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Thread: "Transflective" LCD panel with res touch+controler for $101+$36 S+H

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    I just purchased one, I'm gonna have to figure out how to get it in my dash, but for the price I couldn't not buy it.

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    Has anybody received and tested their panel yet? I'm thinking of buying one as well, by the measurements it looks like it would fit perfectly to the Lilliput 629 duble din frame. (Not sure about the controller board but that can be hacked somehow )

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    I've found the attached PDF about the display, maybe it will be useful for some of you
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    I just got mine in tonight, I just hooked it up and its awesome. Took some vids with my phone, let me try to figure out how to upload them and I'll get the vids posted!
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    Alright here's two quick videos of it, please excuse the horrible narrator and camera lol
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gyueo3fxY9c
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AIZqwEXREJQ




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    Quote Originally Posted by KoGa View Post
    Has anybody received and tested their panel yet? I'm thinking of buying one as well, by the measurements it looks like it would fit perfectly to the Lilliput 629 duble din frame. (Not sure about the controller board but that can be hacked somehow )
    I ordered one Sunday evening and it arrived Thursday afternoon via DHL. Great service.

    The panel is nice for what it is. I am going to remove the factory touch screen in favor of a projected capacitive multi touch.
    The control board on the back of the LCD is going to be an issue for installing inside a housing. I am going to order an extension cable so the LCD ribbon can lay flat against the LCD and the extension will wrap around and connect to the LCD controller. This will make is very easy to center the LCD controller with the LCD panel.

    I was not able to get 800x480 like the pic in the listing shows.

    One thing I noticed right away is that the LCD does not wash out at 100% brightness.

    The tamper label was cut on mine, so I don't know if aftermarket film work was done, or it just happened. But I will mention it to the seller when I inquire about the 800x480.

    All in all it is a decent display. The LCD is about 60% the thickness of a stock Lilliput panel. Very thin.

    Once the sun makes a return visit to my area I will get some outdoor shots and maybe a video with the cap. touch screen.

    With the extension I mentioned, this should fit with no problem in a double DIN frame and most likely will fit a 629, 701 or 669 housing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tft_lcd_org View Post
    The panel is nice for what it is. I am going to remove the factory touch screen in favor of a projected capacitive multi touch.
    The control board on the back of the LCD is going to be an issue for installing inside a housing. I am going to order an extension cable so the LCD ribbon can lay flat against the LCD and the extension will wrap around and connect to the LCD controller. This will make is very easy to center the LCD controller with the LCD panel.
    Cool.

    I was not able to get 800x480 like the pic in the listing shows.
    Hummm. What's up with that I wonder?

    One thing I noticed right away is that the LCD does not wash out at 100% brightness.
    That is good news. One of the things I hate most on my Xenarc is that you can't get past 60-75% brightness or it will washout. I wonder if they do this to inflate the high nit numbers. My Tablet PC can go all the way to the max, no issues, great screens.

    All in all it is a decent display. The LCD is about 60% the thickness of a stock Lilliput panel. Very thin.

    Once the sun makes a return visit to my area I will get some outdoor shots and maybe a video with the cap. touch screen.

    With the extension I mentioned, this should fit with no problem in a double DIN frame and most likely will fit a 629, 701 or 669 housing.

    Cool, thanks for all the info. It looks like it's a great display with lots of potential.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tft_lcd_org View Post
    I ordered one Sunday evening and it arrived Thursday afternoon via DHL. Great service.

    The panel is nice for what it is. I am going to remove the factory touch screen in favor of a projected capacitive multi touch.
    The control board on the back of the LCD is going to be an issue for installing inside a housing. I am going to order an extension cable so the LCD ribbon can lay flat against the LCD and the extension will wrap around and connect to the LCD controller. This will make is very easy to center the LCD controller with the LCD panel.

    I was not able to get 800x480 like the pic in the listing shows.

    One thing I noticed right away is that the LCD does not wash out at 100% brightness.

    The tamper label was cut on mine, so I don't know if aftermarket film work was done, or it just happened. But I will mention it to the seller when I inquire about the 800x480.

    All in all it is a decent display. The LCD is about 60% the thickness of a stock Lilliput panel. Very thin.

    Once the sun makes a return visit to my area I will get some outdoor shots and maybe a video with the cap. touch screen.

    With the extension I mentioned, this should fit with no problem in a double DIN frame and most likely will fit a 629, 701 or 669 housing.
    I've been looking at it and trying to figure it out for a little while now from the lilliput section of the forums, but do you know any way I'd be able to mod this to auto turn on with the carputer (instead of having to hit the power button)?
    I was planning on just hacking off the 120v inverter that it comes with, and just hooking the power right up to my m2-atx psu for power, and I just need to figure out how to make it auto turn on.

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    I'm interested in this screen as my old sunlight readable Lilliput has just about gone kaput, and I don't want to spend $650 for another 2 years of good use.

    To dyn0mitemat: what resolution were you able to use when you shot those videos?

    To tft_lcd_org: where would one purchase the 3m capacitive t.s. for this application?

    If the capacitive screen will help with the brightness I'd be all for it, but I live in Michigan and I do wear gloves often for 4 months of the year.... I wonder how much of a pain that would be...???

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmassey96 View Post
    I'm interested in this screen as my old sunlight readable Lilliput has just about gone kaput, and I don't want to spend $650 for another 2 years of good use.

    To dyn0mitemat: what resolution were you able to use when you shot those videos?

    To tft_lcd_org: where would one purchase the 3m capacitive t.s. for this application?

    If the capacitive screen will help with the brightness I'd be all for it, but I live in Michigan and I do wear gloves often for 4 months of the year.... I wonder how much of a pain that would be...???
    I didn't even check res, it looked ok as it was when it auto detected it on my desktop. I'll check it next time I hook it up.
    It does very well in bright light, I shined my 200lumen flashlight right on it and it was still usable.
    As far as the touchscreen, I was weary about it also as all the resistive touchscreen's I've used were really irritating to use (hard to push) but this isn't bad. I mean its not as smooth as my droidx, but its definately usable in a car environment.

    Now for a question my dad brought up and I didn't think about. Is this screen going to be fine in the winter in my truck? I don't want it freezing or anything

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