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{{FAQ|Why can not the LCD be used normally when using the official image provided by the Raspberry Pi?
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|The LCD must have a driver installed for normal use. For details, please refer to the relevant introduction in the user manual.}}
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{{FAQ|Why can not the LCD be used normally when using the Raspberry Pi image provided by waveshare?
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|Since the Raspberry Pi image and version are frequently updated, if you encounter a situation where the LCD cannot be used normally, please download the latest version of the image provided by us or from the official website of Raspberry Pi and install the latest driver provided by us.
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*Make sure the hardware connection is correct and the contact is good.
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*Make sure that TF card programming is normal.
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*When the Raspberry Pi starts normally, the PWR light is always on, and the ACT light is flashing. If it is found that both lights are always on, it may be that the TF card is not successfully programmed to the image or the TF card is in poor contact with the Raspberry Pi.
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*It is recommended to use a 5V 2.5A power adapter for the Raspberry Pi. If the Raspberry Pi is powered by the USB port of the PC, the Raspberry Pi may not be able to start normally due to an insufficient power supply.}}
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{{FAQ|What is the operating temperature of the 3.5inch RPi LCD (C)?
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|Commercial grade (0~70 degrees Celsius).}}
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{{FAQ|What are the power requirements?
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|When working with 5V input, the current is about 200mA.}}
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Latest revision as of 09:39, 23 June 2022

 Answer:
The LCD must have a driver installed for normal use. For details, please refer to the relevant introduction in the user manual.
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 Answer:
Since the Raspberry Pi image and version are frequently updated, if you encounter a situation where the LCD cannot be used normally, please download the latest version of the image provided by us or from the official website of Raspberry Pi and install the latest driver provided by us.
  • Make sure the hardware connection is correct and the contact is good.
  • Make sure that TF card programming is normal.
  • When the Raspberry Pi starts normally, the PWR light is always on, and the ACT light is flashing. If it is found that both lights are always on, it may be that the TF card is not successfully programmed to the image or the TF card is in poor contact with the Raspberry Pi.
  • It is recommended to use a 5V 2.5A power adapter for the Raspberry Pi. If the Raspberry Pi is powered by the USB port of the PC, the Raspberry Pi may not be able to start normally due to an insufficient power supply.
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 Answer:
Commercial grade (0~70 degrees Celsius).
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 Answer:
When working with 5V input, the current is about 200mA.
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