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Array diagonal (in) 0.46 Display resolution (Max) 1358x566 Component type DMD Chipset family DLP4620S-Q1
Array diagonal (in) 0.46 Display resolution (Max) 1358x566 Component type DMD Chipset family DLP4620S-Q1
  • Qualified for automotive applications
    • –40°C to 105°C operating DMD array temperature range
  • Functional Safety Quality-Managed
    • Documentation available to aid ISO 2626 functional safety system design up to ASIL-B
  • The DLP4620S-Q1 automotive chipset includes:
    • DLP4620S-Q1 DMD
    • DLPC230S-Q1 DMD controller
    • TPS99000S-Q1 system management and illumination controller
  • 0.46-inch diagonal micromirror array
    • 7.6-µm micromirror pitch
    • ±12° micromirror tilt angle (relative to flat state)
    • Bottom illumination enables high efficiency and smaller engine size
    • Up to 1920 × 960 resolution with external GPU based quincunx preprocessing

    • 1358 × 566 or 1220 × 610 resolution modes
    • Compatible with LED or laser illumination
  • 600-MHz subLVDS DMD interface for low power and emission
  • 10-kHz DMD refresh rate over temperature extremes
  • Built-in self test (BIST) of DMD memory cells
  • Qualified for automotive applications
    • –40°C to 105°C operating DMD array temperature range
  • Functional Safety Quality-Managed
    • Documentation available to aid ISO 2626 functional safety system design up to ASIL-B
  • The DLP4620S-Q1 automotive chipset includes:
    • DLP4620S-Q1 DMD
    • DLPC230S-Q1 DMD controller
    • TPS99000S-Q1 system management and illumination controller
  • 0.46-inch diagonal micromirror array
    • 7.6-µm micromirror pitch
    • ±12° micromirror tilt angle (relative to flat state)
    • Bottom illumination enables high efficiency and smaller engine size
    • Up to 1920 × 960 resolution with external GPU based quincunx preprocessing

    • 1358 × 566 or 1220 × 610 resolution modes
    • Compatible with LED or laser illumination
  • 600-MHz subLVDS DMD interface for low power and emission
  • 10-kHz DMD refresh rate over temperature extremes
  • Built-in self test (BIST) of DMD memory cells

The DLP4620S-Q1 automotive digital micromirror device (DMD), combined with the DLPC230S-Q1 DMD controller and TPS99000S-Q1 system management and illumination controller, provides the capability to achieve high-performance, high-resolution augmented reality head-up display (HUD). The 2:1 aspect ratio supports very wide aspect ratio designs, and the 0.9-MP resolution enables retinal limited displays to be achieved in HUD applications. The DLP4620S-Q1 has a good balance of optical throughput and resolution enabling wide field of view and large driver eye box for enhanced user experience. This chipset, coupled with LEDs or lasers and an optical system, enables deep saturated colors of 125% NTSC, extremely high brightness of more than 15,000 cd/m2, high dynamic dimming ratio more than 5000:1, and high solar load tolerance. The DLP4620S-Q1 automotive DMD micromirror array is configured for bottom illumination, which enables highly efficient and more compact optical engine designs to support left and right driver configurations. The DLP4620S-Q1 device is available in a panel package for optimized system cost. The package has low thermal resistance to the DMD array to enable efficient thermal solutions.

The DLP4620S-Q1 automotive digital micromirror device (DMD), combined with the DLPC230S-Q1 DMD controller and TPS99000S-Q1 system management and illumination controller, provides the capability to achieve high-performance, high-resolution augmented reality head-up display (HUD). The 2:1 aspect ratio supports very wide aspect ratio designs, and the 0.9-MP resolution enables retinal limited displays to be achieved in HUD applications. The DLP4620S-Q1 has a good balance of optical throughput and resolution enabling wide field of view and large driver eye box for enhanced user experience. This chipset, coupled with LEDs or lasers and an optical system, enables deep saturated colors of 125% NTSC, extremely high brightness of more than 15,000 cd/m2, high dynamic dimming ratio more than 5000:1, and high solar load tolerance. The DLP4620S-Q1 automotive DMD micromirror array is configured for bottom illumination, which enables highly efficient and more compact optical engine designs to support left and right driver configurations. The DLP4620S-Q1 device is available in a panel package for optimized system cost. The package has low thermal resistance to the DMD array to enable efficient thermal solutions.

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