Display HAT Mini features a bright 18-bit capable 320x240 pixel display with vibrant colours and formidable IPS viewing angles, connected via SPI. It's got four tactile buttons for interacting with your Raspberry Pi with your digits and a RGB LED for notifications. A QwST connector (Qwiic / STEMMA QT) and a Breakout Garden header is also squeezed in so it's a doddle to connect up different kinds of breakouts.
It will work with any model of Raspberry Pi with a 40 pin header, but we think it goes with the Raspberry Pi Zero particularly well - we've included a pair of standoffs so you can use to bolt HAT and Raspberry Pi together to make a sturdy little unit. To accommodate the screen Display HAT Mini is a bit bigger than a standard mini HAT or pHAT – it's around 5 mm taller than a Raspberry Pi Zero (so a Mini HAT XL or a Mini HAT Pro, if you will).
Display HAT Mini lets you turn a Raspberry Pi into a convenient IoT control panel, a tiny photo frame, digital art display or gif-box, or a desktop display for news headlines, tweets, or other info from online APIs. This screen is a handy 3:2 ratio, useful for retro gaming purposes!
- 2.0” 320x240 pixel IPS LCD screen, connected via SPI (~220 PPI, 65K colours)
- 4x tactile buttons
- RGB LED
- Qw/ST (Qwiic/STEMMA QT) connector
- Breakout Garden / I²C header
- Pre-soldered socket header for attaching to Raspberry Pi
- Compatible with all models of Raspberry Pi with a 40-pin header.
- Fully assembled
- No soldering required (as long as your RPi has header pins attached).
- Dimensions: approx 65.5 x 35 x 9 mm (W x H x D, includes header and display). With a Raspberry Pi Zero attached with standoffs, the total depth is 17 mm.
- Screen usable area: 40.8 x 30.6 mm (L x W)
- Dimensional drawing
- Display HAT Mini Python library
- ST7789 Python library
- Display HAT Mini
- 2x 10 mm standoffs