Power Pins

  • 5 - This is the 5V power pin. It is available for use if you're adding an I2C EEPROM to the board.
  • GND pins - These are common ground for power and logic.

Data Pins

The following Transition-Minimized Differential Signaling (TMDS) pins for the DVI connector are available on the breakout board. They transmit highspeed serial data.

  • TXC+ and TC- - TMDS clock signal pins. Connects to the DVI port with 220 ohm series resistors. 
  • TX0+ and TX0- - TMDS channel 0 signal pins. Connects to the DVI port with 220 ohm series resistors. 
  • TX1+ and TX1- - TMDS channel 1 signal pins. Connects to the DVI port with 220 ohm series resistors. 
  • TX2+ and TX2- - TMDS channel 2 signal pins. Connects to the DVI port with 220 ohm series resistors. 

I2C Logic Pins

There's a spot for an I2C EEPROM and some resistors, but those are for advanced folks who may want to create a 'sink' device with an EDID. We don't place those parts on this breakout.

  • C - I2C clock pin, connect to your microcontroller's I2C clock line. Connected to the DVI port's DCLK line.
  • D - I2C data pin, connect to your microcontroller's I2C data line. Connected to the DVI port's DDAT line.

This guide was first published on May 04, 2022. It was last updated on 2022-05-11 00:17:00 -0400.

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