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3.5 Inch 480x320 TFT Display with Touch Screen for Raspberry Pi


It is the cutest, little display for the Raspberry Pi. It features a 3.5" display with 480x320 16-bit color pixels and a resistive touch overlay. It's designed to fit nicely not only to the Pi Model A or B but also works perfectly fine with the Model B+.


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  • 480x320 resolution
  • Universal 3.5” Display for the Raspberry Pi
  • Compatible with Raspberry Pi A, B, A+, B+, and Pi2 versions
  • Powered not only from your computer, but also from your portable power
  • Adapt for Raspbian system


  • LCD Type:TFT
  • LCD Interface:SPI
  • Touch Screen Type:Resistive
  • Touch Screen Controller:XPT2046
  • Colors:65536
  • Backlight:LED
  • Resolution:480*320 (Pixel)

Interface Function



When users connect the Raspberry Pi to use, they need to configure the official system. Or you can also burn the configured system image directly.
Tips:Basic for Raspbian Jessie with PIXEL (2017-04-10-raspbian-jessie.img)

Step 1:Download the Raspbian IMG

Step 2: Burn the system image If you don't know how to do that,you can refer to the Raspberry Pi office tutorial

Step 3: Open terminal and Download the driver on RPI


sudo git clone

Step 4: Install driver


cd LCD-show/
sudo chmod +x LCD35-show
sudo ./LCD35-show

Touch screen calibration

  • This LCD can be calibrated using a program called xinput_calibrator
  • **Install it with the commands: **
    cd Elecrow-LCD35<br></br>
    sudo dpkg -i -B xinput-calibrator_0.7.5-1_armhf.deb
  • Click the Men button on the task bar, choose Preference -> Calibrate Touchscreen.
  • Finish the touch calibration following the prompts. Maybe rebooting is required to make calibration active.
  • You can create a 99-calibration.conf file to save the touch parameters (not necessary if file exists).
  • Save the touch parameters (may differ depending on LCD) to 99-calibration.conf, as shown in the picture:

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