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The datasheet is here and it describes all connections and the voltage needed for the backlight:
You will need a driver board, but for an off-the-shelf option all you can do is search ebay etc., to hope to find something compatible. This is a 12 year old panel, and you may have issues with connectors too, and it could cost a lot to make a PCB adaptor board to convert the connectors to any driver board you find.
The rest of your questions hinge on the precise driver board you find. It could be an expensive journey that may end in failure if you buy a few driver boards and none of them are compatible. Better to get a known compatible display for the Pi.
Hey all im new in this forum but i see videos from youtube about Raspberry Pi projects , I need your help with adjust my screen that i found in my home to the Raspberry Pi ,
that screen was from Digiframe that i dont need anymore and i want to adjust this screen to my project.
Before you start read i apologize on my bad english
My questions is :
1.a.) I need Driver Board for this screen that i can connect to the RPi no?
b.) if yes from where i can find the currect driver? (i need hdmi input for the RPI hdmi)
c.) if no what should i do to connect this to RPi?
(the screen is HITACHI TX26D01VM1CAA as you can see on the pictures)
2.a.) To the screen i need to connect two lamps invertes (TAKAO-CA003 as you see on the pictures)
b.) For what is this?
c.) How much Voltage and Amper imput i need to give that?
d.) I can use gpio of RPI to connect that and save the another transformer (one transformer is for the driver of the screen)? OR i can use USB from RPI to the imput ? OR i can use the driver board to connect this ?
3.a.) After all finish with the screen issues i need to run some commands on the RPI for adjust and confirm the screen on RPI?
the pictures :
TNX FOR ALL !!!!