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DLP3030-Q1 Combiner HUD EVM
DLP3030CHUDQ1EVM
User's Guide
Literature Number: DLPU065
November 2017
Contents
1
Introduction ......................................................................................................................... 4
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
2
4
4
5
6
7
Getting Started .................................................................................................................... 9
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2
EVM Overview ...............................................................................................................
Warnings ......................................................................................................................
Specifications .................................................................................................................
Kit Contents...................................................................................................................
Electronic Boards Overview ................................................................................................
Section Overview ............................................................................................................ 9
Kit Assembly .................................................................................................................. 9
2.2.1 Instructions to Assemble EVM .................................................................................... 9
First Power Up .............................................................................................................. 14
EVM Software Tool Configuration........................................................................................ 15
2.4.1 Automotive Control Program (ACP) Lite and Total Phase Cheetah Software Installation............... 15
2.4.2 How to Connect and Use the ACP Lite Tool .................................................................. 16
Connector Pinouts.......................................................................................................... 18
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List of Figures
1-1.
DLP3030CHUDQ1EVM Kit Contents ..................................................................................... 6
1-2.
Formatter Controller Board Front .......................................................................................... 7
1-3.
Formatter Controller Board Back .......................................................................................... 7
1-4.
DMD Interface Board Front ................................................................................................. 8
1-5.
DMD Interface Board Back ................................................................................................. 8
2-1.
DMD Flex Cable Installation Alignment ................................................................................... 9
2-2.
Installation of PGU Cables into Formatter Board ...................................................................... 10
2-3.
Installation of LED and Photodiode Cables into PGU ................................................................. 11
2-4.
HDMI Cable Install ......................................................................................................... 11
2-5.
Power Cable Install
2-6.
2-7.
2-8.
2-9.
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Combiner Glass Install.....................................................................................................
Securing Combiner .........................................................................................................
PC Video Output Mode Configuration ...................................................................................
Example of C-HUD Displaying Video Content .........................................................................
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13
14
14
List of Tables
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1-1.
Performance Specifications
1-2.
Power Specifications ........................................................................................................ 5
1-3.
Temperature Specifications
1-4.
DLP3030CHUDQ1EVM Kit Contents ..................................................................................... 6
2-1.
Required Tools and Items .................................................................................................. 9
2-2.
External Input Resolutions ................................................................................................ 15
2-3.
Power Input Connector .................................................................................................... 18
2-4.
SPI Communication Connector ........................................................................................... 18
2-5.
Photodiode Connector ..................................................................................................... 18
2-6.
LED Power Connector ..................................................................................................... 18
2-7.
MCU JTAG Connector ..................................................................................................... 19
2-8.
LED Thermistor Connector................................................................................................ 19
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Chapter 1
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Introduction
1.1
EVM Overview
The DLP3030CHUDQ1EVM evaluation module (EVM) is a wide field of view (WFOV) combiner head-up
display (C-HUD) table top demonstrator. This C-HUD demonstrator enables Tier 1 and OEM customers to
demonstrate a state of the art, high-performance WFOV HUD powered by TI DLP® technology. The CHUD is based on the DLP3030-Q1 chipset and DLP3030-Q1 PGU.
The EVM runs off of a nominal 12-V supply (not provided; see Section 2.3 for details) and accepts an
HDMI input video interface.
Additionally, TI provides a software tool that can communicate via a Microsoft® Windows® PC's USB port
for brightness and display mode configuration.
1.2
Warnings
CAUTION
Caution Hot surface.
Contact may cause burns.
Do not touch.
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1.3
Specifications
Table 1-1. Performance Specifications
Resolution
WVGA (864 × 480)
Dimming Range
>5,000:1 (1)
Field of View
12° × 3.6°
Contrast Ratio
>1,000:1 (FoFo)
Virtual Image Distance
2.5 m
Color Gamut
125% NTSC (1)
Virtual Image Size
487 mm × 155 mm
Overall Dimensions
Roughly 300 mm × 275 mm × 250 mm
Eyebox Size
130 mm × 60 mm
Power Input
6-18 VDC
Max Brightness (Eyebox)
>34,000 cd/m2 (1)
Video Input
HDMI
Control Interface
SPI (via Cheetah USB to SPI adapter)
PGU Lumens
(1)
>70 Lumens
(1)
System was calibrated at 25°C and Vbatt at 12 V.
Table 1-2. Power Specifications
PARAMETER
TEST CONDITIONS
MIN
6
12
18
V
Q8WP RGB LEDs operating at 70/30 DMD duty cycle
2 (1)
5.6 (2)
13.9 (3)
W
Vbatt Input Voltage
Power Consumption
(1)
(2)
(3)
NOM
MAX
UNIT
This value defines minimum white-balanced brightness setting. With LEDs off, power consumption drops to 1.44 W.
Produces 15,000 cd/m2 on DLP3030CHUDQ1EVM or 32 lumens on DLP3030PGUQ1EVM.
Produces 34,000 cd/m2 on DLP3030CHUDQ1EVM or 70 lumens on DLP3030PGUQ1EVM.
Table 1-3. Temperature Specifications
MAX
UNIT
Operational Ambient Temperature Range
PARAMETER
MIN
–40
105
°C
Storage Ambient Temperature Range
–40
105
°C
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Kit Contents
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Kit Contents
Table 1-4. DLP3030CHUDQ1EVM Kit Contents
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ITEM NO.
ITEM
1
DMD Interface Board
2
Formatter Controller Board
3
Total Phase Cheetah USB to SPI Adapter
4
3-in DMD Ribbon Cable (2×)
5
Photodiode Cable
6
RGB LED Power and Thermistor Cable
7
Cheetah SPI Interface Cable
8
Power Input Cable
9
6-ft HDMI cable
10
WFOV HUD PGU
11
5-mm M3 Screws (4×)
12
1-ft HDMI cable extender
13
HDMI Panel Mount Connector
14
Combiner HUD Optics
15
12-mm M3 Screws (2×)
16
10-mm M4 Screws (4×)
17
Combiner Glass Mount
18
Combiner Glass
6
7
9
5
18
12
13
17
16
15
14
1
2
3
4
10
11
Figure 1-1. DLP3030CHUDQ1EVM Kit Contents
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Electronic Boards Overview
LED Power
Connector
Power Input
Connector
Photo Diode
Connector
DMD FFC
Connector
Type A HDMI
Connector
Power Good
Indicator LED
SPI Communicator
Connector
Figure 1-2. Formatter Controller Board Front
Figure 1-3. Formatter Controller Board Back
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Figure 1-4. DMD Interface Board Front
Figure 1-5. DMD Interface Board Back
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Chapter 2
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Getting Started
2.1
Section Overview
This section will provide step-by-step instructions to display an image using the EVM. Section 2.2 contains
EVM physical assembly instructions, Section 2.3 contains electrical power-up instructions, Section 2.4
contains EVM GUI installation and use, and Section 2.5 contains connector pinout tables.
2.2
Kit Assembly
Table 2-1. Required Tools and Items
ITEM NO.
ITEM
1
M3 Allen Wrench
2
M4 Allen Wrench
3
Phillips Screw Driver
4
12 V @ 3-A Power Supply
2.2.1 Instructions to Assemble EVM
•
Install the DMD Ribbon Cable between the DMD Board and the Formatter Board, ensuring that it is
inserted evenly across the entire connector, as shown on the right in Figure 2-1.
Note: This connector has a latch that must be lifted when installing the cable and then clamped down
to secure its position.
Figure 2-1. DMD Flex Cable Installation Alignment
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Install the LED Power Cable into the Formatter Board using the cable connector with the red, green
and blue wires.
Install the LED Thermistor Cable, part of the LED Power Cable, into the Formatter Board using the
cable connector with the three brown wires.
Install the Photodiode Cable to the Formatter Board.
CAUTION
Please ensure that the LED Power and LED Thermistor cables are installed
into the proper connector, as shown in Figure 2-2. Improper installation may
cause damage to the LEDs.
Figure 2-2. Installation of PGU Cables into Formatter Board
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Install the other three connectors to the matching LED color, red cable for red LED, etc. The letter
representing each wire color is marked on each LED board connector.
Install the Photodiode Cable onto the PGU near the Red LED.
Figure 2-3. Installation of LED and Photodiode Cables into PGU
•
Install the HDMI cable into the HDMI connector on the Formatter Board.
Figure 2-4. HDMI Cable Install
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Install the Power Input Cable into the Formatter Board.
Figure 2-5. Power Cable Install
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Install the Combiner Glass into the Combiner Glass mount.
Figure 2-6. Combiner Glass Install
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Gently use the set screws on the Combiner Glass mount to ensure that the Combiner Glass is secure.
Figure 2-7. Securing Combiner
•
•
•
Install one end of the HDMI cable into the HDMI connector on the side of the housing.
Plug the other side of the HDMI cable into a compatible computer.
Continue to Section 2.3 for instructions on how to power up the system.
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First Power Up
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First Power Up
Instructions to Power on HUD Package
• Procure a 12-V (3-A) supply.
• Power off the supply.
• Install the banana connectors on the Power Input Cable into the power supply. The red cable goes to
the V+ terminal, and the black cable goes to the V– terminal.
• Power on the supply.
• Once the system is powered up, a green indicator light on the Formatter Board will illuminate, and the
computer will detect an additional display called DLP_WVGA. See Figure 1-2 to locate the indicator
LED.
• If the PC is trying to duplicate the image on the EVM and the monitor, then the PC resolution can be
changed. To fix this, change the PC’s external monitor setting to "Extend."
– Press “Windows + P” key combination, then select “Extend” as shown in Figure 2-8.
Figure 2-8. PC Video Output Mode Configuration
•
The EVM will now be displaying the video content.
Figure 2-9. Example of C-HUD Displaying Video Content
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For control options, like dimming the display or changing the input source settings, please reference
Section 2.4 to install the Cheetah USB to SPI Adapter and Automotive Control Program (ACP) Lite on
your computer.
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2.4
EVM Software Tool Configuration
TI provides a software graphical user interface (GUI) tool, called the Automotive Control Program (ACP)
Lite, which can be used to configure behavior of the EVM. The following functions are supported with ACP
Lite, among others:
• Brightness / Dimming Control
• Image Orientation Flip
• Display Mode Configuration
– Internal Splash Images
– Internal Test Patterns
– External Video Resolutions via HDMI (refer to Table 2-2 for list of supported resolutions)
Table 2-2. External Input Resolutions
RESOLUTION
(1)
960 × 480
960 × 250
960 × 240
960 × 160
864 × 480 (1)
854 × 480
854 × 240
853 × 480
852 × 480
800 × 480
640 × 480
640 × 240
640 × 160
500 × 250
480 × 240
400 × 240
320 × 240
320 × 160
320 × 120
—
—
864 × 480 is the default input video resolution on system power-up.
2.4.1 Automotive Control Program (ACP) Lite and Total Phase Cheetah Software Installation
The ACP Lite and Total Phase Cheetah software are necessary to control the EVM. Follow the procedure
below to download and install the ACP Lite and Total Phase Cheetah drivers.
Note: The Total Phase Cheetah drivers and cheetah.dll are not distributed by Texas Instruments. Login
credentials must be created for www.totalphase.com/ in order to download the required software.
1. Install Automotive Control Program (ACP) Lite
• Login to www.ti.com/tool/DLP3030CHUDQ1EVM
• Navigate to the software downloads section.
• Download Automotive Control Program (ACP) Lite installer package.
• Extract the ZIP file.
• Run setup.exe.
• Follow default installation instructions to completion.
2. Install Cheetah drivers
• Download and install USB drivers for the Cheetah from www.totalphase.com/products/usb-driverswindows
Note: The installation program should be “Run as administrator” by right-clicking.
3. Download and Move cheetah.dll file
• Download Flash Center software from www.totalphase.com/products/flash-center/
• From the downloaded folder, copy cheetah.dll
• Paste cheetah.dll file into ACP installation directory, found at the following location if the default
install options were followed:
– C:\Program Files (x86)\Texas Instruments\Automotive Control Program Lite [version number]\
• Close and re-open the ACP Lite tool
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2.4.2 How to Connect and Use the ACP Lite Tool
This section explains how to connect to a PC to the EVM and display images or videos.
Follow these steps to display an image:
1. Install the Automotive Control Program and Cheetah Drivers as described in Section 2.4.1 above.
2. Ensure the HDMI cable is connected from the PC to the Type A HDMI Connector on the LED Driver
Board. See Figure 1-2 to locate the HDMI connector.
3. Connect the USB cable from the PC to the Cheetah board, and connect the SPI cable from the
Cheetah board to the LED Driver Board. See Figure 1-2 to locate the SPI connector.
4. Open the Automotive Control Program (ACP) Lite tool.
5. Click Connect as shown in the image above. The “System Not Connected” box will turn to “System
On."
6. Navigate to Dimming and Display Mode page.
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7. In the Display Mode section, select an external video resolution, splash image, or test pattern to
display. The EVM is configured to operate with an external video resolution of 864 × 480 on initial
power-up.
8. To adjust brightness, change Backlight parameter. Backlight value range is 0 to 65535. Backlight 700
to 1000 is recommended for indoor settings.
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Connector Pinouts
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Connector Pinouts
This section describes the pinout signals for each of the connectors of the electronics boards. Refer to
Figure 1-2 and Figure 1-3 for the location of each connector.
Table 2-3. Power Input Connector
REFERENCE DESIGNATOR
CONNECTOR
J2
MOLEX 5023520800
PIN #
SIGNAL NAME
TYPE
NOTES
1
Vbatt
Power Input for Digital Circuits
2
Ground
Ground for Digital Circuits
Vbatt LED
Power Input for LED Driver Circuit
Power Ground
Ground for LED Driver Circuit
6-V to 18-V Input (0.3-A max @ 12 V)
Ground 0.3-A max @ 12 V
3
4
6-V to 18-V Input (2-A max @ 12 V)
5
6
7
Ground (2-A max @ 12 V)
8
Table 2-4. SPI Communication Connector
(1)
REFERENCE DESIGNATOR
CONNECTOR
J10
MOLEX 5600200700 (1)
PIN #
SIGNAL NAME
TYPE
1
SPI CLK
SPI Clock
2
3.3V
Power
3
SPI SOMI
SPI Master In Slave Out
4
Ground
Ground
5
SPI SIMO
SPI Master Out Slave In
6
Ground
Ground
7
SPI CSZ
SPI Chip Select
NOTES
100-Ω Impedance Matched to Pin 4, Ground
100-Ω Impedance Matched to Pin 3, 3.3
100-Ω Impedance Matched to Pin 6, Ground
This connector is used for general system controls, such as dimming and video mode configuration.
Table 2-5. Photodiode Connector
REFERENCE DESIGNATOR
CONNECTOR
J3
MOLEX 5023520200
PIN #
SIGNAL NAME
TYPE
1
PD Cathode
Cathode
2
PD Anode
Anode
NOTES
The cathode is connected to the cable shield
The anode is noise sensitive and connected to the cable
center conductor
Table 2-6. LED Power Connector
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REFERENCE DESIGNATOR
CONNECTOR
J1
MOLEX 5023520600
PIN #
SIGNAL NAME
TYPE
1
Blue LED Cathode
Cathode
2
Blue LED Anode
Anode
3
Green LED Cathode
Cathode
4
Green LED Anode
Anode
5
Red LED Cathode
Cathode
6
Red LED Anode
Anode
NOTES
Common Anode
Common Anode
Common Anode
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Table 2-7. MCU JTAG Connector
REFERENCE DESIGNATOR
CONNECTOR
H1
FCI 95278-101A14LF (1)
PIN #
(1)
SIGNAL NAME
TYPE
NOTES
1
TMS
Piccolo JTAG Mode Select
2
TRSTn
Piccolo JTAG Reset
3
TDI
Piccolo JTAG Data Input
4
Ground
Ground
5
3.3V
Power
6
No Connect
No Connect
7
TDO
Piccolo JTAG Data Out
8
Ground
Ground
9
TCK
Piccolo JTAG Clock
10
Ground
Ground
11
TCK
Piccolo JTAG Clock
12
Ground
Ground
13
EMU0
Piccolo Programmer Output
Not used, pulled high to 3.3 V
14
EMU1
Piccolo Programmer Output
Not used, pulled high to 3.3 V
Active Low
This pin is cut off to key the connector
This connector was designed to be compatible with the XDS100 and XDS510 programmers from Spectrum Digital.
Table 2-8. LED Thermistor Connector
REFERENCE DESIGNATOR
CONNECTOR
J11
MOLEX 5023520600
PIN #
SIGNAL NAME
TYPE
1
Ground
Ground
2
Blue Thermistor
Anode
3
Ground
Ground
4
Green Thermistor
Anode
5
Ground
Ground
6
Red Thermistor
Anode
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