Ganreizu wrote:Where do the wires need to go to on the pi0?
The only two wires you REALLY need directly from the Pi are the composite ones. Those are here: https://learn.adafruit.com/introducing- ... site-video
The square hole on the Pi is the signal, so connect that to CVBS1 on the video board, the round hole next to it is the ground, connect to GND on video board.
You *should* be able to power the screen from one of the 5V headers on the Pi (all of the headers are shown here: http://i.imgur.com/ltd7B84.jpg
). To be safe you may want to connect 5V on the screen controller board directly to the PowerBoost to make sure that the ~320mA the screen requires isn't sucking power from the Pi itself.
Here's a discussion (not for the Zero specifically, but should still apply) about how much current you can pull through 5V: https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/view ... 4&t=105368
Basically whatever the power supply can give, minus the current draw of the Pi itself. So if the PowerBoost can supply 2.0A, and the Pi pulls no more than ~1.6, you should be able to hook up the screen to 5V header. But you're cutting it awfully close!
I'm going to power the screen directly from the PowerBoost and have the 5V headers on the Pi go to my USB hub. I've had a Wifi dongle, keyboard dongle and flash drive all connected to the Pi's USB port at the same time without a problem, so it should be able to handle the power requirements of any accessories I plug into the GBZ.