ODROID VU7 800x480p 7 inch HDMI Multi Touch Display
If you are looking for a small HDMI screen with a Multi-Touch feature, then you might consider ODROID-VU7. It is a 7-inch HDMI display, with a resolution of 800x400 pixels. The display enables you to integrate projects so you might use it as a game-console, embedded system, tablet, or an infotainment system. It can be connected with ODROID-C1+ or ODROID-C2. The display is compatible with these ODROID boards by using a Micro-USB and an HDMI which facilitates signal transmission and power handling. Connect the Direct Current (DC) plug with the ODROID board through the DC Jack. The ODROID-VU7 is compatible with Android and Linux on ODROID-C2, ODROID-XU4, and ODROID-C1+.
Specifications of ODROID-VU7 HDMI Multi-Touch Display
- Display Size: 7 inches
- Display Type: LCD (TFT)
- Touch: 5 Finger Touch | USB ID (0EEF:0005)
- Resolution of Screen: 800 x 480 (pixels)
- Angle of Vision: Down = 50o and Left, Right, Up = 70o
- Slide Switch (Backlight On/Off)
- Power Usage: 5Volt or 600mA
- Display Dimensions: 153.6mm x 86.64mm | 15.36cm x 8.664cm
- Overall Dimensions: 172.9mm x 124.3mm x 15mm | 17.29cm x 12.43cm x 1.5cm
- 1x Multi-Touch Display (7-inch HDMI)
- 1x Micro USB Link Board
- 1x HDMI Link Board
- 3x Hexagon Nuts and 6x Screws (3.5mm)
- 1x 35cm USB Cable (Micro to Type A)
- USB Cable (Micro to Micro)
- 1x 35cm HDMI Cable (Type A to Type A)
- The only backlight control is the slide switch on display. There is no other software for controlling brightness adjustments or turning backlight On/Off.
- After-image and noise occur in the case of ODROID-C1+ when OTG port is being used. It can happen after turning OFF the system.
- The screen also displays noise when is powered down or boot process as it doesn’t feature off-sync filter.
- To fix these issues, R94 from ODROID-C1+ needs to be removed.
- In the case of ODROID-C1+ Revision 0.4 (dated: 30/09/2015), all you need to remove is the J8 Jumper to solve the issue.