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LCD-OLinuXino-7 is OSHW certified Open Source Hardware with UID BG000054
A 7-inch LCD display, compatible with Olimex Linux-enabled development boards which have either 0.1" or 0.05" or ribbon cable 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
- Available with 800x480 resoltion except for the CTS versions that come with 1024x600 pixel IPS display
- Resistive or capacitive 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
- LCD selection guide
- LCD-OLinuXino-7, 7TS, 7RTS: display datasheet
- LCD-OLinuXino-7CTS: display datasheet and touch sensor datasheet
- LCD-OLinuXino European Declaration of Conformity
- LCD-OLinuXino UKCA Declaration of Conformity
Which boards can be used with LCD-OLinuXino-7?
Olimex-made Linux boards that carry the OLinuXino or SOM name and have an LCD connector would work with the LCD-OLinuXino-7. Unlike the previous iteration of displays, the LCD-OLinuXino-7 has three connectors on it's back: 0.1'' step connector, 0.05'' step connector, flat ribbon cable connector. This allows the easy connection of boards with big LCD connector and also of boards with small LCD connector (like the LIME boards) and also boards with ribbon connector (like A33). You only need a single cable with the same step on both sides to connect between the LCD and the board.
I bought LCD-OLinuXino-7, a fitting cable, and prepared a card with Olimage, connected everything to the Olimex-made Linux board but when I apply power the setup I get no image on the display. What do I do wrong?
The default Olimage Linux image is not set for LCD video output. Use another way to access the Linux (USB-serial cable is the best idea) and then execute the configuration script "olinuxino-display". Detailed information might be found at Olimage user guide that can be found at our GitHub pages.
I bought LCD-OLinuXino-7CTS to use with my Olimex A20 board. I ran the proper script but the touch is not working. What is wrong?
The A20 boards are configured to work with resistive touchscreen that uses analog interface. You need to change the hardware configuraiton for the touchscreen to make your board with LCD-OLinuXino-7CTS. Usually you'd need to change the position of a resistor matrix. This requires some soldering experience. Details depend on different boards, refer to the schematic around the LCD connector of your board to figure it out.