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DLP2000: Want to generate fringe pattern with DLP and use time of flight method for distance measurement of object
Part Number: DLP2000
I am interested in using a Digital Micromirror Device (DMD) to perform an experiment using a laser source. The goal is simply to control a few micromirrors of the DMD in order to reflect part of a laser beam.
With reference to the DLP® LightCrafter™ Display 2000 Evaluation Module. Is it possible to remove the projection part and use the DLP only for light reflection purposes?
Best Regards,Tiago Magalhaes.
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In reply to Kyle Rakos:
Tiago, Welcome to the E2E forums and thanks for your interest in our DLP technology. As Kyle states above, it may be possible to disassemble the optics and replace the LED source with a laser. However, I would note that the DLP2000 DMD has not been rated for laser applications. You should review the DLP2000 datasheet to see what specifications you light source should follow for optimal performance. You may experience reduced lifetime with this system configuration. www.ti.com/.../dlp2000.pdf I hope this helps. Best Regards, Philippe Dollo
In reply to Philippe Dollo:
Thank you for your and reply.
I have two more questions.
1) In principle, if I just remove the LED source and substitute it by another light source, would the software function normally?
2) Is there any similar product, when comparing to the DLP® LightCrafter™ Display 2000 Evaluation Module, where only the DMD is present (without the optics and the LED source)?
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