7 Inch 1024x600 Capacitive Touch Screen With Camera Kit
£64.11 ex VAT
This is a fantastic 7-inch HDMI monitor with a capacitive touch screen and 720P Camera module best of all, it's driver free!!!
It's been tested on Raspberry Pi, Beagle Bone Black, Windows 10 and Mac book pro performing well on all of these platforms, all you need to do is to adjust the resolution(on Raspberry Pi).
It supports 1024x600 resolution and you may find that the pictures are brighter when you are using this display. The capacitive touch function gives 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 identify the touch screen. The Capacitive USB touch screen can support functions of the right mouse button, drag and drop and also multipoint touch with a maximum of 10 points. (only tested in Windows 10)
This display has also been extended with two USB HOST ports, allowing you to hookup more USB devices to your screen.
There is an onboard 720P Camera module, you can use this camera to take photos and video. It produces high-quality images while having a low power consumption and is compatible with UVC standards, and Plug-and-play features.
This Kit contains an acrylic case and steel stander with it allowing it to be a monitor within your projects, this case is exquisite and easy to setup.
- Dimensions: 177.06mm x 113.09mm x 15.2mm
- Power: 5V Power via USB Micro
- Current: Max 500mA
- Display: 7 inch TFT LCD
- Resolution: 1024x600
- Response Time: 10/15 (Typ.)(Tr/Td) ms
- Camera: 720P Camera (CMOS)
- USB Capacitive touch control
- Free-driver, Plug and Play
- Supports Raspbian, Ubuntu Mate, NOOBS with Raspberry Pi
- Supports Debian, Angstrom with BeagleBone
- Supports Windows / Ubuntu / Mac with PC
- Supports Intel-Processor Base Mini PC
- ULP (Ultra Low Power) consumption backlight
- Extend Two USB HOST Ports
- Compatible with UVC standard Camera
- Plug and Play (Driver Free)
- When being used with a Raspberry Pi it's suggested that you edit the config.txt to manually set the HDMI to the native 1024x600 in case it doesn't detect the resolution properly. The easiest way to edit the config.txt file is to put the Pi TF card into a computer and edit config.txt with any text editor and save it.