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        Aftermarket head unit

        Aftermarket head unit integrated circuits and designs


        Head units with integrated display typically incorporate most infotainment features into one system. This makes the head unit more cost-efficient and easier to install by the OEM. TI has a strong embedded processor and analog portfolio to support your head unit with integrated display designs.

        • Typical video interfaces red, green, blue (RGB) parallel, OLDI or HDMI, as well as controls such as I2C, SPI or GPIO.
        • Backlight drivers commonly require the boost of voltages and are typically powered off the vehicle battery.
        • Converting clock and data lines to low voltage differential signaling (LVDS) helps mitigate EMI.
        • Temp sensing is used to ensure the backlight LEDs do not drive the temp beyond the specified panel rating.
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        PDF 1.9 MB 24 Jan 2019
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        PDF 54 KB 31 Jul 2018

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        PDF 113 KB 15 Jan 2019

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