This capacitive touch, 10.1-inch display comes with a ton of acronyms: it’s an HDMITFTLCDIPS display.
It has HDMI which means you can literally plug it into your computer and use it as a monitor, or you can drive it using a Windows or Linux HDMI compatible device such as a Raspberry Pi (RPi). If you do choose the RPi to drive this display, we’ve found that the display’s power requirements are a bit high for the RPi to handle, so we recommend using this additional power supply for powering the backlight.
The TFT LCD IPS (thin-film transistor liquid crystal display with in-plane switching) means the display is super-bright and beautifully crisp with a wider viewing angle than standard TN TFT displays.
The 10.1" family of HDMI displays are going EOL and will be replaced by a new version. The parts will be replaced by the following part numbers.
CFAM1280800A0-101C -> CFAM1280800A1-101C
CFAM1280800A0-101N -> CFAM1280800A1-101N
CFAM1280800B0-101R -> CFAM1280800B1-101R
The new parts will also be compatible with 3B+ and newer versions of the Raspberry Pi.
The TFT panel used on these products is going EOL and will be replaced by a new TFT panel.
Part Change Notice #11087: End-of-Life Notification
May 12, 2021
This part is being replaced by the CFAM1280800A1-101C. The replacement part has a different PCB design that makes it compatible with Raspberry Pi 3B+ models and newer. The 3.3V line is no longer back powering the Raspberry Pi allowing 3B+ models and newer to boot up. The replacement part is backward compatible with the CFAM1280800A0-101C.
Upgrading to work properly with the new Raspberry Pi models.
For reference only. For design purposes, please use the specifications in the datasheet.