7" TFT LCD Display for Raspberry Pi & Driver Board Bundlebrand: SainSmart SKU: 101-40-106
This is a DIY LCD kit for Rapsberry Pi. Its driver board, DMI/VGA/2AV+Reversing driver board, supports automatically switch to AV2.
- Simple DIY kit, easy to install.
- Without touchcreen function
- Supports all versions of Raspberry Pi
- Only available for US shipping address
|Display Size||7 inch|
|Power Supply||5V DC|
|Supports||Raspberry Pi Raspbian, Ubuntu, Windows 10 IoT|
|Input Interfaces||HDMI, VGA, 2AV|
Shopping guide for Raspberry Pi LCD displays
|Part Number||Resolution||LCD||Panel||Use||Dimension (mm)||Touch Panel Type||Feel||Feature|
|2.8inch RPi LCD (A)||320x240||I/O||I/O||Pi||As the Pi 3B||Resistive||★★||Low cost|
|3.2inch RPi LCD (B)||320x240||I/O||I/O||Pi||As the Pi 3B||Resistive||★★||Low cost|
|3.5inch RPi LCD (A)||320x480||I/O||I/O||Pi||As the Pi 3B||Resistive||★★★||Cost effective|
|3.5inch RPi LCD (B)||320x480||I/O||I/O||Pi||As the Pi 3B||Resistive||★★★||IPS screen|
|4inch RPi LCD (A)||320x480||I/O||I/O||Pi||94 × 61||Resistive||★★★☆||IPS screen|
|5inch HDMI LCD||800x480||HDMI||I/O||Pi||121 x 78||Resistive||★★★★||Low cost|
|5inch HDMI LCD (B)||800x480||HDMI||USB||Not only Pi||121 x 76||Resistive||★★★★||Supports various systems|
|7inch HDMI LCD||1024×600||HDMI||I/O||Pi||165 × 107||Resistive||★★★★☆||IPS screen|
|7inch HDMI LCD (B)||800x480||HDMI||USB||Not only Pi||165 x 107||Capacitive||★★★★☆||Supports various systems|
|8 inch HDMI LCD||1280X800||HDMI||USB||Not only Pi||161 X 106||Capacitive||★★★★☆||IPS screen|
|9inch HDMI LCD||800x480||HDMI||I/O||Pi||235 × 144||Resistive||★★★☆||Cost effective|
|10.1inch HDMI LCD (H)||1024x600||HDMI||USB||Not only Pi||257 x 162||Capacitive||★★★★☆||Supports various systems|
WHAT'S IN THE PACKAGE
- 1x HDMI+VGA+2AV Controller Board VS-TY2662-V1
- 1x 7 inch 800* 480 LCD Panel CLAA070 without Touch Screen
- 1x USB Controller Card
Good display but needs user support documentation.
As mentioned there was no documentation with the Display. I searched Amazon and found a Tontec that had the same controller board. They had some information that was helpful. I also searched Google and found some documentation. [...] I also found a video that shows how to put it together. [...]. The power supply needed is between 5V-12V 2A max with center pin +. I found a 9V 1200mAh from an old set of speakers that works well for my display. BE SURE THE CENTER PIN IS POSITIVE!!! initially my LCD displays did not come with the small keyboards. I emailed SainSmart and they sent them to me. I use my display with my Raspberry Pi and it works great. Thanks for working with me SainSmart.