The VP13 is the ideal LCD controller board for applications requiring simultaneous viewing of 2 or more inputs. Two input channels are standard, and up to 2 additional channels can be supported via input mezzanine boards. Each input can be placed in one or more windows within the output active area.
Supported inputs include DVI, RGB, component, composite and many specialty video formats. DisplayPort and Dual DVI inputs are options. Supported outputs include LVDS, parallel RGB, and Single Link DVI.
Single/dual/quad LVDS output, parallel digital (up to 165 MPixel, single pixel), and DVI (single link) outputs
Supported video inputs include DVI, RGB, component, composite and specialty video formats. Optional DisplayPort and Dual DVI inputs
Input resolutions up to WUXGA (for DVI and analog RGB) and WQXGA (for optional Dual DVI input)
Video area-of-interest control, resizing, retiming, and reformatting
RGB, Luma, or HSV Keying inside user-defined key area with programmable foreground & background alphas
Configurable video electronics for simulated cockpit displays
LCD controller for ruggedized tactical displays
With its low-profile design and locking high-density Hirose connectors, the VP7 is ideal for space-constrained displays
Perfect for applications that require a configurable lcd controller
The VP13 is configured via a utility that supports in-the-field firmware, FPGA and parameter (BIOS) updates. The VP13 can be dynamically controlled over RS232, USB, or Ethernet with parameters stored in non-volatile memory to retain desired settings. VP13 Configure supports the setup of:
An optional keying block supports RGB-keyed alpha blend and other techniques between a key plane and the background plane to form the visual plane. Keying is performed on the foreground layer, with programmable foreground and background alpha values for outside the key area, when key=true, and when key=false)
To support (2) standard input channels, multiple input types per channel, and multiple windows in an embedded application, the VP13 offers a comprehensive approach for automatic detection, conversion, and windowing of many video formats. Each input channel can have multiple, prioritized video input modes associated with it. A mode consists of the input type (DVI, VGA. CVBS, etc), video timing, and associated window parameters.
Each input channel has a mode selection subsystem to scan for defined modes per a user-defined methodology. The VP13 can scan defined modes associated with a specific input type (such as VGA), all input types on that channel, or a specific mode identifier. At power up, each channel’s mode selection subsystem initiates an automated scan. Once a mode is matched (either exactly or within pre-defined limits), that video input is displayed in its window(s) per the mode’s associated window parameters (input area-of-interest, window size, window location).
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