Digital micromirror device enables projection onto windows

24-01-2020 | Texas Instruments | Automotive Technologies

Texas Instruments DLP5534-Q1 DLP Automotive Digital Micromirror Device, combined with the DLPC230-Q1 DMD controller, and TPS99000-Q1 system management and illumination controller, offers the ability to deliver a high-performance transparent window display projector.


The chipset can be coupled with 405nm illumination sources in an optical projection system, enabling projection onto windows embedded with emissive phosphor films. When these transparent emissive films are frenzied with 405nm light from a DLP5534-Q1 projector, the window becomes a display emitting light in the visible spectrum.


The device has more than three times the optical throughput of the previous device, facilitating brighter and larger displays. Furthermore, this chipset enables high power optical systems with a wide dynamic range and fast switching speeds, that do not vary with temperature. The devices are AEC-Q100 qualified for automotive applications.


The device is suitable for transparent window display for the front, side, and rear vehicle windows.

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