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Verdin DSI to LVDS Adapter

Verdin DSI to LVDS Adapter

Verdin DSI to LVDS Adapter

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Getting Started

The Verdin DSI to LVDS Adapter connects to the MIPI® DSI connector on the Verdin Development Board or Dahlia Carrier Board to provide an LVDS data output with a resolution up to 60Hz, 1920x1200, 24-bpp.

Where do I order?

All the products are available at Toradex Webshop.

Having trouble?

Please contact us through our Technical Support Channels.

Features

Main Features

  • Texas Instruments MIPI® DSI to dual-link LVDS bridge

  • Connects to the MIPI® DSI connector on the Verdin carrier boards

  • Converts DSI signal into single/dual-lane LVDS up-to 1920x1200/1366x768, 60fps, 24bpp

  • LVDS and touch connectors compatible with the Capacitive Touch Display 10.1" LVDS

  • No external power supply required

Datasheets

Verdin DSI to LVDS Adapter Datasheet V1.1

Verdin DSI to LVDS Adapter Datasheet

Verdin DSI to LVDS Adapter Datasheet V1.0

Verdin DSI to LVDS Adapter Datasheet

Design Resources

caution

V1.1 packages are compatible with the latest Verdin Family Specification. If you are planning to design custom DSI display adapters, please rely on them.

Design Data for Verdin DSI to LVDS Adapter V1.1

Design Data for Verdin DSI to LVDS Adapter V1.0

Altium Designer

3D Models

Verdin DSI to LVDS 3D Mechanical Models

The Verdin DSI to LVDS 3D model contains the PCB and the maximum component height on top and bottom of the module.

This is a SolidWorks CAD model. You can download the free eDrawings model viewer from SolidWorks here.

This is a generic STEP model that can be opened and modified in any 3D CAD.This is a generic 3D pdf model that can be opened in Adobe Reader.

Compatible Products

Revision History

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Product Number (PID8) Format

The format of the 8-digits Product Number (PID8) is the following:

Product Numbering Scheme

The below table describes the structure of the Product Number (PID8):

FieldDescription
PPPP4-digits number, indicating the Product Configuration (PID4) that describes the key properties of the product (e.g. Product Group, RAM capacity, etc.)
VV2-digits number, indicating the Major and Minor Version (in that order)
AA2-digits number, indicating the Assembly Variant

See the complete list of available combinations on the Revision History table of the corresponding product page.

Example

Product number (PID8): 00291100:

0029: Apalis iMX6D 512MB11: Major Version 1, Minor Version 1, Version V1.1 in short00: Assembly Variant A

A specific product revision has a lifecycle defined by the product state. Learn more about it on the Product Change Notifications.

0159xxxx - Verdin DSI to LVDS Adapter

Product #Product DescriptionChanges from Previous VersionRelease DateRelevant Document
01591001
Verdin DSI to LVDS Adapter V1.0B
  • Internal and limited Partner Release

Q4, 2020

01591002
Verdin DSI to LVDS Adapter V1.0C
  • Internal and limited Partner Release
  • 2 capacitors C-NP0-10p-50V-5%-0402 have been added to the BOM (I2C Patch)

Q4, 2020

Verdin Product Family Specification Update

01591100
Verdin DSI to LVDS Adapter V1.1A
  • New PCB design
  • Replaced Main Board-to-Board Connector: Samtec QTH-030-02-L-D-A with Samtec LSS-130-03-L-DV-A-K-TR
  • Replaced Level Shifter: Texas Instruments TXS0102DCU with TI SN74AVC4T774RSVR
  • DSI Adapter control GPIO assignment has been changed
  • Implemented the changes related to the latest revision of the Verdin Family Specification
  • Various additional small improvements

Q2, 2021

Verdin Product Family Specification Update

Errata/Known Issues

Errata Document

Verdin DSI to LVDS Adapter Errata

Errata/Known issues

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Issue trackers are not yet available in the new developer website. See it on the archived developer website.

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