Apollo introduces low-cost universal DVI controller for TFT LCDs

RONKONKOMA, N.Y., 8 April 2007. The D-SLIM from Apollo Display Technologies in Ronkonkoma, N.Y., is a digital visual interface (DVI) translator board that provides a solution for connecting TFT LCDs to standard video interfaces.

Apr 8th, 2007

RONKONKOMA, N.Y., 8 April 2007. The D-SLIM from Apollo Display Technologies in Ronkonkoma, N.Y., is a digital visual interface (DVI) translator board that provides a solution for connecting TFT LCDs to standard video interfaces (related story).

The D-SLIM automatically converts DVI signals into TTL or LVDS signals for TFT LCDs. It can be user-configured for LCDs from 5 to 46 inches diagonal with 6-bit and 8-bit color depth and single-channel LVDS support.

Designed for universal use, the D-SLIM can be user-configured for LCDs from all major OEMs. Function select switches on the board allow the user to configure the D-SLIM for most standard backlight inverter/LCD module combinations from VGA to WXGA resolution.

The D-SLIM measures 5.5 millimeters high and is RoHS compliant. Operating temperature is 0 to 70 degrees Celsius. Board outline dimensions are approximately 3.1 by 3.9 by 0.3 inches. For more information contact Apollo Display Technologies online at www.apollodisplays.com.

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