LVDS To HDMI Adapter Board

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LVDS To HDMI Adapter Board
LVDS To HDMI Adapter Board
LVDS To HDMI Adapter Board

Notice

This board is limited to LVDS output, the resolution must be the VESA standard, and the driver board should be at least V59 grade, or the driver board is not available.

Packing List

1 x LVDS To HDMI Adapter Board

There are two kinds of LVDS input (Optional)

  • Double 8, Support 1080P (1920*1080P) (default)
  • Single 8,Support 720P/768P/960P etc. (Opitional)

The procedure of the two adapter boards is different, please leave your message for which one you need.

Board Design

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Document

File:S-LH1080P-AUDIO-V17-Spec-20180504-1.pdf

FAQ

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Anonymous user #8

6 days ago
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Hello, I ran through the manual, but still do not see any indication of how to wire the board up for single channel LVDS. Can you please further clarify? Do I need to jump some of the pins of the programming interfaces? I need to get this up and running ASAP, any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

Anonymous user #9

4 days ago
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Hello, Could you please tell us do you get the single 8 board or double 8 board? As they have different program, so one board can't be used as single 8 and double 8 the same time. Please refer to : File:S-LH1080P-AUDIO-V17-Spec-20180504-1.pdf If any more questions, you can contact us by support@geekworm.com. Please attach the order link and order number. Best regards

Cindy/Geekworm

Anonymous user #7

22 days ago
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How do I configure this board for 1 channel LVDS instead of 2 channel LVDS?

Admin

19 days ago
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Hi, Do you refer to this user manual?

http://www.r...180504-1.pdf

Anonymous user #6

2 months ago
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Hi,

I am wondering if this board can convert any LVDS data to RAW HDMI out? Meaning not strictly display signals. Any thoughts?

Many Thanks!

Admin

2 months ago
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Hi,

Sorry, we can not confirm about if this board can convert any LVDS data to RAW HDMI out.

Anonymous user #5

3 months ago
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Hi, I know it states that it must be VESA standard, but i will still try my luck to ask :D Does it support resolution 1920 x 720 @ 60hz?

Thanks in advance!

Admin

3 months ago
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Hello sir,

If it not listed, then it will not support, and also we can not guarantee the compatibility, hope to get your understanding!

Anonymous user #3

3 months ago
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I have experience using this device. There is some discrepancy in the File description: S-LH1080P-AUDIO-V17-Spec-20180504-1.pdf and the actual operation of the device: namely, on page 7 in clause 6.3 the supported mode is 1080p 50Hz (1920 * 1080 50Hz?), Is it really 50Hz mode is not supported. Only 60Hz (1080p 60Hz, 720p 60Hz, 480p 60Hz) modes are supported. 576i and 576p(50Hz?)resolutions are not supported. Is there a LVDS to HDMI device with a resolution of 576i and 576p. 50 Hz.??

Admin

3 months ago
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Hello sir, Thanks for your feeback. We do not have other LVDS to HDMI device with a resolution of 576i and 576p. 50 Hz. Best regards,

Geekworm

Anonymous user #4

3 months ago
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Hi, Thanks for the quick comment. What can be said about the resolution of 1080p 50 Hz - on page 7 in paragraph 6.3 in the second row of the table - should this mode be supported by this controller? Best regards.

Admin

3 months ago
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Hello sir, The double 8 support 1080p 50 Hz , it show the Common LVDS resolution configuration parameters which need to meet the requiremnet. Best regards,

Geekworm

Anonymous user #1

6 months ago
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Can Someone make this article idiot proof?

I'm looking for a board to power a screen. So it should be hdmi to LDVS. Or is it omnidirectional?

Anonymous user #2

4 months ago
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It is omnidirectional. If you need HDMI to LVDS, you will need an LCD driver board, which is plentiful outside, such as on eBay, Amazon, or AliExpress. You can simply type in Raspberry Pi LCD and you would get a display that's fully compatible with the Pi