Wiring the Raspberry Pi

The examples in this guide are no longer supported. Please check out the Adafruit eInk Display Breakouts guide for CircuitPython and Python usage: https://learn.adafruit.com/adafruit-eink-display-breakouts

Connections:

Start by connecting Pin 1 of the breakout cable (red wire) to the header pin for 3.3v.

Continue making connections in the order listed below. There are duplicate wire colors, so don't mix them up!

Make connections to:
    • (Red #1) -> P1-01
    • (Green #6) -> not used (ext ADC required)
    • (Yellow #7) -> P1-23
    • (Orange #8) -> P1-22
    • (Brown #9) -> P1-12
    • (Black #10) -> P1-18
    • (Red #11) -> P1-16
    • (White #12) -> P1-10
    • (Grey #13) -> P1-08
    • (Purple #14) -> P1-21
    • (Blue #15) -> P1-19
    • (Orange #18) -> P1-26
    • (Brown #19) -> P1-24
    • (Black #20) -> P1-25
      Now you are done wiring and ready to test the display!
      This guide was first published on Dec 20, 2013. It was last updated on Dec 20, 2013. This page (Wiring the Raspberry Pi) was last updated on Feb 23, 2020.