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Texas Instruments' DLP® technology enables innovative optical solutions that disrupt existing end equipment and create new markets. The DLP chip, or Digital Micromirror Device (DMD), is an array of micromirrors that can be used for high speed, efficient, and reliable spatial light modulation. Not only a leader in consumer projection, DLP is redefining industrial, medical, telecom, security, and many other applications. With TI's powerful yet easy-to-use development tools, customers are able to reduce design cycles and deliver disruptive products.


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Portfolio Overview

DLP Chipset Chipset Components Array Size Micromirror Orientation Micromirror Pitch (µm) Maximum Pattern Rates
0.3 WVGA DLP3000
DLPC300
608x684 Diamond 7.6 4,000 Hz (binary)
120 Hz (8-bit)
0.45 WXGA DLP4500
DLP4500NIR
DLPC350
912x1140 Diamond 7.6 4,225 Hz (binary)
120 Hz (8-bit)
0.55 XGA DLP5500
DLPC200
DLPA200
1024x768 Orthogonal 10.8 5,000 Hz (binary)
120 Hz (8-bit)
0.7 XGA DLP7000
DLPC410
DLPR410
DLPA200
1024x768 Orthogonal 13.6 32,552 Hz (binary)
1,900 Hz (8-bit)
0.95 1080p DLP9500
DLPC410
DLPR410
DLPA200 (x2)
1920x1080 Orthogonal 10.8 23,148 Hz (binary)
1,700 Hz (8-bit)

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