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BeadaFrame Display Kit is an ARM Cortex-A7 development platform which bundled with a 7" TFT LCD Display. It can be powered and communicated with PC Host by a single Micro USB cable. Currently we use it as a secondary PC monitor for display of hardware status through Remote Sensor LCD.

The question is --  is there any way to implement it as a native support of AIDA LCD screen? We are running Debian Stretch on the ARM Cortex-A7 core.

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And more details of this display kit:

CPU

NXP/Freescale ARM Cortex-A7 i.MX6ULL

RAM

512MB DDR3L

Storage

16GB/32GB eMMC

Connectivities

  • 1 x WIFI 802.11 b/g/n module(AP6212)
  • 1 x USB 2.0 Host(Type A)
  • 1 x USB 2.0 OTG(Micro-USB)

Display

7.0" TFT LCD: 800x480 (AT070TN92) , w/ touch and bezel

On Board Resources

  • Reset Circuit with reset button
  • 1 x Power select jumper
  • 1 x Boot select jumper
  • 1 x USER LED

Dimension

188 x 118 x 35(mm)

Operating System

Debian Stretch

Consumption

5V/350mA

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10 hours ago, beada said:

BeadaFrame Display Kit is an ARM Cortex-A7 development platform which bundled with a 7" TFT LCD Display. It can be powered and communicated with PC Host by a single Micro USB cable. Currently we use it as a secondary PC monitor for display of hardware status through Remote Sensor LCD.

The question is --  is there any way to implement it as a native support of AIDA LCD screen? We are running Debian Stretch on the ARM Cortex-A7 core.

And more details of this display kit:

CPU

NXP/Freescale ARM Cortex-A7 i.MX6ULL

RAM

512MB DDR3L

Storage

16GB/32GB eMMC

Connectivities

  • 1 x WIFI 802.11 b/g/n module(AP6212)
  • 1 x USB 2.0 Host(Type A)
  • 1 x USB 2.0 OTG(Micro-USB)

Display

7.0" TFT LCD: 800x480 (AT070TN92) , w/ touch and bezel

On Board Resources

  • Reset Circuit with reset button
  • 1 x Power select jumper
  • 1 x Boot select jumper
  • 1 x USER LED

Dimension

188 x 118 x 35(mm)

Operating System

Debian Stretch

Consumption

5V/350mA

That looks like a very interesting project.  IMHO it would be best if we could somehow work together to develop a custom, fast LCD protocol that works via USB connection.  If you work for the manufacturer of the Beada hardware, please drop me a private message.  If not, then please let me know what are your qualifications on the software developer's side, since only knowing a bit more about you (or what you can do on the side of your Beada hardware in terms of software/API matters) I can propose possible ways to implement a proper USB communications protocol for the Beada.

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On 2018/11/28 at AM11点04分, beada said:

BeadaFrame Display Kit是一个ARM Cortex-A7开发平台,它与7“TFT LCD显示器捆绑在一起。它可以通过一根Micro USB线供电并与PC Host通信。目前我们将它用作辅助PC监视器,用于显示硬件通过遥感器LCD显示状态。

问题是 - 有没有办法将其作为AIDA LCD屏幕的原生支持来实现?我们在ARM Cortex-A7内核上运行Debian Stretch。

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此显示套件的更多细节:

中央处理器

恩智浦/飞思卡尔ARM Cortex-A7 i.MX6ULL

内存

512MB DDR3L

存储

16GB / 32GB eMMC

连通性

  • 1个WIFI 802.11 b / g / n模块(AP6212)
  • 1个USB 2.0主机(A型)
  • 1个USB 2.0 OTG(Micro-USB)

显示

7.0“TFT LCD:800x480(AT070TN92),带触摸和边框

船上资源

  • 使用复位按钮复位电路
  • 1个电源选择跳线
  • 1个引导选择跳线
  • 1个用户LED

尺寸

188 x 118 x 35(mm)

操作系统

Debian Stretch

消费

5V /350毫安

哈 中国的朋友 ,我有点没看懂,你这个不是已经实现了吗?

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1 hour ago, btmouse said:

哈 中国的朋友 ,我有点没看懂,你这个不是已经实现了吗?

目前我们是通过AIDA64的remote sensor功能来实现的,相当于访问AIDA64内建的web服务器。这个效果和AIDA64直接通过USB访问LCD显示器不太一样。你可以自己在电脑上比较一下的。

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