[aprssig] APRS in-dash display
kb1chu at aol.com
Sun Jan 17 22:52:44 CST 2016
All the major supply houses stock the 4 conductor plug. Adafruit also
has a jack with breakout board! Steve kb1chu
On 01/17/2016 07:24 PM, Greg D via aprssig wrote:
> 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
>> 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
>>>> HDMI video.
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