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== Introduction ==
 
== Introduction ==
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7 inch HDMI LCD (C)(1024 x 600)
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7" HDMI IPS Capacitive Touch Screen for Raspberry Pi 3 Model B / 2B/  B+ / B , for beaglebone black and banana pro.
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== Features ==
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Features:
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* 1024*600 (Pixel), IPS screeen; Full view;
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* Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3 Model B/ 2B/ B+ (Provide full image or separate driver);
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* For Raspberry Pi, you can run Raspbian and Ubuntu(only provide the image for Pi 3B/2B);
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* Compatible with BeagleBone Black and Banana Pi/Pro;(Provide a full image)
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* USB touch and HDMI display don't occupy any GPIO;
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* Support win7/win8/win10, No driver;
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* No driver if you use Raspbian system, only add the following line setting in config.txt;
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'''max_usb_current=1'''
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'''hdmi_group=2'''
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'''hdmi_mode=87'''
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'''hdmi_cvt 1024 600 60 6 0 0 0'''
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'''hdmi_drive=1'''
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'''PS: we advise your copy the above comment.'''
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* Power Consumption: When use 5V power, 490mA with backlight on. 90mA with backlight off
  
7" HDMI TFT Capacitive Touch Screen for Raspberry Pi 2 / Model B / B+ / B , for beaglebone black and banana pro.
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== How to rotate this LCD?==
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modify the config.txt file according the following rules:
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display_rotate=0        #Normal
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#display_rotate=1        #90 degrees
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#display_rotate=2       #180 degrees
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#display_rotate=3        #270 degrees
  
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==How is the screen powered?==
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* This screen is powered via Raspberry Pi board USB interface. No extra separate power supply is required, working voltage is DC 5V;
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* Turn off the backlight switch: 60ma @ 5V USB input
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* Turn on the backlight switch: 260ma @ 5V USB input
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* Maximum power consumption: 550ma @ 5V USB input, make sure to stabilize output 1A to ensure adequate supply current.
  
'''New LCD version is out.'''
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== User Guide (new)==
Please refer to here to judge your LCD version.
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This method  is only suitable for Raspbian OS
  
http://www.spotpear.com/learn/EN/raspberry-pi/Raspberry-Pi-LCD/Raspberry-Pi-7inch-Capacitive-HD-LCD-UserGuide-en.html
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Please use it as follow:
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* Download the latest image on Raspberry Pi Official website:
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https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/
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* Burn the image into TF card,  and open config.txt  file in your PC computer:
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* Modify  the file config.txt; Append the following lines at the end of the file.
  
== Features ==
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'''For 7 inch HDMI LCD (C)(1024 x 600):'''
* Compatible with Raspberry Pi 2 module B/B+/A+/B
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max_usb_current=1
* For Raspberry Pi, you can run Raspbian and Ubuntu( Ubuntu can only run at Raspberry Pi 2 modle B)
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hdmi_group=2
* Compatible with BB Black and Banana Pi/Pro
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hdmi_mode=87
* Can also run Windows at your PC (Touch can't work)
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hdmi_cvt 1024 600 60 6 0 0 0
* USB touch and HDMI display don't occupy any GPIO;
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hdmi_drive=1
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* Insert the Micro SD card into Raspberry Pi board, and power on to try it.
  
== User Guide ==
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== User Guide (old)==
 
* Use the full firmware with driver for this LCD: [[Install the image to your raspberry pi]]
 
* Use the full firmware with driver for this LCD: [[Install the image to your raspberry pi]]
 
* Install driver to this LCD: [[Install driver to 7 inch Cap Lcd 1024*600|User manual]]
 
* Install driver to this LCD: [[Install driver to 7 inch Cap Lcd 1024*600|User manual]]
* Document: [http://www.spotpear.com/learn/EN/raspberry-pi/Raspberry-Pi-LCD/Judge-your-LCD-version.html]
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* New LCD version is out. Please refer to here to judge your LCD version. http://www.spotpear.com/learn/EN/raspberry-pi/Raspberry-Pi-LCD/Raspberry-Pi-7inch-Capacitive-HD-LCD-UserGuide-en.html
  
 
== Key Parameters ==
 
== Key Parameters ==
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==VGA screen resolution==
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[[VGA screen resolution]]
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== Packing List ==
 
== Packing List ==
 
*1 x Touch Screen
 
*1 x Touch Screen
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Latest revision as of 17:11, 1 September 2018


Raspberry Pi 7 inch HDMI TFT Capacitive Touch Screen 1024x600 sku:408999
Raspberry Pi 7 inch HDMI TFT Capacitive Touch Screen 1024x600 sku:408999

Introduction

7 inch HDMI LCD (C)(1024 x 600)

7" HDMI IPS Capacitive Touch Screen for Raspberry Pi 3 Model B / 2B/ B+ / B , for beaglebone black and banana pro.

Features

Features:

  • 1024*600 (Pixel), IPS screeen; Full view;
  • Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3 Model B/ 2B/ B+ (Provide full image or separate driver);
  • For Raspberry Pi, you can run Raspbian and Ubuntu(only provide the image for Pi 3B/2B);
  • Compatible with BeagleBone Black and Banana Pi/Pro;(Provide a full image)
  • USB touch and HDMI display don't occupy any GPIO;
  • Support win7/win8/win10, No driver;
  • No driver if you use Raspbian system, only add the following line setting in config.txt;
max_usb_current=1
hdmi_group=2
hdmi_mode=87
hdmi_cvt 1024 600 60 6 0 0 0
hdmi_drive=1

PS: we advise your copy the above comment.

  • Power Consumption: When use 5V power, 490mA with backlight on. 90mA with backlight off

How to rotate this LCD?

modify the config.txt file according the following rules:

display_rotate=0        #Normal
#display_rotate=1        #90 degrees
#display_rotate=2        #180 degrees
#display_rotate=3        #270 degrees

How is the screen powered?

  • This screen is powered via Raspberry Pi board USB interface. No extra separate power supply is required, working voltage is DC 5V;
  • Turn off the backlight switch: 60ma @ 5V USB input
  • Turn on the backlight switch: 260ma @ 5V USB input
  • Maximum power consumption: 550ma @ 5V USB input, make sure to stabilize output 1A to ensure adequate supply current.

User Guide (new)

This method is only suitable for Raspbian OS

Please use it as follow:

  • Download the latest image on Raspberry Pi Official website:

https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/

  • Burn the image into TF card, and open config.txt file in your PC computer:
  • Modify the file config.txt; Append the following lines at the end of the file.

For 7 inch HDMI LCD (C)(1024 x 600):

max_usb_current=1
hdmi_group=2
hdmi_mode=87
hdmi_cvt 1024 600 60 6 0 0 0
hdmi_drive=1
  • Insert the Micro SD card into Raspberry Pi board, and power on to try it.

User Guide (old)

Key Parameters

LCD Type HDMI TFT
LCD Interface USB
Touch Screen Type Capacitive
Touch Screen Controller STM32-103
Colors 65536
Backlight LED
Resolution 1024*600 (Pixel)
Aspect Ratio 4:3
SPI Diver Speed 16Mhz
Backlight Current TBD
Operating Temp. (℃) TBD

VGA screen resolution

VGA screen resolution

Packing List

  • 1 x Touch Screen
  • 1 x HDMI Cable (50cm)
  • 1 x USB Cable (80cm)
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Anonymous user #2

one month ago
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please add overal dimensions, hole pattern, lcd dimensions etc.

Anonymous user #1

10 months ago
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Add touch screen cage

Admin

10 months ago
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Hello Friend, Sorry, what do you mean by Add touch screen cage? Best regards,

Cindy