3.5 inch Raspberry Pi Touch Screen 480*320 LCD Display + Touch Pen + ABS Case Box for Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+/3B or Raspberry Pi 4B
Note : This link does not inlcude Raspberry Pi board !
This case is used for the people use 3.5 inch screen : When you use the touchscreen , just remove the cover board and fan; When you don't use the touchscreen , you can use the cover and fan , which become a normal case.
Please note that you can use the 3.5 inch touchscreen and fan at the same time ! ( as the picture )
The touch screen connect to Raspberry Pi by GPIO pin only , please don't use the HDMI interface when you use the touch screen.
About Case :
1. Dual use :
1). This case support to install 3.5 inch touchscreen , and need to remove the cover board and fan in this using way. ( You can not install the 3.5 inch screen and fan at the same time )
2). When you don't use the 3.5 inch touchscreen , it is a general case with cooling fan.
2. Full access for Raspberry Pi :
We leave every hole for SD card , HDMI , AV , Ethernet , USB , POE , Camera , MIPI DSI ports.
3. Support cooling fan :
You can install the cooling fan on the cover board , which make the best heat dissipation and extend the using life of Raspberry Pi. ( You can not install the 3.5 inch screen and fan at the same time )
4. Hange hole on the bottom :
We make 2 hole on the bottom so that you can hange the case on the wall or something else . This design is very convenient when using the 3.5 inch touchscreen.
5. There are Black / Transaperent color to chose for the case .
6. About the pad – use to support the screen
1). Install the Raspberry Pi on the base board
2). Please stick the pad on the back of 3.5 inch touchscreen ( as the picture show ) , then insert the 3.5 inch touchscreen on Raspberry Pi by GPIO pin correctly ( don't be malposed )
3). Install the cover board
About 3.5 inch Touch Screen :
You need to configure the driver to use this touch screen, support Raspbian/Ubuntu/Kali-linux system.(Ubuntu just support RPI 3B/3B+, doesn't support RPI 4B )
Please use our recommended system for touch screen. If you use other systems, it may not have touch function or may not work. You need to configure it yourself. Because there are many systems that the Raspberry Pi can use, we can’t make every system compatible with our touch screen.
Here is the link to download the system image which already configure the driver ( at the end of link ):
We also provide the configure method for Raspbian system :
How to use :
Refer to this video : //youtu.be/5DAn_5-1Jg4
You can download the system imgae which configured well at the bottom of this link : //www.lcdwiki.com/3.5inch_RPi_Display
Please plug the screen on Raspberry Pi's GPIO pins correctly ( as the picture) . If you misplace it , the screen will lose the touch function forever. Make sure the right pin of screen is aligned before powering up.
Packing List :
1 x 3.5 inch Touchscreen ( not include Raspberry Pi )
1 x Touch Pen
1 x ABS Case
( as following picture )
Touch screen calibration
This LCD can be calibrated using a program called xinput_calibrator
1. Install it with the commands :
sudo dpkg -i -B xinput-calibrator_0.7.5-1_armhf.deb
2. Click the Men button on the task bar, choose Preference -> Calibrate Touchscreen.
3. Finish the touch calibration following the prompts. Maybe rebooting is required to make calibration active.
4. You can create a 99-calibration.conf file to save the touch parameters (not necessary if file exists).
5. Save the touch parameters (may differ depending on LCD) to 99-calibration.conf