Aftermarket Head Unit

Aftermarket head unit integrated circuits and designs

Description

Head units with integrated display typically incorporate most infotainment features into one system. This makes the head unit more cost-efficient and easier to install by the OEM. TI has a strong embedded processor and analog portfolio to support your head unit with integrated display designs.

  • Typical video interfaces red, green, blue (RGB) parallel, OLDI or HDMI, as well as controls such as I2C, SPI or GPIO.
  • Backlight drivers commonly require the boost of voltages and are typically powered off the vehicle battery.
  • Converting clock and data lines to low voltage differential signaling (LVDS) helps mitigate EMI.
  • Temp sensing is used to ensure the backlight LEDs do not drive the temp beyond the specified panel rating.

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