This small LVDS transmitter is used to convert TTL to LVDS signals! TTL signals in 18 or 24 bit format can be used as input. The output is then, in accordance with the input signals, in 18 or 24 bit format. A binary adaptation from 18 to 24 bits or from 24 to 18 bits is not carried out.
The input signals can be connected to the board via a plug connector (44-pin, pitch 2.00 mm). The converter chip generates a serial LVDS data stream from the digital TTL signals, compatible with the LVDS displays commonly used today. The advantage of this technology is the significantly lower susceptibility to interference and greater freedom in device design. The signals are transmitted via LVDS over a much longer distance, up to 15 m. Special cables may then be necessary.
With the help of this adapter you can also connect your modern display with an older graphics system. Please note that this module has no scaling function. The image size must be output natively by the graphics controller (this must be programmed/set in the graphics controller).
The bandwidth for this receiver is 20 MHz to 85 MHz. In addition, other devices or connections such as USB, touch screen or inverter can be optionally passed through.
- Lenght: 62.2 mm
- Width: 34.2 mm
- Hight: 11.5 mm
Range of temperatures
- Operating temperature: -20 °C – 85 °C
- Storage temperature: -40 °C – 85 °C
- Gross weight: 12.90 g
- Net weight: 10.33 g