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Old 11-05-2018, 11:39 PM   #2
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These are being used to make working versions of old Star Trek desktop displays when interfaced to a video driver board and screen. I plan to do it myself when time permits but I've purchased most of the bits already.

This is the spec list from the build I'll be duplicating.

10.1" TFT LCD Display Module 1080P HDMI+VGA+2AV

Display size 10.1 inches
Dimensions 228.6 149.2 2.39typ
Viewing area 216.96 (H) 135.60 (V) mm
Resolution : 1280 800
Panel Type TFT
Display Color 16.7M (6bits + Hi-FRC)
Contrast Ratio 600:1
Brightness 350cd/m2
Interface Type Digital
The number of wiring 40 PIN LVDS
LED back light
Operating temperature -20 ℃ ~ 80 ℃

HDMI+VGA+2AV Driver Board:

Dimension: 90.57 X 65.60 X 12mm
Work Voltage: DC 12V
Up to Resolution: 7~22inch up to 1920*1080
Input: Dual/Single LVDS interface
Work Current: 200~250mA
Input Signal: HDMI VGA AV
Audio: Support
Remote: Optional
OSD: Support

Package Includes:

1 x 10.1" TFT Hig-Resolution Display Module
1 x HDMI+VGA+2AV Driver Board
1 x Keyboard with IR receiver
1 x 10 Pins Cable

And the build looks like this but is a functional computer. I'd show an image of that but I don't have permission to use it.

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