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For revisions under Rev2.1:
Rev2.1 New Features:
|Raspberry Pi B||Raspbian||Raspbian|
|Raspberry Pi A+||Raspbian||Raspbian|
|Raspberry Pi B+||Raspbian||Raspbian|
|Raspberry Pi 2 Model B||Raspbian||Raspbian, Ubuntu, Windows 10 IoT|
|Raspberry Pi 3 Model B||Raspbian||Raspbian, Ubuntu, Windows 10 IoT|
|Banana Pi||-||Raspbian, Lubuntu|
|Banana Pro||-||Raspbian, Lubuntu|
Weight: 0.318 kg
Working with Raspberry Pi:
For the Windows OS on PC, the resolution of the LCD is automatically identified. Hence, you do not need to make the relative settings. When working with Raspberry Pi, you should set the resolution of the LCD by yourself, or else the LCD screen will not work. For more detail information, please read the following section.
Turn on the "backlight" switch then connect the LCD to your Pi (HDMI Port of LCD -> HDMI Port of Pi; USB Port of LCD -> USB Port of Pi; 5V~2A power supply). Download the Raspbian image from Raspberry Pi web site. Write the image to a TF card and add the following code to the end of /boot/config.txt:
max_usb_current=1 hdmi_group=2 hdmi_mode=1 hdmi_mode=87 hdmi_cvt 1024 600 60 6 0 0 0
Save and connect the TF card to your Pi then power up.
(Touch input working well means that the LED firmware is Rev2.1. If the lcd firmware is 1.1, touch function is unavailable, When work as a computer monitor.)
Note: The image in the CD is not used for Raspberry Pi 3. If a Pi 3 is in used, please download the latest Raspbian image from Raspberry Pi web site and do some proper settings following the steps above. Resolution of Ubuntu Mate OS or Windows 10 IoT Core OS can also be set properly by editing config.txt.