March 25, 2013   Posted by: Dr. Ace Jeangle

7 inch 1280×800 capacitive multi-touch LCD

Dear friends, finally this happen!
We want to present 7” capacitive multi-touch IPS LCD with 1280x800 resolution.

Features:
  • fully integrated solution - no external boards and cables
  • slim design (<10 mm thickness including electronic and connectors)
  • easy installation – just connect and it will work
  • mini HDMI input accepts any resolution up to 1920x1080 (FullHD)
  • slim-profile power connector (OD=2.6mm, ID=0.65mm, positive central pin)
  • mini USB connector for touchscreen with support for driver-less single touch, or multi-touch with additional driver
  • audio engine provides decoding of HDMI stream audio and outputs it to standard 2.5mm connector
  • external ambient light sensor for automatic brightness control
  • internal LVDS scaler allows to get HDMI with any resolution from virtually any HDMI source, like RaspberryPi, Beagleboard/Pandaboard/, Beaglebone Black, Hackberry, Odroid, Cubox, mk802 and others Android stick clones, Gooseberry, Nitrogen/Sabre, OLinuXino-A13, normal PC/notebook, video players, etc.


Available in 2 versions: 7" open frame touch LCD 7" black frame touch LCD

Display specifications:
  • Display: 7” full-color a-Si TFT with IPS technology
  • Native resolution: 1280x800 pixels
  • Aspect ratio: 16:10 (widescreen)
  • Display colors: 262K (6-bits per color)
  • Active area: 152mm (H) x 95.5mm (V)
  • Surface treatment: 3H glass, Glare
  • Weight: 110 grams
  • Input voltage: 5V DC
  • Operating temp: -20C … 70C
  • Storage temp: -30C … 80C
  • Power consumption: 3.1W (typ)
  • Brightness: 400 cd/m2 (nits)
  • Contrast ratio: 800:1
  • Viewing angle: 89 deg (all directions)


Technical drawings:
Technical drawing: 7 inch with black frame
Technical drawing: 7 inch with open frame

Order can be placed here:
7 inch LCD with black frame
7 inch LCD with open frame
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28 comments
  1. Sven Petersen
    Mar 26, 2013

    “fully integrated solution” -> so there is really no need anymore for a HDMI-LVDS converter for the raspberry pi?
    thanks in advance

    • Dr. Ace Jeangle
      Mar 27, 2013

      HDMI-LVDS is integrated to LCD electronic, so you don’t need separate converter.

  2. wanthalf
    Mar 27, 2013

    Two questions:

    Is the black frame removable so that an open frame can be taken out of it, or is the frame glued to the display?

    Is the surface glossy or matte? (on both?)

  3. Dr. Ace Jeangle
    Mar 27, 2013

    1. Cable is available as an optional accessory during order.
    2. MiniUSB is for touchscreen.
    3. Multi-touch requires re-build of your kernel with HID Touchscreen driver.

  4. Dr. Ace Jeangle
    Mar 27, 2013

    1. Yes, it has optional light sensor (available as additionally accessory).
    2. No. Btw, I can’t find LCD with your p/n. Can give me a link?

  5. wesley
    Mar 29, 2013

    Will it work with odroid? Odroid HDMI can only output 720p and 1080p, hence if I connect to odroid will it scale to 1280×720? Thx

    • Dr. Ace Jeangle
      Apr 02, 2013

      Current version doesn’t have LVDS scaler. You can buy 7″ capacitive that we just introduced – this comes with scaler. Universal board will be presented later in May.

  6. glar
    Apr 02, 2013

    will there be a 10″ version of this?

    • Dr. Ace Jeangle
      Apr 02, 2013

      Current 10″ solution has most of these features. New platform for 10″ is scheduled for June.

  7. Dr. Ace Jeangle
    Apr 02, 2013

    CE070FF02

    • wanthalf
      Apr 02, 2013

      Not found by Google… :-(

  8. Dr. Ace Jeangle
    Apr 02, 2013

    Yes.

  9. Dr. Ace Jeangle
    Apr 02, 2013

    There is no holes, but there are mounting brackets on sides.

  10. Dr. Ace Jeangle
    Apr 02, 2013

    Connectors are placed on the middle vertical line of back side.

  11. Dr. Ace Jeangle
    Apr 02, 2013

    Yes. It is standard HID Multitouch driver that is available in main branch of Linux kernel.

  12. Dr. Ace Jeangle
    Apr 02, 2013

    It can be powered through USB, but it will require a little bit higher current than standard 0.5A of USB.

  13. Dr. Ace Jeangle
    Apr 02, 2013

    I’m out of office to China to inspect our new PCB factory. Sorry, but Internet is widely available here. I answered your question in another topic. Your LCD comes without embedded backlight driver.

  14. Dr. Ace Jeangle
    Apr 02, 2013

    1. 10″ is to be released in June.
    2. It has mounting brackets on both sides. Will make photos to showup.
    3. You can power through miniUSB that is frot touchscreen. Just take care that your source can provide 0.7A/5V

  15. gP
    Apr 09, 2013

    Any idea how long shipping will take to the US (zip code 95650)?

    • Dr. Ace Jeangle
      Apr 09, 2013

      DHL will take 3-5 days, standard air mail is usually 10-12 days.

  16. Dr. Ace Jeangle
    Apr 09, 2013

    Our panel is tested to work down to -20C only.

  17. Dr. Ace Jeangle
    Apr 09, 2013

    7″ provides USB HID commands for backlight control.

  18. Dr. Ace Jeangle
    Apr 09, 2013

    Shipping cost is added after you enter your address in Paypal. Please, see our FAQ for detailed answer.

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  21. Igor Babichev
    Jun 26, 2014

    Can you please let me know where can I get windows multi-touch drivers for the 7″ panel?

    • Dr. Ace Jeangle
      Jun 27, 2014

      You don’t need drivers for Windows (of course, your Windows must 7 or later), because it is USB HID device, and can work without drivers.

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