I need to check that and report back. I believe it will be less than 50mA, but I will confirm.smx wrote:Hello texy,
I have a couple of questions.
- 1. How much power does this shield use?
- a. nothing displayed
- b. displaying
How high do the heatsinks go? The shield pcb rests on top of the ethernet port connector (on a model B).smx wrote:
- 2. I am using 3 heatsinks on my Rapsberry Pi. Doe they interfere with the size of your shield?
Yes - they are made available on a replication of the GPIO port on the shield pcb - you can just see part of the silkscreen through the top left mounting hole of the TFT pcb in the picture.smx wrote:
- 3. Is access to the remaining GPIO pins possible?
Yes - someone has fitted one to a pibow case here : http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewt ... 77#p356770smx wrote:
- 4. Do you know of any case that fits this shield-Pi-combination's characteristics?
Indeed I'd like to get everything related to the kit except the 16 pin LCD itself, I'll solder them all myself.texy wrote:Hi,
I can do yes. Do you mean a kit, where you solder it all yourself (without the LCD supplied)?
I am out of pcb's at the moment, but they are on the way.....
Done, sent!texy wrote:Send me a pm and I will add you to the waiting list
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