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Parameters

Illumination wavelength range (nm) Micromirror array size Chipset family DLP5500 Pattern rate, binary (Max) (Hz) 5000 Component type Digital Controller Number of triggers (Input / Output) 2 / 3 GPIO 0 Display resolution (Max) XGA Pattern rate, 8-bit (Max) (Hz) 700 Micromirror array orientation Micromirror driver support External Thermal dissipation (°C/W) 3.3 open-in-new Find other High-speed visible chipsets

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BGA (ZEW) 780 841 mm² 29 x 29 open-in-new Find other High-speed visible chipsets

Features

  • Required for Reliable Operation of the DLP5500 DMD
  • Stream Data Realtime With Two 24-Bit Input Ports (RGB888)
    • Port 1 Supports HDMI Input
    • Port 2 Supports Input Via an Expansion Card
  • High-Speed Pattern Sequence Mode
    • Download Pattern Data Directly to Device
    • 1-Bit Binary Pattern Rates to 5000 Hz
    • 8-Bit Grayscale Pattern Rates to 700 Hz
    • 1-to-1 Input Mapping to Micromirrors
    • Programmable Reordering of Patterns
  • Easy Synchronization With Cameras and Sensors
    • Three Configurable Output Triggers
    • Two Configurable Input Triggers
  • Multiple Configuration Interfaces
    • Supports EDID Via I2C
    • USB and SPI Device Control

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Description

The DLPC200 performs image processing and control and DMD data formatting to drive the 0.55 XGA DMD (DLP5500).

This digital controller gives users reliable, independent high-speed micromirror control. It is used for structured light, display, and other spatial light modulation (SLM) applications. Solid state illumination (SSI) technology provides pattern rates up to 5000 Hz binary or 700 Hz 8-bit grayscale.

This easily-programmable device allows users to interface and synchronize the chipset to external sources (for example, sensor, camera, and processor) enabling 3D machine vision applications with high accuracy. Multiple configuration interfaces offer flexibility for external and embedded input sources. Because the DLPC200 conveniently loads and stores custom patterns it is ideal for advanced light control applications.

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* Datasheet DLPC200 DLP Digital Controller for the DLP5500 DMD datasheet (Rev. F) May 18, 2018
* Errata DLP Products Technical Advisory Jan. 20, 2014
User guides DLPC200 SPI Slave Interface (Rev. C) Mar. 23, 2018
Application notes DMD 101: Introduction to Digital Micromirror Device (DMD) Technology (Rev. B) Feb. 23, 2018
Application notes DLP LightCommander API Application Report (Rev. C) Jun. 05, 2013
Application notes DLP LightCommander API Reference Manual (Rev. C) May 13, 2013
Application notes Using DLP® Development Kits for 3D Optical Metrology Systems May 13, 2011

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Software development

FIRMWARE Download
DLPC200 Configuration and Support Firmware
DLPR200 The DLP 0.55 XGA Chipset contains DLP5500, DLPC200 and DLPA200. To enable broad functionality of the chipset, TI is offering DLPC200 configuration and support software. This provides developers the flexibility to time and control the DLP5500 micromirrors for a variety of applications.
Features

DLPR200API - Application Programming Interface (API) for DLPC200. Provides users of the 0.55 XGA Chipset, DLP5500, API access to develop their own custom application.

 

DLPR200F - Configuration firmware for the DLPC200. Enables real-time operation of the 0.55 XGA Chipset, DLP5500, for modes such as (...)

Design tools & simulation

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DLPM001A.ZIP (208 KB) - IBIS Model

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