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NTSC/PAL (Television) TFT Display - 3.5 Diagonal

SKU: ADA913

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NTSC/PAL (Television) TFT Display - 3.5 Diagonal
75.5 AUD

SKU: ADA913

$75.50 AUD, inc GST
2 reviews 0 5 5
Ships today (delivered by Thu, 25th of May)

If you've got a project that needs some vision, then this handy little TFT screen is just the thing you're looking for. It's a 3.5" display designed for analogue video signals with NTSC/PAL driver board. It takes a 6-15V DC input and has pre-soldered RCA connectors for composite video and provides two different channels: AV1 and AV2. Only one channel can be used at a time, and if AV2 detects a signal then it will replace the signal on AV1, allowing for two sources to be connected.

A simple menu system for controlling brightness, colour and contrast can be accessed via the three onboard push-buttons. The control board is connected to the screen via a thin ribbon cable which must be handled with care to avoid damage to the connector.

Whether it's for a Raspberry Pi to bring vintage game emulations to life, or the resurrection of old hardware such as a VCR, this NTSC/PAL TFT Display is going to be perfect for your project.

Tech Specs:

  • Power with 6-12VDC only into onboard buck converter
  • 150mA power draw at 12V, 350mA at 6V
  • Control board measures 70mm x 52mm x 11.15mm
  • Visible display dimensions: 70.08mm horizontal x 52.56mm vertical
  • Resolution: 320 RGB wide x 240 high
  • Dot pitch: 0.219 mm wide x 0.219 mm high
  • Display metal case dimensions: 76.9mm x 63.9mm x 3.3mm
  • Weight: 48g

Adafruit have the raw CLAA035QVA01 Display Datasheet which can tell you more about the display itself (but not the control board)

Revision History:

  • Sept 4, 2014 - The manufacturer has changed the design of the driver, it now uses a new chipset but is functionally identical.

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Customer Reviews

  1. Review by Terrence - Bright Display verified purchaser
    Rating
    100

    This is an excellent product, great colours and very bright even in my very well lit work area. I have tested it with my Raspberry Pi, DVD Player and a cheap HDMI to composite converter as well as a high quality HDMI to composite converter and it has worked perfectly on all units, I must admit the cheap HDMI unit surprised me as it looked as good as everything else on this display. I would highly recommend it for use with your RPi projects. (Posted on 23/11/2014)

  2. Review by cvandal - You can't go wrong with Adafruit
    Rating
    100

    Adafruit make some of the best electronic kits. I'm using this TFT display on a miniature arcade machine powered by a Raspberry Pi. (Posted on 10/03/2014)

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