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FAQ Table of Contents
What are the DLP3010EVM-LC and DLP2010EVM-LC products?
How do I get started using the EVMs?
How to I program the DLPC3470 or DLPC3478?
What is Internal Pattern Streaming Mode?
What are 1D patterns?
Why would I want to use 1D patterns?
What are 1-bit and 8-bit patterns?
How do I stream internal patterns?
What are pattern sets?
How many patterns can be stored in each pattern set?
How to I change the frame rate for Internal Patterns?
Why is there minimum required pre-exposure and post-exposure dark times?
What is actually happening with these pre-exposure and post-exposure time requirements?
What are the supported timings for internal pattern streaming mode?
Do I have to do these minimum dark time calculations?
How do I validate the exposure time?
What if I want to quickly stream 2D patterns?
What are the supported timings for external pattern streaming mode?
What if I want to display 2D patterns that are stored in flash?
What are the supported timings for splash pattern mode?
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Hello everyone! The above FAQ has been update on 10/9/2018 with the following:
If you have an unanswered question feel free to create a separate E2E post and we may add it to the next update!
In reply to Kyle Rakos:
Updated FAQ on 10/26/18 with the link to the software programmer's guide!
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