ZHCSA85F August 2012 – February 2019 DLPC410
Table 19 shows the improvements in binary pattern rates for the DLPC410 supported DMDs when using LOAD4 enhanced functionality of the DLPR410A PROM. When using solid state illuminators (which can be switched on and off quickly), the illumination window is the period of time between when a solid state illuminator can be turned on after the micromirrors have settled to when the micromirrors start to transition to their next state (after the load and a Reset). This illumination window is typically equal to the DMD load time. When the DMD load time is long (without LOAD4) there is a longer allowed illumination window for the application. As one moves to using LOAD4 but yet keeps the illumination window unchanged, the illumination window becomes a higher percentage of pattern period, and more the limiter of the maximum binary pattern rate.
|DMD||Global Frame Rate (without LOAD4)||Global Frame Rate (with LOAD4 mode)|
|DLP650LNIR||11k binary patterns/sec||30k binary patterns/sec|
|DLP7000||23k binary patterns/sec||48k binary patterns/sec|
|DLP9500||18k binary patterns/sec||42k binary patterns/sec|