Hello,BreakerShadow wrote:Thank you very much!
I tried to connect it to a 5V source, and you were right - it just worked fine!
To help anybody with the same board - my setup in the picture above is:
3.7V 2200mAh Battery
Power Boost 500 (Boost your 3.7V to 5V)
Connect the red an black wire from the display to the Power Boost + and -
Connect the white or yellow cable to raspberry pi video output
Fire up the raspberry pi
I have got the same pcb but I am not able to power with 5v or 3.3v.
I have made some test with raspberry GPIO (3.3v and 5v) outpout and with a USB cable (5v) and the monitor do not turn on.
With 12v, it works perfectly. I use a raspberry pi 1.
Can you help me ?