September 4, 2014   Posted by: Dr. Ace Jeangle

Full HD is here

I was buried under a pile of emails with requests about FullHD release date. Everybody wanted to try RaspberryPi with its highest possible resolution.
Well, let me answer all your emails at once.

Meet our new Full HD HDMI converter:
  • slim compact design - 6.5x3.5x0.7 cm only
  • flat bottom side - can be fixed right on bottom side of LCD panel
  • HDMI to Dual-LVDS converter for resolutions up to 1920x1200, 16M colors
  • mini HDMI input for video
  • slim-profile power connector (OD=2.6mm, ID=0.65mm, positive central pin)
  • mini USB connector for easy firmware update, and for programmable backlight control from user application (yes, we did it!)
  • integrated backlight controller can generate up to 37V/1.5A right on board for most LCDs up to 23"
  • input for external ambient light sensor for automatic brightness control
  • easy programmable EDID block (through USB)
  • new universal 40-pins LVDS connector

New dual-LVDS HDMI converter for FullHD applications FullHD-HDMI-converter

We will offer this converter as a standalone solution, and will also offer in bundle with our new FullHD+ LCD:

FullHD+ 10" LCD specifications:
  • Display: 10” full-color a-Si TFT with IPS technology
  • Native resolution: 1920x1200 pixels
  • Aspect ratio: 16:10 (widescreen)
  • Display colors: 16 millions (8-bits per color)
  • Panel dimensions: 229.5mm (H) x 149.2mm (V)
  • Weight: 138 grams
  • Power consumption: 3W (typ)
  • Brightness: 400 cd/m2 (nits)
  • Contrast ratio: 800:1
  • Viewing angle: 89 deg (all directions)
  • Works well with RaspberryPi (original and B+), actually it's the highest possible resolution supported by RasPi

New FullHD+ 10" LCD with integrated HDMI converter FullHD-LCD-back

That's not all, folks! Lets continue tomorrow with news. Stay tuned!

3 comments posted in: blog
    Jul 26, 2016

    Needs slim-profile power connector (OD=2.6mm, ID=0.65mm, positive central pin)/
    What voltage & current requirements for board. 3 watts does not tell the whole story.

    Jul 26, 2016

    We need MORE pictures of this board to see other sides and reverse side.

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