Dallas — Texas Instruments DLP introduced Tuesday its DLP LightCrafter Display 2010 evaluation module (EVM) for data display applications.
TI said the developer tool is the first EVM of its kind allowing quick assessment of TI’s 0.2-inch (5.29mm) TRP WVGA display chipset.
The DLP chipset is described by TI as the smallest and most efficient DLP Pico-class WVGA display chipset — delivering twice the resolution of its same-size predecessor.
With 180mW, ultra-low power, the TRP WVGA chipset consists of a DLP2010 digital micromirror device, a DLPC3435 display controller and a DLPA2005 power management/LED driver. It’s now shipping in volume and is available through TI’s worldwide distributor network.
The simple-to-use LightCrafter DLP Display 2010 evaluation module features a standard HDMI interface and plug-and-play functionality for quick assessment, TI said.
The evaluation module’s standard 50-pin board-to-board connector allows system designers to easily interface with a broad range of optical engines. The evaluation module comes bundled with an optical engine and a graphical user interface (GUI) for chipset configuration.
The DLP LightCrafter Display 2010 evaluation module is for sale on TI.com, and the 0.2-inch TRP WVGA display chipset is available through TI’s worldwide distributor network.