inch HDMI LCD sku:467017


Raspberry Pi 3.5 inch HDMI LCD sku:467017
Raspberry Pi 3.5 inch HDMI LCD sku:467017

Overview

Raspberry Pi 3.5 inch HDMI Touch LCD 480x320@60fps

Features

  • Resistive touch screen
  • IPS wide viewing angle display
  • Designed for Raspberry Pi, easy to use
  • Compatible with any version of Raspberry Pi (PS: As we know, the position of HDMI port of PI zero w is different with Raspberry Pi 3 Model B, so you need to use another HDMI cable to connect the this LCD and Pi zero, for mini HDMI adapter you can refer to Raspberry pi zero base kit)
  • Can be used at computer WIN7/WIN10(Touch cann't work at computer but work well at Pi)
  • Driver provided ( Driver)
  • Physical resolution: 320*480
  • Adjustable resolution: 320x480 - 1920x1080 (Default value is be set to 800x480 resolution) ( Set the resolution)
  • 60Fps high speed, support playing game and playing video;
  • With OSD menu, support multi languages OSD menu, for power management, brightness/contrast adjustment, etc.
  • With headphone jack

How to install

IMG 2276-AM-Installation.jpg

Set the resolution Base Official Raspbian

For this LCD, we can adjust the display resolution;

sudo nano /boot/config.txt

max_usb_current=1
hdmi_group=2 
hdmi_mode=1 
hdmi_mode=87 
hdmi_cvt 800 480 60 6 0 0 0 

if you want to set LCD Resolution to 1024x600, you can change hdmi_cvt 800 480 60 6 0 0 0 to hdmi_cvt 1024 600 60 6 0 0 0 Then save & exit this file;


sudo reboot

Enable the Touch Function

You must install separate driver to enable touch function; Please refer to How to use LCD driver

How to Use

Driver

PIN diagram

35-HDMI-LCD-PIN-diagram.jpg

Note

Only the touch function requires GPIO, display don't use the GPIO.

Required-Pins-for-touch-function.jpg

Size

Raspberry-pi-3.5inch-hdmi-lcd-04.jpg

Matching Acrylic Case

FAQ

Question 1: Does it require gpio?

Answer: Only the touchscreen requires to be connected to the GPIO pins while the display doesn't need to. However, the display needs to be powered somehow.


Question 2: Do you need to install drivers if you just want it as a monitor without touch screen? is there any configuration needed for it to work w/ RetroPie?

Answer: You needn't install extra driver if you only want it as independent monitor without touch function, but you need to connect this LCD to desktop computer via extra HDMI cable and extra Micro USB cable, the HDMI cable transfer video and audio signal, the micro USB cable supply power to LCD;

Only support 320x480 - 1920x1080 pixel range on desktop computer;

This LCD supports retropie without touch function, we need to modify the config.txt file as following:

max_usb_current=1

hdmi_group=2

hdmi_mode=1

hdmi_mode=87

hdmi_cvt 800 480 60 6 0 0 0

hdmi_drive=1

Then you can use it on retropie without touch function.

By the way, this LCD supports almost all raspberry pi OS, and you need modify the config.txt file like above.

BUT besides raspbian and ubuntu, the touch function is not supported on other OS.

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