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Part Number: DLP4710EVM-LC
We just ordered a DLP4710EVM-LC to try out, and we anticipate ordering more if it works as expected.
I've been looking through the documentation but can't find an answer to the following question (sorry if I missed something). Let's assume I put it in external streaming mode, give it a 60 Hz 1080p signal through the HDMI input, and want to get a monochrome 1-bit 1440 Hz output.
What is the temporal sequence in which the input color planes are projected? Like for instance the red least significant bit (1), red second least significant bit (2), red third least significant bit (4), etc.? Or some other sequence?
Also, Kyle said in an earlier discussion that only one LED can be turned on for any particular frame. I assumed that meant that it could always be the same LED on every (1440 Hz) frame. Is that correct? Or do you have to cycle through the red, green, and blue LEDs?
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In reply to Kyle Rakos:
In reply to Mark Wexler:
Please refer to Figure 12 on page 30 in the DLPC3479 datasheet. PDATA  is LSB of Blue channel and PDATA  is MSB of Red.
In reply to Azad:
Thank you, Azad, for your reply. Looking through the data sheet, I have another question (sorry). In section 188.8.131.52.2, "1-Bit Monochrome Patterns," it says that the output can be up to 2500 Hz. Does that mean that if I set the HDMI input at, say, 100 Hz (and referring to section 7.2.1, I realize that the input cannot be 1080p at that frequency, but OK, I can use 720p that's scaled to 1080p), I can have 1-bit output at 2400 Hz? I know that the DLP3010EVM-LC is capable of that, but didn't think that the DLP4710EVM-LC could it as well.
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