Display Controller IC/Interface IC for Automotive
S2D13V02(Telltale Monitoring IC)
The S2D13V02 is a Telltale monitoring IC for Automotive Display System. When the S2D13V02 detects an abnormality in the telltale in the image streamed from the host, it notifies the host and performs display processing (overwriting of the telltale, etc.) as necessary. Even when the telltale is overlaid on an image whose background changes (map display, etc.), it is possible to set and detect the error judgment threshold from the viewpoint of visibility. The S2D13V02 supports the highly reliable display systems with display safety features, including this function. The S2D13V02 is qualified for automotive design including AEC Q100/IATF16949 compliance and meets strict quality requirements for in-vehicle use.
- A full range of safety features
- Telltale Monitoring
- Telltale OSD(On Screen Display)
- Self Test Pattern Generator
- CID(Custom Image Display) etc.
- AEC Q100/IATF16949 Compliance
S2D13V40(Warping Correction IC specific to Head Up Display)
The S2D13V40 is a warping correction controller IC specific to Head Up Display.
It features an internal Surface Correction Engine which fixes visual distortions caused by non-linear display surfaces. It is also able to simultaneously perform
other image manipulations such as rotation and scaling.
The S2D13V40 is qualified for automotive design including AEC-Q100/IATF16949 certification and comprehensive safety features. The S2D13V40 can be easily inserted into existing system display architectures with minimal modifications required, making it an ideal solution for both existing and future designs.
- Warping Correction specific to Head Up Display
- Comprehensive Safety Features
The S2D13V52 is a Scaler used to upscale/downscale streaming image data from one resolution to another. An internal line buffer and special synchronization logic provide seamless transition from one display resolution to another. A full frame buffer is not required. Customer can develop optional resolution display system with existing Host CPU. S2D13V52 is qualified for automotive design including AEC Q100/IATF16949 compliance and several error detection features. Other features include a double buffered LUT for gamma correction, self-test image pattern generation, input crop, area blanking.
- High Quality 4x4 Upscaler (1x ~ 2x)
- Bi-Linear Downscaler (0.5x ~ 1x)
- Gamma Correction
- Input Crop
- Area Blanking
- Error Detection features
- AEC Q100/IATF16949 compliant
S2D13V70 (eDP⇒OpenLDI Bridge IC)
S2D13V70 is an eDP(rev.1.4a) to Open LDI bridge device which can realize the connectivity between the eDP source to the display panel with the Open LDI interface. It can receive the data rate of 1.62Gbps/2.7Gbps with 1 lane/2lane eDP and convert it to transport with 2ch Open LDI signaling with the pixel clock frequency up to 148.5MHz (per 1ch). The specification is simple enough so that it can be easily inserted into existing system display architectures with minimal modifications required, making it an ideal solution for both existing and future designs.S2D13V70 is also qualified for automotive design including AEC-Q100 certification and several functional safety features.
Splitter Function(Line or LR split)
Resolution size : Possible to sprit dual display within 1920×1080 resolution.
S2D13P04(Camera Interface IC)
Epson camera interface ICs is suitable for the multi camera system. They have the camera inputs of 4 channels and output with 4 kinds of modes; fixed chanel, mergence, auto scan, and compression. Because VRAM for the picture processing is built into, the camera interface of 4into1 can be achieved by single-chip.The number of the camera can be easily increased without any change from 1 camera system.
Camera Interface ICs lineup
|MP||Document download||S2D13P04||The S2D13P04 supports the NTSC/PAL signal. 4 video decoders are implemented to each 4 channels input independently,and video signal isoutput by stable frame rate.|
|MP||S2S65P10||The S2S65P10 converts the interlace signal into the progressive signal. The digital output of the NTSC/PAL video decoder can be converted into progressive.|