VESA Digital Flat Panel
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|Type||Digital video connector|
|Superseded by||Digital Visual Interface|
|Data signal||PanelLink protocol Transition Minimized Differential Signaling|
|Width||3 bits plus clock|
|Pin 1||TMDS data 1 +|
|Pin 2||TMDS data 1 –|
|Pin 5||TMDS data C +|
|Pin 6||TMDS data C –|
|Pin 8||+ 5V|
|Pin 11||TMDS data 2 +|
|Pin 12||TMDS data 2 –|
|Pin 15||TMDS data 0 +|
|Pin 16||TMDS data 0 –|
|Pin 19||DDC data|
|Pin 20||DDC clock|
Unlike DVI, DFP never achieved widespread implementation. The connector was used by displays such as the Compaq Presario FP400, FP500, FP700, Fp720, 5204, and 5280. It was offered on graphics cards such as the Xpert LCD, and Rage LT Pro by ATI Technologies Inc.
DFP was superseded by DVI because of a low maximum resolution of 1280 × 1024 (SXGA), whereas DVI supports much higher resolutions.
DFP monitors can generally be used with a DVI graphics card with a passive adaptor.
- Gary Manchester (1999), The VESA Digital Flat Panel (DFP) Standard: A White Paper VESA Marketing Committee.
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