ZJ080NA-08A and pine64
#1
Hi,

I would like to ZJ080NA-08A with pine64, I havent ordered yet but I am planning to order one this week or next week according to your feedbacks. The lcd have same resolution and same aspect ratio as default pine64 lcd. Do you think can I drive it with pine64? What about the capacitive touch screen on it? I couldnt find any specs about ctp.

Thanks.

Datasheet: http://www.vslcd.com/Specification/ZJ080NA-08A.pdf
Specs overview: http://www.panelook.com/ZJ080NA-08A_Inno...17696.html
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#2
I would in the first instance have to say no.

It would probably be possible to get any LCD display working with the pine64 depending on how much effort you're willing to put into it, but unless it is the display that the pine64 guys have specifically modelled the pine64 board around, it will require a lot of work, probably need adapter boards and ribbons, and in the end be more time consuming and expensive than simply using the stock display. This is not like your normal computer monitor or TV where you can just plug in a DVI to HDMI adapter, there are all sort of pinouts, interface protocols and probably even voltage differences.
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#3
(10-06-2016, 04:14 AM)pfeerick Wrote: I would in the first instance have to say no.

It would probably be possible to get any LCD display working with the pine64 depending on how much effort you're willing to put into it, but unless it is the display that the pine64 guys have specifically modelled the pine64 board around, it will require a lot of work, probably need adapter boards and ribbons, and in the end be more time consuming and expensive than simply using the stock display. This is not like your normal computer monitor or TV where you can just plug in a DVI to HDMI adapter, there are all sort of pinouts, interface protocols and probably even voltage differences.

Hi,

I see but I specifically need 8inch capacitive display. In the datasheet there are timings and pinouts. The ribon cable I can find it somehow, and I can design an adapter for the ribon cable too.

I used once lvds display before with patching the kernel. However I dont know how is the procedure to configure gpu to use lvds. There are not so much information on internet. 

Anyway I am willing to try even if I spend time on it, It is good to learn something specific. Thats why most of use here.

Thanks.
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#4
(10-06-2016, 04:32 AM)mbt28 Wrote:
(10-06-2016, 04:14 AM)pfeerick Wrote: I would in the first instance have to say no.

It would probably be possible to get any LCD display working with the pine64 depending on how much effort you're willing to put into it, but unless it is the display that the pine64 guys have specifically modelled the pine64 board around, it will require a lot of work, probably need adapter boards and ribbons, and in the end be more time consuming and expensive than simply using the stock display. This is not like your normal computer monitor or TV where you can just plug in a DVI to HDMI adapter, there are all sort of pinouts, interface protocols and probably even voltage differences.

Hi,

I see but I specifically need 8inch capacitive display. In the datasheet there are timings and pinouts. The ribon cable I can find it somehow, and I can design an adapter for the ribon cable too.

I used once lvds display before with patching the kernel. However I dont know how is the procedure to configure gpu to use lvds. There are not so much information on internet. 

Anyway I am willing to try even if I spend time on it, It is good to learn something specific. Thats why most of use here.

Thanks.

Please note that Pine64 using the modern MiPi interface which use less pin and higher resolution, not the LVDS.
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#5
Yes, actually I missed that point. Only way to use lvds I think using mipi2lvds converters.
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