Create your own infotainment system with a wide view angle IPS screen of 10" and high resolution
Create a nice audio/video display with a 10.1" IPS screen with HDMI stereo speaker support.
This screen would be great for video where it offers a bright 10.1" TFT display and a high resolution. The best is the great angle-visibility offered by the IPS technology!
This screen would be a great option for computer based projects as it is the thinnest, brightest, highest resolution display found for 10" diagonal. This "raw" display with mounting pad can be used to create a tablet or ultra flat solution.
The kit includes a driver board supporting various entries like HDMI, VGA, composites (NTSC/PAL) together with stereo output for 4 ohm (3W) speakers. The board auto-detect which input is used and automatically switch to it -OR- you can also use the OSD menu to select it manually. Putting it to work is fairly easy - simply connect the power supply (9 to 12VDC, 2.1mm jack center-positive) before connecting the video source to one of the ports. Don't forget to connect the speaker s to the SPK output pins... TaDaaa we have a gorgeous display!
The kit also includes an extra button board to activate the On Screen Display giving access to configuration like brightness, color and contrast. It also includes the plug-in cable to connect to the 4 pins of speaker output (labeled LOUT+/- and ROUT+/-) solder them to your own speakers.
Please note that it will not work with a device that only outputs DVI (you will need a DVI to HDMI converter), it will not work either with SECAM. Not HDCP compatible - it cannot be used with 'secured' HDMI sources.
The display, the control board and some cables.
The power adapter and speakers ARE NOT included, stand, Raspberry-Pi and other items are not included.
You will need a 9V or 12VDC adapter (also available on this shop)
Configure it for the Raspberry-Pi
This screen has been tested with a Raspberry Pi but will also work when connected to any HDMI, VGA or NTSC/PAL device.
IF the resolution is not auto-detected properly THEN you can edit your "config.txt" file to set the HDMI to 1280x800.
# All overscan_xxx are commented
# framebuffer_width and framebuffer_height are under comment
# uncomment to force a specific
# HDMI mode Group 2 and Mode 28 is 1280x800 @ 60hz
- Datasheet for Driver
- Datasheet for Button panel
- Power with 9-12VDC
- 16:10 display ratio
- Resolution: 1280 x 800 pixels
- Visible area: 217mm x 135mm
- Brightness: 350cd/m2
- Contrast: 800:1
- Shipped with a an HSD101PWW1 display, or equivalent
- Display size: 230mm x 150 x 5.2 mm
- Not HDCP compatible - it cannot be used with 'secured' HDMI sources
- Weight: 165gr for screen + 82gr of components
- 7V: 660mA
- 8V: 575mA
- 9V: 515mA
- 10V: 450mA
- 11V: 415mA
- 12V: 380mA