480x320p 3.5 inch IPS Resistive Touch HDMI LCD for Raspberry Pi with Touch Pen and Heatsink
This 3.5-inch HDMI LCD for Raspberry Pi works with most HDMI compatible boards. The screen features an IPS resistive touch panel and it comes with a touch pen and an aluminum heatsink. The hardware resolution of this LCD is 480x320 pixels. The software resolution is configurable to a maximum of 1920x1080 pixels.
Note: You will need an HDMI cable to use this HDMI LCD with Raspberry Pi 1B and Raspberry Pi Zero.
Features of 480x320p 3.5-inch IPS Resistive Touch HDMI LCD for Raspberry Pi
- Diagonal Display Size: 3.5-inch
- Resolution: 480x320p hardware resolution
- FBCP Driver: Supports dual-display and configuration of software resolution (maximum 1920x1080 pixels)
- Touch Technology: IPS touch panel (best for the wide angle of view)
- Touch Control: Resistive Touch
- Accessories: Comes with an HDMI to Micro HDMI connector, an HDMI connector, a Touch Pen, and an Aluminum Heatsink
- System Compatibility: Connects directly to most Raspberry Pi boards with HDMI interface (requires an additional HDMI cable to connect with Raspberry Pi 1B and Raspberry Pi Zero)
- Software Compatibility: Kali, Raspbian, and Retropie support
- PC Compatibility: Can work as a PC monitor with an HDMI connection (Does not support the touch function in this case)
- Backlight: Adjustable 100-Level Backlight
- Audio: HDMI audio output
- OSD Menu: Multi-language OSD menu for contrast, power, and brightness adjustments
- Weight: 0.092 Kg | 92 Grams
- Dimensions: 85.01 x 56.41 (mm) | 8.501 x 5.641 (cm)
- The Operating System of some gaming consoles may not support the touch function
- The Operating System of some gaming consoles may not support the embedded speaker, external speaker interface, audio output, or earphone jack
- Input / Output Pins are not needed for the HDMI port. The touch function needs Input / Output Pins
- 1x 3.5-inch IPS HDMI Touch LCD
- 1x HDMI connector
- 1x Touch Pen
- 1x HDMI to Micro HDMI connector
- 1x Aluminum Heatsink
- 1x Quick Start Manual
What if the Display doesn’t support Raspbian?
The first thing you need to verify is the legitimacy of the image. Only the official Raspbian image is recommended. Install the driver first and then try running the display with the image already provided.
What if the Display doesn’t support the Waveshare Image?
If the display does not seem to work with the Waveshare Image, you need to check all the connections. If everything seems alright, check the TF and see if the burning process displays any errors. Ideally, the ACT must blink and PWR must be ON. If both LEDs are ON but ACT is not blinking, it indicates the connection error with the TF Card. Check the card’s connection and connect it again making sure that the contact is established in the right way.
Power Supply Compatible with this Display Unit
This display unit is compatible with a 5V/3A power supply adapter. This is a small display so it will not cause problems for the Raspberry Pi board to get started. Sometimes, the Raspberry Pi board doesn’t start but it happens in the case when you connect a large (over 10-inch) display. Large displays often need a stand-alone power supply. But you will not face such issues with small-size display units.