Part Number: TFP410PAP

Manufacturer: Texas Instruments

Description: IC DRIVER 3/0 64HTQFP

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Technical Specifications of TFP410PAP

Datasheet  TFP410PAP datasheet
Category Integrated Circuits (ICs)
Family Interface – Drivers, Receivers, Transceivers
Manufacturer Texas Instruments
Series PanelBus?
Packaging Tray
Part Status Active
Type Driver
Number of Drivers/Receivers 3/0
Receiver Hysteresis
Data Rate
Voltage – Supply 3 V ~ 3.6 V
Operating Temperature -55°C ~ 125°C
Mounting Type Surface Mount
Package / Case 64-TQFP Exposed Pad
Supplier Device Package 64-HTQFP (10×10)

Description of the TFP410

The TFP410 is part of a larger family of complete DVI 1.0-compliant solutions aimed at the PC and consumer electronics industries and is a flat-panel display product from Texas Instruments’ PanelBusTM line.

The TFP410 module has a standard interface that enables glue-free connections to the vast majority of commercially available graphics controllers. Among the many benefits of this familiar interface include the ability to choose between single-ended clocking and differential, a wide range of signal levels, and a variety of bus lengths. The high-speed bus with minimal EMI from the 1.1-V – 1.8-V digital interface is compatible with both 12-bit and 24-bit interfaces. The DVI standard enables flat-panel displays with resolutions as high as UXGA at 165 MHz in 24-bit actual color pixel format.

The TFP410 combines TI’s cutting-edge 0.18 m EPIC-5 CMOS manufacturing technology and the company’s ultralow ground inductance PowerPAD package with the revolutionary PanelBus circuit. The end product is a high-speed digital interface solution in a space-saving 64-pin TQFP package with little noise and current consumption.

Features for the TFP410

● Compatible with the Digital Visual Interface (DVI) (1).

● supports up to 165 MHz of pixel rate, which includes 1080 p and WUXGA at 60 Hz.

● Using the I2C Serial Interface, programmable.

● Hot-Plug and Receiver Detection for Monitoring.

● Operating with a single 3.3-V supply.

● Using TI’s PowerPADTM Packaging, 64-Pin TQFP.

● Advanced EPIC-5TM CMOS Process Technology from TI.

● With the SiI164 DVI Transmitter, pin compatible.

Detailed Description TFP410PAP

Digital host monitor systems use the TFP410, a DVI-compliant digital transmitter, to T.M.D.S. Transmitting RGB pixel data in an encoded and serialized format. The TFP410 can be managed in two different ways and supports resolutions ranging from VGA to WUXGA (and 1080p):

Configuration and state pins.

● The programmable I 2C serial interface.

The TI TFP410 is a DVI-compatible transmitter that can receive 24-bit pixel data and control signals from a personal computer or consumer electronics device. For transmission across twisted-pair cable to a monitor, the TFP410 converts signals into high-speed, low-voltage. In order to convert the serial bit stream back into 24-bit pixel data and control signals for the display device, often a flat-panel monitor, a DVI-compatible receiver such as the TI TFP401 is used. A picture is generated from the decoded data by the flat panel driving circuitry. Given that the host and display can be separated by up to 5 m in practice, serial pixel data transmission is preferred.

Three differential drives, a T.M.D.S. encoder, and a high-speed digital interface are only some of the features of the TFP410. Differential clock pair, sync, and 12 or 24 data lines are input to the TFP410 encoder. The TFP410 enhances system performance thanks to its clock and data formats. The TFP410 has better PLL noise immunity thanks to its on-chip regulators and bypass capacitors. The TFP410 can be adjusted to suit the needs of any user. If you need more advanced settings than the pin-strapping resistor power-on defaults, an I 2C host interface can help. The TFP410 uses receiver detection and hot-plug detection to identify monitoring devices when I2C is on.

Feature Description

Coding of Image Pixel Data and Command Signals To determine which character has the fewest transitions and the closest dc balance of the transmission line, the transmitter counts the number of ones and zeros sent. In the presence of video (DE = High), three T.M.D.S. channels transmit information on the color, intensity, and depth of individual pixels. These three channels transmit a synchronization signal (HSYNC), a synchronization signal (VSYNC), and three control signals (CTL [3:1]) set by the user during the blanking interval when the display is turned down (DE = Low). The following table provides a mapping between the transmitted output data and the appropriate T.M.D.S. output channel in a DVI-compliant system. Q

● Universal Graphics Controller Interface Clock Inputs

Single-ended and completely differential clock input types are supported by the TFP410’s universal graphics controller interface. While in differential clock input mode, incoming data at the universal graphics controller interface (DATA [23:0] is latched using the crossing point of the IDCK+ and IDCK signals as a timing reference.

Only in the low-swing mode is the differential clock input mode accessible. To use the IDCK+ input (Pin 57) with a single-ended clock source and to ground the IDCK input (Pin 56), switch to the single-ended clock input mode. Both 12-bit dual-edge and 24-bit single-edge input clocking modes are available via the TFP410’s universal graphics controller interface. The 12-bit dual-edge latches 12 bits of information on both the rising and falling edges of the input clock. The 24-bit single-edge mode latches the data on the rising edge of the input clock for EDGE = 1, and on the falling edge of the input clock for EDGE = 0.

Device Functional Modes

● Universal Graphics Controller Interface Modes

Function for De-Skewing Data Time spent in setup and holding the input can be modified with the de-skew function. To adjust the amount of de-skew, the input data [23:0] can be latched either before or after the latching edge of the clock IDCK. When de-skew enable (DKEN) is on, the three bits DK[3:1] can be used to adjust the level of de-skew.

When turned off, the default de-skew value is applied. When I 2C is not enabled, DKEN and DK[3:1] can be accessed directly through configuration pins, however when I 2C is enabled, they must be accessed through corresponding registers. The DKEN pin must be grounded when I 2C mode is used to prevent a float-free input.

● Hot Plug/Unplug (Auto Connect/Disconnect Detection)

The TFP410 allows for the DVI connection to be hot-plugged and unplugged (automatically detected). When a DVI receiver is hooked up to TXC+ and TXC-, the RSEN bit registers a 1. The condition of the HTPLG pin on the monitor’s DVI connection is reflected in the HTPLG bit. When I 2C is not enabled (ISEL=0), the RSEN value can be read from the MSEN pin.

Whenever I2C is activated, the CTL 2 MODE register reports the link and sense pin states for the DVI interface and HTPLG. To set the MSEN to send out the HTPLG value, the RSEN value, an interrupt, or to be disabled, utilize the MSEL bits in the CTL 2 MODE register. TSEL in the CTL 2 MODE register chooses the interrupt’s originator. The selected signal’s state transition triggers an interrupt. The interrupt status is output through the MSEN pin and is represented in the MDI bit of CTL 2 MODE. The interrupt will remain asserted until the MDI bit is set to 1 by a 1 being written to it. Clearing the MDI bit with a value of 0 does nothing.


Finally, Texas Instruments’ TFP410 device is an outstanding digital transmitter that serializes RGB pixel data streams, meeting the needs of digital host monitor systems for flat-panel display devices in the PC and consumer electronics industries. The flat-panel display resolutions it supports extend all the way up to UXGA @ 165 MHz in 24-bit full-color pixel format, and its universal interface provides for customizable bus widths, single-ended clocking, and differential. The TFP410 is a highly programmable, adaptable, and dependable digital interface solution thanks to its cutting-edge CMOS process technology, which provides improved jitter performance, PLL noise immunity, and monitor detection features.

The compact 64-pin TQFP package is designed for low-current, low-noise, high-speed digital interface solutions, making it an excellent investment for upgrading your system. By choosing ICRFQ as your supplier, you can rest assured that you will receive top-quality products and excellent customer service. So, make the wise decision of investing in the TFP410PAP from ICRFQ today and benefit from its advanced technology, dependability, and flexibility.

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