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Miuzei Raspberry Pi 4 Touch Screen with Case &Fan, 4 inch IPS Full-Angle Game Display, 800x480 Pixel, Support HDMI Input with Touch Pen, 4 Pcs Heatsinks, (Support Raspbian, Kali)

4.2 out of 5 stars 491 ratings

Price: $61.42 + $8.97 Delivery
Screen size 4 Inches
Brand Miuzei
Hardware interface Micro-HDMI, HDMI
Viewing angle 178 Degrees

About this item

  • -Raspberry Pi 4 Inch IPS full-angle display, 800x480 physical resolution support HDMI input, refresh rate up to 60FP
  • -Support HDMI audio output, data entry (computer, DVD), HDMI audio input, stereo 3.5mm audio output
  • -Compatible with raspberry PI 3 motherboards (Need to buy a signal adapter for PI3) Display Support System: Raspbian, Kali-linux.
  • -Touchfunction Support System:Kali 2019-3a, Raspbian for pi 4. The 4 inch display monitor with touch control function (need to install touch driver), we offer pre-install driver system image file. could be used as standard HDMI output device for computer display(no touch function)
  • -Housing assembly video (https://youtu.be/4Va3Imd8ByM) and system programming instruction video (http://bit.do/fnFvx) Installation manual System download link See detailed description below

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Product Features:
Miuzei 4 inch touch screen with HDMI to Micro HDMI converter, compatible with the newest raspberry pi 4, Up to 60fps refresh rate
4 inch IPS screen have better view angle( about 178°) than TFT screen.
Providing a convenient man-machine interface for raspberry pi, you could take it anywhere with the use of power bank.
Could be used as a universal HDMI display, such as Computer HDMI, TV Box, PSP game.
Size:4 inch
Resolution: 800×480(Pixel)
Frame rate: 60 fps
Dimensions: 98*58(mm)
Power consumption: 0.16A * 5V
Working temperature (℃): 20 ~ 60
Case Assembly : (https://youtu.be/4Va3Imd8ByM)
System burning teach:(http://bit.do/fnFvx)

Driver download:
1. Raspbian with touch driver system :(Mega: http://bit.do/fnFui)
Kali-linux :
NOTE:With touch drive system, the second HDMI port will disable the output
2. Raspbian system without touch。
3. Kali system does not officially support dual screens. Kali system as the resolution of small screen and large screen is different and there are many Raspberry Pi adapter systems, it can not be compatible.
4. Need to use the Raspbian Buster Lite system to modify the steps :
System installation instructions:
Step 1: Download the system image file
Step 2: Format the TF card using "SDFormatter.exe"
Step 3: Use "Win32DiskImager.exe" to burn the image to the TF card
Note: After downloading the display and touch system files, only need write to the Micro SD card . If have other needs, please modify the system configuration file.
Package Included:
1 4-inch touch screen
1 HDMI to HDMI converter
1x Raspberry Pi 4 case
1 silent cooling fan
1x stylus
4 radiators
1 screwdriver
NOTE: Before installation, remove the protective film from the case.

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Visible screen diagonal

4" / 11 cm

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5.0 out of 5 stars Really simple product at a reasonable price. SO easy to use!
Reviewed in the United States on 30 November 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Really simple product at a reasonable price. SO easy to use!
Reviewed in the United States on 30 November 2019
The value proposition here was really good. I've been using this for a while now to make sure that everything works well, and overall, I'm really happy with this purchase. The kit is really quick and easy to put together, perfect for a first time Raspberry Pi user. As always, be careful with static electricity when you are working with open circuit boards.

There are a couple of things to keep in mind if you also buy it though - so here's a summary of my experience:

1) There are no silicon sticker bumps to install on the bottom, and that means this could scratch up something it sits on. These are really cheap to buy yourself though, and as long as you know to get them, it's no big deal. Honestly though, I'd really rather have these than the included stylus.
2) The airflow could be a problem if you use this LCD in a case that isn't open air. Because this case is open, there's tons of airflow - if you put it in a more traditional case, that fan is not going to have anywhere to draw cooler air from as the giant LCD is sitting right on top of it. This is common to pretty much any large LCD that is GPIO mounted, and nothing against this particular model.

There were some parts I really liked though, and I would like to point out:
1) The heatsinks were a great addition to this kit. I have a half dozen Raspberry Pi's hanging around, and it seems I'm always buying a new one. Having some heatsinks come with the kit means I didn't have to buy another $10 part. Thumbs up to Miuzei here!
2) It's a small thing (literally, and metaphorically) but the addition of a screw driver can be make or break. Using the wrong size screw driver on these small screws can make an easy build turn into a painful trial. Really liked the simple precision screwdriver supplied, and it went straight into my electronics kit bag after I was done.
3) The LCD really was plug and play. No drivers to install, no headaches trying to get Linux to recognize it. I've used various GPIO LCD in the past, and there's always a worrisome driver to download from a less-than-reputable site just for video. Not here. This is perfect for beginners!

Overall, the pros massively outweigh the cons with this really nice screen. I couldn't be happier with my purchase. I'm a repeat customer of Miuzei, and I can't say enough nice things about their customer service. If somehow you do end up running into trouble, they will get you back on track again, guaranteed!

Hope this helps someone!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Screen and case are great!
Reviewed in the United States on 25 March 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best Screen For the Money
Reviewed in the United States on 24 March 2020
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4.0 out of 5 stars This is how you add touchscreen without installing custom drivers
Reviewed in the United States on 8 October 2020
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4.0 out of 5 stars This is how you add touchscreen without installing custom drivers
Reviewed in the United States on 8 October 2020
I got the RasPi 4b to run ham radio apps in the field. You don't need a screen on the RasPi to do this; connecting with a Remote Desktop App on your phone shows a full high res screen on the phone. But it gets kind of tricky to do when you're away from your home Wifi so I like to have a screen display. The IPS display is beautiful. I ding it for the screen blinking and needing to power cycle on reboots.

Please notice that I've rotated the screen so that my Pi can stand up on it's case. The default is with the cables on the bottom. There's a setting in Preferences>Screen Configuration that allows you to change it to any of the four rotations. Right click on the screen, change the setting then click the check box. I'm not giving step by step instruction but I'll share where things are and what they are called. Hopefully that's enough for you to Google-fu all the info you need into the first page results of a search.

Full support for the touchscreen is built into Raspian. There's one utility to add for calibration but that's all. There's no need to download anything from the seller. You will need to edit some system files. Once again, I'm just going to outline the process; hopefully knowing what things are called will allow you to quickly find the info that I did. Actual settings that I used are the picture, your settings for calibration and "TransformationMatrix" will vary.

1) enable SPI from the Preferences>Raspberry Pi Configuration
2) edit /boot/config.txt and add the dtoverlay line. Somewhere near the end will be safe and work.
3) Reboot. At this time your touchscreen will be working but probably won't track you touch very well.
4) find and install xinput_calibrator. Run it and copy the output into the "99" file as it suggests.
5) The location of the xorg.conf.d directory where you have to create the "99" file will be in either /etc/X11 or, as in my case, /usr/lib/X11.

6) I'm sure I tried every method of swapping are rotating the touchpad tracking (many more than twice) and found only one works in general. That is putting a TransformationMatrix statement near the end of the "99" file. The one I show is for the 180 degree rotation ("Invert" in the Screen Preferences app.) Search for "TransformationMatrix", ignore all results that try to teach you math and you'll find one that simply lists the answers for 0,90,180 and 270 degree rotations.

I got frustrated with people posting this and that and "solutions" that they said worked once then didn't. Specifically searching for "ads7846", the touch controller on this display, I found answers and settings by kernel and X11 gurus. Hopefully, this will be enough to get you going or for a better writer than me to do a better write-up.

Hope that helps,
e7, aka aa2mz
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great kit, there are some great uses for this screen.
Reviewed in the United States on 22 October 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great kit, there are some great uses for this screen.
Reviewed in the United States on 22 October 2019
Most microcontrollers are used in a headless configuration, meaning once the initial configuration is done, there is little need for visual monitoring or feedback. However there are times when you need that monitor such as a network monitor, remote access (when there isn’t a wifi or computer to connect to), or portable applications (gaming, car ODB2, robots, etc.) This is when a small touch screen would come in handy.

Hence the 4” Miuzei touch screen kit. It comes with a 800x400 touch screen, pen, HDMI “jumper”, four head sinks, 3 black acrylic pieces for a supporting case and mounting hardware. Assembly was very easy. The screen sits on the Ethernet/USB 3 ports and one of the acrylic pieces. A small HDMI jumper connects the HDMI full size port to the first HDMI mini on the Pi4. There is a small button that is used to control the backlight.

I wanted to see how fresh install would be so using the website provided on the instruction card, so I downloaded the new Raspbian Buster with the touch screen driver already installed. After booting up the screen came up and I was able to use the pen on the screen. No issues what so ever. A few clicks later after configuring for WiFi, time zone, and keyboard, it was fully up and running. I would suggest that if you have something already up and running that you back up the image first before trying to install the driver. The screen is bright and viewable from almost all angles. You may have to run a pen calibration program depending far off the pen is from the contact of the screen.

It should be noted that the screen can be used with any other device with an HDMI output. You will need an HDMI cable and a 5 volt USB power supplier to power the screen. Also the connector used for the touch screen uses 26 of the 40 GPIO pins.

Being of the mind set of wanting to improve things, I can see three things that would be of benefit: 1) Adding a fan for cooling of the heat sinks and better air flow. 2) Access to the connector’s GPIO (if they aren’t used.) 3) A right angle header to have access to the other pins, including the 3.3 and 5.0 volt pins.

This is a great kit. I like this a lot. It’s going to be used quite a bit. This really makes me want to build make a RetroPi game console, among other things.
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