5 inch LCD HDMI Touch Screen Display for Raspberry Pi 3

5 inch LCD HDMI Touch Screen Display for Raspberry Pi 3 Australia
5 inch LCD HDMI Touch Screen Display for Raspberry Pi 3 Australia 5 inch LCD HDMI Touch Screen Display for Raspberry Pi 3 Australia
Product ID: LB-LR0120

$45.00

We have 40 units of the 5 inch LCD HDMI Touch Screen Display for Raspberry Pi 3 in stock at our Sydney warehouse.

If ordered before 2pm, this part would be delivered on or before Monday, Nov 19 to most parts of Australia.

We can get a further 1000 units.
If you order today we can dispatch this stock between Wednesday, Nov 28 and Monday, Dec 03 2018.

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Description

This 5 inch HDMI TFT LCD touch screen is special designed for Raspberry Pi and is compatible with the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B


Features:

  • 800×480 resolution, support for touch control
  • Can be plugged directly into any version of Raspberry Pi (only except the first generation Pi model B which requires an HDMI cable.)
  • Support any Raspberry Pi OS, Ubuntu, LinuxMint, Win 10 IOT and any more
  • Universal HDMI connection means you can use it with other HDMI compatible devices
  • When used as just a display, you do not need to use the GPIOs

Specifications:

  • Power: 5V Power via GPIO from Raspberry pi
  • Display Type: 5 inch TFT LCD
  • Resolution: 800x480
  • Touchscreen: SPI Via Raspberry pi
  • Dimensions: 120mm x 74mm x 7mm
  • Weight without package: 125g
  • Weight with package: 145g


Note: Raspberry Pi is not included.

Package includes:

1 x 5inch HDMI LCD module
1 x HDMI connector
1 x Touch pen
1 x RPi screws pack (4pcs)

5 inch LCD HDMI Touch Screen Display for Raspberry Pi 3 is listed in:
5 inch LCD HDMI Touch Screen Display for Raspberry Pi 3 Guides
5-Inch Touch Screen Display with Raspberry Pi

The 5 inch LCD HDMI Display for Raspberry Pi 3  supports 800x480 resolution and has touch screen control capabilities. But it requires a few modifications before it can be used. 

In this guide, we will show you how to attach it to the Pi, then get it up and running quickly!

Some examples of what you could build with it includes a Raspberry Pi tablet, handheld game console or a digital photo frame.