Raspberry Pi touch monitor

namename Posts: 1New Member
Hello I bought UpBoard and this monitor https://www.amazon.com/Elecrow-RPA05010R-800x480-Display-Raspberry/dp/B013JECYF2/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1499720612&sr=8-3&keywords=5inch+monitor+hdmi

I got it powered, but I can't get the touch screen to work.

UpBoard claims to have Raspberry Pi compatible connector, anyone have any idea how to get this to work?

Comments

  • Michael MillerMichael Miller Posts: 93New Member
    The touch function on that screen uses I2C interface. The UP doesn't currently support I2C under windows due to limitations in how Windows supports I2C devices. My understanding is that you would essentially have to have a custom driver for whatever device you are using.
  • AlingAling Posts: 505Administrator, AAEON, UP reseller admin
    In Windows the I2C device driver needs to be developed according to a different device.
    Here is sample code of I2C:

    Currently, we only got ready for I2C and DIO, you can download the sample codes from below FTP.
    ftp://ae:[email protected]
    File name:I2C.rar and Dio.rar
  • WereCatfWereCatf Posts: 201New Member
    The XPT2046 is actually an SPI-device, not I2C.
  • DCleriDCleri Posts: 558Administrator, AAEON admin
    The 40-pin header is fully functional only under Linux, in particular using our provided Kernels (ubilinux 3.0, ubuntu via ppa or Yocto 2.1).

    You can see the list of tested/verified HATs here: https://up-community.org/wiki/Verified_HATs
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