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Kuman 7" TFT LCD Capacitive Touch Screen HDMI 800*480 for Raspberry Pi 3 2 Model B, RPi 1 B+ A BB BLACK PC SC7B

TFT LCD Module, Various OS
Item Code: SC7B
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  • Description
Key Features:
● Capacitive touch control and has vertical and horizontal image flip function. Image 4:3 / 16:9 display format conversion.
● Operating voltage: 12V 1A power supply current requirements within the above 2A, On board 400mA DC-DC Boost regulator to provide power supply to LCD backlight.
● Support 864 x 480 x 24bit graphics content through SSD1963 controller .It also equips parallel MCU interfaces in different bus width to receive graphics data and command from MCU. Its display interface supports common RAM-less LCD driver of color depth up to 24 bit-perpixel. Warning: All data port voltage can not exceed 3.6V.
● You can use multiple OSD operation commands or potentiometer to adjust the brightness and color.
● Supports BB Black, comes with related images like:Angstrom. and also Supports Banana Pi/Banana Pro,comes with related images like:Lubuntu, Raspbian.We provided CD disk with related driver and souce code to you, If you are unsure about any of the technical issues.please contact us Freely.

● LCD Size : 7.0inch (Diagonal)
● Driver Element : A-Si TFT active matrix
● Display mode : Normally White ,Transmissive
● High Resolution: 1152,000 Dots (800 x 3(RGB) x 480)
● SSD1963 touch panel controller
● Dot pitch : 0.0642(W) X 0.1790(H)mm
● Active Area : 154.08(w)X 85.92(H)
● Module Size : 164.9(w)X100.0(H)x5.7(D)mm
● Surface Treatment : Anti-glare
● Color arrangement : RGB-Stripe
● Interface: Digital
● Blacklight : Highlighted LED lamp backlighting
● TFT Power(pin Name: 3.3V): The power of the screen is 2.8-3.3V; not use 5V, all the Pin's voltage on the module
● Can not be more than 3.3V.
● Backlight power supply (pin Name: 5V): backlight power range is 4.5-7V.
● Interface Type: 16 parallel
● Operating Temperature : -20 ~ +70 degrees centigrade
● Storage Temperature : -30 ~ +80 degrees centigrade

Packing List:
● 7inch HDMI LCD (B) x 1
● HDMI cable x 1
● USB type A plug to micro B plug cable x 1
● RPi screws pack (4pcs) x 1
● DVD × 1

1.Please note Supported update Raspberry Pi 3 2 and RPi 1 Model B B+ BB BLACK supported
2.Power Supply is NOT included.for PI ,do not require power supply
3.There is a sticker on the LCD screen. Please peel off before use.

SC7B 7 inch HDMI LCD(B) Using standard HID protocol, so that you can migrate its to your own systems
With the use of Pi Raspberry, support Raspbian、Ubuntu、Windows 10 IoT Single-Touch, Free drive.
When used as a computer monitor, support 10 / 8.1 / 8 / 7, Five point touch, Free drive

Customer Reviews
Recent Reviews
  • ByAndoni Igarategui Balda
  • Aug 15, 2017
No es sólo para usted Pis, que podría ser utilizado en cualquier sistema HDMI. Lo enchufé en t mi Win 10 portátil tan pronto como lo tengo para comprobar que se estaba ejecutando. Windows 10 reconoció inmediatamente que incluía las capacidades táctiles de esta pantalla

  • Byjulian tabernero gasco
  • Aug 15, 2017
Aunque me lleva algún tiempo para instalarlo, pero finalmente funciona muy bien. Se puede utilizar con mi frambuesa, y también es un buen monitor de cable HDMI remoto.

  • ByAlex Mourer
  • Jun 01, 2017
I am using this touchscreen to build a whole home audio system. I worried that the screen wouldn't be as responsive as other devices that I have but I am not disappointed.

The product arrived in well protected packaging with no damage.
Easily accessible mounting holes.
Raspberry Pi recognized this device upon boot and worked as hoped.

Only negative is that you must double press to open things. I believe this is a Raspberry Pi flaw and not a flaw for the screen. I'm sure it's fixable by writing a script to face a double tap.

  • Bynmuwildcat
  • Jun 01, 2017
Using it as the primary display for setting up Raspberry Pi 3 projects. Read the instructions for setting up screen resolution is my only noob tip.

I would probably go for a higher resolution one if building a pitop type device.

Bonus it worked well as a touch screen device for my laptop also. I used my laptop as the power source once, and discovered this