|Problem: BeagleBone Rev.A5 with LCD 7'' Rev.A2 not working||Francisco Forteza||9/10/12 1:11 AM|
I am trying to install the BeagleBone LCD screen 7'' in my BeagleBone with linux (ubuntu 12.04), but it doesn't appear anything when i connect it. I am using a 5V in the screen and it is no image.... Any solution?? I tryed also to put my BeagleBone in the screen with the newest version of angstrom IDE (18.06.2012) but it doesn't works :SS....
|Re: Problem: BeagleBone Rev.A5 with LCD 7'' Rev.A2 not working||jpt||10/2/12 8:15 PM|
I have the same problem as yours, but mine is LCD7 from circuitco revision A3, beaglebone revision A6.
I've tried angstrom 18.06.12 and 12.09.12, all image cannot display anything. I believe it is a hardware problem.
There could be a damage to the LCD voltage drive IC TPS65105PWP. I measured the output AVDD_10V is only about 4.5V, VGH_15 is about 7V, VGL_7V is about 4.8V and VCOM is about 1.4V. They are not within the drive voltage range. I have not troubleshoot the problem yet, but you may be facing the same issue.
|Re: Problem: BeagleBone Rev.A5 with LCD 7'' Rev.A2 not working||Hieu Duong||10/3/12 9:36 AM|
I suggest you to request an RMA for your board at BeagleBoardToys
|Re: [beagleboard] Re: Problem: BeagleBone Rev.A5 with LCD 7'' Rev.A2 not working||Francisco Forteza||10/3/12 10:05 AM|
I was writing to CircuiCo support by email to give some solution to this problem and they answered me for a few days.....
At first time i solved it connecting the LCD with another voltage source and it was running properly!!! :), but i pressed the reset buttom of the screen with the same voltage source parameters and it was not working anymore :(. I report it to CircuitCo all what happened me and they didn't wrote me anymore....
If you solve this problem changing the LCD voltage drive IC TPS65105PWP tell me plz and i will try to change it.
2012/10/3 Hieu Duong <hieudu...@gmail.com>
|Re: [beagleboard] Re: Problem: BeagleBone Rev.A5 with LCD 7'' Rev.A2 not working||jpt||10/3/12 5:41 PM|
For my case, I've discovered that the problem comes from my voltage supplies at the IC TPS65105PWP, it turns out that one of the capacitor C25 on the LCD7 board had been chipped off and it damaged the solder pad that cuts the connection between the 2 feedback resistors. And this causes the supplies to unable to function. I have replaced the feedback resistor R58 and wired to the R55 bypassing the broken link. The voltages now are correct and LCD working now.
My problem may be different from yours, hope you can find your solution soon.