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DLP5534Q1EVM Evaluation Module User's Guide
The DLP5534Q1 Evaluation Module (EVM) is a complete electronic subsystem designed to drive the
DLP5534-Q1 chipset. The DLP5534-Q1 chipset consists of the DLP5534-Q1, the DLPC230-Q1, and the
TPS99000-Q1. When combined with illumination and projection optics, 405 nm and other LEDs this EVM
can be used to develop an automotive grade projector for applications such as transparent window display
utilizing phosphor film(s) embedded in a window.
Except for the DMD, there are no optical elements provided with this EVM. It is expected that this EVM is
procured in order to mount to a custom designed projector.
The DLP5534Q1 EVM is not a production design. It is intended for evaluation only.
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Contents
User Guide Overview........................................................................................................ 2
1.1
What is in the DLP5534Q1 EVM ................................................................................. 2
1.2
Specifications ........................................................................................................ 7
Quick Start .................................................................................................................... 9
2.1
Kit Assembly Instructions .......................................................................................... 9
2.2
Software Installation .............................................................................................. 10
2.3
Powering-Up EVM................................................................................................. 10
2.4
Connecting EVM to the DLPC230-Q1 Control Program ..................................................... 10
2.5
Steps to Reprogram the Onboard Flash Memory ............................................................. 11
Optic Engine Requirements ............................................................................................... 11
List of Figures
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EVM Illumination Driver PCB............................................................................................... 4
EVM Cables .................................................................................................................. 6
EVM Cable Connections .................................................................................................... 9
Connecting to the DLPC230-Q1 Using the DLPC230-Q1 Automotive Control Program ......................... 10
DLPC230-Q1 Automotive Control Program Communication Settings............................................... 11
EVM Controller PCB
List of Tables
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Controller PCB Ports ........................................................................................................ 3
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Controller LED Indicators ................................................................................................... 3
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Controller PCB Switches.................................................................................................... 3
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Illumination Driver PCB Ports .............................................................................................. 5
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EVM Cables .................................................................................................................. 6
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Electrical Specifications ..................................................................................................... 7
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EVM PCB Components Which are Not Rated for –40°C to 105°C ................................................... 7
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User Guide Overview
This user's guide presents an overview and general description of the DLP5534Q1 EVM and provides first
steps for getting started using the EVM.
1.1
What is in the DLP5534Q1 EVM
The DLP5534Q1 electronics EVM consists of a Controller PCB, an Illumination Driver PCB, cables, and a
USB to SPI adapter.
1.1.1
Controller PCB
The Controller PCB shown in Figure 1 includes the DLP5534-Q1 DMD, the DLPC230-Q1 DMD Controller,
and the TPS99000-Q1. It supports video inputs from either a micro HDMI or OpenLDI interface and
provides the formatting and control to display the video on the DLP5534-Q1 DMD. The EVM can be
controlled with either an SPI or I2C interface. The SPI or I2C interface can also be used to reprogram the
serial Flash that is used to store DLPC230-Q1 software and configuration. An optional second SPI port is
provided for monitoring the TPS99000-Q1. The EVM includes a flex interface to control the Illumination
Driver PCB. The EVM has external photodiode inputs and thermistor inputs which are not used for this
application.
Figure 1. EVM Controller PCB
The Controller PCB contains the ports listed in Table 1. Indicator LEDs are listed in Table 2.
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Table 1. Controller PCB Ports
SCHEMATIC REFERENCE
FUNCTION
J1
Host I2C, PROJ_ON, HOLD_BOOT, HOST_IRQ
J2
Host SPI
J3
Micro HDMI
J4
OpenLDI (Flex connector)
J5
Photodiode 1 (1)
J6
TPS99000-Q1 SPI Debug
J7
Photodiode 2 (1)
J8
LED Driver Interface
J9
LED Thermistor (1)
J10
Fan PWM output (optional)
J11
Controller Power
(1)
Port unused for this application. Cable not provided.
Table 2. Controller LED Indicators
SCHEMATIC REFERENCE
FUNCTION
D4 (Green)
Input power to Controller (from Illumination Driver)
Off: No power connected
On: Power connected
D5 (Green)
PROJ_ON
Off: System Off
On: System On
D6 (Red)
HOST_IRQ
Off: Interrupt not asserted
On: Interrupt asserted
The Controller PCB switches are listed in Table 3. SW4 is a toggle switch for PROJ_ON which is used to
turn on and off the electronics. Note that parts of the board are still powered when PROJ_ON is in the off
position. SW1, SW2, and SW3 are dip switches that control the states of configuration signals the
DLPC230-Q1 reads when it comes out of reset. These switches should be set based on the desired
configuration options.
Table 3. Controller PCB Switches
SCHEMATIC REFERENCE /
SIGNAL NUMBER
FUNCTION
SW1 (1)
Spread Spectrum Enable
Off: Disabled
On: Enabled
SW2 (1)
Host Port Checksum Select
Off: CRC
On: Checksum
SW2 (2)
Host Interface Select
Off: Host SPI
On: Host I2C
SW2 (3)
Host SPI Mode
Off: Mode 0 or 3
On: Mode 1 or 2
SW3
Hold in Boot
Off: Do not hold in boot (continue to main application)
On: Hold in boot
SW4
PROJ_ON
Off: Turn off system
On: Turn on system
On state is toward the closest corner of the board Figure 1
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Illumination Driver PCB
The Illumination Driver PCB shown in Figure 2 is controlled by the Controller PCB over a flex cable.
Power can be input to the Illumination Driver from a lab supply. The Illumination driver provides reverse
bias protection and supplies power to the Controller PCB over a separate cable. The Illumination Driver
has outputs for one to three illuminators. These are typically LEDs, but it is possible other illuminators
could be used. See Section 1.2.1 for input and output specifications of the EVM. Depending on operating
conditions, some parts and surfaces of the PCB can be hot.
CAUTION
Hot surface. Contact may cause burns. Do not touch!
Figure 2. EVM Illumination Driver PCB
WARNING
When choosing your LED component (not included with this EVM)
the end user must consult the LED data sheet supplied by the LED
manufacturer to identify the EN62471 Risk Group Rating and
review any potential eye hazards associated with the LED chosen.
Always consider and implement the use of effective light filtering
and darkening protective eyewear and be fully aware of
surrounding laboratory-type set-ups when viewing intense light
sources that may be required to minimize or eliminate such risks in
order to avoid accidents related to temporary blindness.
The Illumination Driver PCB contains the ports listed in Table 4.
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Table 4. Illumination Driver PCB Ports
SCHEMATIC REFERENCE
FUNCTION
J1
Fan Output
J2
Fan Output
J3
Fan PWM Input
J5
LED3 Illuminator Output
J6
Controller Power
J7
LED1 Illumination Output
J8
Input Power
J501
LED2 Illumination Output
J502
Controller to Driver Control Interface
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EVM Cables
The EVM cables and Cheetah USB to SPI adapter are listed in Table 5 and shown in Figure 3.
Figure 3. EVM Cables
Table 5. EVM Cables
NAME
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REFERENCE
QUANTITY
Cheetah™ SPI Host Adapter
A
1
Host SPI Cable
B
1
Host I2C Cable
(Includes PROJ_ON, HOLD_BOOT, HOST_IRQ signals)
C
1
Driver to Controller Power Cable
D
1
Input Power Cable
E
1
LED1 Illuminator Power Cable
F
1
LED2 Illuminator Power Cable
G
1
LED3 Illuminator Power Cable
H
1
Fan PWM
I
1
Controller to Driver Control Flex
J
1
OpenLDI Flex Cable
K
1
Micro HDMI Cable
L
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1.2
Specifications
1.2.1
Electrical Specifications
Table 6. Electrical Specifications
PARAMETER
MIN
NOM
MAX
UNIT
8
12
18
V
Voltage
(Per LED Color Output)
9
V
Current
(Per LED Color Output)
4
A RMS
Input
Voltage
(Input voltage must be higher than forward voltage of LED)
Illumination Driver Output Load
Fan Output
Voltage
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V
Current (total for all fans)
1
A
105 (2)
°C
Temperature
Operating DMD Temperature (1)
(1)
(2)
1.2.2
–40
Care must be taken to ensure that individual components and PCB do not exceed their maximum temperature when driving
high-power load. Force air cooling might be required to operate at high output current, high input voltage, and/or high duty
cycles.
Some components are only rated to 85°C. Refer to Table 7 for a list of these components.
Component Temperature Ratings
The PCB materials and most of the PCB components are rated to operate between –40°C to 105°C,
including the DLP5534-Q1, the DLPC230-Q1, and the TPS99000-Q1.
Some components on PCBs, such as switches, connectors, and indicator LEDs, do not meet this
temperature rating. The specifications for EVM components which are not rated between –40°C to 105°C
are listed in Table 7. Please refer to the EVM bill of materials to review the temperature specifications of
all components used in the EVM design.
Table 7. EVM PCB Components Which are Not Rated for –40°C to 105°C
Board
Reference
Part Number
Manufacturer
Description
Temperature
Minimum (°C)
Temperature
Maximum (°C)
Controller
D4, D5
LTST-C171KGKT
Lite-On
LED, GREEN 0805
–55
85
Controller
D6
LTST-C171KRKT
Lite-On
LED, RED 0805
–55
85
–40
85
Controller
J3
685119248123
Wurth
CONN MICRO HDMI
RIGHT ANGLE
Controller
SW2
CVS-03TB
Copal Electronics Inc
SWITCH DIP SLIDE 3POS 1 MM 6 V
–40
85
Controller
SW1,SW3
CVS-01TB
Copal Electronics Inc
SWITCH DIP SLIDE 1POS 1 MM 6 V
–40
85
Controller
SW4
GT12MSABETR
C&K Comp
SWITCH, SPST, GULL
–30
85
Controller
U5, U7,
U10, U503,
U504
PCMF2HDMI2SZ
Nexperia
COMMON MODE
CHOKE 4LN SMD ESD
–40
85
Controller
U501
TFP401AIPZPRQ1
Texas Instruments
IC PANELBUS DVI
RCVR 100-HTQFP
–40
85
The Controller and Illumination Driver PCBs have a UL flame rating of 130°C maximum.
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Input Video Specifications
The following input video resolutions are supported on the HDMI and OpenLDI interfaces. These input
video resolutions are programmed in the Extended Display Identification Data (EDID) EEPROM for the
EVM's HDMI interface allowing a connected computer to read the supported resolutions and timing. Note
that some computers may not be able to output all of these resolutions, in particular 576 × 288.
• 1152 × 1152
• 1152 × 576
• 576 × 288
The recommended input source timings for the EVM's HDMI interface are specified in the DLPC230-Q1
data sheet. These timing parameters are also recommended for the OpenLDI interface.
1.2.4
SPI and I2C Timing
For more information on SPI and I2C specifications, see the DLPC230-Q1 data sheet.
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Quick Start
Use the following instructions to setup your DLP5534Q1 EVM and PC.
2.1
Kit Assembly Instructions
A diagram of all the EVM cable connections is shown in Figure 4.
1. Connect the Controller to Driver control Interface flex to the Controller PCB (J8) and the Illumination
Driver PCB (J502).
2. Connect the Host SPI cable to the Controller PCB (J2) and the Cheetah adapter. Connect the Cheetah
adapter’s USB cable to PC.
3. Connect the Controller Power cable to the Controller PCB (J11) and the Illumination Driver PCB (J6).
4. Connect the LED 1 Illumination output cable to the Illumination Driver PCB (J7) to the LED 1
illuminator in the optics engine.
5. If there is a second illuminator connect the LED 2 Illumination output cable to the Illumination Driver
PCB (J501) to the LED 2 illuminator in the optics.
6. If there is a third illuminator connect the LED 3 Illumination output cable to the Illumination Driver PCB
(J5) to the LED 3 illuminator in the optics engine.
7. Connect the Micro HDMI cable to the Controller Board (J3). Connect the Micro HDMI cable to PC
HDMI port.
8. Connect the Power Input cable to the Illumination Driver Board (J8).
9. If there are fans connect them to LED Driver Board (J1 and J2).
10. If fan PWM is utilized then connect the Fan PWM cable from controller (J10) to LED Driver (J3).
Figure 4. EVM Cable Connections
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Software Installation
1. Install the DLPC230-Q1 Control Program (http://www.ti.com/mysecuresoftware).
2. Install Total Phase Cheetah USB adapter drivers (https://www.totalphase.com/products/usb-driverswindows).
2.3
Powering-Up EVM
1. Connect input power cable to a power supply that meets input power specifications defined in Table 6.
The red wire is the V+ terminal and black wire is the V– terminal.
2. Turn on the supply power. Once powered up, a Controller PCB LED indicator (D4) should illuminate
green.
3. Turn the PROJ_ON switch (SW4) ON. The ON position is towards the closest corner of the board. A
Controller PCB LED indicator (D5) should illuminate green. It is also acceptable to leave the PROJ_ON
switch in the ON position when powering on and off.
2.4
Connecting EVM to the DLPC230-Q1 Control Program
1. Start the DLPC230-Q1 Control Program.
2. On the connection page set the DLPC230-Q1 Host to SPI and select the Cheetah from the drop down
menu (see Figure 5). Note that the Cheetah must be connected to computer with USB cable for it to
show up in the drop down box.
Figure 5. Connecting to the DLPC230-Q1 Using the DLPC230-Q1 Automotive Control Program
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3. Select "Connection Settings" to confirm the SPI configuration shown in Figure 6 matches the Controller
PCB switch settings described in Table 3. Specifically, SPI mode and CRC/Checksum may vary based
on switch settings. Press "OK" once configuration is complete.
Figure 6. DLPC230-Q1 Automotive Control Program Communication Settings
4. Click the Connect button. The green circle next to the Connect button should then light up to indicate
that connection was successful to the Cheetah Adapter.
2.5
Steps to Reprogram the Onboard Flash Memory
The DLP5534Q1 EVM comes with onboard serial Flash that is pre-programed with software and basic
configuration. The software and configuration can be updated by reprogramming the serial Flash with the
DLPC230-Q1 Automotive Control Program. Steps to re-program the serial Flash are listed below.
1. Using the DLPC230-Q1 Automotive Control Program, which is connected to the EVM, navigate to the
"Flash Program" tab.
2. Using the folder icon, select an Image File (.bin) and open it.
3. Click "Program and Verify Flash Memory."
Note that if the device is in Display mode, it will automatically be switched to Standby during programming.
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Optic Engine Requirements
The DLP5534Q1 EVM can be coupled to an optical engine (not included) and phosphor film (not included)
to implement a transparent window display function. The detailed requirements of the optical engine are
beyond the scope of this document, but the optical engine should have a 405 nm illuminator. Other
illuminators above 405 nm are also possible. A heatsink for the DLP5534-Q1 DMD might be needed for
operation in high temperature ambient environments, but is not included in the DLP5534Q1 Electronics
EVM.
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