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5 Inch BeagleBone® Green LCD Cape, bbg, beaglebone, LCD,lcd cape
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This cape features a compact 5 inch LCD for Seeed Studio Beaglebone® Green or Beaglebone® Black. On size it’s a bit smaller than the 7 inch version, but it still has a graphical display at 800x480 resolution and a layer of 4-wired resistive touchscreen for user interactions. It’s very easy to set it up as you only need to attach it directly onto your Seeed Studio Beaglebone® Green/Beaglebone® Black through the 2x46 pin headers, which will provides everything the cape requires such power and display signals. Also as an alternative, you can power the cape through the built-in micro USB on the back.
Below the screen is an array of push buttons - LEFT, RIGHT, UP, DOWN and ENTER, which provides an alternative way to interact with your screen. Besides, two LEDs are used to indicate Power and User status,
This LCD cape is only compatible with Seeed Studio Beaglebone® Green and Beaglebone® Black.
Resolution up to 800 x 480
5 push buttons includes LEFT, RIGHT, UP, DOWN and ENTER
Supports WinCE / Android 4.2 by user-define driver
ULP (Ultra Low Power) consumption backlight
4x 3mm mounting holes
Built-in USB for powering
Voltage: 5V DC
Current: 110mA (Test conditions: Seeed Studio Beaglebone® Green not include)
Power: 0.55W (Test conditions: Seeed Studio Beaglebone® Green not include)
1 x 5 Inch Seeed Studio BeagleBone® Green LCD Cape with Resistive Touch
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Hello, this LCD cape is only compatible with SeeedStudio Beaglebone Green and Beaglebone Black.
You should be able to use I2C with an I2C expansion buss and three I2c motor controllers to operate 3 stepper motors. If you need to control more than three steppers you could use two expansion busses or you could try an I2C multiplexer, allowing you to use up to 8 I2C boards with the same address and only one port.
Hi Ryan, if I hadn't misunderstand your question, it's 10.1mm.