Opto-Electronics


7" CAN-bus display

25 November 2020 Opto-Electronics

Raystar’s RL0F0007000A8GAAASA00 is a 7" smart display defined as a slave device, which is controlled by a master device via CAN-bus command to render display content on the display screen and return touch event data with protocol objects. It is integrated with a standard TFT module and four-layer PCB assembly with built-in firmware.

The display is an easy-to-use product which allows customers to develop projects rapidly in a cost-effective way. It can integrate with computing systems via a USB-to-CAN dongle or Raspberry Pi interface (PiCAN2) as the host platform.

The TFT comes with standard UI objects to get customers’ projects off the ground quickly. If customers need custom UI object support, Raystar’s engineers are available to help.


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