|Standing screen display size||7 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||800x400|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||100 years|
Raspberry Pi 7" Touch Screen Display
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- This 7" Touchscreen display for the Raspberry Pi is perfect for creating portable and embedded projects where a keyboard and Mouse would be in the way.
- The full color display outputs up to 800 x 480 and features a capacitive touch sensing capable of detecting 10 fingers.
- Only two connections from the Pi TO the Display are necessary; power from GPIO (or USB) connection to the DSI port. The adapter board handles power, Signal conversion, and touch input conversion.
- Kit contents: 7" Touchscreen display adapter board DSI ribbon cable 4 x stand-offs and screws 4 x jumper wires
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Kit contents: 7” Touchscreen display adapter board dsi ribbon cable 4 x stand-offs and screws 4 x jumper wires technical Specifications 7” Touchscreen display. Screen Dimensions: 194mm x 110mm x 20mm (including standoffs) viewable screen size: 155mm x 86mm Screen resolution 800 x 480 pixels 10 finger capacitive touch Connects to the Raspberry Pi board Using a ribbon cable connected to the dsi port. Adapter board is used to power the display and convert the parallel signals from the display to the serial (dsi) port on the Raspberry Pi. Latest version of Raspbian OS required to operate correctly. Note: The display works with all existing Raspberry Pi models, however the mounting holes only Line up with the newer board design of the a+, b+ and Pi 2.
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This is just the raw screen and connection components, so make sure you pick up or print a enclosure for it. Enclosure / LCD housing was also printed. Pics of my setup with the screen below.
And ignore the complains about an inverted image, it's not inverted with:
Case for the Official Raspberry Pi 7" Touchscreen Display - Adjustable angle
And if it IS inverted on your particular mounting solution, it's a simple one-line edit to fix. Google "raspberry pi invert display" (first search result for me, YMMV.)
The display is bright and clear. The touch interface works just fine with Chromium in the Raspbian Jessie / PIXEL distro I'm using. And the default font settings is easily readable, in spite of my eyes which are old enough to have played games on an Atari VCS when it came out in the 70s. I'm very happy with this display.
Since there were no assembly instructions included I headed to Google for a search. I found a youtube video explaining how to connect everything. Very simple assembly indeed. I thought that was all I had to do but I was wrong. I powered it on but alas, no display. Further Google research led me to a couple of very important steps that I'm sure most of the bad reviewers are skipping. After connecting the display YOU MUST PERFORM AN UPDATE!
While your new display is assembled and connected, you must still connect the pi to a tv using the HDMI port to perform an update. Once it boots and you are at your command prompt you must execute the following commands in this order. Let each one run to completion before executing the next command. Each command might take 10 minutes or more to finish. After you execute the last command to reboot, you can then disconnect your HDMI cable and your display will function.
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
1. sudo nano /boot/config.txt
2. add the line
3. Save it
The one caveat is with the ribbon cable. The blue color on the ends goes toward the black clip connector when you insert it (no, those black connectors aren't supposed to come all the way out...don't break them). After you insert the ribbon cable in the slot, you press the black plastic clips back in as to wedge the ribbon cable in its place.
the display is cheaply made and can be easily broken while trying to get it in the case. also if you handle it without a case it is easy to cause a separation in the display. The cable is hard to tell which way it plugs in to the boards. they only give you 4 hook up wires and there are five pins on the board. luckily you don't need these if you are connecting through the flat cable and using the usb connector for power. The display is fairly good but the drivers (yes I did do the update) only let you use about 75% of the actual display area. I even tried adjusting some of the display settings to see if I could improve on it with no luck. So really it is only about a 6" display and that is being generous. Over all it does work and is good picture quality. Though I am going to have to go back to using a bigger display as I just need to display to many things at once for this display.
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The resolution is 800 x 480.
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