Video interface controller for LCD monitor applications

The high-integration interface controller is designed to address a broad range of TFT LCD monitor applications, providing a wide range of inputs, features and LCD panel support to address market needs. The controller’s flexible port architecture provides physical inputs for DVI, VGA, S-Video and composite video, along with a wide range of video modes.

12/19/2007



The DVS-1600 high-integration interface controller is designed to address a broad range of TFT LCD monitor applications, providing a wide range of inputs, features and LCD panel support to address market needs. The controller’s flexible port architecture provides physical inputs for DVI, VGA, S-Video and composite video, along with a wide range of video modes. It comes pre-programmed to support a wide range of panel models and resolutions that are selectable via switches. It supports panel resolutions from VGA (640 x 480 pixels) all the way up to up to UXGA (1600 x 1200), as well as panel formats of 4:3, 5:4, 16:9 and 16:10. New panel timing and other features may be updated when needed via the controller’s serial port. Other features include built-in support for a wide range of industry standard VESA timing modes, plus support of legacy video modes such as Synch-On-Green and composite synch. The controller is built around a highly integrated chip set for a low component count and high product reliability, with a calculated MTBF exceeding 260,000 hours and a 3-year warranty. A wide range of accessories, including interconnect cables for most LCD panels, high reliability power supplies, and OSD switch panels, are available to provide full turnkey controller solutions.

Digital View Group
www.digitalview.com





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