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Part Number: DS3800HDDB
Manufacturer: General Electric
Series: Mark IV
Product Type: Digital Display Module Driver Board
Operating temperature: -33 to 55 °C
Size: 8.25 cm high x 4.25 cm
Repair: 3-7 Day
Availability: In Stock
Weight: 2 lbs
Country of Origin: United States
DS3800HDDB is a Digital Display Module Driver Board manufactured and designed by General Electric as part of the Mark IV Series used in GE Speedtronic Gas Turbine Control Systems. A digital display module driver board, also known as a display driver board or simply a driver board, is an electronic component that interfaces between a microcontroller or other control unit and a digital display module. The driver board provides the necessary signals, voltage levels, and control functions to drive the display module and enable the desired display functionalities. Digital display modules can include various types of displays, such as LCD (liquid crystal display), OLED (organic light-emitting diode), LED (light-emitting diode), e-paper, or other types. These modules come in different sizes, resolutions, and interfaces.
The driver board typically contains a display controller or driver IC (integrated circuit) that is specifically designed to handle the requirements of a particular type of display module. The controller IC translates the control signals received from the microcontroller or control unit into commands that the display module can understand.
Power Management: The driver board provides power supply regulation and voltage level shifting to match the requirements of the display module.
Interface Conversion: It converts the control signals from the microcontroller or control unit into the appropriate format required by the display module. This can include parallel interfaces, serial interfaces (such as SPI or I2C), or specific protocols used by certain display modules.
Display Control: The driver board handles various display control functions, such as setting the brightness, contrast, and color settings of the display. It may also support features like backlight control, touch panel integration, or specific display module functionalities.
Signal Amplification: In some cases, the driver board amplifies the control signals to meet the requirements of the display module, especially when driving larger or high-resolution displays.
WOC maintains the largest inventory of Replacement parts for GE Speedtronic control systems. Additionally, we offer warranty-backed unused and rebuilt boards as well as board repairs for your damaged ones. For your OEM needs, our team of professionals is available around-the-clock. We at WOC are happy to help you with any needs you may have in terms of automation. Please contact our team by phone or email for pricing and availability on any components and repairs.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
What is the purpose of a digital display module driver board?
A digital display module driver board serves as an interface between a microcontroller or control unit and a digital display module. It provides the necessary signals, voltage levels, and control functions to drive the display and enable the desired display functionalities.
What features should I look for in a digital display module driver board?
Some important features to consider when selecting a driver board include power management capabilities, interface conversion options (parallel, serial, etc.), display control functions signal amplification for larger displays, and on-board memory for storing display data or graphics.
How do I choose the right driver board for my digital display module?
To select the appropriate driver board, you need to consider factors such as the type and specifications of your display module, the interface requirements, and any specific functionalities you require. It's important to ensure compatibility between the driver board and the display module you plan to use.