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DLP2010EVM-LC: MIPI DSI on LPD 2010

Part Number: DLP2010EVM-LC

Hello,

I need to prototype a MIPI-DSI interface into the DLP2010 EVM.

My plan is to create a new daughter board with the DLPC3430 and the MIPI-DSI interface broken out to a separate connector.

My questions are:

  1. Will the firmware stored in the optical engine Flash memory still work with the DLPC3430? If we need to replace the Flash contents, are all the tools needed available?
  2. Can the DLP GUI work with this setup?
  3. Assuming that the MIPI-DSI bus is attached through a separate connector, will we need to modify the main board?

Best regards,

Rasmus

  • To be more clear, i mean to start with the design files for the original daughter board and replace the DLPC3435 with an DLPC3430. I will leave the rest as is, and add a connector for the MIPI-DSI signals.
  • In reply to Rasmus Backman:

    Hello Rasmus,

    Could you please confirm what EVM you are referring to? I belive you are talking about the DLPDLCR2010EVM which uses the DLPC3435 instead of the DLP2010EVM-LC which uses the DLPC3470.

    Thanks,
    Kyle
  • In reply to Kyle Rakos:

    Hello Kyle,

    yes, you are absolutely correct. Sorry for the typo, I'm using the DLPDLCR2010EVM.
  • In reply to Rasmus Backman:

    Hello Rasmus,

    Thank you for confirming. To answer your question:
    1. No, you cannot use the originally installed firmware. You will need to update your firmware that works with the DLPC3430 and with DSI support enabled. We should be able to provide this firmware directly as it is not available online.
    2. This has not been confirmed but it is believe the GUI will work. You can also send I2C commands directly to the controller which will work.
    There should be no need for other modifications assuming your board implements the display board functionality.


    Thanks,
    Kyle
  • In reply to Kyle Rakos:

    Thank you Kyle, that sounds promising. I'll get on with designing my PCB then and get back to you later.

    Thanks,
    Rasmus

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