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Separating the projector module from processor
For my research I am trying to separate the pico projector processor
board from the DMD projector module. What do you think is the maximum
distance between DMD module and processor board?
Does anyone know the part number/name of the socket connecting
the processor board and DMD module?
Any of your thoughts would be most helpful-I'll gladly share my results.
For the application I am designing, I have both the Optoma Pico and the dev. kit from digikey.
If anyone has suguestions please share.
I think the Detailed drawings will be release in a 1-2 working days. The connector P/N will be listed.
Additionally, the bus data rate is high (200Mhz), so this would require very detailed analysis/simulation or trial and error to determine the length without incurring timing issues that would cause problems.
I can't seem to get my hands on the drawings-the folks at digikey dont have them (yet).
A number of new documents (schematics, functional info) were uploaded here:
Is this what you need?
I combed these docs, and still can't find what I need. Digikey doesn't have the full drawigns either. Maybe if someone has the gerber files with parts list?
Its the board to board right angle connectors that i need a name for.
Check out the Mechanical for the Pico DMD:
It looks like the DMD has a Panasonic AXK6L46347G, and the sockect is Panasonic AXK5L46347G
Whether or not you can find these parts maybe the bigger issue.
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