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DLPC910: TIDA-00570 High Speed DLP Sub-system DLPC910 Main Board

Part Number: DLPC910
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TIDA-00570,

In the schematic of Evaluation kit "TIDA-00570 High Speed DLP Sub-system DLPC910 Main Board" drawing № 2514435 there are some pins used at DLPC910, which in Datasheet are classified as "Reserved" pins.

I would like to know if I really need these pins to connect for proper operation or I can simply ignore them..?

These pins are: AC12, AD11, AA9, Y10, Y11, AB11, F8 (p.9 and p.11 of schematic 2514435)

  • Hello User,

    Please follow the data sheet recommendation for the first two pins (AC12 & AD11) and connect them to an external via (or test point) for possible debugging. The remainder have an internal pull up and can safely be ignored.