General

Digital View Offers Text Overlay Utility

29 November 2017

Digital View offers a Text Overlay utility which enables the Digital View controllers to receive text strings and display them on the screen. Utilizing Digital View’s LCD controller serial RS-232 connection and commands, the Text … [more]

General

Controller Utility Program on Digital View LCD Controllers

20 November 2017

As introduced in a previous blog, Digital View made a Controller Utility program for our LCD controllers. Anything that can be performed on one of our specified controllers (listed below) can be done through a … [more]

Digital View LVDS to TTL
LCD Controllers

LVDS to TTL – Panel Signal Converter

16 November 2017

A small Digital View LCD panel connection accessory board that hasn’t seen much exposure is the LVDS to TTL LCD panel signal converter, call and 8bit LVDS receiver with part number: 416215600-3. This board is … [more]

LCD Controllers

Example TCP/IP Command Application

14 November 2017

About 10 days ago we posted an example serial RS-232 command application – today we would like to share another Visual Basic version, this one is for sending commands over a network. Digital View LCD … [more]

Example Brightness adjustment application
LCD Controllers

Example RS-232 Command Application

3 November 2017

For Digital View LCD Controller users interested in developing their own RS-232 command applications here is a simple example showing the adjustment of a LCD panel black level brightness. The application is using Microsoft’s Visual … [more]

Digital View LCD Controller software
LCD Controllers

Digital View Software Utilities

2 November 2017

The following table summarizes the Digital View software applications available for use with Digital View LCD controllers. For more information about any of these please contact us or your supplier.

Digital View IR data code
LCD Controllers

Working With IR Commands

1 November 2017

All Digital View LCD controllers support IR commands for the various supported functions and all use the same IR data code.  We are happy to support anyone wanting to develop around this and of course … [more]