[aprssig] APRS in-dash display

Greg D ko6th.greg at gmail.com
Sun Jan 17 18:24:08 CST 2016


Yes, the 4-pin plug is going to be a challenge to find (where's that 
bucket of hens' teeth, when you need it?), but adding an HDMI display is 
not really an option.  No space.  The car is one where you don't get 
into it, you put it on...

If adding a 7" display were an option, the Pi 's native one looks very 
nice.  Touch input, even.  Alas.

Greg  KO6TH


KF4LVZ wrote:
> That's true, it's on the 3.5mm jack but you have to make sure to get a
> 4-conductor TRRS plug to access it while the board already has the HDMI
> port built-in.  If the OP plans to put an LCD screen in already it's
> easier to just get one that supports HDMI natively (or the Pi's built-in
> display ribbon connector).  It's a little harder to get quality TRRS
> cables.  Plus, the HDMI will provide better video resolution and most
> HDMI monitors will also have an analog input which can provide support
> for the desired rear-view camera (some displays even support
> Picture-in-picture)
>
> On 2016-01-17 14:32, Greg D wrote:
>> The separate plug is gone on the 2B, but I believe the video signal is
>> still available on the 2.5mm jack.
>>
>> Greg  KO6TH
>>
>>
>> KF4LVZ via aprssig wrote:
>>> On 2016-01-17 11:49, Greg D via aprssig wrote:
>>>> Hi Lee, all,
>>>>
>>>> Yes, sorry.  Typo...  The Pi has a built-in baseband 640x480 video
>>>> (aka RCA)
>>>> output, so I won't need the adapter box.
>>> Only the Pi A and B version 1 has the RCA plug.  All the other Pis have
>>> HDMI video.
>>>
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