The IT6563FN is a high-performance single-chip DisplayPort to HDMI converter. Combined with DisplayPort receiver and HDMI transmitter, the IT6563FN support DisplayPort input and HDMI output by conversion function.
The build-in DisplayPort receiver is fully compatible with DisplayPort 1.2a and HDCP 1.3/2.2 specifications. With 4-lane HBR2 (High-Bit-Rate 2) configuration, the DP receiver can support VESA resolution up to WUXGA ( 1920x1200 @120Hz ) or WQXGA ( 2560X1600 RB @120Hz ) or support CEA resolution up to 1080P@120Hz or 4Kx2K@60Hz. This DisplayPort receiver also supports MCCS over AUX channel.
The build-in HDMI transmitter is a high-performance HDMI 2.0 transmitter, fully compliant with HDMI 2.0, HDCP 1.4/2.2 and backward compatible to DVI 1.0 specifications. This HDMI transmitter can support color depth up to 36bits (12bits/color) and ensures robust transmission of high-quality uncompressed video content. Aside from the various video output formats supported, this HDMI transmitter also support 8 channels digital audio, with sampling rate up to 192kHz and sample size up to 24 bits, and HBR audio.
With embedded MCU and Flash, IT6563FN is easy to program through the ISP interface or DP AUX channel. Customers need no external Flash and MCU, can save the BOM cost and board size.
Each IT6563FN comes preprogrammed with an unique HDCP key, in compliance with the 1.3/2.2 --Amendment for DisplayPort, rev1.0 and HDCP 1.4/2.2--HDMI compliance standard so as to provide secure transmission of high-definition content. Users of the IT6563FN need not purchase any HDCP keys or ROMs.
ITE complies with Taiwan’s Personal Information Protection Act to collect, process, use and protect personal information and will not take the initiative to acquire your personal data. The data you provide will be managed in compliant with the related laws and regulations and in the principle of our company’s information management, which employs the firewall, intrusion detecting system and virus protection mechanism to avoid the illegal hacking and damage from the malicious software.