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Digital Controller for the DLP2010NIR DMD

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Package | PIN: NFBGA (ZEZ) | 201
Temp: S (-30 to 85)
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1-99 $31.89
100-249 $28.34
250-999 $23.30
1,000+ $20.84


  • Display controller required for reliable operation of the DLP2010 and DLP2010NIR DMDs
  • High-speed pattern sequence mode
    • 1-Bit binary pattern rates to 2880 Hz
    • 1-to-1input mapping to micromirrors
  • Easy synchronization with cameras and sensors
    • One input trigger
    • Two outputtriggers
  • I2C configuration interface
  • Input pixel interface support:
    • 24-bit parallelRGB888 interface protocol
    • 16-bit parallel RGB565 interfaceprotocol
    • Pixel clock up to 75 MHz
  • Integrated micromirror drivers
  • Integrated clock generation
  • Auto DMD parking at power down
  • 201-pin, 13mm × 13 mm, 0.8-mm pitch, VFBGA package

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Texas Instruments  DLPC150ZEZ

The DLPC150 controller provides a convenient, reliable, and multi-functional interfacebetween user electronics and the visible DLP2010 or the near-infrared (NIR) DLP2010NIR digitalmicromirror device (DMD) to steer light and create patterns with high-speed, precision, andefficiency. The DLPC150 controller enables high-speed pattern rates, along with LED control anddata formatting for multiple input formats. The DLPC150 controller also provides input and outputtrigger signals for synchronizing displayed patterns with a camera, sensor, or other peripherals.The DLPC150 controller is part of the 0.2 WVGA chipset that includes the DLP2010 or DLP2010NIR DMDand DLPA2000 or DLPA2005 power management integrated chip (PMIC). The DLPC150 controller enablesintegration of the DLP® 0.2 WVGAvisible or NIR chipset into small form-factor, low-power, and low-cost applications forprogrammable spectrum and wavelength control, such as 3D scanning or metrology systems,spectrometers, interactive displays, chemical analyzers, medical instruments, skin analysis,material identification, and chemical sensing.