Wich controller board for my lcd screen?
Dus anyone know Which controller Board to buy for my display?
I got my display out of my old Sony PCG-5J5M laptop.
This is the back of the display I took Out Of My Old Sony laptop:
Here is the datasheet of your LCD panel. It’s a single channel 6-bit LCD which runs at 3.3V.
That means you can use any universal LCD controller board with LVDS interface. Back when I build my mirror I bought the V56 boards. The T53.03 is a newer version I think. The advantage is that you can flash the firmware via USB and it has a TV tuner. The disadvantage is that it’s not powering back on after it went into standby mode (- can be solved with a relay if wanted).
If you want it super simple and VGA is enough for you, you can go with a MT561-B. Those things are tiny and dirt cheap.
I would like a controller board with HDMI.
is this one fine:
It is t53.03.
The disadvantage is that it’s not powering back on after it went into standby mode (- can be solved with a relay if wanted).
, this is not fine either…
So Maybe there is an alternative? Or I have to buy a vga tot HDMI convertor
The board you’ve linked is correct.
A VGA to HDMI will work just fine. A VGA board with inverter, cables, and keypad should be around 3.50€ to 5€ and a VGA-HDMI adapter around 2.50€
I’ll go for the MT561-B
Will This one be fine?:
How will the LCD display get its power? My LCD display has a two pole power plug
That controller board is for a AUO B156XW02 panel. It’s also 1-CH 6-bit but with LED backlight. In principle it should work but it runs a higher resolution.(*) It’s best to order these boards specifically for the panel you have.
I was referring to this kind of controller board plus VGA-HDMI adapter (only an example!). You configure those boards via jumpers.
- That shouldn’t be a problem. You just have to configure the resolution within your operating system yourself.
I’ll go for the aliexpress controller board. Only thing that worries me is that I don’t see a power cable. How will my display get power?
And where does the controller board itself get its power from?
Do I have to buy additional power cables at the local electronic hardware store?
You see the red 6-pin connector? You apply 5V to them.