Add-ons

LeMaker 7" LVDS LCD for Banana Pi & Pro

46 11739
I came in contact with Lenovator but had no response. = \

I will end up buying the correct screen for quite liked the quality.

My LCD began to show the problem according to the photo. The HDMI usually displays the image of LeMedia but the LCD is that way.He does spoiled? I broke that little latch CSI connector but pasted so that seems to have barely been seated.

Anyway even stirring gives no sign of life on the screen.

My LCD began to show the problem according to the photo. The HDMI usually displays the image of LeMedia but the LCD is that way.He does spoiled? I broke that little latch CSI connector but pasted so that seems to have barely been seated.

Anyway even stirring gives no sign of life on the screen.

There are four possibilities:

1) the cable is not fuly seated

2) the LVDS interface on your BPi is now dead

3) the LVDS interface on your LCD is now dead

4) your cable now has some broken connections

Since the backlight is on, the cable is plugged in the correct orientation, but that does not mean that it is fully seated for all the pins.

True. But I tried plugging of the all forms. Tried with glue and nothing.

I hope the problem is the cable or the Bpi. I already bought another Bpi-M2 and the cable here in Brazil. Another screen I would have to buy from China again and this would impact on wait at least another four months.

I do tests with the board and new cable next week and come back here to give feedback.

Thank you for help! I hope contribute with of the forum also!

You are welcome.

I think it is most likely that it is the connector, on the BPi, or the LCD.

At least if it is the BPi, it can still be used with an HDMI monitor.

gian  
tkaiser replied at Tue Nov 25, 2014 09:01
Can you switch off the backlight / LCD using the aforementioned GPIO approach? Eg. using

Hello,
to sum I would like to know which command is correct to switch off /on  backlight for  7" LCD (no pwm)


thank you so much

I bought one new cable and it didn't solved the problem.
I also bought a Banana Pi M2 and they couldn't support to LeMaker LCD.

LeMaker couldn't help SinoVoip to support LCD 7" in M2?

http://forum.banana-pi.org/t/bpi ... ing-plz-help/210/39

You have to log in before you can reply Login | Sign Up

Points Rules