June 26, 2012   Posted by: Dr. Ace Jeangle

We start selling BeagleBone cape for LCD with LVDS interface

Finally, we finished with all tests and are ready to present our new LCD cape for BeagleBone.

BeagleBone LCD cape

We will sell it as a separate assembled PCB ($34.99) to connect to any of your LCD with LVDS interface, and also as a plug-and-play bundle ($134.99) with our 10″ 1024×600 LCD with capacitive touchscreen and ambient light sensor. Here is photo of bundle in action:

BeagleBone LCD cape in action

Selling will start first week of July. First 10 buyers will get 10% discount. Follow us on Twitter to be among first buyers: Follow @ChalkElec

10 comments posted in: blog
10 comments
  1. mcan
    Jul 06, 2012

    when it will ready for sale?

  2. Dr. Ace Jeangle
    Jul 18, 2012

    Ready, and it is in stock.

  3. Andy
    Sep 13, 2012

    can i drive a New Haven Display 2.4 inch TFT lcd (with ILI9340 driver IC – http://www.newhavendisplay.com/nhd24240320sfctxif1-p-3976.html) with this cape? Thank you

  4. Vu Minh
    Sep 24, 2012

    1024×600 is not avaible in default kerner image of beaglebone, can you give every body some demo image with 1024×600 resolution?

  5. Bryan Pape
    Oct 03, 2012

    Andy, I’m unable to get the display working with the latest Angstrom image. I know that the image is booting because I can log in over ethernet, but I don’t see anything on the LCD (1280×800… it has the black frame). The backlight does come on however. Is there something I’m missing?

  6. Dr. Ace Jeangle
    Jan 31, 2013

    SN75LVDS83 has significantly lower max. PLL frequency. So, you should check with your LCD datasheet if this will work in your case.

  7. Dr. Ace Jeangle
    Jan 31, 2013

    There are no secrets, its open-source. All schematics are available in Support/Sources section.

  8. Dr. Ace Jeangle
    Feb 06, 2013

    This LCD has 68.9 MHZ pixel frequency (see page 11 of its datasheet: SN75LVDS83 has max. freq. 68 MHz, pretty close, so there are chances that it will work.

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