Part Number: DLPDLCR2010EVM
Hello TI Community,
I am using a DLPDLCR2010EVM where the DMD has been removed from the projector engine and placed into a custom optical chassis for a structured light application. I want to get a frame sync signal from the boards to sync and trigger a camera. I would appreciate any help as I don't see a VSYNC test point in the schematics.
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In reply to Kyle Rakos:
In reply to Zach:
The link below is an earlier post and addresses the 3010EVM VSYNC. VSYNC was available on TP2 after a firmware update.
For the 2010EVM I am hoping there is a similar solution. The signal on R64 appears to have the correct timing (~1.8V P-P, ~17ms, assuming it should be similar to the 3010EVM) but the the signal is not a clean square wave seen on the 3010EVM. This signal may work but I will have to try before I know for certain. I soldered a wire to R64 to get at it on the side away from the chip. Maybe tapping in between R64 and the chip is a better location. Do you have any other thoughts?
There is no signal when the projector module is first powered up and there is no signal while inputting video while measuring TP2 on the main board. Attached is a screen shot of the software and firmware versions.
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