I have a question about ADV7511W.
Our customer are using ADV7511W for R&D.
At table 4 the specification is about only Maximum Input Clock frequency.
Do you have a minimum Input Clock frequency specification ?
If you don't have…
Is it acceptable for ADV7511W to fed 1.8/3.3V through pull up register(2k) during no VDD fed to the ADV7511W?
Both schemes will work. The key is to provide clean power to the device. I'd follow the ADV7511W reference schematic and hardware guide since it is a proven design with the ADV7511W
DVI Mode - 0xAFRGB Input - 0x15[3:0]****0000 - 24bit RGB 0x15[3:0]****0101 - 12,15,16 bit RGB
Hsync/Vsync Polarity Passthrough:
Please refer ADV7511W Programming Guide at https://ez.analog.com/video/w/documents/779/adv7511w-design-support…
The ADV7511 and ADV7511W are the same die, just different pin outs. The software should be the same except the ADV7511W has a reduced set of options that will work.
Despite we would use the ADV7511W, is the EVAL-ADV7612-7511 board suitable for testing our application?
As I can see, the main differences (ADV7511W - ADV7511) are the width of the input pixel bus and the frequency.
ADV7511W is just the automotive-qualified version of ADV7513. They are otherwise the same. Unless you need the temp range and certifications for automotive, you'd be paying extra for ADV7511W for nothing.
The ADV7511 and ADV7511W are the same, just one is rated for automotive and the other isn't.
So i beleive you can refer ADV7511W Design Support Files
Hello, I have a question about ADV7511W.
Is ADV7511W compatible with the input signal of progressive BT.656? If it's supported, could you tell me the register settings for this?
Thank you.Best regards.
Just noticed a typo on "ADV7511W_Hardware_Users_Guide.pdf Rev.A"
Table 3 Complete Pinout List ADV7511W
HPD is assigne on 30pin but actual is 16pin(like ADV7511W datasheet).
30Pin is CEC.