# Connect TFT LCD screen with flex band to breadboard

I'm asking for clues on how to do this, I didn't found much over the internet as everybody buys their LCD screens with a mounting to the breadboard of as a shield for arduino.

The TFT screen I bought is the following one:

http://www.ronboe.com/vdetail/405.html

As you can see, the connector is a flex band that is supposed to be soldered on a PCB, but there is no some kind of PCB with pin headers? what I want to do is to connect to a breadboard so I can use a raspberry pi to send data to it, I know there is other screens for the raspberry pi, but I need to use this screen to understand how it works and use it on further custom projects.

Any ideas or information to share?

• you have to solder a connector to these ..... mdfly.com/adapter-breakout-boards .......... adafruit.com/product/1492 – jsotola Mar 5 at 23:03
• Thanks that just what I needed to know, was looking for them but since I didn't know the name I couldn't find it, please, answer the question to mark it as the correct one – Ronald Petit Mar 5 at 23:24

You need a breakout board.