3.5 LCD B

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Raspberry Pi 3.5 inch LCD B
Raspberry Pi 3.5 inch LCD B
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  • 320×480 resolution
  • Resistive touch control
  • With the refresh rate of raspberry pie around 50Hz (Max. 60Hz), play video to play the game without pressure
  • Compatible with Raspberry Pi 4 Model B and Raspberry Pi A, B, A+, B+, 2B, 3B, 3B+versions
  • Drivers provided (works with your own Raspbian/Ubuntu directly)
  • Supports Raspbian system, ubuntu system,kali Linux system

Key Parameters

  • LCD Type: TFT
  • LCD driver IC: ILI9486L
  • LCD Interface: SPI (up to 125MHz SPI input, Max FPS: 50Mhz)
  • Touch Screen Type: Resistive
  • Touch Screen Controller: XPT2046
  • Colors: 65536
  • Backlight: LED
  • Resolution: 320*480 (Pixel)
  • Backlight Current: 120ma
  • Power: 0.16A x 5V
  • Operating Temp. (℃): -20~70



Packing List

  • 1 x TFT Module
  • 1 x Touch Pen

Driver Installation

1. Install the Raspbian/UbuntuMate official mirror

2. Connect with RaspberryPi

  • Align right-side to insert the LCD screen
  • Plug-in MicroSD card, connect network and power


3. Installation guide on Raspbian

  • Login to raspberryPi terminal by SSH (user name: pi ,password: raspberry)
  • Execute the following commands (raspberryPi needs to connect Internet):

or refer to https://github.com/goodtft/LCD-show

cd  /home
sudo  rm  -rf  LCD-show
git clone https://github.com/goodtft/LCD-show.git
chmod  -R  755  LCD-show
cd  LCD-show/
sudo  ./MHS35-show
sudo reboot

4: Installation guide on Ubuntu Mate, Kali, Retropie

  • After the above commands are executed, the system will automatically restart and be able to display and touch normally now.

Note: after installing this driver, the HDMI output will be disabled. If it is necessary to switch back to the HDMI display, execute:

sudo ./LCD-hdmi


Q: How to rotate the screen?

A: run the following shell command:(you need to install driver fristly, change the digital 90 to what you want)

cd LCD-show/
sudo ./rotate.sh 90

Q: Does this screen support Windows?

A: NOT support windows, and supports Raspbian/Ubuntu Mate/Kali/Retropie.

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Anonymous user #5

2 months ago
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I've attempted to get this to run for over a week. It has not ran. I suspect the file is not working with pi 4b . Any help or advice would be nice .

Anonymous user #4

10 months ago
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I miss typed. It should have read as the command sudo ./LCD-hdmi

doesn`t work to return you back to the actual hdmi port output.

Anonymous user #4

10 months ago
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How do I get back to the screen size prior to using ./MHS35-show?

I`ve tried the sudo ./LCD-show command and it does not work .

Anonymous user #2

13 months ago
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Is it possible to use the rest of the GPIO pins?

Anonymous user #1

13 months ago
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How do I get back to the screen size prior to using ./MHS35-show?

Anonymous user #1

13 months ago
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I think I found it

Anonymous user #3

12 months ago
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What did you do to get back to the old screen size?