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DLP®Products ECD 4K UHD EVM
User's Guide
Literature Number: DLPU077A
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Contents
Preface ........................................................................................................................................ 5
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DLPDLCR660TEVM, DLPDLCR470TEVM and DLPLCRDC4422EVM Overview .............................. 6
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
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Quick Start ........................................................................................................................ 11
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
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3.2
3.3
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DLPLCRDC4422EVM Connections......................................................................................
3.1.1 Connectors .........................................................................................................
3.1.2 TestPoints ..........................................................................................................
DLPDLCR660TEVM Connections .......................................................................................
3.2.1 Test Points .........................................................................................................
3.2.2 Connectors .........................................................................................................
DLPDLCR470TEVM Connections .......................................................................................
3.3.1 Test Points .........................................................................................................
3.3.2 Connectors .........................................................................................................
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Power Supply Requirements ................................................................................................ 31
4.1
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Downloading the Software ................................................................................................
Connecting the DLPDLCR660TEVM, or DLPDLCR470TEVM, to the DLPLCRDC4422EVM ...................
Powering-up the DLPLCRDC4422EVM and preparing for the DLPLCRDC4422EVM to be programmed .....
Programming the DLPLCRDC4422EVM and Displaying a SPLASH image .......................................
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................
Connections ...................................................................................................................... 23
3.1
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Welcome ...................................................................................................................... 6
What is in the DLPDLCR660TEVM, DLPDLCR470TEVM and DLPLCRDC4422EVM Evaluation
Modules (EVMs)? ............................................................................................................ 6
EVM Boards ................................................................................................................. 8
Other Items Needed for Operation ........................................................................................ 9
DLPLCRDC4422EVM, DLPDLCR470TEVM and DLPDLCR660TEVM EVM Flex Cable ........................ 10
External Power Supply Requirements ................................................................................... 31
Safety
5.1
5.2
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Caution Labels .............................................................................................................. 32
If You Need Assistance.................................................................................................... 32
Revision History .......................................................................................................................... 33
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1-1.
DLPLCRDC4422EVM ....................................................................................................... 7
1-2.
DLPDLCR660TEVM ......................................................................................................... 7
1-3.
DLPDLCR470TEVM ......................................................................................................... 8
1-4.
EVM System Block Diagram ............................................................................................... 9
1-5.
Flex Cable Diagram ........................................................................................................ 10
2-1.
Flex Cables on DLPDLCR660TEVM .................................................................................... 12
2-2.
Flex Cables on DLPDLCR470TEVM .................................................................................... 13
2-3.
EVMs Connected ........................................................................................................... 14
2-4.
ON/OFF Switch ............................................................................................................. 15
2-5.
DeVaSys Communication Configuration ................................................................................ 16
2-6.
USB Communication Configuration ...................................................................................... 16
2-7.
Error Message .............................................................................................................. 17
2-8.
Projector Control Menu .................................................................................................... 17
2-9.
Adding DLPC4422 Projector Control File ............................................................................... 17
2-10.
Projector Control File for the Chosen Chipset .......................................................................... 18
2-11.
DLPC4422 Projector Control Menu ...................................................................................... 18
2-12.
Loading the Flash Image .................................................................................................. 19
2-13.
Downloading Image unto the EVM ....................................................................................... 20
2-14.
Communication Between GUI and EVMs
2-15.
2-16.
2-17.
2-18.
2-19.
2-20.
3-1.
3-2.
3-3.
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Splash Image Displayed on DMD ........................................................................................
USB Communication Error ................................................................................................
I2C communication error .................................................................................................
Programming Mode error .................................................................................................
Device programming delay increase.....................................................................................
Tool bar and panel display settings ......................................................................................
DLPLCRDC4422EVM Connectors (Top View) .........................................................................
DLPDLCR660TEVM Test Points and Connectors .....................................................................
DLPDLCR470TEVM Test Points and Connectors .....................................................................
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Trademarks
DLP is a registered trademark of Texas Instruments.
About This Guide
This guide explains the hardware and software features of the DLP Products DLPDLCR660TEVM,
DLPDLCR470TEVM and DLPLCRDC4422EVM systems. The EVM architecture and connectors will be
described along with a quick start guide on how to operate the DLPDLCR660TEVM, DLPDLCR470TEVM
and DLPLCRDC4422EVM EVMs using the DLPC4422 GUI. Specific DLP® chip details and operation can
be found in related component documentation.
NOTE: Power supply, optics, illumination source, and cables are sold separately. See Other Items
Needed for Operation.
Figure 1. DLP DLPDLCR660TEVM and DLPLCRDC4422EVM Evaluation Module
Related Documentation from Texas Instruments
DLP660TE Data Sheet: DLP660TE Digital Micromirror Device (DMD), DLPS037
DLP470TE Data Sheet: DLP470TE Digital Micromirror Device (DMD), DLPS037
DLPC4422 Data Sheet: DLPC4422 DLP Display Controller, DLPS036
DLPA100 Data Sheet: DLPA100 Power Management and Motor Driver, DLPS040
TPS65145 Data Sheet: TPS65145 Triple Output LCD Supply with Linear Regulator and Power,
DLPS053
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Chapter 1
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DLPDLCR660TEVM, DLPDLCR470TEVM and
DLPLCRDC4422EVM Overview
1.1
Welcome
The DLP Products DLPDLCR660TEVM, DLPDLCR470TEVM and DLPLCRDC4422EVM evaluation
modules (EVMs) offer a reference design to enable faster development cycles for users of the DLPC4422
chips and allow evaluation of TI’s DLP660TE and DLP470TE UHD chipsets. These consist of two DMD
EVMs (DLPDLCR660TEVM and DLPDLCR470TEVM) and one controller EVM (DLPLCRDC4422EVM)
These evaluation kits bring together a set of components providing a great starting point to evaluate a
UHD DLP system for:
• Laser TV
• Enterprise Projectors
• Digital Signage
• Gaming Machines
• Smart Projectors
• State Lighting Systems
1.2
What is in the DLPDLCR660TEVM, DLPDLCR470TEVM and DLPLCRDC4422EVM
Evaluation Modules (EVMs)?
The DLPDLCR660TEVM, DLPDLCR470TEVM and DLPLCRDC4422EVM are designed to be used in
pairs. The DMD EVMs cannot operated with the Controller EVM, DLPLCRDC4422EVM.
The DLPDLCR660TEVM, which includes the DLP660TE display chip, and the DLPDLCR470TEVM
include the two flex cables required to connect to the DLPLCRDC4422EVM. DLPLCRDC4422EVM
includes all circuitry required to drive the DLP660TE & DLP470TE display chip.
The DLPLCRDC4422EVM includes two DLPC4422 controllers in master-slave mode, two DLPA100s
which serve as the power management and motor drivers, and other system circuitry such as the Vx1
receiver and system fan control.
The DLPLCRDC4422EVM can be programmed with either the DLP660TE or DLP470TE firmware which is
available on the DLPC4422 product page. This firmware allows the DLPLCRDC4422EVM to drive either
display chip. Figure 1-1 and Figure 1-2 show the top side of each EVM.
NOTE: Figure 1-2 does not show the necessary flex cables needed to pair to DLPLCRDC4422EVM.
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What is in the DLPDLCR660TEVM, DLPDLCR470TEVM and DLPLCRDC4422EVM Evaluation Modules
(EVMs)?
Figure 1-1. DLPLCRDC4422EVM
Figure 1-2. DLPDLCR660TEVM
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Figure 1-3. DLPDLCR470TEVM
1.3
EVM Boards
The DLPDLCR660TEVM, DLPDLCR470TEVM and DLPDLCRDC4422EVM EVMs contain the electronics
required to drive either DLP660TE or DLP470TE DMD. The DLPLCRDC4422EVM offers several interface
options for USB, I2C, and trigger inputs and outputs.
The system block diagram Figure 1-4 details the functionality and control when using the
DLPDLCR660TEVM and DLPDLCRDC4422EVM.
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The major components of the DLPLCRDC4422EVM are:
• Two DLPC4422 controllers
• Two DLPA100 power management and motor driver chips
• Altera FPGA used to split incoming Vx1 data for the two DLPC4422 controllers
The major components of the DLPDLCR660TEVM are:
• DLP660TE 0.66-inch UHD DMD
• Two flex cables designed to connect the DLPDLCR660TEVM to the DLPLCRDC4422EVM
• TPS65145 used to generate the DMD's reset voltages
The major components of the DLPDLCR470TEVM are:
• DLP470TE 0.47-inch UHD DMD
• Two flex cables designed to connect the DLPDLCR470TEVM to the DLPLCRDC4422EVM
• TPS65145 used to generate the DMD's reset voltages
1.4
Other Items Needed for Operation
The DLPDLCR660TEVM, DLPDLCR470TEVM and the DLPLCRDC4422EVM are evaluation modules
(EVM) that are capable of displaying images on to the DMD. However, these EVMs do not ship with
optics, illumination source, cables, power supplies, or additional hardware components. These are system
parameters that are left for the user to design, the EVMs are meant to accelerate initial system design.
• Power supply (See Section 4.1)
• Mini-USB cable: A to B USB cable
• Optics
• Illumination module and source
• Front-End Vx1 Source capable of running at 600 MHz pixel clock
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Electrical malfunctions can occur by stressing the flex cable(s) connecting the DMD circuit board to the
DLPLCRDC4422EVM controller circuit board. Stressing the flex cable can be caused by:
• Bending the cable outside the area identified in Figure 1-5 (within 20.3 mm of connector plate centers).
• Repeatedly bending the flex cable(s) where the bend radius is less than 25.4 mm.
• A single bending of the flex cable(s) where the bend radius is less than 6.35 mm.
Figure 1-5. Flex Cable Diagram
NOTE: The minimum bend radius for forming flex cable (flexible) circuit is 6.35 mm
Minimize any handline/movement on the flex cables during operation
Use caution when bending the flex cable to not exceed bending guidelines explained above.
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Quick Start
This chapter offers a quick start guide on how to connect the DLPDLCR660TEVM or DLPDLCR470TEVM
to the DLPLCRDC4422EVM, how to power up the DLPLCRDC4422EVM, and how to program the
DLPLCRDC4422EVM to display a SPLASH image on the DMD.
2.1
Downloading the Software
Before programming the DLPLCRDC4422EVM, ensure the DLPC4422 GUI and DMD firmware are both
downloaded on the PC. The DLPC4422 GUI will allow for operation of the EVM and the DMD firmware is
required so the DLPLCRDC4422EVM knows which DMD is being controlled. If the DLPDLCR660TEVM is
being used with the DLPLCRDC4422EVM, the DLP660TE firmware is needed. Else if the
DLPDLCR470TEVM is used, the DLP470TE firmware is needed.
The DLP660TE firmware and DLPC4422 GUI can be found under the “Tools and Software” tab on the
product pages on TI.com. These are the product pages for the DLP660TE, the DLP470TE, and the
DLPC4422.
2.2
Connecting the DLPDLCR660TEVM, or DLPDLCR470TEVM, to the DLPLCRDC4422EVM
Before connecting the DLPDLCR660TEVM/DLPDLCR470TEVM to the DLPLCRDC4422EVM, locate the
two flex cables that are packaged with either the DLPDLCR660TEVM/DLPDLCR470TEVM. Ensure the
flex cables are not torn or damaged before connecting the DMD EVMs or the DLPLCRDC4422EVM.
The flex cables are exactly the same, meaning there is not a “right” or “left” cable. The cables are
interchangeable, as long as the side of each cable labeled “DMD END” is connected to the
DLPDLCR660TEVM/DLPDLCR470TEVM and the other end is connected to the DLPLCRDC4422EVM.
The steps for the connecting the EVMs are listed below:
1. Unscrew and remove the backer plate on each end of the flex cable.
2. Position the flex cable end which says “DMD END” to the backside of the DMD board.
3. Insert the two guide pins of the flex cable into the DMD board.
4. Using the guide pins, place one backer plate on the front side of the DMD board.
5. Screw the flex cable screws clockwise into the backer plate until nearly fully inserted
6. Take turns screwing in the screws so until each is lightly snug. Do not over-tighten.
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Figure 2-1. Flex Cables on DLPDLCR660TEVM
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Figure 2-2. Flex Cables on DLPDLCR470TEVM
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Repeat the above steps to connect the other end of each flex cable to the DLPLCRDC4422EVM. The
EVM should look like after the flex cables have been connected to both the DLPDLCR660TEVM and the
DLPLCRDC4422EVM. The process is the same for use with the DLPDLCR470TEVM.
Figure 2-3. EVMs Connected
2.3
Powering-up the DLPLCRDC4422EVM and preparing for the DLPLCRDC4422EVM to
be programmed
Before powering up the EVM, ensure the included DLPLCRDC4422EVM jumpers are in the correct
positions. The jumper locations are listed in Section 3.1.1 .
Table 2-1. Reference Designators
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Jumper
Description (Bold Indicates Default Position)
J11 - Front End 12V
Unistalled - Main Board is Powered From its Own AC Adaptor
Installed - Front End Board Provides Power to Main Board
J14 - Blue LED enable or Lamp Ballast
Pins 1,2 connected Blue LED Enable
Pins 2,3 connected Lamp Mode
J28 - TDO1 or TDO2
Pins 1,2 connected TDI in to slave is from TDO1 from Master
Pins 2,3 connected TDI in to slave is from TDO2 from Master
J29 - Manual Reset
Uninstalled - Normal Operation
Installed - Hold in Reset
J31 - Hold in Boot Loader
Uninstalled - Normal Operation
Installed - Hold in Boot Loader
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Table 2-1. Reference Designators (continued)
Jumper
Description (Bold Indicates Default Position)
J32 - Vx1 Swap P/N
Uninstalled - Swapping P and N
Installed - Not Swapping P and N
J33 - Vx1 Swap Bit Order
Uninstalled - Swapping Bit Order
Installed - Not Swapping Bit Order
J34 - LED Enable Invert
Pins 1,2 connected LED_EN inverted
Pins 2,3 connected LED_EN not inverted
J38 - Light to Frequency Sensor or ADC Integrating
Sensor
Pins 1,2 connected ADC Integrating Sensor
Pins 2,3 connected Comparator Sensor
J40 - High Current Fan 5 or Fan 6
Pins 1,2 connected for High Current Fan 5
Pins 2,3 connected for Fan 6
Jumper J31 is the “Hold BL” jumper. This jumper is used to put the DLPLCRDC4422EVM into boot loader
mode, which allows the DLPC4422 controllers to be programmed. Connect this jumper to prepare the
DLPLCRDC4422EVM to be programmed.
To power up the DLPLCRDC4422EVM, a 12V, 5A power supply is needed. Ensure the power supply is
functional and the switch SW1 on the EVM is set to off before connecting the power supply to the EVM.
Connecting the power supply when the switch is in the off position may prevent damage to the
DLPLCRDC4422EVM from poor power connections. The image below shows SW1 in the on position.
Figure 2-4. ON/OFF Switch
Once the power supply has been connected to the DLPLCRDC4422EVM, the switch SW1 can be flipped
to the “on” position. You can then plug in the USB cable into the board to prepare for programming the
board.
2.4
Programming the DLPLCRDC4422EVM and Displaying a SPLASH image
Follow these steps in order to download and configure the DLPC4422 GUI.:
1. Download and install the DLPDLCR660TEVM Firmware SW package. The Projector Control
(.projector) and Firmware binary(.img) files will be located in the install directory. The same procedure
applies to the DLPDLCR470TEVM with the appropriate firmware.
2. Setting up Communication Preferences:
a. DLPC4422 GUI supports USB and I2C communication. To change these settings, please go to
Edit- >Preferences->Communication.
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Figure 2-5. DeVaSys Communication Configuration
b. For USB, please select the USB interface. Note: USB is the preferred method to download the
firmware flash image to the projector as it is much faster than I2C.
Figure 2-6. USB Communication Configuration
c. An error message may appear saying the USB driver cannot be opened. This is expected, as we
have not yet enabled communication on the board. Click “OK” on this error.
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Figure 2-7. Error Message
3. Projector Control Configuration:
a. Run the DLPC4422 GUI tool and select the Projector Control sub-tool
Figure 2-8. Projector Control Menu
b. Select Open Projector File then select Add. Navigate to the .projector file location installed in step
1
Figure 2-9. Adding DLPC4422 Projector Control File
c. Ensure the desired Projector Control file is checked, then select OK. Note: If you want to use one
Projector Control file at a time, please deselect the files you do not want to see before selecting
OK.
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Figure 2-10. Projector Control File for the Chosen Chipset
d. Once this file is loaded, you can navigate through its pages to control a DLPC4422 controller.
Figure 2-11. DLPC4422 Projector Control Menu
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4. Flash Loader Configuration:
a. Select the Flash Loader sub-tool, and then select the Browse button. The default location after
downloading the EXE file should be “C:\Texas Instruments-DLP\DLP660TE-8.1\SW
V8.1\DLP660TE_Chipset_Firmware_v8.1”. After navigating to this directory, select the
“Flash_DUAL_DLPC4422_DLP660TE_LED.img” file and click on "open".
Figure 2-12. Loading the Flash Image
b. Select Complete Image Download for first time download. The flash should have the boot loader
pre-loaded; uncheck the Skip Boot Loader Area. Check this only if you need to upgrade the
bootloader.
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Figure 2-13. Downloading Image unto the EVM
c. 7. Connect DLPLCRDC4422EVM to PC via USB. Ensure USB communication capability by
clicking “Reset Bus” on the bootloader menu in the DLPC4422 GUI. The “Status” field should look
as follows:
Figure 2-14. Communication Between GUI and EVMs
NOTE: If there is an issue with USB communication, turn off DLPLCRDC4422EVM and
disconnect then reconnect USB cable and power on board.
d. Select Start Download to begin.
e. Click “Start Download”. The loading process should take between 5 and 10 minutes.
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f. After the download has completed, switch SW1 to “off” and switch the power to the UUT off.
Remove the jumper on J31 from the DLPLCRDC4422EVM board.
g. After removing the jumper, re-enable power to the DLPLCRDC4422EVM. Switch SW1 to the “On”
position. A Red LED should appear after a few seconds. The Red LED will shut off and a green
LED will begin blinking. After the blinking LED appears, the DLP Texas Instruments logo should be
visible on the DMD for a few seconds. The DMD should be appear as follows:
Figure 2-15. Splash Image Displayed on DMD
Turn the switch back to the “off” position before connecting the USB cable to DLPLCRDC4422EVM. The
power supply does not have to be disconnected before connecting the USB cable. Once the USB cable is
connected to the DLPLCRDC4422EVM (and the PC), turn the switch on the DLPLCRDC4422EVM to the
“on” position.
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Problem
Possible solutions
USB Communication Error
Verify the correct communication settings have been
applied. Ensure the USB cable is connected both to the
projector and computer.
Figure 2-16. USB Communication Error
I2C communication error
Verify the correct communication settings have been
applied. Ensure a DeVaSys box and the appropriate USB
and I2C cables are connected.
Figure 2-17. I2C communication error
Programming Mode error
Figure 2-18. Programming Mode error
Please check your connection settings and try again. Note:
If this occurs only occasionally, increase the programming
delay to 20000ms.
Figure 2-19. Device programming delay
increase
Tool bars or panels missing
Figure 2-20. Tool bar and panel display
settings
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Connections
This chapter introduces all the connections and test points available on the DLPLCRDC4422EVM and
DLPDLCR660TEVM.
3.1
DLPLCRDC4422EVM Connections
Figure 3-1 depicts the switches and connectors with their respective locations. Note that neither cables
nor the power supply is included with the module.
Figure 3-1. DLPLCRDC4422EVM Connectors (Top View)
3.1.1
Connectors
1. J1 – Colorwheel #2 motor drive
2. J2 – Colorwheel #1 motor drive
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3. J3 – Lamp Ballast Control
4. J4 – Colorwheel #2 Index Sensor
5. J5 – Colorwheel #1 Index Sensor
6. J6 – Fan #3
7. J7 – Fan #2
8. J8 – Fan #1
9. J9 – V-By-One Input
10. J10 – I2C1 Bus
11. J11 – FE_12V
12. J12 – I2C2 Bus
13. J13 – I2C0 Bus
14. J14 - Blue_LED_EN / Lamp Mode
15. J15 - FAN #6
16. J16 - FAN #5
17. J17 - FAN #4
18. J18 - Keyboard Interface
19. J19 - FPGA Testmux Header
20. J20 - 5V Fan
21. J21 – FPGA_JTAG
22. J22 - 12V Input
23. J23 - FPGA Testmux
24. J24 - FPGA Testmux Header
25. J25 - FPGA Test Points
26. J26 - RS_232_M (Master)
27. J27 - ASIC JTAG
28. J28 - JTAG TDO1/2 Bus Selection
29. J29 - Manual Reset Jumper
30. J30 - Optional DLP1000 #3 Header
31. J31 - HOLD_BL
32. J32 – Vx1 Swap PN
33. J33 – Vx1 Swap Bit Order
34. J34 - LED_EN
35. J35 - RS_232_S (Slave)
36. J36 - PWM SSI Driver I/F
37. J37 - JTAG Boundary Scan
38. J38 – ADC Sensor Interface
39. J39 - SPI Driver and Control I/F
40. J40 – FAN6_EN
41. J41 – Mini-USB
42. J42 –SM_PIC (Actuator Test Points)
43. J43 - XPR
44. J44 – SSI_TSP
45. J45 – ADC Integrating Sensor Board I/F
46. J46 – D_BLK
47. J47 – 3D_TOG
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49.
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51.
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55.
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3.1.2
J48 – L2F_Sens
J49 – SSI SPI Control
J50 – Flex Cable Connector
J51 – Flex Cable Connector
J52 – 4422 (Master) Testpoints
J53 – 4422 (Slave) Testpoints
J54 - Actuator Interface
J55 - Actuator Interface
J56 - Actuator Interface
TestPoints
1. TP1 - LAMPLITZ_FLTR
2. TP2 - CW1 Sense Input
3. TP3 - CW2 Sense Input
4. TP4 - CW_INDEX2
5. TP5 - CW_INDEX1
6. TP6 - LMPCTRL
7. TP7 - P5V_M
8. TP8 - GND
9. TP9 - P12V
10. TP10 - A1P8V_M
11. TP11 - P12V
12. TP12 - GND
13. TP13 - CW_PWM1
14. TP14 - P1P1V_M
15. TP15 - P1P8V_M
16. TP16 - P3P3V_M
17. TP17 - P2P5V_M
18. TP18 - ACT_SYNC_0
19. TP19 - ACT_SYNC_1
20. TP20 - P5V_S
21. TP21 - GND
22. TP22 - EXT_ARSTZ
23. TP23 - MTR_ARSTZ
24. TP24 - S_P1_VSYNC
25. TP25 - A1P8V_S
26. TP26 - S_P1_HSYNC
27. TP27 - S_P_CLK1
28. TP28 - CW_PWM2
29. TP29 - S_P_DATAEN1
30. TP30 - M_P_CLK1
31. TP31 - P1P1V_S
32. TP32 - M_P_DATAEN1
33. TP33 - M_P1_HSYNC
34. TP34 - M_P1_VSYNC
35. TP35 - P1P8V_S
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TP36 - P3P3V_S
TP37 - SSP0_CSZ0
TP38 - DADSTB
TP39 - P2P5V_S
TP40 - SSP0_CSZ1
TP41 - SSP0_RXD
TP42 - SSP0_CSZ2
TP43 - A_SSP0_CLK
TP44 - SSP0_CSZ3
TP45 - A_SSP0_TXD
TP46 - LED_SCLK
TP47 - LED_DIN
TP48 - ADC_SCLK
TP49 - ADC_SDO
TP50 - LED_DOUT
TP51 - LED_OE
TP52 - LED_DIR
TP53 - ADC_RST
TP54 - ADC_SDIN
TP55 - ADC_CSZ
TP500 - GND
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3.2
DLPDLCR660TEVM Connections
Figure 3-2 depicts the switches and connectors with their respective locations.
Figure 3-2. DLPDLCR660TEVM Test Points and Connectors
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3.2.1 Test Points
1. TP1 - DMD_P3P3V
2. TP2 - GND
3. TP3 - VOFFSET
4. TP4 - EN_OFFSET
5. TP5 - VRESET
6. TP6 - VBIAS
7. TP7 - PG_OFFSET
8. TP8 - GND
9. TP9 - GND
10. TP10 - MBRST0*
11. TP11 - MBRST1*
12. TP12 - MBRST2*
13. TP13 - MBRST3*
14. TP14 - MBRST4*
15. TP15 - MBRST5*
16. TP16 - MBRST6*
17. TP17 - MBRST7*
18. TP18 - MBRST8*
19. TP19 - MBRST9*
20. TP20 - MBRST10*
21. TP21 - MBRST11*
22. TP22 - MBRST12*
23. TP23 - MBRST13*
24. TP24 - MBRST15*
25. TP25 - MBRST14*
26. TP26 - N/A
27. TP27 - N/A
28. TP28 - N/A
29. TP29 - N/A
30. TP30 - GND
31. TP31 - GND
32. TP32 - DMD_P1P8V
NOTE: (*) - These signals are not internally connected in the DMD
3.2.2 Connectors
1. J1 - Flex Cable Connector
2. J2 - Flex Cable Connector
3. J4 - I2C
3.3
DLPDLCR470TEVM Connections
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3.3.1 Test Points
1. TP1 - DMD_P3P3V
2. TP2 - GND
3. TP3 - DMD_P1P8V
4. TP4 - VOFFSET
5. TP5 - EN_OFFSET
6. TP6 - VRESET
7. TP7 - VBIAS
8. TP8 - PG_OFFSET
9. TP9 - GND
10. TP10 - GND
11. TP23 - BIST_A
12. TP24- BIST_B
13. TP25- BIST_C
14. TP26- BIST_D
15. TP27 - GND
16. TP28 - GND
3.3.2 Connectors
1. J1 - Flex Cable Connector
2. J2 - Flex Cable Connector
3. J4 - I2C
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Power Supply Requirements
4.1
External Power Supply Requirements
The DLPLCRDC4422EVM does not include a power supply. The external power supply requirements are:
• Nominal voltage: 12-V DC -5%/+10%
• Maximum Output Current: 7 A
• DC connector size:
– Inner diameter: 2.5 mm
– Outer diameter: 5.5 mm
– Shaft: 9.5-mm female, center positive
• Efficiency level: V
• A recommended power supply is
• Digi-Key part number 993-1009-ND, or equivalent
NOTE: External Power Supply Regulatory Compliance Certifications: Recommend selection and use
of an external power supply, which meets TI’s required minimum electrical ratings in addition
to complying with applicable regional product regulatory and safety certification requirements
such as (by example) UL, CSA, VDE, CCC, PSE, and so forth.
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Safety
5.1
Caution Labels
CAUTION
The kit contains ESD-sensitive components.
Handle with care to prevent permanent damage.
5.2
If You Need Assistance
Refer to the
DLP E2E Community support forums.
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NOTE: Page numbers for previous revisions may differ from page numbers in the current version.
Changes from Original (March 2019) to A Revision ....................................................................................................... Page
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Added DLPDLCR470TEVM to the User's Guide; a global change. ................................................................ 5
Changed "Together" to "in pairs" in Section 1.2 ...................................................................................... 6
Changed "The DLPLCRDC4422EVM can be programmed with the DLP660TE firmware which is available on the
DLPC4422 product page. This firmware allows the DLPLCRDC4422EVM to drive the DLP660TE chip." to "The
DLPLCRDC4422EVM can be programmed with either the DLP660TE or DLP470TE firmware which is available on the
DLPC4422 product page. This firmware allows the DLPLCRDC4422EVM to drive either display chip." ..................... 6
Removed text " Note that neither the cables nor the power supply are included with the module." from Section 3.2. .... 27
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