Sumanta
Sumanta
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RE: Limited GPIO Pins

@davee Thanks for this advice. 😀 I have decided to allocate 5 GND pins on the Pi to connect to the 5 GND pins on the display. The rest 3 GND pins...

1 year ago
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RE: Limited GPIO Pins

@davee After a bit of research, I found that these NC pins(Not Connected) aren't actually connected to anything, although they are physically connecte...

1 year ago
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RE: Limited GPIO Pins

Please ignore my last message. I completely forgot that the Raspberry Pi has 8 GND pins and not 5. I apologise for my carelessness.

1 year ago
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RE: Limited GPIO Pins

@davee Okay then. I will surely follow your advice. 😀 But the problem is, I can allow only 4 GND connections for this purpose, as I'll be using this...

1 year ago
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RE: Limited GPIO Pins

@davee Forgot to mention the HDMI connector. Only one ground connection will do, right? Because the display actually needs 5 GND connections.

1 year ago
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RE: Limited GPIO Pins

@davee Then, I'll only need to connect 5 pins of the GPIO to the display.(The TP_xx ones) 5V, 3.3V and GND pins on the Pi shall remain free, as I'll...

1 year ago
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RE: Limited GPIO Pins

I think this method shall work for me, as I have never soldered anything. I want to use the micro USB socket for powering up the display, so that ...

1 year ago
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RE: Limited GPIO Pins

@davee This is the user manual of the LCD display. According to this, I think I'll have to connect all the required GPIO pins to the display, exce...

1 year ago
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RE: Limited GPIO Pins

@davee Thank you so much for your advice. 😀 I was looking for something like this. So now, I will not have to use up 26 of the GPIO pins. I will u...

1 year ago
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RE: Fritzing + images ?

@zeferby Glad to help you. Best of luck for the recreation of your workshop. 👍

1 year ago
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RE: Limited GPIO Pins

@will Yeah. That's an idea. Thanks. 😀

1 year ago
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RE: Limited GPIO Pins

Will the LCD display work, if I power it through the USB cable and connect the HDMI port to the Pi and don't use the GPIO pins at all?

1 year ago
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RE: Raspberry Pi version

@madmisha You're right. Debian Buster with Raspberry Pi Desktop is the one which I downloaded and am using the ISO file to boot my VM. It's working fi...

1 year ago
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RE: Raspberry Pi version

@frogandtoad For the first time in my life, I worked with the Raspberry Pi OS today (in a Virtual Machine of course). Thank you so much for your sug...

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