DLP Products

Applications for Pico Chipsets

With a broad portfolio ranging from nHD to 1080p resolutions, DLP Pico chipsets enables a wide variety of innovative, high performance ultra-mobile and compact display applications. Product developers can quickly go to market by selecting a chipset and optical module that meets the application’s requirements.

Aftermarket head-up display  

Aftermarket head-up display (HUD) devices create a transparent display in a driver’s field of view. It can deliver helpful information such as navigation, speed, and notifications while allowing drivers to keep their attention on the road.

The DLP Pico chip is a reflective microdisplay technology used in the picture generation unit (PGU) of an aftermarket HUD. It is typically illuminated by RGB LEDs and projects an image onto a screen that is reflected off of a partially reflective optical combiner and into the eyes of the driver. The displayed image or information appears in focus at some distance beyond the optical combiner.

aftermarket head-up display

Benefits of DLP Pico technology for aftermarket HUD 

High contrast

Optical modules designed with DLP Pico chips can achieve full on/off contrast ratios of over 1000:1, depending on system design. In an aftermarket HUD, a high contrast ratio enables a highly transparent background, even at high brightness levels.

High optical efficiency

Digital micromirror devices (DMDs) incorporate highly reflective aluminum micromirrors which enable bright, power efficient aftermarket HUDs that perform well night or day.

Small size, high resolution

With micromirrors as small as 5.4µm, DLP Pico chips deliver high resolution projected images (up to full HD 1080p) while enabling very compact projection designs well suited for aftermarket HUDs.

High speed: fast refresh rates, low latency

DLP Pico chipsets support frame rates up to 240 Hz, depending on the input resolution, and enable low latency display systems. The high switching speed of DLP micromirrors reduces motion blur, and fast color refresh rates reduce sequential color breakup.

Mature ecosystem

A mature global ecosystem of established optical module manufacturers eases the design process and allows product developers to go to market faster by utilizing an existing, off-the-shelf optical engine that is already in production.

DLP Pico chipsets and evaluation modules (EVMs)

A product developer typically selects a DLP chipset for an aftermarket HUD based on the resolution requirement. However, other system requirements such as size and power consumption may also factor into the selection. A DLP Pico chipset includes two primary components: a digital micromirror device (DMD) and a display controller. Some chipsets also include a PMIC or LED driver. The table below shows the DLP Pico chipset options best suited for aftermarket HUD products.

DLP2010

DLP3010

1 Average power consumption during display of the IEC 62087 video (a standard video with a variety of content used for measuring the power consumption of audio/video equipment).

Micromirror array diagonal 0.2" 0.3"
Resolution 854x480(480p) 1280x720 (720p HD)
Typical chipset power consumption1 <200mW <350mW
Evaluation Module (EVM) DLP LightCrafter Display 2010 EVM DLP LightCrafter Display 3010 EVM
Controller part number DLPC3430 DLPC3433
PMIC/LED Driver part number DLPA2005 DLPA2005

Commercial gaming displays

The commercial gaming industry creates entertaining experiences for players in environments like casinos or arcades. Commercial gaming products, such as traditional and immersive video arcade games, slot machines and pachinko machines, often use electronic displays to attract players to a game and keep them engaged while playing.

The benefits of DLP technology for commercial gaming products include the ability to create bright, free-shape, free-form displays on a variety of surfaces such as a wall, tabletop, floor, object or a rear-projection screen. DLP technology can also enable touch interactivity, object detection, and projection mapping to make commercial gaming products more compelling to users. 

Commercial gaming displays

Free-form displays

With DLP technology, commercial gaming displays are not limited to rectangular panels. Projected displays can be developed with custom shapes and curvatures to create unique, attention grabbing designs.

On-demand display

On when you want it, invisible when off, a DLP projection system can instantly provide a display without the intrusion of a permanent flat screen panel. In addition, DLP technology enables compact projection systems that can be tucked out of sight for a display that’s virtually invisible until it’s turned on.

Display on any surface

While traditional flat-panel displays are either mounted on or placed on top of surfaces, DLP technology enables commercial gaming displays that project on virtually any surface.

Swappable and replaceable displays

Projection screens can be relatively inexpensive and are easy to replace if broken, potentially lowering the total cost of ownership. Also, a display module can be designed to accommodate a variety of screen designs, enabling a modular approach to product development.

Solid state illumination compatible

DLP chipsets are designed to be compatible with solid-state illumination, such as LEDs and lasers, which enables compact sizes and long illumination lifetimes.

DLP Pico chipsets and evaluation modules (EVMs)

A product developer typically selects a DLP Pico chipset for commercial gaming displays based on brightness and resolution requirements. However, other system requirements such as size and power consumption may also factor into the selection. A DLP Pico chipset includes two primary components: a digital micromirror device (DMD) and a display controller. Some chipsets also include a PMIC or LED driver. The table below shows the DLP Pico chipset options well suited for commercial gaming displays.

DMD part number

DLP2010

DLP3010

DLP4501

DLP4710

1 Assumes a projected image brightness of 2-3x the ambient background surface brightness. For a well-lit environment of approximately 100 nits (cd/m2) (~300 lux) ambient brightness, this translates to a projected image brightness of 200 nits. For a dimly-lit environment of approximately 30 nits (~100 lux) ambient brightness, this translates to a projected image brightness of 100 nits.

Micromirror array diagonal 0.2" 0.3" 0.45" 0.47"
Resolution 854x480 (480p) 1280x720 (HD 720p) 1280x800 (HD WXGA) 1920x1080 (Full HD 1080p)
Typical brightness Up to 150 lumens Up to 300 lumens Up to 1000 lumens Up to 1500 lumens
Typical screen size in a well-lit environment1 20-30" 30-40" 40-50" 50-60"
Typical screen size in a dimly-lit environment1 30-50" 40-60" 60-80" 70-90"
Typical optical module thickness 6-10mm 10-20mm 20-30mm 25-40mm
DLP IntelliBright™ algorithms Yes Yes No Yes
Evaluation Module (EVM) DLP LightCrafter Display 2010 EVM DLP LightCrafter Display 3010 EVM DLPC6401-based DLP Display EVM DLP LightCrafter Display 4710 EVM
Display Controller part number DLPC3430/35 DLPC3433/38 DLPC6401 DLPC3439 (2x)
PMIC/LED Driver part number DLPA2005

DLPA2005 (2.4A)

DLPA3000 (6A)

N/A

DLPA3000 (6A)

DLPA3005 (16A)

Digital signage

Digital signage is a category of displays designed for commercial and industrial spaces, including retailers, stadiums, casinos, hotels, restaurants, and airports. Digital signage delivers up-to-date information such as advertising, menus, event status, and maps in locations where people gather. In many cases, pico projection can be conveniently integrated, positioned or tucked away for an effective digital signage solution. Some use cases may require larger display sizes and brightness – learn more at digital signage with DLP standard chipsets.

DLP digital signage

Display on any surface

While traditional flat-panel displays are either mounted on or placed on top of surfaces, DLP technology enables projected displays that create an image on virtually any surface.

Free-form displays

Digital signage no longer needs to be limited to rectangular panels. Displays can be developed with custom shapes and curvatures to create unique, attention grabbing designs. Free-form projection using DLP technology allows you to fit the display based on your content needs and use case environment.

On-demand display

On when you want it, invisible when off, a projection system can instantly provide a display without the intrusion of a permanent panel. In addition, DLP Pico technology enables small projection system designs that can be tucked out of sight so they are virtually invisible until turned on.

Swappable and replaceable displays

Rear-projection screens can be relatively inexpensive and are easy to replace if broken, lowering the total cost of ownership. Also, a single optical module design can accommodate a variety of screen types and shapes, thus reducing inventory needs and development of additional hardware platforms.

Solid state illumination compatible

DLP chips are designed to be compatible with solid-state illumination, such as LEDs and lasers, which further enables compact sizes and long illumination lifetimes.

DLP Pico chipsets and evaluation modules

A product developer typically selects a DLP chipset for digital signage based on brightness and resolution requirements. However, other system requirements such as size and power consumption may also factor into the selection. A DLP Pico chipset includes two primary components: a digital micromirror device (DMD) and a display controller. Some chipsets also include a PMIC or LED driver. The table below shows the DLP Pico chipset options well suited for digital signage.

DMD part number

DLP2010

DLP3010

DLP4501

DLP4710

1 Average power consumption during display of the IEC 62087 video (a standard video with a variety of content used for measuring the power consumption of audio/video equipment).

Micromirror array diagonal 0.2" 0.3" 0.45" 0.47"
Resolution 854x480 (480p) 1280x720 (HD 720p) 1280x800 (HD WXGA) 1920x1080 (Full HD 1080p)
Typical brightness 50-100 lumens 150-300 lumens >400 lumens >500 lumens
Typical screen size in an office environment1 10-20" 20-30" 25-45" 30-50"
Typical screen size in a dim home environment1 25-35" 35-55" 55-75" 75-90"
Typical optical module thickness 6-10mm 10-20mm 20-30mm 25-40mm
DLP IntelliBright™ algorithms Yes Yes No Yes
Evaluation Module (EVM) DLP LightCrafter Display 2010 EVM DLP LightCrafter Display 3010 EVM DLPC6401-based DLP Display EVM DLP LightCrafter Display 4710 EVM
Display Controller part number DLPC3430/35 DLPC3433/38 DLPC6401 DLPC3439 (2x)
PMIC/LED Driver part number DLPA2005

DLPA2005 (2.4A)

DLPA3000 (6A)

N/A

DLPA3000 (6A)

DLPA3005 (16A)

Mobile smart TVs

Mobile smart TV products combine three exciting technologies: wireless connectivity, streaming video content and pico projection. Together, they can create a portable big screen experience. A mobile smart TV can wirelessly stream your favorite internet content and project it onto virtually any surface1. Learn more about the related Laser TV application enabled by DLP standard chipsets.

1 Projected displays perform best on matte, light colored surfaces. Performance will vary depending on projector brightness, ambient lighting, image content, and surface characteristics such as color, reflectivity, pattern, and texture.

pico smart tv

High optical efficiency

Digital micromirror devices (DMDs) incorporate highly reflective and polarization agnostic aluminum micromirrors, which enable bright and power efficient mobile smart TV products.

Small size, high resolution

With micromirrors as small as 5.4µm, DLP Pico chips deliver resolutions up to 1080p while enabling very compact projection designs.

High contrast

Optical modules designed with DLP Pico chips can achieve full on/off contrast ratios of over 1000:1, depending on system design. Higher contrast translates to more vivid colors and darker blacks.

DLP IntelliBright™ Algorithms

A suite of image processing algorithms designed to help optimize image brightness, contrast, and power consumption. DLP IntelliBright algorithms can boost brightness by up to 50%2 without increasing power consumption. For more information, read the DLP IntelliBright application note

Mature ecosystem

A mature global ecosystem of established optical module manufacturers eases the design process and allows product developers to go to market faster by utilizing an existing, off-the-shelf optical engine that is already in production.

2 DLP IntelliBright algorithms can increase brightness up to 50% compared to DLP IntelliBright algorithms being turned off, dependent on image content and DLP IntelliBright algorithm settings.

DLP Pico chipsets and evaluation modules (EVMs)

A product developer typically selects a DLP chipset for a mobile smart TV based on brightness and resolution requirements. However, other system requirements such as size and power consumption may also factor into the selection. A DLP Pico chipset includes two primary components: a digital micromirror device (DMD) and a display controller. Some chipsets also include a PMIC or LED driver. The table below shows the DLP Pico chipset options well suited for mobile smart TVs.

DMD part number

DLP2010

DLP3010

DLP4501

DLP4710

1 Assumes a projected image brightness of 2-3x the ambient background surface brightness. For an office environment of approximately 100 nits (cd/m2) (~300 lux) ambient brightness, this translates to a projected brightness of 200 nits. For a dim home environment of approximately 30 nits (~100 lux) ambient brightness, this translates to a projected brightness of 100 nits.

Micromirror array diagonal 0.2" 0.3" 0.45" 0.47"
Resolution 854x480 (480p) 1280x720 (HD 720p) 1280x800 (HD WXGA) 1920x1080 (Full HD 1080p)
Typical brightness 50-100 lumens 150-300 lumens >400 lumens >500 lumens
Typical screen size in an office environment1 10-20" 20-30" 25-45" 30-50"
Typical screen size in a dim home environment1 25-35" 35-55" 55-75" 75-90"
Typical optical module thickness 6-10mm 10-20mm 20-30mm 25-40mm
DLP IntelliBright™ algorithms Yes Yes No Yes
Evaluation Module (EVM) DLP LightCrafter Display 2010 EVM DLP LightCrafter Display 3010 EVM DLPC6401-based DLP Display EVM DLP LightCrafter Display 4710 EVM
Display Controller part number DLPC3430/35 DLPC3433/38 DLPC6401 DLPC3439 (2x)
PMIC/LED Driver part number DLPA2005

DLPA2005 (2.4A)

DLPA3000 (6A)

N/A

DLPA3000 (6A)

DLPA3005 (16A)

Pico projectors

Pico projectors can be used as a portable big-screen display for any device with video output, such as laptops, smartphones, tablets, and gaming consoles. They can offer users an easy and lightweight means to project large and colorful video in a variety of settings.

pico chipset projectors

High optical efficiency

Digital micromirror devices (DMDs) contain highly reflective and polarization agnostic aluminum micromirrors, which enable bright, battery-powered pico projection systems.

Small size, high resolution

With micromirrors as small as 5.4µm, DLP Pico chips deliver high resolution projected images (up to full HD 1080p) while enabling very compact projection designs.

High contrast

Optical modules designed with DLP Pico DMDs can achieve full on/off contrast ratios of over 1000:1, depending on system optical design. Higher contrast translates to more vivid colors and darker blacks.

DLP IntelliBright™ Algorithms

A suite of image processing algorithms designed to help optimize image brightness, contrast, and power consumption. DLP IntelliBright algorithms can boost brightness by up to 50%2 without increasing power consumption. For more information, read the DLP IntelliBright application note.

Mature ecosystem

A mature global ecosystem of established optical module manufacturers eases the design process and allows product developers to go to market faster by utilizing an existing, off-the-shelf optical engine that is already in production.

2 DLP IntelliBright algorithms can increase brightness up to 50% compared to DLP IntelliBright algorithms being turned off, dependent on image content and DLP IntelliBright algorithm settings.

DLP Pico chipsets and evaluation modules (EVMs)

A product developer typically selects a DLP chipset for a pico projector based on brightness and resolution requirements. However, other system requirements such as size and power consumption may also factor into the selection. A DLP Pico chipset includes two primary components: a digital micromirror device (DMD) and a display controller. Some chipsets also include a PMIC or LED driver. The table below shows the DLP Pico chipset options well suited for pico projector designs.

DMD part number

DLP2010

DLP3010

DLP4501

DLP4710

1 Assumes a projected image brightness of 2-3x the ambient background surface brightness. For an office environment of approximately 100 nits (cd/m2) (~300 lux) ambient brightness, this translates to a projected brightness of 200 nits. For a dim home environment of approximately 30 nits (~100 lux) ambient brightness, this translates to a projected brightness of 100 nits.

Micromirror array diagonal 0.2" 0.3" 0.45" 0.47"
Resolution 854x480 (480p) 1280x720 (HD 720p) 1280x800 (HD WXGA) 1920x1080 (Full HD 1080p)
Typical brightness 50-100 lumens 150-300 lumens >400 lumens >500 lumens
Typical screen size in an office environment1 10-20" 20-30" 25-45" 30-50"
Typical screen size in a dim home environment1 25-35" 35-55" 55-75" 75-90"
Typical optical module thickness 6-10mm 10-20mm 20-30mm 25-40mm
DLP IntelliBright™ algorithms Yes Yes No Yes
Evaluation Module (EVM) DLP LightCrafter Display 2010 EVM DLP LightCrafter Display 3010 EVM DLPC6401-based DLP Display EVM DLP LightCrafter Display 4710 EVM
Display Controller part number DLPC3430/35 DLPC3433/38 DLPC6401 DLPC3439 (2x)
PMIC/LED Driver part number DLPA2005

DLPA2005 (2.4A)

DLPA3000 (6A)

N/A

DLPA3000 (6A)

DLPA3005 (16A)

Smart home displays

Smart Home is a broad category of products and services that bring automation and interconnectivity to a variety of devices in the home, such as lighting, thermostats, appliances, and entertainment devices. Smart home displays allow for a centralized and easy accessible hub to connect these devices and communicate with users by presenting information such as status, schedules, and warnings.

Bringing smart displays into the home can offer many benefits such as interactive, adaptive and reconfigurable interfaces which can replace buttons, tablets, LCD panels and mechanical knobs in virtually every room of the house.

Smart home displays

High optical efficiency

Digital micromirror devices (DMDs) incorporate highly reflective and polarization agnostic aluminum micromirrors, which enable bright, power efficient, compact smart home display systems.

On-demand display

On when you want it, invisible when you don’t - smart home projection can instantly provide a display without the intrusion of a permanent display panel. In addition, DLP Pico technology enables small optical module designs that can be tucked out of sight or be integrated into existing home devices.

High Resolution

DLP Pico DMDs enable high-resolution projected images - up to Full HD 1080p resolution.

Displays of any shape on virtually any surface

Smart displays using DLP chips can project directly onto existing surfaces in the home, delivering convenient information just about anywhere.

Solid state illumination compatible

DLP chips are compatible with solid-state illumination, such as LEDs and lasers, which further enables compact sizes and long illumination lifetimes.

DLP Pico chipsets and evaluation modules (EVMs)

A product developer typically selects a DLP chipset for a smart home display based on brightness and resolution requirements. However other system requirements, such as size and power consumption, may also factor into the selection. A DLP Pico chipset includes two primary components: a digital micromirror device (DMD) and a display controller. Some chipsets also include a PMIC or LED driver. The table below shows the DLP Pico chipset options well suited for smart home displays.

DMD part number

DLP2010

DLP3010

DLP4501

DLP4710

1 Assumes a projected image brightness of 2-3x the ambient background surface brightness. For an office environment of approximately 100 nits (cd/m2) (~300 lux) ambient brightness, this translates to a projected brightness of 200 nits. For a dim home environment of approximately 30 nits (~100 lux) ambient brightness, this translates to a projected brightness of 100 nits.

Micromirror array diagonal 0.2" 0.3" 0.45" 0.47"
Resolution 854x480 (480p) 1280x720 (HD 720p) 1280x800 (HD WXGA) 1920x1080 (Full HD 1080p)
Typical brightness 50-100 lumens 150-300 lumens >400 lumens >500 lumens
Typical screen size in an office environment1 10-20" 20-30" 25-45" 30-50"
Typical screen size in a dim home environment1 25-35" 35-55" 55-75" 75-90"
Typical optical module thickness 6-10mm 10-20mm 20-30mm 25-40mm
DLP IntelliBright™ algorithms Yes Yes No Yes
Evaluation Module (EVM) DLP LightCrafter Display 2010 EVM DLP LightCrafter Display 3010 EVM DLPC6401-based DLP Display EVM DLP LightCrafter Display 4710 EVM
Display Controller part number DLPC3430/35 DLPC3433/38 DLPC6401 DLPC3439 (2x)
PMIC/LED Driver part number DLPA2005

DLPA2005 (2.4A)

DLPA3000 (6A)

N/A

DLPA3000 (6A)

DLPA3005 (16A)

Smartphones and tablets

Integrating pico displays into smartphones and tablets enables larger screen and power-efficient projection on virtually any surface1. On-demand second screens can be used to share photos, show a presentation, watch a movie, or even play a videogame.

The benefits of DLP Pico chipsets include excellent image quality, high optical efficiency (over 20 projected lumens per watt of illumination power2), and a broad range of resolutions (from 640x360 nHD to 1280x720 HD).

1 Projected displays perform best on matte, light colored surfaces. Performance will vary depending on projector brightness, ambient lighting, image content, and surface characteristics such as color, reflectivity, pattern, and texture.

2 20 projected lumens per illumination watt is a typical efficiency for an LED-illuminated optical module incorporating DLP Pico technology with illumination power under 2W.

DLP chipset smartphones

Small size, high resolution

With micromirrors as small as 5.4µm, DLP Pico chips can be designed into optical modules as small as 5.3mm in thickness and less than one square inch in area1 – small enough to fit in just about any mobile device and are able to create beautiful, high resolution images.

DLP IntelliBright™ Algorithms

A suite of image processing algorithms designed to help optimize image brightness, contrast, and power consumption. DLP IntelliBright algorithms can boost brightness by up to 50%2 without increasing power consumption. For more information, read the DLP IntelliBright application note.

Mature ecosystem

A mature global ecosystem of established optical module manufacturers eases the design process and allows product developers to go to market faster by utilizing an existing, off-the-shelf optical engine that is already in production.

High optical efficiency

Digital micromirror devices (DMDs) contain highly reflective and polarization agnostic aluminum micromirrors, which enable bright, power efficient projection systems.

High contrast

Optical modules incorporating DLP Pico DMDs can achieve full on/off contrast ratios of over 1000:1, depending on system optical design. Higher contrast translates to more vivid colors and darker blacks.

1 Modules of this size incorporate the DLP2010 chipset.

2 DLP IntelliBright algorithms can increase brightness up to 50% compared to DLP IntelliBright algorithms being turned off (dependent on image content and DLP IntelliBright algorithm settings).

DLP Pico chipsets and evaluation modules (EVMs)

A product developer typically selects a DLP chipset for a smartphone or tablet based on size and resolution requirements. However, other system requirements may also factor into the selection. A DLP Pico chipset includes two primary components: a digital micromirror device (DMD) and a display controller. Some chipsets also include a PMIC or LED driver. The table below shows the DLP Pico chipset options best suited for ultra-mobile and ultra-low power applications.

DLP2000

DLP2010

DLP3010

Micromirror array diagonal 0.2" 0.2" 0.3"
Resolution 640x360 (nHD) 854x480 (480p) 1280x720 (720p HD)
Typical brightness 15-25 lumens 20-30 lumens 25-35 lumens
Typical total system power (including illumination power) 1-2W 1-2W 1-2W
Typical optical module thickness for smartphone and tablet applications 5-6mm 5.5-6.5mm 7-8mm
DLP IntelliBright Algorithms No Yes Yes
Evaluation Module DLP LightCrafter Display 2000 EVM DLP LightCrafter Display 2010 EVM DLP LightCrafter Display 3010 EVM
Display Controller DLPC2607 DLPC3430 DLPC3433
PMIC/LED Driver DLPA1000 DLPA2000 DLPA2000
Third Party Optical Modules

Wearable displays

Wearable displays are devices that are worn as a helmet, headset, or glasses by the user and create an image in the user’s field of view. The display can either be see-through (augmented reality) or opaque (immersive or virtual reality). Products in this category include head-mounted displays (HMDs) and near-eye displays.

The DLP Pico chip is a reflective microdisplay technology used in the optical module in a wearable display. It is typically illuminated by RGB LEDs, and intelligently reflects light through pupil forming optics into a final optical element, such as a waveguide or curved combiner, which relays the image into the eye. DLP Pico technology enables bright, high contrast, low power HMDs with fast refresh rates.

DLP wearable displays

Low power consumption

The DLP2010 and DLP3010 have total chipset (DMD + controller) power consumption of under 350mW. In addition, the chips’ high optical efficiency decreases the illumination power required to reach a desired brightness level.

High contrast

Optical modules designed with DLP Pico chips can achieve full on/off contrast ratios of over 1000:1, depending on the system design. In an augmented reality wearable display, high contrast ratios enable a highly transparent display background even at high brightness levels.

High optical efficiency

Digital micromirror devices (DMDs) incorporate highly reflective and polarization agnostic aluminum micromirrors, which enable bright, power efficient wearable displays. DLP Pico technology is a particularly good fit for wearable displays that demand high brightness over a medium to large field of view.

Small size, high resolution

With micromirrors as small as 5.4µm, DLP Pico chips deliver resolutions up to 1080p while enabling very compact optical engine designs that meet the space-constrained demands of wearable displays.

High speed: fast refresh rates, low latency

DLP Pico chipsets support frame rates up to 240 Hz, depending on the input resolution, and enable low latency display systems. The high switching speed of DLP micromirrors reduces motion blur.

DLP Pico chipsets and evaluation modules (EVMs)

A product developer typically selects a DLP Pico chipset for a wearable display based on field of view and resolution requirements. However, other system requirements such as size and power consumption may also factor into the selection. A DLP Pico chipset includes two primary components: a digital micromirror device (DMD) and a display controller. Some chipsets also include a PMIC or LED driver. The table below shows the DLP Pico chipset options best suited for wearable displays.

DLP2010

DLP3010

DLP4710

1 Average power consumption during display of the IEC 62087 video (a standard video with a variety of content used for measuring the power consumption of audio/video equipment)

2 The framerates listed can be achieved if the incoming video is 24-bit RGB (i.e. 8-bit per color) and the video matches the native resolution of the DMD. Higher framerates can be achieved with lower bit-depth video and/or lower input resolutions.

Micromirror array diagonal 0.2" 0.3" 0.47"
Resolution 854x480 (480p) 1280x720 (HD 720p) 1920x1080 (Full HD 1080p)
Typical chipset power consumption1 <200mW <350mW <900mW
Typical field of view range 15-30 degrees 30-50 degrees 50-70 degrees
Maximum frame rate at native resolution2 240 Hz 120 Hz 60 Hz
Evaluation Module (EVM) DLP LightCrafter Display 2010 EVM DLP LightCrafter Display 3010 EVM DLP LightCrafter Display 4710 EVM
Controller part number DLPC3430 DLPC3433 DLPC3439 (2x)
PMIC/LED Driver part number DLPC2000 DLPA2000 DLPA3000