Connect your Raspberry Pi or other devices to your FHD Touchscreen using the FHD Adaptor
The Display Adapter is not a USB-C Hub and cannot be used as one. Other USB-C hubs cannot replace the Display Adaptor either.
All pi-top FHD Touch Displays come with a Display Adapter, a handy adapter that allows you to connect your screen to multiple devices, from your pi-top , to a Raspberry Pi on its own, or even your own laptop.
|USB-C||Provides power to the FHD Touchscreen.||Connect a 5V Power Supply Unit (maximum 3A fuse inside touchscreen)|
|HDMI||Connects the display from your device to your FHD Touchscreen||Using an HDMI cable, connect the FHD adaptor to your device HDMI output|
|USB-A||Provides power to your Raspberry Pi if you are using one||Connect to the Micro-USB/USB-C output in your Raspberry Pi. (Not needed for self-powered devices)|
|Micro-USB||Allows for use of the touchscreen with your 3rd party device||Connect this Micro-USB port to your device's USB-A port|