LVDS2

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LVDS2 Front
LVDS2 Back
LVDS2 PCB Layout
LVDS2
LVDS2 with Cable

Overview

Due to the wide variety of screens on the market, the EDID recognition of different screens may have compatibility issues, which may lead to incorrect screen colors or abnormal screens or no display.

This LVDS2 board convert LVDS input signal to HDMI output, the resolution is VESA standard in default. If you need change to single 8 mode, please short the R20 on the LVDS2 board.

Because it is the DIY product, so sometimes there may be the compatibility problem. When it shows no signal or no sound, it may be the compability problem.

Features

  • LVDS input signal to HDMI output, the maximum bandwidth can reach 150MHz;
  • LVDS input interface adopts the general 30-pin socket FI-X30SSLA-HF, which supports dual 8 inputs, and the riginal screen cable can be used directly;
  • Double 8 mode in default
  • I2S sound input in default
  • VESA standard resolution in default
  • 8bit in default
  • Not only supports standard HDMI signals, but also supports other graphics format signals, the common formats are as follows: 1920x1200, 1920x1080, 1600x1200, 1280x1024, 1280x720, etc.
  • Support LVDS signal to spread spectrum
  • Powered by 5V in the screen cable

Packing List

  • 1 x LVDS to HDMI Converter with Cable (cable length: 22cm)

User Manual

CN3/CN4/CN6 Interface Definition

LVDS2-05.jpg

How to Change the Mode

LVDS2 Mode Selection

D1&D2 LED Indicator

After power on, D1 flashes,it indicates that the MCU is working normally. After receiving the LVDS signal, D2 is always on.

If D2 is not light on, it means that no LVDS signal is received, and the line sequence needs to be checked.

LVDS2


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Anonymous user #13

2 months ago
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I have a atgames legends ultimate. I can not get this to work . I only get flashing d1. I have tried checking the line sequence. HELP

Anonymous user #12

2 months ago
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does this support output to a lcd that has 1366 x 768 resolution?

Anonymous user #11

3 months ago
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What is the difference between this LVDS2 model and what your site says is the "newest" LVDS 1.5 model? To be clear, I am NOT asking about V20 vs 1.5.

Is this LVDS2 model actually the newest model (newer than even the 1.5 model) but the text description on your site is just out of date? Or is 1.5 actually the newest model?

Lisa

3 months ago
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Hi,LVDS2 and LVDS 1.5/V20 are different manufacturers with different board designs and cables, there is no functional difference.

Anonymous user #10

6 months ago
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Hello i have 10 pin with wire lvds but i want to convert it to hdmi i want to know if there is any conversion board fot this kind of signal

Walker

6 months ago
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Hi, we only have 30PIN LVDS to HDMI adapter boards.

Anonymous user #9

6 months ago
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hello my LM238WF2-SSK1 model screen is broken

Can I plug the 30pin lvds cable coming to this screen to this board and get the image on another monitor from hdmi output

Walker

6 months ago
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Because it is the DIY product, so sometimes there may be the compatibility problem.There's no way to guarantee that.

Anonymous user #8

8 months ago
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What is the name of component U1 or can you direct me to a datasheet? I applied a too high voltage and it blew up. I want to have a look to replace it.

Walker

8 months ago
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Hello, we recommend that you buy a new LVDS2, I'm sorry

Anonymous user #7

8 months ago
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Hello, I want to input 3ch I2S signals.

Is the input specification of the I2C terminal of this product 1ch?

Walker

8 months ago
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Hello, LVDS2 supports I2S 2-Channel

Anonymous user #6

13 months ago
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Hello, my display runs on 3.3V. So that is what is available on the cable. Is that too low for this to work? I don't see the D1 LED flash when I power it on.

What is the maximum input voltage it can use?

Thank you.

Walker

13 months ago
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Hello, it should be that the voltage you connected is too low, you need to connect 5V

Anonymous user #5

15 months ago
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Is this working with 6bit single 800x480 LVDS ? Can you test it for this resolution?

Thanks

Walker

14 months ago
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Hello, it supports mode:6bits input, solder joint:short R19, but 800x480 has not been tested by us and cannot be tested at present. You can refer to VESA Proposed StandardFile:VESA-Timing-New.pdf

Anonymous user #4

15 months ago
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Hello, what is the maximum pixel clock frequency?

Anonymous user #3

15 months ago
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Where is EVEN CLOCK signals?

Anonymous user #3

15 months ago
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what's mean 'swap' on tp6?

Anonymous user #2

16 months ago
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What’s the difference between this and v1.5/v20

Lisa

16 months ago
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Please refer toLVDS Adapter; v20 has two LVDS signal interfaces.

Anonymous user #1

17 months ago
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Is CN4 used for LVDS input or LVDS output?

Lisa

17 months ago
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Hello, This LVDS2 board convert LVDS input signal to HDMI output, does not have LVDS signal output.