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Raspberry Pi 3.5 inch LCD B
Raspberry Pi 3.5 inch LCD B
RPi 3.5inch LCD Display
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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 ./LCD35-show

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 #6

11 months ago
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My screen is showing a rainbow color effect and is divided into sections where one is a visible desktop, but the rest are scrolling or in a constant state of moving or scrolling.

Any helpful advice?


11 months ago
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Hi dear,1. Is this issue happen at the beginning, or does it appear after a period of normal use? 2. Raspberry Pi leads to 40 GPIO pins, while the screen leads to 26 pins.Please make sure the corresponding screen pins and Raspberry Pi pins is correct

3. Please download the latest version of the image (Raspbian/Ubuntu Mate/Kali or Retropie) from the Raspberry Pi official website and test again.

Anonymous user #5

15 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

24 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

24 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

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

Anonymous user #1

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

Anonymous user #1

26 months ago
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I think I found it

Anonymous user #3

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