Epson Constructs Controller ICs for HUDs

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Epson Constructs Controller ICs for HUDs
S2D13V40 (in a P-LQFP100-1414-0.50 package)
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Image distortion corrected on curved windshields

Epson has developed and ramped-up production of the catchily-named S2D13V40, its first controller-integrated chip that's specifically designed for heads-up displays. It plans to produce 100,000 of the new controllers per month.

It's aiming to enhance safety and lessen fatigue, vehicle manufacturers have increasingly sought to install head-up displays that can be read with minimal eye movement. Although demand is expected to expand, manufacturers have faced issues such as system cost and development time.

Epson's new controller enables rapid HUD system development by offering the ability to correct the distortion of images streamed from a single SoC (system on a chip). The controller is equipped with display safety functions and supports the building of more reliable display systems. This controller IC satisfies the strict quality requirements of the automotive industry. It is compliant with the AEC-Q100 automotive specification and operates at temperatures up to 105°C.

Epson has developed and begun volume production of the S2D13V40

Product features

  • The S2D13V40 is a controller IC for automotive standards-compliant head-up displays
  • In addition to distortion correction, the controller can flexibly correct images through rotation and scaling
  • Display safety functions

Product specifications

Model No.

S2D13V40

Supply voltage

3.3 V (I/O)

1.8 V (internal core)

Input interface

Open LDI / dRGB (selectable)

Output interface

Open LDI / dRGB (selectable)

Supported resolutions

Up to 800 x 600 (24-bit)

Safety functions

Display safety functions

Automotive standard conformance

AEC-Q100

Operating temperature range

-40 to +105ºC

Other

Built-in PLL

Built-in SSCG

Package

P-LQFP100-1414-0.50 (14 mm x 14 mm x 1.7 mm, 0.5 mm pitch)

More info is available here.

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