The TFP410 is a Texas Instruments PanelBus flat panel display product, part of a comprehensive family of end-to-end DVI 1.0-compliant solutions, targeted at the PC and consumer electronics industry.
The TFP410 provides a universal interface to allow a glue-less connection to most commonly available graphics controllers. Some of the advantages of this universal interface include selectable bus widths, adjustable signal levels, and differential and single-ended clocking. The adjustable 1.1-V to 1.8-V digital interface provides a low-EMI, high-speed bus that connects seamlessly with 12-bit or 24-bit interfaces. The DVI interface supports flat panel display resolutions up to UXGA at 165 MHz in 24-bit true color pixel format.
The TFP410 combines PanelBus circuit innovation with TIs advanced 0.18 µm EPIC-5 CMOS process technology and TIs ultralow ground inductance PowerPAD package. The result is a compact 64-pin TQFP package providing a reliable, low-current, low-noise, high-speed digital interface solution.
(1) The digital visual interface (DVI) specification is an industry standard developed by the digital display working group (DDWG) for high-speed digital connection to digital displays and has been adopted by industry-leading PC and consumer electronics manufacturers. The TFP410 is compliant to the DVI Revision 1.0 specification.
PanelBus, PowerPAD, and EPIC-5 are trademarks of Texas Instruments.
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Intel is a trademark of Intel Corporation.
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|Approx. Price (US$)|
|25 to 165|
|0 to 70|
|3.00 | 1ku|
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|Enhanced Product||TFP410-EP||Supports Defense, Aerospace and Medical Applications|
|Part #||Name||Product Family||Comments|
|DS34RT5110||DVI, HDMI Retimer with Input Equalization and Output De-Emphasis||Display & Imaging Interface - DVI/HDMI||Transmitting DVI signals over long connections for systems with remote displays|