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Part Number: DLP660TE
How can I get an evaluation board for this pixel shifting "4k" chip (DLP660TEFYG)?
Do I have to make it myself? "www.ti.com/.../toolssoftware"
DLPA100 : Max $20
Total cost is probably going to be < $1000. Add to that a body, lens, light source and prism I guess.
I didn't see an HDMI or USB panel mount connector in the bill of material. I am not sure how you will get an image to display using this board.
Is the only other option this? "keynotephotonics.com/.../ It is a bit large and expensive compared to other evaluation boards from TI. I just need something that has a basic lens and that will display an image.
I also see the chip will not be manufactured for much longer according to the Mouser website
" End of Life: Scheduled for obsolescence and will be discontinued by the manufacturer." Is there a replacement?
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