The 4.3” Raspberry Pi Display Module is a Raspberry Pi Display Module Pack, which includes a 4.3" Resistive Touch LCD Display with Resistive Touch, a 4D Pi Adaptor and 5 way interface cable.
The 4.3” Raspberry Pi Display Module customises the uLCD-43PT Display specifically for interfacing with the Raspberry Pi, to provide a quick and easy interface without any wiring hassles.
The Raspberry Pi Display Module Pack enables a Raspberry Pi user to quickly connect the 4D Pi Adaptor Shield to their Raspberry Pi, connect the 5 way cable between the Adaptor and the Display Module, and be connected in seconds to start programming their new 4D Systems Display.
The uLCD-43PT-PI has a comprehensive ViSi-Genie library written to communicate with the Raspberry Pi, allowing the Visi-Genie events to be easily understood by the Raspberry Pi and users code.
Utilises the Raspberry Pi's UART Serial Port.
Low-Cost Display Solution
Easily Connect to your Raspberry Pi
Introducing 4D Systems' All New Workshop4 IDE
Supports multiple development environments, to cater for different user requirements and skill level.
Workshop4 is a comprehensive software IDE for Microsoft Windows that provides an integrated software development platform for all of the 4D family of processors and modules.
The IDE combines the Editor, Compiler, Linker and Downloader to develop complete 4DGL application code. All user application code is developed within the Workshop4 IDE.
Workshop4 includes four development environments, for the user to choose based on application requirements or even user skill level.
This product only support Raspberry Pi, do not support Raspberry 3B or A+ 、 B+.
Please note that the 4.3” Raspberry Pi Display Module is not designed to be the primary display for the Raspberry Pi and is programmed using 4D Systems' Workshop 4 IDE
For support relating to the Raspberry Pi, please refer to the Raspberry Pi Forum
|Dimensions||210mm x105mm x40mm|
|4.3"Resistive Touch LCD Display with Resistive Touch||1|
|4D Pi Adaptor||1|
|5 way interface cable||1|
The actual interface to the display is TX,RX,5V,GND,Reset and it's only the 5-26-pin adapter that doesn't work with the 40-pin Raspi models. But the data sheet also says that it's not intended as a primary display for the Raspi - it's an intelligent graphics processing engine on its own, with a programming interface designed to send objects to it, rather than the usual dumb display that you send pixels from the processor. (It also has a touchscreen and audio connections, an SD-card reader, and a second serial port so you can drive it from other devices, like PCs or Arduino, If you want to hack, this looks like lots of fun. If you want plug-and-play, you can find easier things, but you could build a cable or use one of the Raspi breadboard adapters and 4 wires.