Talk:Neo 1973 GTA01 Power Management

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The SPI connected LCM asic (JBT6K74-AS(PI)) doesn't do any kind of drawing. It mainly controls the power states and the format in which data is shifted out to the LCD (timing), but also includes gamma correction and there are two unexplained parts called "built-in oscillator" and "booster".
 
The SPI connected LCM asic (JBT6K74-AS(PI)) doesn't do any kind of drawing. It mainly controls the power states and the format in which data is shifted out to the LCD (timing), but also includes gamma correction and there are two unexplained parts called "built-in oscillator" and "booster".
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== 5V supply ==
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I need a 5V supply for [http://www.freescale.com/files/sensors/doc/data_sheet/MPX4100A.pdf this] and [http://datasheets.maxim-ic.com/en/ds/MAX1464.pdf this] - total power draw should be 730 mW (max).<br/>
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Some advice (best practice) would be appreciated on where to do this and how?<br/>
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[[User:Johan|Johan]] 19:24, 25 July 2007 (CEST)

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The SPI connected LCM asic (JBT6K74-AS(PI)) doesn't do any kind of drawing. It mainly controls the power states and the format in which data is shifted out to the LCD (timing), but also includes gamma correction and there are two unexplained parts called "built-in oscillator" and "booster".

5V supply

I need a 5V supply for this and this - total power draw should be 730 mW (max).
Some advice (best practice) would be appreciated on where to do this and how?
Johan 19:24, 25 July 2007 (CEST)

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The SPI connected LCM asic (JBT6K74-AS(PI)) doesn't do any kind of drawing. It mainly controls the power states and the format in which data is shifted out to the LCD (timing), but also includes gamma correction and there are two unexplained parts called "built-in oscillator" and "booster".