Powered by the G2H2 controller, this general-purpose module incorporates an industrial panel with an integrated touchscreen designed for applications that demand long-term availability. With an NXP i.MX 6Solo processor, the module offers a wealth of I/O interfaces for connecting to other sections of a medical or industrial product. It can be powered by an input of 5VDC.
LCD and Touchscreen Specifications
Get detailed panel specifications.
Power and Grounding
The G2H2 module requires a 5V DC input, +/- 5%. At boot-up it uses a maximum 970 mA with no external devices attached. If the module will be supplying power to external USB devices (500mA max.), the input power should be a minimum of 5.15 V to meet the USB specification at the far end of the longest USB cable run. The module can also supply +5V to other external devices on some of the connectors, and all such supplies need to be considered in the power budget. The input power connector can handle 3A of nominal 5V input.
The board mounting holes are connected to digital ground. These must be connected to chassis ground either directly or through a transient protection diode for ESD.
|Part Number||Date||Change Log||File Size||Image|
|S060-002||02/01/2018||This is the initial release for the G2H2-5P (Full I/O) display module||416 MB||S060-002|
Accessories come with Development Kits, however, some customers need additional items for prototyping. In that case, items can be purchased online by model.
Instructions on how to power up and connect to your module, download and install software, work with sample applications and components, and publish your application to a module. Windows Quick Start Guide
Instructions on how to power up and connect to your module, install software, use the tools in the Linux Development Virtual Machine, work with a cross-compiler, and deploy your application. Linux Quick Start Guide
See how to get your kit up-and-running once it arrives.
See how to set up an application, design your first screen, and download code to the module. These videos were created using a 7″ display module yet are applicable to this 5.7″ module.
See how to set up an application, design your first screen, and download code to the module. (Note: Instead of using 800 x 600 to define the rectangle dimension of a 7″ screen as shown at 1:16 minutes into the video, change “Rectangle Width” to “640” and “Rectangle Height” to “480” for the 5.7″ screen).
Find more tutorial resources.