S1220 Manual - Systemation

S1220 Manual - Systemation
S1220
Multiple Input
LCD Controller Board
The S1220 LCD Controller board from Systemation, Inc. provides a full function
general purpose LCD Controller that can accept a variety of different video inputs
including, Analog VGA (up to 1600 X 1200), DVI (Digital Video Interface), and
Composite NTSC or PAL video. The S1220 can drive digital TTL type LCDs or
single or dual channel LVDS type LCDs.
User controls are provided using a 3-button interface to an On-Screen Menu.
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SPECIFICATIONS
1 – Video Inputs:
VGA Analog Type (HD-15 Connector)
RGBHV Format
RGBS Format
RGsB Format
DVI-D Type (DVI Connector)
Composite NTSC/PAL (Phonojack Connector)
S-Video input available on a non-populated header
2 – Resolution:
Up to 1600 X 1200
3 – Colors:
8 bits per color (16.67M colors)
4 – LCD Output:
TTL, 48-bits
LVDS single/dual channel LVDS
5 – Input Power:
12VDC (Typical)
9VDC to 14VDC (Range)
Current at 12V is 0.2A (excluding LCD)
6 – User Controls:
3-button selection to On-Screen Menu
(Up, Down, Select Buttons)
7 – Optional Controls:
-
8 – Image Processing:
Any image of any resolution can fit automatically
on any resolution LCD.
9 – Fan Control:
Connector J19 is a 12VDC fan control. The 12VDC
voltage will switch ON when the S1220 board
temperature reaches 40C and back OFF at 35C.
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RS-232 commands for remote control
Additional Controls for fans, heaters, etc.
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10 – Heater Control:
Connector J20 is a 12VDC heater control. The
12VDC voltage will switch ON when the board
temperature goes below 0C and back OFF when
at 5C.
11 – Environmental:
Operating Temperature 0 to 70C
Note:
The video controller chip is rated 0 – 70C by
the manufacturer, however, Systemation has tested
the board from –40C to +90C running at 1280x1024
with no problems. Care must be taken at higher
temperatures to heat sink the video chip.
Relative Humidity up to 95% non-condensing
Note:
This board is available conformally coated.
Consult the factory for details.
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INSTALLATION and SETUP
There are a few jumpers and switch settings that must be set for proper
operation of the S1220. Prior to setting up the board, knowledge of the LCD is
required:
1 – LCD POWER
On the TTL output connectors and on the LVDS connectors are power pins.
These power pins can be either 3.3VDC or 5.0VDC. A 2-pin shunt must be
placed across 2 of the pins on the 3-pin jumper JP2:
JP2
Setting
---------------------------------------------1-2
5.0VDC
2-3
3.3VDC
2 – BACKLIGHT INVERTER BRIGHTNESS CONTROL
The backlight inverter interface connector J5 has a brightness control signal on
pin 5. This signal can be configured a number of ways to match the
requirements of the backlight inverter used. A set of 2 each 2-pin shunts are
used on jumpers JP3 and JP4. In addition, the signal range can be inverted
using DIP switch position 8. The list of possible configurations are shown below:
JP3 JP4 SW8
Signal Function (J5-5)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------OFF 1-2
OFF
10K Resistor, range 0 ohm -> 10K
OFF 1-2
ON
10K Resistor, range 10K -> 0 ohm
1-2
1-2
OFF
5V, range 0V -> 5V
1-2
1-2
ON
5V, range 5V -> 0V
2-3
1-2
OFF
2.5V, range 0V -> 2.5V
2-3
1-2
ON
2.5V, range 2.5V -> 0V
OFF 2-3
OFF
PWM Control Signal
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3 – CONFIGURATION DIP SWITCH
This 8 position switch selects the timing and drive for the LCD that is connected.
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
LCD Selection
4
3
2
1
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF ON
OFF OFF ON OFF
OFF OFF ON ON
OFF ON OFF OFF
OFF ON OFF ON
OFF ON ON OFF
OFF ON ON ON
ON OFF OFF OFF
ON OFF OFF ON
ON OFF ON OFF
ON OFF ON ON
ON ON OFF OFF
ON ON OFF ON
ON ON ON OFF
ON ON ON ON
= VGA LCD
= SVGA TTL LCD
= XGA 1 LCD
= XGA 2 LCD
= XGA 3 LCD
= XGA 4 LCD
= SXGA LCD
= UXGA LCD
= SXGA 2 LCD
= UXGA 2 LCD
= WUXGA LCD
= SXGA + LCD
= SVGA LVDS LCD
= Reserved
= Reserved
= Reserved
Reserved
Up/Down Button Operation with no
OSD menu present:
OFF = LCD brightness Control
ON = Image Flip
Backlight Timeout when No Video
OFF = Backlight Off in 30 seconds
ON = Backlight Stays On
Backlight Inverter Control
(See above)
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Supported LCDs:
This section is a representative list of LCDs that can be driven by the S1220 and
their category. This list is intended to aid in the selection of the LCD type.
1 – VGA – All generic 640X480 TTL type LCDs
2 – SVGA – All generic 800X600 TTL Type LCDs
3 – SVGA – All generic 800X600 LVDS type LCDs
4 – XGA 1 – Single pixel per clock 1024X768 LCDs
NEC – NL10276BC20-04
NEC – NL10276BC16-01
Sharp – LQ150X1LGN2A
5 – XGA 2 – Single pixel per clock 1024X768 LCDs
NEC – NL10276BC30-17
Toshiba – LTM10C306L
Toshiba – LTM10C313S/U
Siemens – iSFT100i.10x
6 – XGA 3 – Two pixels per clock 1024 X 768 LCDs
NEC – NL10276AC30-07
7 – XGA 4 – Two pixels per clock 1024 X 768 LCDs
Sharp – LQ150X1DG16
8 – SXGA – All generic two pixel per clock 1280x1024 LCDs
Sharp LQ181E1LW31
NEC NL128102AC28-07
9 – SXGA 2 Other generic 2 pixel per clock 1280x1024 LCDs
Samsung LTM17E06
10 – UXGA – All generic two pixel per clock 1600x1200 LCDs
Sharp LQ201U1LW01
Fujitsu FLC51UXC8V -10
11 – UXGA 2 – Other 1600x1200 UXGA LCDs
Fujitsu FLC59UXC8V
Sharp LQ201U1LW21
12 – WUXGA – Wide UXGA LCDs, 2 pixels per clock 1920x1200
Samsung LTM240W1
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13 – SXGA + - SXGA Plus LCD (1440 x 1050), 2 pixels per clock
AU Optronics B150PG03
On-Screen Controls
--------------------------The 3-button board is used to operate and change the functions on the OnScreen Menu. The buttons are UP, DOWN and SELECT.
The MAIN MENU appears when the SELECT button is pressed. Functions on the
Main Menu are:
LCD Brightness (Backlight inverter control)
Horizontal Position
Vertical Position
Brightness (Image Brightness)
Contrast (Image Contrast)
Color (Color Level)
Options Menu
Video Status
Video Input
The OSD menu will only remain on the screen for 10 seconds after a button
press. Any button activity will cause the OSD to remain on the screen.
The VIDEO STATUS screen shows the currently displayed video parameters as
well and the S1220 board temperature and the Firmware version number.
The Options Menu allows the user the ability to change:
Horizontal Image Size
Clock Phase
Horizontal Smoothing
Vertical Smoothing
Auto Position
Load Factory Defaults
Sync Tuning RGsB/RGBS
The AUTO POSITION function causes the board to re-position the currently
displayed video image.
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The LOAD DEFAULTS function puts all the image position/size/phase and color
values to their original value. By setting the horizontal and vertical position to
defaults, causes the board to automatically re-position each video mode and
video rate when each mode/rate appears. An AUTO POSITION message will
appear on the screen for a second when this operation occurs.
The HORIZONTAL and VERTICAL SMOOTHING adjustments are useful with
moving images on the screen.
The SYNC TUNING function is used when using RGsB (RGB Sync-on-Green) of
RGBS (Composite Sync). This adjustment is used with tearing is noticed on the
top of the screen when using these input types.
The VIDEO INPUT selection on the main menu allows the user to set the board
to search for an available input or to select and ONLY look for a specific video
input. The selections are:
VGA RGBHV
VGA RGsB
VGA RGBS
DVI
NTSC/PAL
SEARCH FOR INPUT
In the SEARCH FOR INPUT mode, the board will display the first input it
recognizes. When a specific input is selected only that input will be displayed. If
that input is not being received, the NO VIDEO message will appear. The user
can press the SELECT button to activate the Main Menu and then go to the
VIDEO INPUT function and change the video input.
Note: The board will Auto Position the video image the first time a video mode is
detected. After that the video will remain positioned on the screen. Manual
adjustments are sometimes necessary.
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Cables
---------The following is a list of available cables to various LCDs. In some cases these
cables include the cable for the backlight inverter:
Cable
Description
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ADP-01
VGA LCD 31 Pin Hirose Cable to S1220 TTL Data
ADP-02
SVGA LCD 41 Pin Hirose Cable to S1220 TTL Data
ADP-07
LVDS Data and Backlight Cable for Siemens 10.4 XGA
ADP-08
LVDS Data for Toshiba LTM10C306L 10.4” XGA
ADP-09
TTL Data for NEC NL10276AC30-07 15” XGA
ADP-21
LVDS Data for NEC NL128102BC23-03 15.4” SXGA
ADP-22
LVDS Data for Sharp LQ181E1LW31 18” SXGA
ADP-26
TTL Data for Toshiba LTM08C351 8.4” SVGA
ADP-27
LVDS Data for NEC NL10276BC20-04 10.4” XGA and
NEC NL10276BC16-01 8.4” XGA
ADP-29
LVDS Data and Power for Hydis HT18E22 18” SXGA
ADP-30
LVDS DATA for Toshiba LTM10C313S 10.4” XGA and
Hydis HT10X21 10.4” XGA
ADP-31
TTL Data, Power, and Backlight for NEC NL6448AC63-01
20” VGA
ADP-32
LVDS Data for Optrex T-51639D084U-FW-A-AA
8.4” XGA
ADP-33
LVDS Data and Backlight for Fujitsu FLC51UXC8V
20.1” UXGA
ADP-35
LVDS Data and Backlight for Samsung LTM213U4
23.1” UXGA
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ADP-36
LVDS Data and Backlight for Fujitsu FCL59UXC8V
23” UXGA
ADP-37
LVDS Data and Backlight for NEC NL128102AC28-07
18” SXGA
ADP-38
LVDS Data for NEC NL128102BC29-01 19” SXGA and
Fujitsu FLC48SXC8V 19” SXGA
ADP-39
LCDS Data and Backlight for Innvoa (I-91315)
15” high-bright XGA
ADP-40
LVDS Data for Sharp LQ201U1LW01
20.1” UXGA
ADP-41
LVDS Data for AU Optronics B150PG03
15” 1440 x 1050 LCD
ADP-42
LVDS Data for Sharp LQ201U1LW21
20.1” UXGA
ADP-43
LVDS Data and Backlight for Sharp LQ150X1LGN2A
15” XGA or NEC NL10276BC30-17
ADP-44
LVDS Data and Backlight for Fujitsu FLC59UXC8V
23” UXGA LCD
ADP-45
LVDS Data Cable for AUO M190EG01 19” SXGA LCD
ADP-46
LVDS Data Cable for Optrex T-52107D121J-FW-AAN
12.1” SVGA LCD
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Operational Notes:
– If the DIP switches are ever changed, the board will re-load factory defaults
assuming that the supported LCD has changed and new table values are
required.
– The board supports many different video resolutions and refresh rates. The
first time after Load Defaults that the board detects a video resolution or refresh
rate for the first time, it automatically Auto Positions the image. Auto Position will
not be performed again unless done manually through the OSD menu or by
applying Load Defaults.
- By pressing all 3 menu buttons are the same time, the Load Defaults function
will be performed. This is usually not necessary.
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Systemation Technology
1321 3rd Street
League City, Texas 77573
Tel 281.332.7187 / Fax 281.332.7188
www.systemation-inc.com
[email protected]
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