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4D Systems - uLCD-43PT-Raspberry PI Starter Kit

4D Systems - uLCD-43PT-Raspberry PI Starter Kit

The SK-43PT-PI is a starter kit for the uLCD-43PT-PI and includes all of the components needed to immediately get started with the uLCD-43PT-PI. The kit includes a uLCD-43PT - a 4,3-inch LCD Display Module, a 4D Pi Adaptor and 5-way interface cable, 4GB microSD Card and the 4D Programming Cable. The uLCD-43PT-PI has a comprehensive range of serial commands ready to be received from the Raspberry Pi, to draw primitives such as lines, rectangles, circles and text, displaying images, playing sound and logging data to micro-SD card. Communication to the Display Module is performed via the Raspberry Pi´s serial port (RX and TX). Power for the display is supplied from the Raspberry Pi´s 5V bus, no external power is required.

uLCD-43PT-PI Features:

  • uLCD-43PT display module with resistive touch screen
  • 4D Serial Pi adaptor shield
  • 5-way interface cable
  • Display module powered directly off the Raspberry Pi´s 5V bus
  • Serial commands from the Raspberry Pi
  • Comprehensive Raspberry Pi Library (for Serial or ViSi-Genie)

What's in the box:

  • uLCD-43PT Display Module
  • 4D Serial Pi Adaptor
  • 150mm 5-way Female-Female jumper cable
  • 5-way Male-Male adaptor
  • 4GB microSD Card
  • 4D Programming Cable

Note: Raspberry Pi is not included.

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  • Stock: RETIRED
  • Brand: 4D Systems
  • Model: 4DS-03476
Ex Tax: 145.08€
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