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Part Number: DLPDLCR2010EVM
I am having issues setting the led current of the EVM using the GUI tool. Furthermore, the LED current reported in the gui does not match the values in the advanced projector control tool or the supposed limits of the device)
I have been able to slightly increase the nominal brightness output through the following steps. Set the max current in advanced tool to 1023. Set the slider in the gui to 1000 (its maximum) and apply. The reported current is then 650 in the gui and 451 in the advanced tool (which reports the default value to be 263).
I have a test setup that allows for monitoring of the optical engine temperature and can increase thermal dissipation as needed to support higher current operation. Please advise on how:
1. To increase the LED drive current up to the limits of the hardware (2.4 A supported by the DLPA2005 driver although some documentation has a 769 or 1000 mA limit for 2010 evm. I'm unclear on the actual limit)
2. To save the settings so they remain persistent after power cycling the device.
I can sign an NDA if this requires custom code/firmware.
Thanks very much for your help!
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