LCD-OLinuXino-7

LCD-OLinuXino-7 - Open Source Hardware Board
LCD-OLinuXino-7 - Open Source Hardware Board LCD-OLinuXino-7 - Open Source Hardware Board
7-inch LCD display suitable for Olimex Allwinner boards

Select Product Variant

  • LCD-OLinuXino-7
  • LCD-OLinuXino-7CTS
  • LCD-OLinuXino-7RTS
  • LCD-OLinuXino-7TS
Price38.00 EUR
10 - 49 pcs36.10 EUR
50 - 10000 pcs34.20 EUR
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LCD-OLinuXino-7 is OSHW certified Open Source Hardware with UID BG000054

A 7" LCD display, compatible with Olimex A10, A13, A10s, A20, A33, A64 Allwinner development boards which have either 0.1" or 0.05" or flat ribbon LCD connector. Suitable for Linux and Android video output. There are different variants of this display:

  • LCD-OLinuXino-7 is a 800x480 pixel LCD display compatible with  A10, A13, A20, A33, and A64 OLinuXino boards
  • LCD-OLinuXino-7TS is a 800x480 pixel LCD and has a resistive touch panel compatible with A10, A13, A20 boards
  • LCD-OLinuXino-7RTS is a plug and play autodetect auto config 480x800 pixel LCD and has resstive touch panel compatible with A33, A64 designs out-of-the-box and with A10, A20 when digital interface is enabled 
  • LCD-OLinuXino-7CTS is plug and play autodetect auto config 1024x600 pixel IPS LCD and has capacitive touch panel compatible with A33, A64 designs out-of-the-box and with A10, A20 when digital interface is enabled

FEATURES

  • Available with 800x480 resoltion except for the CTS versions that come with 1024x600 pixel IPS display
  • Backlight
  • Resistive or capactivie touch screen depending on the version
  • Powering via main board or via power jack
  • Four interface connectors for full compatiblity with Olimex Linux boards: 2 x 40-pin 0.1" pitch; 1 x 40-pin 0.05" pitch; 1 x flat ribbon
  • FR-4, 1.5 mm, red soldermask, component print
  • Note that the cable to connect to your board is sold separately

DOCUMENTS

SOFTWARE

  • Refer to the LCD selection guide in DOCUMENTS

FAQ

  • I bought I bought LCD7-OLinuXino-7 but when I connect it to the A20-OLinuXino I receive no image on the display. What do I do wrong?
  • The default A20-OLinuXino image is set for a HDMI video output. In order to use LCD with A20-OLinuXino you need to set proper video output settings. These differ between different display versions and software used but if using latest images please refer to this wiki article: https://www.olimex.com/wiki/ArmbianHowTo#Selecting_video_output
  • I bought LCD-OLinuXino-7 and the SD card that has Linux image written on it. However the resolution I see on my VGA/LCD is not correct. What am I missing?
  • You might need to change default video output settings. In latest Ubuntu images you would need to interrupt the boot and enter commands in u-boot via serial-UART debug cable or HDMI. The commands can be seen here: https://www.olimex.com/wiki/ArmbianHowTo#Selecting_video_output