Screen Pinouts and Other info.

Discussion in 'Screens' started by Bo., Jan 28, 2016.

  1. Bo. .

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    To start this thread I will post what I have done so far.
    If you would like to submit anything feel free to post it or PM it to me.
    All information will be credited to the person who contributed it and what they contributed.
    Only have some info? Post it!

    7" TFT from ebay:
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/7-TFT-LCD-Car-R ... 485cb54cc8

    Info on it:
    "Features:
    1. 7" LED Backlight Color TFT LCD monitor.
    2. High-resolution picture.
    3. Full color LED backlight display.
    4. With 2 AV input.
    5. AV1 connects to car DVD, VCR and other video equipment.
    6. AV2 to car backup camera.
    7. Parking rearview priority: The monitor will start up automatically, and synchronously display the video from rearview camera when you're backing your car; the monitor will close itself after backing. 8. Scenes will cut to rearview camera automatically while you're backing the car and change back to the original scene after that.
    9. Screen rotatable.
    10. Screen ratio 16:9/4:3 adjustable.
    11. Brightness/contrast/color adjustable.
    12. 2 ways to install: standing or mounting.
    13. Low power consumption.
    14. No Audio input or output.
    15. Comes with an IR remote controller.

    Specifications:
    1. Screen Size:7 inch
    2. Display Component: Color TFT-LCD
    3. Number of Dots: 480W * RGB * 234H
    4. Contrast Ratio: 100:1
    5. Response Time: 30ms----10ms
    6. Video Frequency: PAL/NTSC
    7. Power Consumption: Around 8W
    8. Video: Two way video input
    9. Housing: ABS
    10. Color: Black
    11. Product Dimensions: 195*135*25mm (L*W*D)
    12. Product weight: 379g
    13. Package dimensions: 212x155x93mm
    14. Package weight: 704g

    Package Contents:
    1x 7" Car Monitor
    1x Holder
    1x Braket
    1x Video & Power Cable
    1x Remote Controller
    1x User Manual" - http://www.ebay.com/usr/etekcity

    The lowest voltage I have run this screen on is 7.5v, I will test lower...
    (5v is too low)
    Pinouts for said screen:
    [​IMG]

    Will add more later.
     
  2. Air Conditioner .

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    http://www.aliexpress.com/item/4-0-...-1&btsid=e1cfef87-2bd6-4c2a-9462-112d197e8fb5

    I'll get all the low downs for this screen posted eventually but I'm posting it now so that people looking for screens can be aware of it. It's a perfect in-between screen for 3.5" LCDs and 5" LCDs that isn't easily found. It comes in a VGA flavor too. much better than the 16:9 4.3" screens too

    I think it's also important to note that you can't just wire up tact switches to that 7" display. It's got some resistor train going to get inputs from the controller board.
     
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  4. ShockSlayer Ivan - the tyranny of evil men . .

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    Those look awesome. I need to find a VGA one that'll fit the majority of an SL-68: out.jpg
     
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    Did the that project pictured above with the split GC controller ever get finished?
     
  6. ShockSlayer Ivan - the tyranny of evil men . .

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    It morphed into the SSWiiT.
     

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