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This is a 4-wire resistive analog touch screen. Intended to mate with the 24-Bit PSP display, this unit comes with a handy adhesive backing to stick to the PSP display. 4-wire ribbon with 1mm pitch.
This touch screen is not intended to be hacked into an off-the-shelf Play Station Portable. It is solely meant to be a nice add-on to our 24-Bit color display.
Hantouch part # : HT043A-NCOFD52
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We bought this touch screen last year for a project we made (http://reseau.erasme.org/Interactive-Globe-technical). It's very easy to work with, and does a great job for our purpose. It's also pretty scratch safe, since it has been in a public exhibit for several months without visible scratch.
As always, Sparfun rules !
Will this item be restocked?
es compatibles con la psp slim
where do you put this on the psp?. i need help.
Could this ever be restocked? If not, where could I get this?
ANNOUNCEMENT: I took apart My old PSP 2001. There is no connector (obviously), but, you can get rid of those little specks that build up. You have to remove the two back screws, the two at the top, the one on the bottom, and the one behind the bottom warranty sticker. removing this sticker will void any warranty form Sony. I didn't really care because mine is four years old.
you COULD hack your PSP into a pda, though...
Can you hook this up to the with a
6" USB A to USB 4 Pin Header Cable
Hi, I got a silly question: Is this a touchscreen or just a sensor? Is it able to display anything?
This is just the 'sensor' part of what you might normally call a touch'screen'. The 'screen' part is listed in the related products;
Can you hook this up to a computer via USB as a touch screen
technically, yes. But you would need to make a controller for it, which wouldn't be easy.
Is this touch screen flexible? I am looking for a flexible touch screen that provides multi-touch capability, any suggestions?
Thanks a lot!
Sony will release a PSP with a touchscreen eventually.
what are the dimentions
The PSP is not designed to take touchscreen input, and the games won't work with it anyway.
The molex part that c395 posted should work, I have an order in from Digikey and will post results.
I wonder if these Molex connectors from Digi-Key will work:
you need to open the psp and put on ur screen and to connect it you lift the screen and follow the thin wire and plug it in but dont unplug the psp screen cause you wont know what ur touching
how i install this on PSP???
This is not meant to be installed in a PSP. We carry this screen so that people can build it into their own electronic device/project. If there is some way to install this into the Play Station Portable, we do not know of it.
Does anyone know where i can find a tutorial to attach this to my psp?
Somehow the url above has been broken.
Here it is another way : http://tinyurl.com/5nmuga
jamis : you usually can find some in floppy drives. I just scrounged 2 of them there.
Also, many things with small motors probably contains some (VCR, hard drives).
If anyone has a link or any information as to were we can find a connector for these, please post!
Uh, did you try looking in the "Related products"?