The cecTalker V-by-One model [White] has the input/output terminals for HDMI and V-by-One on the main-board.
By connecting it to a sub-board for UI extension, it is possible to switch modes and display the status.
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- Main Board
Sub board (for UI)
Parts Placement Diagram
|Function||HDMI to V-by-One conversion function
V-by-One to HDMI conversion function
4 to 1 HDMI input selection function
2K/4K low-latency super-resolution function
|Interface||HDMI||Rx||4 ports (Connector: Type-D)|
|Tx||1 port (Connector: Type-A)|
|CEC||Support for customization|
|I2S||Rx/Tx||2 ports (for Raspberry Pi and a sub-board)|
|UART||Rx/Tx||2 ports (for Raspberry Pi and a sub-board*)|
|Power supply||5V/1.5A (Connector: USB Type-C)|
* : Main or Sub Exclusive
- cecTalker V-by-One model [White] main-board,
- FF cable.
The AC adapter and HDMI cable, and V-by-One cable are not provided as part of the package
Equipment Requirements for Operation of Module
|① AC adapter (5V 1.5A)||Connect it with the main-board using the USB Type-C connector.|
|② HDMI cable (Type-A/Type-A)||Use this cable to connect the main-board and the monitor.
(It is not required for V-by-One output.)
|③ HDMI cable (Type-A/Type-D)||Use this cable to connect the main-board with the source device.
(Up to four cables can be connected.)
|④ V-by-One cable||Use the cable as needed.|
TV software development and evaluation/test jigs
Two-piece TV set