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User's Guide
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DLP® LightCrafter™ Display 4710 EVM User’s Guide
This user’s guide presents an overview of the DLP LightCrafter Display 4710 evaluation module (EVM)
and a general description of the main features and functions. It explains the first steps to get started and
shows a detailed description of the onboard LEDs and the main connectors. It gives the user a successful
start with their first DLP LightCrafter Display 4710 EVM.
Figure 1. DLP LightCrafter Display 4710 EVM
See Section 7 for additional documentation.
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Safety Instructions ..............................................................................................
What is in the LightCrafter Display 4710 EVM ..........................................................
Light Engine ........................................................................................................
Quick-Start Procedure ..........................................................................................
Connectors, Headers, and Switch Description .........................................................
EVM Setup ..........................................................................................................
Applicable Documents..........................................................................................
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Trademarks
LightCrafter is a trademark of Texas Instruments.
DLP is a registered trademark of Texas Instruments.
All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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Safety Instructions
WARNING
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Internal components may be hot. No user-serviceable parts are
inside housing. To minimize risk of personal injury, do not remove
cover. Contact TI if internal repairs are required.
WARNING
Caution hot surface. Contact may cause burns. Do not touch.
WARNING
Possibly hazardous optical radiation emitted from this product. Do
not stare at the operating lamp. May be harmful to the eye.
CAUTION
Observe handling precautions. Electrostatic sensitive devices.
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What is in the LightCrafter Display 4710 EVM
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What is in the LightCrafter Display 4710 EVM
The DLP LightCrafter Display module consists of three subsystems:
• Light engine – includes the optics, red, green, and blue LEDs, and a 1920 × 1080 (1080p) DMD
capable of 460 lumens out-of-the-box.
• Driver board – includes the DLP chipset comprising of DLPC3439 controller and DLPA3005 PMIC/LED
driver.
• System board – includes MSP430, ITE HDMI receiver, USB-serial bridge controller, and several
connectors for external inputs (HDMI, USB, and others).
Figure 2. DLP LightCrafter Display EVM Block Diagram
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Light Engine
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Light Engine
The optical engine in the EVM is developed by Qisda and is production ready.
The light engine consists of the following components:
• 0.47-inch 1080p DMD (DLP4710)
• OSRAM P1W red, green, and blue LED
Table 1. Optical Engine Specifications
PARAMETER
MIN
Brightness at 12-A LED current
TYP
lm
A
73%
Offset
100%
Throw Ratio
1.108
Focus range
4
UNIT
12
LED current
Brightness uniformity
MAX
456
30
100
inch
Quick-Start Procedure
This quick-start assumes default conditions as shipped.
1. Power up the DLP LightCrafter Display 4710 EVM by applying an external DC power supply (12-V DC,
6.67 A) to the J_PWR connector.
External power supply requirements:
• Nominal output voltage: 12 VDC
• Max output current: 6.67 A
• Efficiency Level V
NOTE: TI recommends using an external power supply that complies with applicable regional safety
standards such as (by example) UL, CSA, VDE, CCC, PSE, and so forth. The D_12ON LED
indicates that 12-V power is applied.
2. Move the SW_MSPONOFF switch to the on position to turn the DLP LightCrafter Display 4710 EVM
on. D_PROJON LED indicates that the LightCrafter Display 4710 EVM is turned on.
3. After the DLP LightCrafter Display 4710 EVM is turned on; the projector will display a DLP LightCrafter
Display splash image by default.
4. The focus of the image can be adjusted on the optical engine.
Focus adjustment
Figure 3. Optical Engine With Focus Adjustment
5. Connect USB to the LightCrafter Display 3010 EVM and open the GUI on your computer. If needed,
connect an HDMI source to the EVM and communicate to the EVM through the GUI software.
6. When turning off the projector, turn off the SW_MSPONOFF switch prior to removing the power cable.
CAUTION
To avoid potential damage to the DMD, TI recommends to turn off the projector
with the SW_ONOFF before disconnecting the power.
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7. The DLP LightCrafter has 12 indicator LEDs (see Table 2).
Table 2. LEDs on the DLP LightCrafter Display 4710 EVM
LED
INDICATOR DESCRIPTION
D_PROJON
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On when projector is turned via switch
D_12ON
12-V power applied
D_MSP
On when HDMI cable plugged in and external video detected.
Off when external video is not detected.
D_IRQS
On during DLPC3439_Slave boots
Off when projector is running. Indication of DLPC3439_Slave boot-up completed and ready to
receive commands
D_IRQM
On during DLPC3439_Master boots
Off when projector is running. Indication of DLPC3439_Master boot-up completed and ready to
receive commands
D_USBTX
Blinking when PC is communicating to DLPC3439 over I2C
D_USBRX
Blinking when PC is communicating to flash over SPI
D_MSPACK
On when Cypress CY3420 is I2C master
Off when MSP430 is I2C master
D_MSPREQ
On when Cypress CY3420 requests the MSP430 to give Cypress master control of the I2C bus
D_GPIO5
Status indication of DLPC3439_Master GPIO5
D_GP5V
On when DLPA3005 applies 5 V
D_RSTZ
On when DLPC3439 is in RESET
Connectors, Headers, and Switch Description
Table 3. List of Installed Connectors on the 4710 EVM Board
INSTALLED CONNECTORS/HEADERS
J_PEDID
Header to program the EDID
JRST
Header to set DLPC3439 in RESET
J_RED
Connector for RED LED cable
J_GRN
Connector for GREEN LED cable
J_BLU
Connector for BLUE LED cable
J_DEV
Connector for the I2C interface (DevaSys box)
J_FAN1,J_FAN2,J_FAN3,J_FAN4
Connector for 12-V DC power
J_FLEX
Connector for flex cable
J_HDMI
Connector for Mini_HDMI input
J_MSPJTAG
J_MSPONOFF
SW1
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DESCRIPTION
MSP430 JTAG programming interface connector
Projector ON/OFF switch
Push-button to request I2C
J_WPC
Unsupported
J_TMP
Unsupported
J_LABB
Unsupported
J_3DG
Unsupported
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EVM Setup
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EVM Setup
The DLP LightCrafter Display 4710 EVM has the DLP4710 chipset comprising of DLP4710 (.47 1080p)
DMD, DLPC3439 display controller, DLPA3005 PMIC/LED driver, and supporting components as the
Cypress chip, MSP430, and ITE controller all included on one board. Figure 4 shows the locations of
these parts. The MSP430 is placed on the bottom of the board and is not shown in Figure 4.
Figure 4. DLP LightCrafter Display 4710 Board
The DLP LightCrafter Display 4710 board has three LED connectors for red, blue, and green, and one
connector for the flex cable to the 0.47-inch 1080p DMD. The connectors for each LED are named on the
board as well as on the light engine. Refer to Figure 5 to see the proper setup.
NOTE: Ensure a good connection of the flex cable to the DLP LightCrafter Display 4710 board.
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Figure 5. LED Connection
Figure 6 shows the final setup of all parts.
Figure 6. DLP LightCrafter Display 4710 EVM
NOTE: Make sure that everything is setup correctly before continuing. Verify that the flex cable is
connected correctly to the LightCrafter Display 4710 board.
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Applicable Documents
The following documents are applicable to the DLP LightCrafter Display 4710 EVM and are available at
www.ti.com.
• DLP4710 (.47 1080p) DMD data sheet, DLPS056
• DLPC3439 controller data sheet, DLPS057
• DLPA3005 PMIC data sheet, DLPS055
• DLPC3439 Software Programmer's Guide, DLPU035
• DLP LightCrafter Display EVM GUI Tool User's Guide, DLPU021
If you need assistance, refer to the DLP and MEMS TI E2E community support forums.
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Revision History
NOTE: Page numbers for previous revisions may differ from page numbers in the current version.
Changes from B Revision (July 2016) to C Revision ..................................................................................................... Page
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Removed image diagonal size and updated focus range from 5 - 120 inches to 30 - 100 inches in Table 1 ................ 5
Changes from A Revision (May 2016) to B Revision ...................................................................................................... Page
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Corrected DMD resolution to 1080p in Section 3 ..................................................................................... 5
Changes from Original (June 2015) to A Revision ......................................................................................................... Page
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Updated EVM block diagram in Figure 2............................................................................................... 4
Added Throw Ratio in Table 1 ........................................................................................................... 5
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