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

Model : RPA05010R

Initial Weight : 255.00g

$37.90 $46.00

Availability: In stock

Now we have this 5 inch TFT display with touch screen that can provide high resolution picture and large viewing screen for your Raspberry Pi. The display supports any revision of Raspberry Pi and working perfect for Raspberry Pi B+/ 2B/ 3B. It is low power consumption for the back light of the screen. The high 800 x 480 resolution can give you a full color experience, touch screen allows users play easily.
Although the 800 x 480 common HDMI display is designed for Raspberry Pi, you can use it other where not only for Raspberry Pi.


  • 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.



  • Resolution: 800 x 480
  • 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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