GamePi15 for Raspberry Pi (EN) – 1.54-inch 240x240p
If you are looking to create your own gaming console with the help of Raspberry Pi then take a look at this Tiny GamePi15 for Raspberry Pi. It features a 1.54-inch display with a resolution of 240x240p. It is an (EN) IC Test Board and is most recommended for Raspberry Pi ZERO but it is also compatible with various other Raspberry Pi boards. By using GamePi15 with your Raspberry Pi PC, you can easily develop a customized console for retro games.
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GamePi15 – The Perfect Fit for Raspberry Pi ZERO
Though GamePi15 is compatible with a variety of Raspberry Pi boards but the designers have paid much attention do make it perfect to work with Raspberry Pi ZERO. This is a fully-functional Test Board supports are ZERO variants including Raspberry Pi ZERO, ZERO W, and ZERO WH.
Features of GamePi15 (EN) IC Test Board
- The display size is 1.54-inch
- The display has a resolution of 240x240p
- It is compatible with various Raspberry Pi Boards
- Works with 14500 Lithium battery (integrated battery charge circuit compatible)
- The board features the battery status indicator
- 1x earphone jack
- 1x onboard speaker
- 1x onboard volume knob
- The Lithium 14500 Battery is NOT included in the offer
- Raspberry Pi PC is NOT included in this offer
GamePi15 – Board Components
- Volume knob
- 40-Pin GPIO Connector (Raspberry Pi Compatible)
- XB8777A charge protection chip
- 8205 reverse protection chip
- Earphone Jack
- Power Switch
- 4x status indicators LEDs for battery-status
- Battery reverse warning indicator
- Functions Keys (Gaming Keys)
- USB Port compatible with 5V adapter
- 1mm x 35.2mm x 21.7mm
- A pack of screws
- A screwdriver
- A GamePi15 (EN) IC Board
Raspberry Pi PCs Compatible with GamePi15
- Raspberry Pi ZERO
- Raspberry Pi ZERO WH
- Raspberry Pi ZERO W
- Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+
- Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
- Raspberry Pi 2 Model B
- Raspberry Pi 1 Model B+
How to Set Up and GamePi15?
- First, you need to make sure that GamePi15 is into the OFF mode. Then mount the battery (Lithium 15400) making sure that you insert it in the right direction.
- There is also a warning indicator that alarms you if the direction of the battery is wrong.
- Once the battery is correctly mounted, you need to connect the board with Raspberry Pi PC with the help of 30-Pin GPIO.
- There is a pre-configured image you could use or else you need to install the driver if you want to refresh the image.