IUNIKER Raspberry Pi 2 Model B Quad Core for Raspberry Pi 3 5-Inch 800 x 480 Pixel HDMI Input Resistive Touch Screen Pi Screen with Stand Case
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- Support Raspberry Pi 2 B+
- Provides much better touch response, larger viewing angle
- With a Customized shell make your pi / Bpi / BB to be a really Integrated Computer
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|Display Resolution Maximum||—||1920*1080||1024*600 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels||1920x1080 pixels|
|Screen Size||5 in||10.1 in||7 in||32 in||21.5 in|
|Item Dimensions||2.36 x 5.51 x 1.57 in||0.98 x 11.34 x 7.28 in||2.56 x 7.44 x 5.31 in||8.1 x 28.6 x 19.4 in||15.8 x 5.9 x 19.6 in|
|Item Weight||4.23 ounces||1.33 lbs||1.09 lbs||14.3 lbs||6.6 lbs|
NOTE!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Please burn the image to your Micro SD card before use(Capacity more than 8GB)
5 inch LCD Screen Driver and Documents : https://s3.amazonaws.com/rpi2/rpi+screen/5inlcddriverandfiles.rar
-Resolution:800 x 480 px;
-Screen Type: Resistive screen;
-With backlight control switch;
-Working Voltage/Current: DC 5V / 2A;
-It's suitable for Raspberry pi series;
-pcduino or Cubieboard etc.(but the touch function is unavailable);
-You can donw offical firmware and drivers from us to use it;
-And you can use integrated firmware to use it.(the firmware with driver,is very easy. refer to url);
1 x LCD module(with install screws)
1 x HDMI connector
1 x Touch pen
1 x 5 inch Screen Stand Case
If it has huge blocks of black on the screen,please read 5inch HDMI-FAQ.pdf (Please download it from : https://s3.amazonaws.com/rpi2/rpi+screen/5inlcddriverandfiles.rar)
Please be noted:Raspberry Pi is not Included
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I've also provided some pictures to help. The pictures of the product on this listing helped me a lot too.
As soon as you order this, you should download the rar provided in the FAQ and make sure you have a micro SD card that is at least 8GB big. You will also need the Raspberry Pi 2 of course. While waiting, you'll need to mount the img file in the rar on the SD card, that will be about 20 minutes or so. You'll also want to make sure you've got a plug to USB connector and a USB to micro USB cord.
When you get it, you'll notice it comes with no instructions, just some plastic pieces and some screws of varying kinds. Firstly, you'll notice you have four metal spacers with matching small nuts. You'll also notice they fit the four screws that stick out of the LCD board. As fun as that is, you'll only need to do one of them - on the top right of the board. Screw the spacer on the top right of the board, put the screw on the other side of the spacer on the top right hole of the raspberry pi 2, and use one of the small nuts to keep it attached. Then, put the U HDMI connector so it goes on both HDMI ports. Put the micro SD card with the image mounted in the Raspberry pi's micro SD slot. You'll notice you have some hardware that is plastic - take the plastic spacers and plastic nuts and put them through the remaining three holes on the Raspberry Pi, using the nuts to keep them held on. Place all the hardware into the case, pressing carefully to make sure the LCD screen is pushed through the hole all the way. Take the plastic piece with the two longer screws, and line up the screw holes - neither way you position it will match the board, but that part's purpose is to hold the LCD board against the case. Finally, put the back on, using the plastic screws to go through the three holes to the three plastic spacers you put on the Raspberry Pi. You'll need to remove these plastic screws to get at the SD card again, so be gentle so you don't strip the screws.
The display works flawlessly with the weezy distribution the manufacturer has you download. Unfortunately I needed Python 2.7.9 so I need it to run with Jessie. That was also pretty easy to get going once I found the info. You'll find what you need at the bottom of the thread at https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=105755. Basically the display works without changing anything except that it only shows up as 640 x 480 and you get a white line on the right side of the screen. The touch screen has to be totally setup. Jessie has the support for both, you just need the right entries in /boot/config.txt. Make sure you have the following in that file:
hdmi_cvt=800 480 60 6
dtoverlay=ads7846, cs=1 speed=50000 penirq=25, penirq_pull=2, swapxy=0, xmin=200, ymin=200, xmax=3900, ymax=3900, pmin=0, pmax=155, xohms=150
Once that's done everything will work, but the touch screen probably won't be calibrated right. You can do this by running:
sudo apt-get install xinput-calibrator evtest
from a terminal and then in X windows go to preferences and run the touch screen calibration. After that you'll have a fully supported and calibrated display in X on Jessie.
A great seller indeed. I had trouble with the calibration program as I mentioned earlier. The support person gave me a couple of things to try which did not work. Without any delay, they decided to send me a new screen. Just installed it this morning and the touch screen calibration program worked perfectly and the screen is now working just as I expected. This was all on the original Rasp Pi2 with original SD disk. I'd buy from this seller again anytime. Great support!
Anyone want to join a discussion of these displays on the https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums forums?
I'm also trying to figure out which I/O lines this uses, to see what I have left available.
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