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R341.97  Inc VAT
This RGB LED HAT can be easily attached on top of the Raspberry Pi to display colorful effect, and controlled by only one signal pin.
R241.10  Inc VAT
Use Four Letter pHAT to display... four letter words. Not that sort!
R199.90  Inc VAT
R329.90  Inc VAT
DC 0-30V 3 Wire LED Voltmeter Digital Display Panel Volt Meter (2A5 dc 3 wire volt meter)
Features:
 
Display Color: Red
The black line connects to the negative electrode, red line connects to positive pole of power supply, yellow line connects to positive pole of tested power supply
Material: Plastic Shell
Display Digit: 3
Measuring Range: DC 0-30V
Working voltage: 4-30V
Display Size: Approx 2.3cm x 1.2cm / 0.91" x 0.47"
Overall Dimension: Approx 3.4cm x 2.2cm x 2cm / 1.34" x 0.87" x 0.79" (L x W x H)
Cable Length: Approx 20cm / 7.87"
 
Package Includes:
 
1 x Digital LED Display Voltmeter
R39.90  Inc VAT
Raspberry Pi 7" Touchscreen Display (Official) (WH display 7 official)

The display will technically work with the Model A and Model B boards (connecting it to the DSI port on the Pi board), however the mounting holes on the back of the display will only line up with the newer board design (A+, B+, Pi2 and Pi3)

The eagerly awaited 7" Official Raspberry Pi Touchscreen Display is finally hear! Boasting a neat 800×480 display @ 60fps resolution, and 10 point capacitive touchscreen, this 7" screen for the Raspberry Pi gives users the ability to create all-in-one, integrated projects such as tablets, infotainment systems and embedded projects.

The 800x 480 display connects via an adapter board which handles power and signal conversion.Only two connections to the Pi are required; power from the Pi’s GPIO port and a ribbon cable that connects to the DSI port present on all Raspberry Pi’s. Touchscreen drivers with support for 10-finger touch and an on-screen keyboard are available on the latest Raspbian OS for full functionality without a physical keyboard or mouse.

  • Turn your Raspberry Pi into a touchscreen tablet, infotainment system, or standalone device.
  • Truly Interactive - the latest software drivers will support a virtual ‘on screen’ keyboard, so there is no need to plug in a keyboard and mouse.
  • Make your own ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) devices including a visual display. Simply connect your Raspberry Pi, develop a Python script to interact with the display, and you’re ready to create your own home automation devices with touchscreen capability.
  • A range of educational software and programs available on the Raspberry Pi will be touch enabled, making learning and programming easier on the Raspberry Pi.
  • Raspberry Pi mounting points on the back

Technical Specification:

  • 7” Touchscreen Display.
  • Screen Dimensions: 194mm x 110mm x 20mm (including standoffs)
  • Viewable screen size: 155mm x 86mm
  • Screen Resolution 800 x 480 pixels
  • 10 finger capacitive touch.
  • Connects to the Raspberry Pi board using a ribbon cable connected to the DSI port.
  • Adapter board is used to power the display and convert the parallel signals from the display to the serial (DSI) port on the Raspberry Pi.

N.B. Will require the latest version of Raspbian OS to operate correctly.

Kit Contents:

  • 7” Touchscreen Display
  • Adapter Board
  • DSI Ribbon cable
  • 4 x stand-offs and screws (used to mount the adapter board and Raspberry Pi board to the back of the display
  • 4 x jumper wires (used to connect the power from the Adapter Board and the GPIO pins on the Pi so the 2Amp power is shared across both units)

Please Note. The Raspberry Pi Board and accessories are not included in this kit.

Installation instructions can be found at:
http://www.element14.com/community/docs/DOC-78156?ICID=rpimain-touchscreen-7inban#installI
 

R1,012.86  Inc VAT
USB Detector Current Voltage 3V-9V Tester Dual USB Dual display (2A5 USB Docter Dual)

Use the USB Charger Doctor to measure the working voltage and current output for any USB port and project. This plastic dongle plugs between a USB device, and passes the data lines through. There's a 0.05 ohm resistor in line with the power pin that is used to measure current draw. The Doctor's digital display instantly reads the numbers out for testing devices such as chargers, cables, and cell phones.

You can use this device from 3.5-7VDC input voltage (although most USB devices tend to hover around 4.75 to 5.25) and up to 3A of current. It displays both voltage and current readouts. It's a very handy tool for testing USB devices, checking load levels and debugging battery chargers and boost converters.

R94.90  Inc VAT
Pimoroni - Noir 7" Touchscreen Display Frame (Stand Display Black Noir)

Protect your new 7" Raspberry Pi Touchscreen with this lovely little display frame from Pimoroni! Designed with a slimline profile, it's perfect for keeping your Raspberry Pi screen upright, and at an ideal viewing angle!

Please note: Raspberry Pi Touchscreen and Raspberry Pi are not included

Pimoroni's Touchscreen Display Frame Features:

  • Slim profile made up of only 3 layers keeps the screen protected
  • 2 Legs hold the screen at an ideal viewing angle
  • Provides support and protection to the back of the screen
  • All Raspberry Pi Ports accessible
  • Leaves touchscreen free for touching
  • No tools required for assembly
R189.90  Inc VAT
IIC / I2C 1602 Blue Backlight LCD Display Module For Arduino (1B4 Blue backlight display)
Power supply voltage: +5 v
Supports I2C
Blue back light, contrast can be adjusted
Four line output

Package included:

1 x LCD Display Module

Setup Guide
R59.90  Inc VAT
Four Digit - Seven Segment Display - Red (display 7 segment red)

This lovely little (14.2mm) seven segment display provides excellent segment uniformity and is highly visible up to seven meters away. It's ultra bright, and provides great readability even in bright ambient light!

It has four digits and a decimal point on each digit, designed for numeric output, so you can use it to add a clock, timer or counter into your next project.

These displays are multiplexed, common-cathode. What that means it that you can use a 74HC595 or just 8 microcontroller pins if you can spare them to control the 8 anodes (7-seg + decimal) at about ~15mA each, and then connect NPN transistors or a TPIC6B595 to the cathodes to sink the 8*20mA = ~120mA maximum per digit.

This is an ultra bright RED colour.

Specifications

  • 100mcd
  • 14.2mm (0.56") digit height
  • Color: red (630nm)
  • Common cathode display
  • Maximum power dissipation per segment: 66mW
  • Maximum pulse peak forward current per segment (1/10th duty cycle, 0.1ms pulse width): 100mA
  • Maximum forward current per segment: 20mA
  • Maximum reverse voltage: 5V
  • Maximum reverse current: 20µA
  • Typical forward voltage: 2.1V at 20mA
  • Maximum forward voltage: 2.5V at 20mA
  • Operating temperature range: -30°C - +70°C
  • Typical luminous intensity: 20mcd

Some code examples
https://circuitdigest.com/microcontroller-projects/raspberry-pi-7-segment-display-tutorial
https://raspi.tv/2015/how-to-drive-a-7-segment-display-directly-on-raspberry-pi-in-python
R12.90  Inc VAT
One digit Red 7 Segment 0.56 Inch 1 Bit Common Anode LED Digital Tube (1B3 7 segment single digit)
Features:

Model: 5611BH  Common Anode 
Size: 0.56 inch
Color: red

Package includes:

1 x Red 7 Segment 0.56 Inch 1 Bit Common Anode LED Digital Tube

Some code examples
https://circuitdigest.com/microcontroller-projects/raspberry-pi-7-segment-display-tutorial
https://raspi.tv/2015/how-to-drive-a-7-segment-display-directly-on-raspberry-pi-in-python
R8.98  Inc VAT
Adafruit PiTFT 2.2" HAT Mini Kit - 320x240 2.2" TFT - No Touch (1B3 Ada no touch 2.2)

This product contains only the display. Raspberry Pi, case and cables are shown for illustration purposes only and not included.


The cute PiTFT got even more adorable with this little primary display for Raspberry Pi in HAT form! It features a 2.2" display with 320x240 16-bit color pixels. The HAT uses the high speed SPI interface on the Pi and can use the mini display as a console, X window port, displaying images or video etc. Best of all it plugs right in on top of your Model A+ or B+ and fits into our case quite nicely.

It's designed to plug directly onto the Raspberry Pi 2 or Raspberry Pi 1 Model A+ or B+ . While not specifically designed for Pi Model A or B,you can use it with A/B if you solder in an extra-tall 2x13 header (not included) instead of the included 2x20 header.

This design uses the hardware SPI pins (SCK, MOSI, MISO, CE0, CE1) as well as GPIO #25. All other GPIO are unused and are available on a 25-pin long breakout line. Since we had a tiny bit of space, there's 4 flat tactile switches wired to four GPIOs, that you can use if you want to make a basic user interface. For example, you can use one as a power on/off button.

Comes as a fully assembled display PCB and an additional 2x20 GPIO header. Some light soldering is required to attach the 2x20 GPIO header to the HAT but it's fast and easy for anyone with a soldering iron and solder. You can also swap the plain female header we have with a 'stacky' type that lets you plug in a hat or GPIO cable on top or a slim ultra-low-profile header.

Technical Details

  • Board Dimensions: 65mm x 57mm x 6mm / 2.6" x 2.2" x 0.2"
  • Screen Dimensions: 55mm x 40mm / 2.2" x 1.6"

Tutorials

To make it super easy for use: Adafruit have created a custom kernel package based of off Notro's awesome framebuffer work, so you can install it over your existing Raspbian (or derivative) images in just a few commands. Their tutorial series shows you how to install the software, play small videos, or display images such as from your PiCam and more!

R402.50  Inc VAT
Unicorn HAT (3B4 Unicorn HAT)

What's going to protect your beloved Raspberry Pi from an onslaught of rainbow-coloured fusion? That's right, it's Unicorn HAT.

Sporting a matrix of 64 (8 x 8) RGB LEDs and powered directly from the Pi, this is the most compact pocket aurora available.

Unicorn HAT provides a wash of controllable colour that is ideal for mood-lighting, 8x8 pixel art, persistence of vision effects, status indications, or just blasting colour into your surroundings.

The MagPi said that Unicorn HAT was "one of the coolest HATs around"

Features

  • 64 RGB LEDs (WS2812B)
  • LED data driven via DMA over PWM
  • Unicorn HAT pinout
  • Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3, 2, B+, A+, Zero, and Zero W
  • Python library
  • Comes fully assembled

Software

We've put together a Unicorn HAT Python library to make it a breeze to use, including lots of beautiful examples of what it can do.

Notes

  • Warning: WS2812 LEDs are bright enough to cause eye pain, do not look at them directly when brightly lit. We recommend the use of a diffuser.
  • Photo-sensitivity warning: flashing, strobing, and patterns of lights may cause epileptic seizures. Always take care and immediately stop using if you feel unwell (dizziness, nausea, affected vision, eye twitching, disorientation).
  • Power: Unicorn HAT requires a >2A microUSB power supply for your Pi. We recommend the official Raspberry Pi power supply.
  • Compatibility (audio): as Unicorn HAT uses PWM and GPIO18, it will interfere with analogue audio playback (random colour patterns and flickering). HDMI should work just fine!

Short video on the Unicorn HAT

Tutorials & Projects

R341.97  Inc VAT
WS 264x176 2.7 inch 3 colour E-Ink display HAT for Raspberry Pi (1B4 2.7 3colour E-Ink HAT)

Please Note: Raspberry Pi not included

Overview

This is an E-Ink display HAT for Raspberry Pi, 2.7inch, 264x176 resolution, with embedded controller, communicating via SPI interface, supports red, black, and white three-color display.

Due to the advantages like ultra low power consumption, wide viewing angle, clear display without electricity, it is an ideal choice for applications such as shelf label, industrial instrument, and so on.

Features

  • No backlight, keeps displaying last content for a long time even when power down
  • Ultra low power consumption, basically power is only required for refreshing
  • Compatible with Raspberry Pi 2B/3B/Zero/Zero W
  • Onboard 4x Keys
  • SPI interface, for connecting with other controller boards like Raspberry/Arduino/Nucleo, etc.
  • Comes with development resources and manual (examples for Raspberry Pi/Arduino/STM32)

Specifications

  • Operating voltage: 3.3V
  • Interface: 3-wire SPI, 4-wire SPI
  • Outline dimension: 85mm × 56mm
  • Display size: 57.288mm × 38.192mm
  • Dot pitch: 0.217 × 0.217
  • Resolution: 264 × 176
  • Display color: red, black, white
  • Grey level: 2
  • Full refresh time: 15s
  • Refresh power: 26.4mW(typ.)
  • Standby power: <0.017mW
  • Viewing angle: >170°

Please note: Raspberry Pi not included

Interface

SYMBOLDESCRIPTION
VCC3.3V
GNDGround
DINSPI MOSI pin
CLKSPI SCK pin
CSSPI chip selection, low active
DCData/Command selection (high for data, low for command)
RSTExternal reset, low active
BUSYBusy status output, low active

Development Resources

Wiki : www.waveshare.com/wiki/2.7inch_e-Paper_HAT_(B)

Package Includes:

  1. 2.7inch e-Paper HAT (B) x 1
  2. RPi screws pack (2pcs) x 2
R296.90  Inc VAT
DC-DC Step Down Power Supply Adjustable Module With LCD Display With Case (C51 step down convert & case)





Specifications:


Converter type: DC-DC
Input voltage: 5~23V (Best voltage 20V)
Output voltage: 0V~16.5V (Continuously adjustable)
Peak current: 3A
Mainboard size: 50mm x 30mm x 12mm(LxWxH)
Display module: STN LCD
LCD size: 37.5mm x 17.0mm(LxW)
LCD accuracy: 1%
Conversion efficiency: 95%
Load regulation S(I): <= 0.8%
Voltage regulation S(U): <= 0.8%

Calibration method:

Under power off situation, Holding left button and power the supply,when the  display begin flashing, release left button, with multimeter measuring the output voltage, by pressing the left and right button ,adjust the multimeter measuring voltage to near 5V, such as 5.00V ,4.98V or 5.02V,at this stage, please ignore the display on this item. After adjustment,please power it off and then power on again, calibration is completed. Errors can be calibrated in 0.04V, if the error is greater, you can try to re-calibrate it again.

Package includes:

1 x DC-DC step-down power suppl module
1 x Transparent shell
R179.90  Inc VAT
WS .RGB LED HAT for Raspberry Pi, colorful display, 8 × 8 grid (1B3 WS RGB LED HAT)

Overview

This RGB LED HAT (B) can be easily attached on top of the Raspberry Pi to display colorful effect, and controlled by only one signal pin.

Features

  • Supports any revision of Raspberry Pi (directly-pluggable)
  • Onboard 8 × 8 RGB LED (WS2812B)
  • Control pin is configurable via jumpers (0Ω resistor)
  • Break out control pins, easy for working with other MCUs
  • Comes with development resources and manual (examples in Python and Web control)

Specifications

  • Operating voltage: 5V
  • Brightness: adjustable 256 levels
  • Color depth: 24-bit true color (8-bit for R/G/B respectively, totally 256x256x256=16777216 colors)
  • Data rate: 800Kbps(typ)
  • Dimension: 65mm × 56.2mm
  • Mounting hole size: 3.0mm

How to Use

In the case of working with a MCU:

  • 5V ↔ 5V power
  • GND ↔ GND
  • DIN ↔ Signal input

Development Resources

Wiki : www.waveshare.com/wiki/RGB_LED_HAT_(B)

This RGB LED HAT can be easily attached on top of the Raspberry Pi to display colorful effect, and controlled by only one signal pin.
R241.10  Inc VAT
WS 10.1inch Resistive Touch Screen LCD HDMI interface (4A1 10.1" Resistive touch display)

Features

  • 1024×600 high resolution
  • Resistive touch control
  • Compatible and Direct-connect with any revision of Raspberry Pi (except the Pi 1 model B or Pi Zero, which requires an HDMI cable)
  • Drivers provided (works with your own Raspbian/Ubuntu directly)
  • Also works as a computer monitor, in this case, touch panel is unavailable and HDMI cable is required
  • HDMI interface for displaying, no I/Os required (however, the touch panel still needs I/Os)
  • Backlight can be turned off to lower power consumption

Interface

PIN NO.SYMBOLDESCRIPTION
1, 173.3VPower positive (3.3V power input)
2, 45VPower positive (5V power input)
3, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 18, 24NCNC
6, 9, 14, 20, 25GNDGround
19TP_SISPI data input of Touch Panel
21TP_SOSPI data output of Touch Panel
22TP_IRQTouch Panel interrupt, low level while the Touch Panel detects touching
23TP_SCKSPI clock of Touch Panel
26TP_CSTouch Panel chip selection, low active

External Dimensions

Development Resources

Wiki : www.waveshare.com/wiki/10.1inch_HDMI_LCD

R1,239.90  Inc VAT
Picade DIY kit - 8 inch display (3B1 Picade 8inch)

Picade

The ultimate desktop retro arcade machine! Picade is a Raspberry Pi-powered mini arcade that you build yourself, with authentic arcade controls, a high resolution 4:3 display that's ideal for retro gaming, and a punchy speaker to hear those 8-bit game soundtracks at their best

The all-new Picade has been completely redesigned, from the inside out! There's new artwork, a new display and display driver board, dedicated power button, an all-new Picade X HAT, easier wiring, easier access to the interior of the cabinet, beautiful new packaging, a bunch of extra goodies (stickers and an enamel Picade pin), and a gorgeous Picade poster and assembly instructions.

Picade comes in kit form, and it'll take around two to three hours to build. The cabinet is made from powder-coated MDF, giving it a quality look and feel similar to a full-size arcade. All you'll need to add is a Raspberry Pi, power supply, and micro-SD card.

You can watch a video on  Picade at https://youtu.be/5iUuOH1Ip4A

Cabinet features

  • Black, powder-coated panels
  • Acrylic marquee and console with authentic artwork
  • Push-fit arcade buttons
  • Joystick with black ball top
  • 3" speaker (5W, 4Ω)
  • Easy access with removable back panel
  • Dedicated illuminated power button
  • Grippy rubber feet
  • Dimensions: 350x230x210mm

8-inch display features

  • 1024x768 (4:3 ratio) IPS (wide viewing angle) display
  • Pimoroni-designed and manufactured HDMI display driver board and keypad controls
  • Powered by micro-USB cable (included) from your Pi

10-inch display features

  • 1024x768 (4:3 ratio) IPS (wide viewing angle) display
  • Pimoroni-designed and manufactured HDMI display driver board and keypad controls
  • Powered by micro-USB cable (included) from your Pi

Picade X HAT features

  • Easy DuPont connectors for buttons and joystick
  • Push-fit speaker terminals
  • I2S audio DAC with 3W amplifier (mono)
  • Power management, power switch pins, and power button
  • 4-way joystick inputs
  • 6 player buttons
  • 4 utility buttons
  • Metal standoffs to hold your Picade X HAT securely

Extras

  • Picade enamel pin badge
  • Pimoroni Super Sticker Selection
  • Picade poster / assembly instructions

What's new!?

The cabinet is more compact, so it fits more neatly on your desk, but has a higher resolution 8"  or 10" display (1024x768). The display is driven by a new Pimoroni-designed and manufactured driver board, with keypad controls. It's an IPS panel, so it looks great from any viewing angle!

The all-new Picade X HAT is packed full of useful features. We've moved from more fiddly screw terminals to simple DuPont connectors that just push in, and the speaker terminals are the same easy push-fit connectors that we use on pHAT BEAT.

There's dedicated power management on-board Picade X HAT; just plug your micro-USB power supply into the HAT and it'll power your Pi through its pins. The power button connected to the HAT means that once your Pi is safely shutdown, the power will be cut completely to the Pi. A simple press of the power button will boot your Picade up again.

The new buttons in Picade are lower profile, and the new joystick has a single connector rather than the eight spade connectors on our previous Picade joystick.

A gorgeous new neon-look Picade logo on the marquee, and rainbow stripes on the console and screen-surround, evoke classic consoles, as do the assembly instructions and poster.

Building your Picade

We hope the included assembly instructions have everything you need to build your Picade, but we've also filmed a complete build video of Picade that you can watch as you build and learn some handy tips and tricks. Find it at https://youtu.be/gTgu1fUVsmw

The sections are also available separately in a playlist here.

We've also put together an online tutorial that incorporates the assembly instructions, important tips and amendments, and the videos for each section, so do check that out!

Software setup

We recommend the RetroPie operating system for your Picade. You can download it from the RetroPie website and then burn it to a micro-SD card with Etcher.

Connect a USB keyboard to your Pi, and connect to Wi-Fi in the RetroPie menu. Press F4 to exit to the terminal and then type curl https://get.pimoroni.com/picadehat | bash to run the Picade HAT installer.

Reboot your Pi, if it doesn't prompt you to. Press the "Alt" key on your keyboard and then select "Configure input" to configure your Picade's controls. You'll find that the sound and power button should both be working now too!

Notes

If your Picade display doesn't show anything when you first power it up, then it could be because the HDMI display is not being detected by the Raspberry Pi. This can happen because power isn't supplied to the USB ports on the Raspberry Pi for the first few seconds of booting. The solution is to edit the /boot/config.txt file on your RetroPie SD card, and add hdmi_force_hotplug=1 on a new line at the bottom of the file.

If you'd like to design your own artwork for your Picade, then we've made a handy PDF that has the outlines and dimensions of the marquee, screen shim, and console. You can download it from the Picade HAT GitHub repo here.

Where to find ROMs for RetroPie (free and legally) https://howchoo.com/g/otiwyjhlnzb/where-to-find-roms-for-retropie

and here http://cvaddict.com/article.php?articleid=15

R2,499.90  Inc VAT
WS 7inch HDMI LCD capacitive touch (C), 1024x600, IPS, supports various systems (1C1 1024x600 7inch HDMI LCD (C))

7inch HDMI LCD (C) Features

  • 7inch IPS screen, 1024x600 hardware resolution
  • Capacitive touch control
  • Supports popular mini PCs such as Raspberry Pi, BB Black, as well as general desktop computers
    • When works with Raspberry Pi, supports Raspbian/Ubuntu/Kali/Retropie/WIN10 IOT, driver free
    • When work as a computer monitor, supports Windows 10/8.1/8/7, five-points touch, and driver free
  • Backlight can be turned off to lower power consumption

Note: to use the LCD with following mini-PCs, additional cables are required and should be purchased separately:
Raspberry Pi Zero: HDMI cable, USB-type-A-receptacle-to-Micro-B-plug-cable
BB Black: HDMI cable



Wiki : www.waveshare.com/wiki/7inch_HDMI_LCD_(C)

FAQ

Why the LCD doesn't work with my Raspbian?
To use the LCD with the Raspberry Pi official image, driver should be installed first. Please refer to the user manual.
However, for the first testing, you may want to use our provided image directly.
Why the LCD still doesn't work with the Waveshare provided image?
Make sure the hardware connection is correct and connects fine.
Make sure the image in TF card is burnt correctly.
The PWR will keep on and the ACT will keep blinking when the Raspberry Pi starts up successfully, in case both of the two LEDs keep on, it is possible that the image was burnt incorrectly OR the TF card was in bad contact.
Which power supply should I use?
It is recommended to use a 5V/3A power adapter for the Raspberry Pi other than USB connection, otherwise the Pi may failed to start up because the PC's USB port might have not enough power.
For large size LCDs, say, 10inch diagonal or more, another stand-alone power adapter is also required to provide power to the LCD.

For more info, please check the wiki page.

R699.90  Inc VAT
Four Letter pHAT (four letter phat)

Use Four Letter pHAT to display... four letter words. Not that sort!

Pi ZERO and case not included!

Four Letter pHAT has four 14-segment displays that you can use to display text, numbers, and a host of other characters. Its LEDs are a beautiful retro green, just like you old digital alarm clock. They're driven by the HT16K33 chip over I2C.

It's perfect as a readout for your projects, displaying temperatures, times, etc. and becomes really useful when combined with some of our other boards like Enviro pHAT or Explorer pHAT to display their sensor values.

Features

  • Four 14-segment displays with green LEDs
  • HT16K33 driver chip
  • Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3, 2, B+, A+, Zero, Zero W
  • Python library
  • Female header and display pins require soldering

Software

Our handy one-line installer will install the Four Letter pHAT Python library for you. We've included a bunch of examples too, to show off what you can do with Four Letter pHAT; things like a clock, a countdown timer, or CPU activity monitor.

Use Four Letter pHAT to display... four letter words. Not that sort!
R199.90  Inc VAT
IIC/I2C/TWI/SPI Serial Port Module 5V 1602LCD For Display (IB4 serial adapter board)
Description:

This is another great IIC/I2C/TWI/SPI Serial Interface. As the pin resources of Arduino controller is limited, your project may be not able to use normal LCD shield after connected with a certain quantity of sensors or SD card. However, with this I2C interface module, you will be able to realize data display via only 2 wires. If you already has I2C devices in your project, this LCD module actually cost no more resources at all. It is fantastic for Arduino based project.
I2C Address: 0X20~0X27 (the original address is 0X20,you can change it yourself)
The backlight and contrast is adjusted by potentiometer
Come with 2 IIC interface, which can be connected by Dupont Line or IIC dedicated cable
I2C Address: 0x27 (I2C Address: 0X20~0X27 (the original address is 0X27,you can change it yourself)

Specifications:

Compatible for 1602 LCD
Supply voltage: 5V
Size: 5.5x2.3x1.4cm

Package includes:
1 x serial interface module
R29.90  Inc VAT
Pimoroni - Coupé 7" Touchscreen Display Frame (C4 Stand Display Red Coupe)

Protect your new 7" Raspberry Pi Touchscreen with this lovely little display frame from Pimoroni! Designed with a slimline profile, it's perfect for keeping your Raspberry Pi screen upright, and at an ideal viewing angle!

Please note: Raspberry Pi Touchscreen and Raspberry Pi are not included

Pimoroni's Touchscreen Display Frame Features:

  • Slim profile made up of only 3 layers keeps the screen protected
  • 2 Legs hold the screen at an ideal viewing angle
  • Provides support and protection to the back of the screen
  • All Raspberry Pi Ports accessible
  • Leaves touchscreen free for touching
  • No tools required for assembly
R160.39  Inc VAT
Adafruit PiTFT Plus 320x240 2.8" TFT + Capacitive Touchscreen(40 pin) (1B4 2.8 display touch cap 40pin)

Is this not the cutest little display for the Raspberry Pi? It features a 2.8" display with 320x240 16-bit color pixels and a capacitive touch overlay. That's right, instead of a resistive touchscreen, which requires a fingernail or stylus, you can now use a fingerpad.

The screen looks much nicer, with a black bezel and glass overlay.

This updated design fits perfectly onto the Pi Zero, Pi 3, Pi 2 or Model A+, B+! (Any Pi with a 2x20 connector) Not for use with an old Pi 1 with 2x13 connector. This version also has all 40 pins GPIO pins brought out so you can connect a 40-pin GPIO cable underneath.

The display and touchscreen uses the hardware I2C Pins (SDA & SCL), SPI pins (SCK, MOSI, MISO, CE0) as well as GPIO #25 and #24. All other GPIO are unused and you can still share the I2C pins with sensors, LED drivers, etc. Since we had a tiny bit of space, there's 4 slim tactile switches wired to four GPIOs, that you can use if you want to make a basic user interface. For example, you can use one as a power on/off button.

Use it for console access or easily pop up X11 onto the PiTFT for a mini monitor, although its rather small at 320x240. Instead, we recommend using PyGame or other SDL-drawing programs to write onto the frame buffer.

Raspberry Pi computer and enclosure not included! As of July 22nd, 2015 this display comes fully assembled with tactile switches too

Check out Adafruit's detailed tutorial on how to play videos, display images, and otherwise customize your PiTFT.

TECHNICAL DETAILS

  • Screen Dimensions: 50mm x 69mm x 4mm / 2" x 2.7" x 0.16"
  • PCB Dimensions: 56mm x 85mm x 11mm / 2.2" x 3.3" x 0.4"
  • Weight: 47g

Datasheets, EagleCAD PCB files, Fritzing object and more in the tutorial!

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Display-O-Tron HAT (1B4 Display-O-Tron HAT)

Raspberry Pi and case not included

Great for including a colourful character display and button inputs on your Raspberry Pi based projects!

Includes a 16x3 character LCD display, 6-zone RGB LED backlight, bar graph, and six capacitive touch buttons all in one slim package.

It's ideal for controlling your internet radio or home automation projects.

Features

  • 16x3 character LCD display (full ASCII character set and eight custom glyphs)
  • Fully controllable six zone RGB backlight
  • Six bright white bar graph LEDs (individually dimmable)
  • Six capacitive touch buttons
  • Power, I2C, SPI, UART, PWM, and five GPIO pins broken out
  • SN3218 LED matrix driver chip (drives the RGB backlight)
  • Microchip CAP1166 capacitive touch driver chip
  • Display-O-Tron HAT pinout
  • Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3, 2, B+, A+, Zero, and Zero W
  • Python library
  • Comes fully assembled (breakout pins require soldering)

Software

Our Display-O-Tron Python library will get you going in a jiffy, and makes controlling Display-O-Tron HAT really easy.

We've included examples showing you how to use the backlight, bar graph LEDs, and touch buttons, as well as more advanced examples showing you how to create menus, games and even an internet radio!

Notes

If you want to keep your Pi in a case, we recommend the Pibow Coupé case as it will allow you to still use the capacitive touch buttons.

 

Tutorials & Projects

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