SmartiPi Touch 2 setup
Always use a UL or CE marked wall power supply with the included splitter cables. Use a wall power supply that can deliver enough current for your application. For best results, use a 5.1 volt power supply to avoid low voltage warning on the display. The official Raspberry Pi power supply is recommended.
Route the long end of the white cable under the display board. Attach the long end to the camera as shown. Install the display board onto the display with the supplied gold m3 screws. The standoffs that came with the display can be used to attach HAT boards to the Raspberry Pi. Attach the short white cable to the display board. Make sure the writing on the cable is facing up like the photo.
Mount the display into the case as shown and feed the camera and white cables as shown.
Screw in the display using the four silver countersink screws.
Attach camera and front panel with six black screws.
Assemble the fan onto the fan door. For best results the label should be facing toward the Raspberry Pi.
Connect the wire to the GPIO pins. We suggest starting with low speed as it is quieter. If you get the temperature icon in the display, you can always move up to the high speed.
Assemble the housing onto the base. Important - Adjust the angle you need first, then tighten the screws.
HAT boards can be attached with the standoffs that came with the display. Use the m2.5 nuts that came with the SmartiPi Touch to fasten the HAT board down.
Back cover accessory
The back cover accessory (sold separately) attaches to the brass 75mm VESA mount inserts on the back. It is plain open box that you need to customize yourself.
Standard door GPIO
If you are using the standard door, the knockout can be cut with a knife to access the GPIO
The four VESA mounts inserts on the back are 75mm apart. You can use them to attach to aftermarket VESA mount adapters.