7inch LCD for Pi
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1024x600, 7inch IPS Display for Raspberry Pi, DPI interface, no Touch
- 1024x600 high resolution
- Compatible with Raspberry Pi 2B/3B/Zero/Zero W
- The TFT LCD is directly driven by Raspberry Pi DPI interface, refresh rate up to 60Hz
- Supports Raspbian, Ubuntu, OSMC, etc.
- Back light control to lower power consumption
- Compact size, suit for various projects
How to use
- 1. Connect the RGB LCD HAT to the JP1 socket on RGB 50P TO 40/50P adapter with an FFC cable (white).
- 2. Connect the FPC cable (golden) on LCD to the JP2 socket on RGB 50P TO 40/50P adapter.
- 1. Write the Raspbian, Ubuntu Mate, or OSMC system image to your micro SD card. You can download the images from Raspberry Pi web site https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/
- 2. Edit the /boot/config.txt file in the SD card and append the following lines:
- For Raspberry Pi 2B/3B/3B+/Zero/Zero W
dtoverlay=dpi24 enable_dpi_lcd=1 display_default_lcd=1 dpi_group=2 dpi_mode=87 dpi_output_format=0x6f005 hdmi_cvt 1024 600 60 6 0 0 0
- For Raspberry Pi 4 B, you need to add lines between [pi4] and [all], and remove line dtoverlay=vc4-fkms-V3D from config.txt file as below
[pi4] # Enable DRM VC4 V3D driver on top of the dispmanx display stack #dtoverlay=vc4-fkms-v3d max_framebuffers=2 dpi_timings=1024 0 0 0 88 600 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 60 0 26000000 6 [all] #dtoverlay=vc4-fkms-v3d dtoverlay=dpi24 enable_dpi_lcd=1 display_default_lcd=1 dpi_group=2 dpi_mode=87 dpi_output_format=0x6f005 hdmi_cvt 1024 600 60 6 0 0 0 disable_overscan=1
- You must make sure that there are no spaces on either side of the equal sign.
- If your system is installed from NOOBS, you have to connect your Pi to another monitor and hold down the shift key while system booting to edit the config file.
- 3. Save the file and insert the SD card into your Pi.
- 4. Turn on the backlight switch.
- 5. Power up and the LCD will display in most cases.
- Note: RGB LCD HAT is designed for many LCD types, and the VCOM voltage can be changed by fine tuning the VCOM adjustable resistor to get a proper image. Each LCD may have a slightly different VCOM voltage, in some cases, you have to adjust it to get a better image. Working outside of the range of VCOM voltage for a long time may lead to LCD damage. So please don't make the LCD work in an abnormal status more than 10 secs while adjusting the resistor.
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