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HDMI 5 Inch 800x480 TFT Display for Raspberry Pi B+/2B/3B

Model : RPA05010R

Initial Weight : 122.00g

$37.90 $46.00

Availability: In stock

This 5 inch TFT Display with Touch Screen is a mini panel-mountable HDMI monitor. So small and simple, Although the 800x480 common HDMI display is made for Raspberry Pi B+/2B/3B. And the shape makes it easy to attach to a electronic product.


  • 5 inch HDMI display monitor with high resolution picture and large viewing screen.
  • Resolution: 800x480 LCD Display with touch function, 5 inch, back light control to lower power consumption.
  • Large viewing angle, fast response time, full color display. Could provide the driver for Raspberry Pi 2B B+ Raspberry Pi 3B.
  • Supports any revision of Raspberry Pi and working perfect for Raspberry Pi B+/2B Raspberry Pi 3B etc.



  • USB cable for 5V@1A power
  • Lcd driver IC: ILI9486L
  • Refresh rate:60HZ
  • Display Size :121mm*78mm>


Package list

  • 5 inch Touch LCD Display x1
  • HDMI connector x1
  • Touch pen x1


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Rasberry Pi 3 - Easy Install Instructions Review by IslePilot
This screen is a great little device. It is bright and crisp. The touchscreen works well. Installing it took me quite a few tries though, so I thought I would post my findings to help someone else.

I have have only tested this on a Raspberry Pi 3 running Debian Jessie, but it may work on other versions and flavors.

Strong recommendation: Do not bother downloading the so-called "driver" noted in various places. The version for Debian Jessie is really just a script that copies configuration files (that seem to have some errors) into your /etc/ directories that brick your device. Happily, there is no need to do this, you can easily modify the files yourself.

Prior to connecting the new display, do the following:

The only software you need is for the touchscreen. You can get this with "sudo apt-get install xinput-calibrator"

Then edit /boot/config.txt to add the following lines:
hdmi_cvt 800 400 60 6 0 0 0

dtoverlay=ads7846,cs=1,penirq=25,penirq_pull=2,speed=50000,keep_vref_on=0,swapxy=0,pmax=255,xohms=150,xmin=200,xmax=3900,ymin=200,ymax=3900 <======Note this is all on 1 line!

Shutdown the pi, and connect the display. When you power it back up, you should have a perfect display. You can now calibrate the touchscreen by running Menu-->Preferences-->Calibrate Touchscreen. Click each of the four targets when requested and then you will get a text window which explains what you should put into a calibration file. For the Pi, the filename should be /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/99-calibration.conf.

And presto, you are done. I bricked my Pi 4 times getting this figured out...it is silly how easy it is once you know what needs to be done.

Good luck! (Posted on 5/2/2017)
so simple to use Review by James
i think my raspberry pi has been fall in love with it, simple to use and works well. (Posted on 1/11/2017)

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