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24 bit to hdmi converter

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I don't know where to put that question so I ask it here.
I have a display/screen with a 24-bit output and a arduino vidor 4000 so my question is if it's possible to connect the two components.

The display/screen link (in french, the datasheet is in english):
fr.rs-online.com/web/p/ecrans-tftlcd/2383908

The vidor 4000 link:
store.arduino.cc/products/arduino-mkr-vidor-4000
 
Hi,

I don´t understand:
I have a display/screen with a 24-bit output
shouldn´t it be an input?

If so, what voltage levels? TTL, LVDS?
Resolution?
Frame rate?

Are you looking for a "HDMI to parallel" or "HDMI to RGB" converter?

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Please, is you post a link, then either the complete link including "http...." or using the [insert link] button.

Klaus
 
Hi,

I don´t understand:

shouldn´t it be an input?

If so, what voltage levels? TTL, LVDS?
Resolution?
Frame rate?

Are you looking for a "HDMI to parallel" or "HDMI to RGB" converter?

****
Please, is you post a link, then either the complete link including "http...." or using the [insert link] button.

Klaus
Hey,

you're right, it's an input with a 3.3v input with a built-in power supply circuit (according to the datasheet).
I understand why you don't understand (if it's clear) but i dont see any other cable for power supply.
All of my data is from the datasheet. I salvaged the display from an old printer and it was functioning with just the ribbon-thing cale connected.
 
Looking at the data sheet you referenced, in Section 7 there is an 'Interface Pin Assignment' section - check out pins 3 and 4. The way I read it, those are the power supply lines to the display.
What other power supply cable are you expecting?
Susan
 
Looking at the data sheet you referenced, in Section 7 there is an 'Interface Pin Assignment' section - check out pins 3 and 4. The way I read it, those are the power supply lines to the display.
What other power supply cable are you expecting?
Susan
oh yeah, I read it the same way.
thank you but now i hve the instructions to how to power it and where, but i don't know how to send signals to the display
 

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