What’s the use of having a 7 inch touch screen remote if its not able to be wireless…
Testing with a 2600mah battery. And now also has a push button to dim lcd backlight to preserve power. Will make a auto off feature to save more power.
i am interested in doing somthing like this for my own use.
i would like to hear what you use to control the tv, and if it can control multiply devices like a tv, satellite box and a HTPC in the same time?
I use what all remotes use … an ir diode. But you can also make small recievers to turn rf data to ir for each device. This will allow non point of view control.
i’m looking into building my self a home theatre, and want to use only one remote for everything, by searching the web, i came to a conclusion that i’ll have to build my self one, so your remote started to interest me.
hope to get to building one soon.
Good luck and let me know if any help is needed
tank’s, i will.
Hey Jason, great write up; what’s the part number for this one? I can’t find a single capacitive touch screen there; all I see is resistive? I also love the fact that your LCD is already mounted and not a rats nest with flying cables all over so I actually want to buy the same exact one but I can’t find it at buydisplay? Thanks
The above is the one i ordered. Be sure to select CAPACITIVE under Touch Panel drop down box.
Perfect; thanks a bunch! I did look at ER-TFTM070-5 before but nowhere did it say it is actually mounted on a PCB; it says “with controller…” LOL sure thing was to ping you about it. Thanks again.
No problem pal🙂 glad I could help
Hi Jason, I ordered one of these displays to work on a project very similar to yours. Unfortunately, I am a little too curious and while playing in the menus have made my display inoperable. Just to give you a heads up, don’t change the one menu option away from SYS3. I am now trying to guess the remote keypresses to set it back. I set mine to SYS1 and now it does not work.
Heh what tv?
My project was more about home automation… and I mean the menus on the LCD controller.
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