Part Number: DLP4710EVM-LC Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DLP4710 Hello
I would like to use DLP4710EVM-LC as a UV source for a 3D printer (as described TIDA-080005 ).
User's Guide says that they use OSRAM P1W LED.
Which UV LED can I use?
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The following reference design is based on DLP4710-LC EVM. It includes schematic, Gerber file and BOM.
The optical engine used in…
The TI Design TIDA-08005 -"Full High resolution DLP sub-system reference design for high speed desktop 3D printing" is based on DLPC4710EVM-LC.
The reference design has all detailed information…
The customer will have to uninstall U32 (and all the components associated with it) and connect the Vin net directly to the P12V net in order to change the input supply from 19V to 12V. Please refer to the reference schematic ( https://www.ti…
The stock design of the DLP4710-LC only features the one configuration. However, there are optical engines with the specs that you are looking for available for this chipset.
I recommend you start off by browsing the Optical Module Search Tool…
Because no LED is needed in the application, the LED is terminated to form a circuit, but the DMD does not display the example picture, there is no reaction, the power supply and ls_clk are normal,
Can you please share the source of information for "Is it recommended to use both input ports, A and B, on the DLP4710 , or one may be left unused". So that I can explain better.
For now, DLP4710 is DMD which is connected to DLPC3479…
when you are saying it was not successful.... are you saying you were not able to program the firmware on EVM or you successfully programmed the firmware but not seeing the image.
Is this EVM behaves like it from the beginning or recently …
Part Number: DLP4710EVM-LC Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DLP4710 , TIDA-080005 , , DLPA3005 , DLPDLCR4710EVM-G2 Hi Similar to the following thread :
(Hi Nadine, I would be interested in getting a copy for the 100% blue firmware for a similar application…