Monday, May 20, 2013

Chrontel expands line of DisplayPort-to-LVDS conversion chips

USA: Chrontel, a leading provider of video interface technologies, has announced a new device for computer, monitor and TV manufacturers that will make existing LVDS displays compatible with the newest high-speed, high-resolution DisplayPort standard.

Chrontel’s new CH7515 DisplayPort Receiver / LVDS Transmitter enables all-in-one computers, TVs and display monitors to convert DisplayPort video signals generated by a CPU or GPU into LVDS, which is still widely used as a display interface.

The CH7515 is the latest product update of Chrontel’s popular DisplayPort-to-LVDS product line, which offers a range of similar devices at various display resolutions. Chrontel’s new CH7515 now supports display resolutions up to QSXGA (2560 x 2048 @ 60Hz refresh rates), 4Kx2K @ 24/30Hz or Full 3D HD (1920 x 1080 @120Hz).

The device can automatically detect and switch between 2D and 3D displays. Using 4 Main Link Lanes running at either 1.62 Gb/s or 2.7 Gb/s, the new CH7515 is compliant with both DisplayPort (DP) version 1.1a and embedded DisplayPort (eDP) version 1.2. The device utilizes four LVDS output channels to support LVDS panels with 3D capability, or to drive large resolution LVDS panels for TVs and monitors. In addition, the device supports I2S and S/PDIF audio format output.

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