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DLPDLCR3010EVM-G2: I have a DLPDLCR3010EVM with me I want to use only the optical engine and the DLP board I dont want to...
Part Number: DLP2010EVM-LC
We would like to shrink the system board on DLP2010EVM-LC. We do not require the HDMI and Audio inputs, push buttons and a few of the headers(J1, J4 and J8). We plan to use the unit through the USB connection with internally stored patterns.
It is ok to simply remove these (IT6801, EE PROM, DAC etc.) from the board without any adverse effects?
Extra components such as ITE6801 which enable specific system features shouldn't cause adverse effects when removed.
Do you have a comprehensive list of what you intend to remove from the board? This would give a better indication of if you run any risk in your modifications. I also recommend reviewing the DLPC3470 datasheet and observing the power-up requirements:
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In reply to Philippe Dollo:
Any updates on the above issue?
We are still working on this. Once we have a modified schematic would I be able to send it over to you for a quick review?
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