do it in the same way as Thomas did in the post before yours!dennisc wrote: Please let me know how to get my email address across to you! Would like to buy one.
Pinout is not what I'm interrested in!dennisc wrote: here is the datasheet!
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#h_active_pixels = 800 #h_sync_polarity = 1 #h_front_porch = 168 #h_sync_pulse = 2 #h_back_porch = 86 #v_active_lines = 600 #v_sync_polarity = 1 #v_front_porch = 43 #v_sync_pulse = 2 #v_back_porch = 21 #v_sync_offset_a = 0 #v_sync_offset_b = 0 #pixel_rep = 0 #frame_rate = 60 #interlaces = 0 #pixel_freq = 40000000 #aspect_ratio = 1
PM function has been disabled on the RPI forum quite a while ago.
Hi aBUGSworstnightmare, i was reading the whole post and others about dpi to lvds and this inspired me to design one, really thanks to your work man. But i am having a small problem. I really dont know how to obtain the correct dpi_timings and dpi_output_format. Could you help me please?aBUGSworstnightmare wrote: ↑Thu Mar 14, 2019 5:56 amPM function has been disabled on the RPI forum quite a while ago.
Well, I would not call the board 'a product'; it's more a proof-of-concept. Will send e-mail with dot-com domain; let me know in case you did not receive it.
Yes, at least i understand the dpi_output_format.aBUGSworstnightmare wrote: ↑Thu May 23, 2019 6:04 amHi,
Details on DPI are here https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentati ... /README.md
Your display spec should have all the details to figure out dpi_oitput format. You've posted some of the timing details already, polarity infos should be available from some chart in your dieplay spec.