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This is a new DIY kit for all makers; it is a fantastic HDMI monitor with capacitive touch screen and driver free. We added a CTP driver board and provided a capacitive touch screen to make it a whole new suite. After that, you don't need to calibrate your touch screen, and make your 7 inch display a touch screen. It's been tested on Raspberry Pi, beagle bone black, PC and Mac book. And it works well on those platforms and it is really plug and play.
It supports 1024x600 resolution and supports approximate 30fps, maximum 60fps
The capacitive touch function give the user full control over any device.
It's driver free for your device due to built-in EDID device information.
It is very easy to let the equipment correctly identified the touch screen.
The Capacitive USB touch screen can support functions of the right mouse button and drag and drop.
It can support multipoint touch, maximum 10 points. (Only test in windows 10)
The CTP driver board has two USB port type, one of them is a MicroUSB cable on the right side.
(Both of them are available for your touch screen, one of them should be connected to the output device.)
Work with Raspberry Pi
If you are using Raspberry Pi, you can change resolution by these steps:
Login to your Raspberry Pi and edit /boot/config.txt file, make sure it has following parameter:
hdmi_cvt 1024 600 60 3 0 0 0
Save it and reboot your system.
If touch screen is out of work please make sure you connect the Display’s MicroUSB Port to your device (PC, Raspberry Pi, Beagle bone black etc.)
We are not sure it can work at android system due to it dose not test in android OS yet.
If you find that the screen is blur when you connect it to your device, please check the FPC cable on the back of driver board, it may loose when it was shipping to you. Just pull out the block of the FPC cable and put the FPC wires into it and make sure it fasten tightly and retry it again. Please take care of this cabin cable; it’s connected to the board and sends the touch screen data to the chip on the board.
If you are willing to know more information about Raspberry Pi display, please view the table as follow.