7″ Touch Screen All-In-One Kit Designed for Raspberry Pi CM4, 5MP Camera, Aluminum Case



7″ touch screen all-in-one kit Designed for Raspberry Pi CM4, 5MP camera, aluminum case
7″ touch screen all-in-one kit

Designed for Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4

* the Compute Module 4 is NOT included.
CM4 socket suitable for all variants of Compute Module 4
Networking Gigabit Ethernet RJ45
M.2 M KEY, supports NVME SSD
USB USB 2.0 × 4
Connector isolated RS485, RS232, GPIO, and I2C
Display 7inch, 800 × 480 pixels, 5-points capacitive touch, toughened glass panel
Camera 5MP, F2.4, 3.89mm fixed focal length, supports video recording
Video HDMI, supports 4K 30fps output
RTC Real-time clock with battery socket and ability to wake Compute Module 4
Storage MicroSD card socket for Compute Module 4 Lite (without eMMC) variants
Fan 5V/12V, allows speed adjustment and measurement
Speaker 8Ω 2W dual track speakers
Power input 7-36V
Dimensions 196.68 × 114.42mm
Toughened glass screen

7inch capacitive touch screen, 5-points capacitive touch
along with toughened glass panel, more safe to use

5MP front camera
Design details

Rich interfaces

providing interfaces including: CSI, HDMI, USB, M.2, ETH, RS232, RS485

Application example

suitable for Raspberry Pi projects where multi peripherals are required,
or other industrial applications

Adjustable brightness via software
What's On Board
  1. CM4 socket
    suitable for all variants of Compute Module 4
  2. DC power supply
    7 ~ 36V DC input
  3. CM4 status indicator
    PWR: Raspberry Pi power indicator
    ACT: Raspberry Pi operating status indicator
  4. HDMI connector
    supports 4K 30fps output
  5. RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet
    10/100/1000M compatible
  6. USB 2.0 ports
    4x USB 2.0, for connecting sorts of USB devices
  7. Micro SD card slot
    for connecting a Micro SD card with pre-burnt image (Lite variant ONLY)
  8. USB SLAVE port
    USB programming port
  9. BOOT selection
    ON: CM4 will be booted from USB-C interface
    OFF: CM4 will be booted from eMMC or Micro SD card
  10. MIPI CSI connector
    connected to the 5MP front camera
  11. Isolated I2C
    for controlling or reading data from devices via I2C
  12. Isolated GPIO
    for controlling or detecting devices via GPIO
  13. Isolated RS485
  14. Isolated RS232
  15. DC power supply
    7 ~ 36V DC input
  16. RS485 terminal resistor and GPIO logic level selection
    RS485: connect/disconnect the 120R resistor
    GPIO: GPIO logic level selection
  1. RTC battery holder
    supports CR1220 button cell
  2. Touch screen header
    connected to the capacitive touch screen
  3. Display connector
    connected to the 7inch 800×480 display
  4. M.2 M KEY
    supports M.2 M KEY NVME SSD, or other communication modules using PCIe channel
  5. Speaker header
    audio output
  6. FAN header
    for connecting cooling fan, allows speed adjustment and measurement
  7. RTC interruption configuration
    GL-EN: CM4 powerdown on RTC interruption
    PI-RUN: CM4 will reboot on RTC interruption
    D16: D16 pin is triggered on RTC interruption (default)
  8. System function configuration
    BT_DIS: Bluetooth disabled, for CM4 with antenna variant ONLY
    WiFi_DIS: WiFi disabled, for CM4 with antenna variant ONLY
    WP_DIS: boot mode switch, ONLY be used when NOT booted from eMMC or SD card
  9. FAN power supply selection
    select 5V (default) or 12V power to drive the fan
  10. IO-VREF selection
    set the CM4 IO logic level as 3.3V (default) or 1.8V
  11. RS485 switch
    GPIO13/12: using ttyAMA1 device (default)
    GPIO15/14: using ttyS0 device
  12. RTC/FAN I2C bus selection
    SDA0/SCL0: I2C-10 is shared with CSI/DSI
    GPIO3/2: I2C-1 is shared with 40PIN GPIO (default)
Outline dimensions
Resources & Services

* Resources for different product may vary, please check the wiki page to confirm the actually provided resources.

Comparing the expansion boards
CM4 Base BoardInterface count and specifications

      2.0×1     ×1     5V CM4 sized

  ×1   2.0×1 ×1 ×1 ×1     5V CM4 sized

      2.0×1 ×1 ×1 ×1     5V Onboard Camera

      M.2 M 2.0×1   ×1 ×1     5V Arduino compatible

mini Base A
  ×1 M.2 M 2.0×4 ×1 ×2 ×2   5V 5V mini size

mini Base B
  ×1 M.2 M 2.0×4 ×1 ×2 ×2 5V 5V mini size

mini Base C
  ×1 M.2 M 2.0×2   ×1 ×2 5V 5V Dedicated 40PIN LCD Connector

Touch screen
  ×1   M.2 M 2.0×4   ×1 ×1     5V IPS screen

Mini Dual Gigabit
  ×2   2.0×1         5V SH1.0 5V dual ETH

Binocular camera
  ×1 M.2 M 2.0×4   ×2       5V dual 8MP

4CH RS485
  ×1     2.0×2   ×1 ×2 ×1 5V 7-36V dual ETH

  ×1 M.2 E 2.0×3 ×1 ×2 ×2 ×1 5/12V 7-36V WIFI6 dual ETH

Dual Gigabit ETH
  ×2   3.0×3 ×1 ×2 ×2 5/12V 7-36V  

IoT Dual Gigabit ETH
  ×2   3.0×2 ×1 ×2 ×2 5/12V 5V 5G/4G support

IoT Base
×1   Gen2×1 2.0×2 ×2 ×2 ×2 5/12V 7-36V 5G/4G support

PoE Base (B)
×1 Gen2×1 2.0×4 ×2 ×2 ×2 5/12V 5V RS232

PoE UPS Base
×1 M.2 M 2.0×4 ×1 ×2 ×2 5/12V 7-36V UPS

PoE Base
×1   3.0×4 ×2 ×2 ×2 5/12V 7-36V  

Raspberry Pi official
×1 Gen2×1 2.0×4 ×2 ×2 ×2 12V 12V  

Wireless base
  ×1   M.2 B /
2.0×3   ×1 ×1 5/12V 5V or
5G/4G support

5″ touch screen
×1 M.2 M 2.0×4   ×1 ×2 5/12V 5V  

7″ all-in-one
  ×1   M.2 M 2.0×4 used ×1 used 5/12V
7-36V touch screen
Note ① USB 3.0 is equivalent to USB 3.2 Gen1
② There's PoE header only on the Raspberry Pi official IO board without PoE circuit, that means additional PoE module is required for the official IO board to enable PoE feature.
Unless otherwise specified, the PoE feature here stands for integrating 802.3af-compliant PoE circuit (5V/2.5A).

Quick Overview

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