Pantalla táctil de 3,5 pulgadas TFT LCD pantalla con protector caja de acrílico para Raspberry Pi 3 B+ [3 x disipador de calor de aluminio, CD con sistema instalado, lápiz capacitivo]
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- Pantalla táctil de 3,5 pulgadas, memoria, interfaz SPI para 3 B+ de Raspberry Pi, 320 * 480 resolución.
- Sistema de Match precargado traje tarjeta SD para principiantes, CD incluyen pantalla documento para un uso sencillo.
- Aluminio de alta calidad – carcasa de acrílico con 3pcs corazón fregadero. CD ofrecen detalle Instale acrílico caso, por favor reloj introducción cuidadosamente evitar móvil roto, si móvil roto, ofrecemos dos piezas móvil en el paquete.
- No necesita fuente de alimentación externa.
- Si usted necesita instalar otros sistema de operar, le sugerimos que preparar una nueva tarjeta SD.
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Diseñado para Raspberry Pi, una solución alternativa ideal para monitor Soporta cualquier revisión de Raspberry Pi (directly-pluggable) Proporciona conductor (funciona con la costumbre Raspbian directamente) 320 x 480 de resolución, una mejor visualización Soporta sistema Raspbian, permite que su sistema Teclado de software Support (interacción del sistema sin teclado/ratón) Alta calidad immers superficie de oro. Parámetros clave: LCD Interfaz: SPI Tipo de LCD: TFT Retroiluminación: LED Colores: 65536 Relación de aspecto: 8: 5 Resolución: 320 * 480 píxeles Consumo de energía: TBD Luz de fondo actual: TBD Protección móvil con 3 x disipadores de calor Modelo diseñado especialmente para Raspberry Pi 3 B; acceso a todos los controles y características Proteger y asegurar su Raspberry Pi de golpes, arañazos y polvo El paquete contiene: 1 x 3.5 pulgadas pantalla táctil LCD para Raspberry Pi 1 x Lápiz Táctil 2 x protección caja 3 x disipadores de calor 1 x 16 mm Cobre pilar Nota: Raspberry Pi modelo B de 3 no incluido.
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Segun lo que querais montar no os funcionara por la resolución que da la pantalla- aseguraros de ello.
He probado las instrucciones que lleva en el papel y funcionan, pero tienen algun error asi que fiaros mas de la captura de pantalla que del texto.
KODI parece no funcionar con esta pantalla y diria que tiene que ver con la resolución.
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This LCD screen is exactly the same size as the Raspberry Pi 3 itself. It sits firmly on top of the Pi, parallel to it, connected via the first 26 pins of the GPIO. The other end rests level on the Ethernet and USB sockets, and the remaining corner is supported by a (supplied) brass pillar, screwed onto the Pi. This gives the screen four-cornered support, to allow the (supplied) stylus - or your finger - to press on the touchscreen without it rocking or moving. It also means it can thereafter be easily pulled off and replaced, without tools. The screen kit includes a perspex case. This is one of those clip-together laser-cut cases, with five pieces, as naturally it has no lid, the LCD screen performing this function. This case is initially covered in plastic film, which I like to leave on, rather than peel off, as it gives it a cool frosted look! It has two finger slits cut-out along the top edges, to get a grip on the screen when you want to remove it.
The sequence for installation is given in the supplied instructions, and is as follows:
1. BEFORE installing the screen, start up your Pi with a normal keyboard, HDMI screen and Raspbian on a micro SD card. You will need to supply and burn Raspbian to your own microSD card.
2. Once up and running, and connected to the Internet, follow the URL given, to go to “GitHub” and download the drivers. You then follow the (easy) instructions to create a directory for the LCD-software and launch the driver. It will thereafter run the driver on startup once the screen is connected.
3. You then power down the Pi, remove the HDMI screen and connect the LCD screen, and restart.
4. That’s it!
5. There is a touch-screen calibration package that I also recommend installing, called “xinput-calibrator” which allows you to fine-tune the touch-screen positions hit with the stylus.
I did have trouble installing the first time, but the seller’s support (both from sales and technical departments) was very good and very responsive. They have complete images with the driver pre-installed on down-loadable SD-card images available to help trouble-shooting. I think in my case the trouble was mine (not the screen’s!) and re-installing everything from scratch fixed it. I have had no trouble from the screen, or the software, at all once I did that. I probably had a corrupted Raspbian image or something.
The LCD screen comes up as a small window in the top-left corner of your Rasbpian desktop of 480x320 pixels, with the entire area acting as a touch-screen, reacting to the stylus or your finger. Depending on your application, this size screen may be appropriate, or if you are running other applications, you naturally need to ensure they work with a compact screen like this. Two tips to help with this screen are:
(a) For a small screen, sometimes dialog windows are too large, and have buttons “off screen” at the bottom. Use an existing built-in Raspbian function to deal with this: hold down the ALT key on the keyboard, and use the stylus to DRAG the window UP, to move a dialogue box that is too big for the screen UP, so you can hit maybe an OK or Cancel button at the bottom of the window,
(b) For a touch screen: sometimes you need a contextual-menu (or “right-click" function) from a stylus or finger, so go here: “https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?p=790088#p798901” and follow in instructions at the bottom of the post. Then, by holding the stylus still on-screen for a second or two, the right-click menu pops up - very useful!
This screen works well and is simple to install and use. It is bright enough for normal use indoors, but not in direct sunlight outside. The touchscreen is responsive and accurate and physically it is well-designed to fit on top of the Pi. If you wish to mount it not parallel and directly on top of the Pi, you will need a short 26-way, or 40-way, male-to-female GPIO ribbon cable extension, and you will need to make your own screen mounting arrangements. But it is a plain clean rectangle in shape - it shouldn’t be difficult! …but I would drill holes in it!!
Overall, I am very pleased with this touch screen - a neat and cost-effective device that works very well.
I am using this screen very successfully as a viewfinder for a web-cam connected to the Pi running “Motion”, also attached to a floor pressure-mat alarm. This is as a monitor for dementia patients, to keep an eye on them via a wifi link. But that’s another story!
The touch screen seems pretty responsive to the stylus. The display is nice and bright. It does use the PI GPIO header so getting at the rest of the pins is difficult and the supplied case does not have any holes on that side for I/O cables to come out of. Don't expect to use this as a full desktop screen, there are just not enough pixles.
UPDATE: seller firstly tried to help (but had no way of answering him). Later on they shipped a reclacemebt unit although i did not get the chance to fullfill the return. So +2 stars for customer service
I didn't realise it came with a case too but I was more concerned with screen case for that. What I like is the screen fits perfect over the raspberry pi and looks really good once assembled.
The protective film was a little tricky to get off but not impossible, the hardest bit was the first bit of assembling the protective case its a little fiddly at first getting the screws through and into the pi but once the first bit is done really easy to finish off.
Once assembled it looks really good and sturdy, next just plug in the power and connect HDMI cable to the TV and follow the instructions for installing the correct drive for the touch screen and it's done.
I've had this a couple of days and I'm enjoying playing around with it the screen is bright and clear and the touch is very responsive which is really good.
I would definitely recommend this product for a small tablet of even using as a little retro gaming screen.