FAQ's

  • What do you need to know before ordering Liteye product.

    First and foremost, understand your applications requirements. Are you using a computer or a camera? Stated differently what your signal source is. A camera will output composite video, either PAL or NTSC and a computer will output analog RGB. These are the only signals that Liteye products accept natively To further clarify the signal type and the restraints , analog RGB can only be a resolution of 800X600 or 640X480 and the composite video is either CCIR (monochrome PAL) or RS170 (monochrome NTSC). Most color composite video will simply be converted to monochrome. It is rare that a sync problem will be seen.

     

    The driver electronics are not auto sensing for the type of signal input (they are not “plug and play”). Some user interaction must occur to tell the electronics the type of signal being used. For instance, the user may have to push a button or change cable type used; simply changing the signal input will not reconfigure the electronics to accept a change in signal type. These and other configurations are determined by the firmware build loaded onto the driver electronics.

     

    It is important that you discuss your application carefully with a Liteye sales representative before making your final decision on a firmware configuration.

     

    Liteye products also come in two main varieties. The first is a direct view configuration like the view finder of a video camera. You see a picture but you are not actually looking through the camera. You are simply looking at a display that is showing some image on it.

     

    The other configuration is like an SLR camera. When you look through the view finder you are actually looking through the lens. You may see information displayed such as battery life remaining or shutter speed, but this information is displayed over the real world. These our like our “see through”  optic products.

     

    One other consideration is your power source. Liteye products natively accept 4.5vDC to 6.5vDC. This will cover USB power to 4 Double AAs. To use higher power source than this, a power a regulator will have  to be used to keep the voltage within acceptable limits.

     

    As stated earlier, these and other configurations are determined by the firmware build, optical configuration and other available accessories chosen at the time of purchase . It is important that you discuss your application carefully.

  • What video format does Liteye product support

    Analog VGA 640 x 480 @ 60, 72, 75 & 85 Hz non-interlaced

     Analog SVGA 800 x600 @ 60, 72, 75 & 85 Hz non-interlaced

     Interlaced 480 active lines (240 per field), timing and levels per SMPTE-170M

    Interlaced 600 active lines (300 per field), levels per SMPTE-170M

  • What type of user input capabilities via custom firmware

    Luminance control

    Red / Green / Blue brightness control (good for hue matching)

    Contrast control

    Image orientation adjustment

    180 degree rotation

    mirroring along X or Y axes

    Manual video input adjustment

    NTSC to PAL, vice versa

    VGA to SVGA, vice versa

    VESA frequency (60, 72, 75 & 85)

    Screensaver (pixel shift)

    LED indicator

  • What is the Pixel Quality Specification of Liteye products

    STUCK OFF SUB-PIXELS

    SVGA+     SXGA

    < 120        < 310

      No more than one sub pixel out per pixel (Touching sub-pixels in RGB order within row.) No more than 2 adjacent sub pixels out

     

    Standard XL Display- Our standard for microdisplay pixel defects is less than 144 sub-pixels defects (off) per panel, or 0.01% of the total amount of sub pixels in the SVGA+ display.

     

    STUCK ON SUB PIXELS XL - NONE ALLOWED

     

    BLACK SPOT- NONE ALLOWED

  • What is the Mean Time Between Failure of the OLED display

    Most Liteye products utilize a OLED display and it is the display with the shortest MTF, therefore we usually refer to the display when classifying our products.

    The following is a standard statement regarding MTTF (Mean Time To Failure). Since microdisplays that fail are irreparable, a MTTF is used instead of MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure).

    Each display can be considered to have two major components: the carrier PCB and the OLED. The MTTF (Mean Time To Failure) of the carrier PCB and its components are standard for electrical components, more than a million hours. On the other hand, the MTTF of the OLED has been evaluated to be approximately 200,000 hours. To achieve this value two sets of 32 displays were operated at 85°C and 85%RH until all failed. The cumulative number of failures is used in conjunction with activation energy and acceleration factor in order to evaluate the failure rate at room temperature, and from there the MTTF.

  • What are the assembly standards for Liteye products

    Most all Liteye controller boards and cable assemblies are compliant with the "Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive" (RoHS) Initiative 2002/95/EC.

    Most all Liteye controller boards and cable assemblies are compliant with the "Acceptability of Electronic Assemblies" ANSI/IPC A-610B.

    Where applicable, Liteye products conform to the IEC Ingress Protection rating of IP67 (dust-tight, protection against temporary immersion) or IP68 (dust-tight, protection against complete continuous submersion in water up to 1 meter deep for 15 minutes)

     

    Please check with your sales represententive for actuall specifications

  • How do you return product to Liteye for credit

    Liteye Systems, Inc. has a 15 day return policy on all HMDs. If for any reason you wish to return your HMD during those first 15 days please call our tech support line at 720-974-1766, Monday through Friday, 8AM to 5PM MST. Obtain an RMA, (Return Merchandise Authorization), number. This RMA number must be clearly printed on the outside of the shipping box. Failure to place RMA number on your box may result in your box being returned to you. All returns during this 15 day period will be subject to a 15% restocking fee. Your refund will be issued minus restocking fee and any shipping charges.

    Liteye OEM Products have a limited warranty. please ask your sales rep for details.

  • What type of EMI testing is standard for Liteye products

     

    Requirement

    EN 61000-6-2: 2001,

    Part 6-2: Generic

    Standard - Immunity

    for Industrial

    Environment

     

    Specification

    Electrostatic Discharge

    Radiated RF Immunity

    Electrical Fast Transient/Burst

    Surge Immunity

    Conducted RF Immunity

    Power Frequency H-field

    Immunity

    Voltage Dips. Interrupts

     

    Test Method

    IEC 61000-4-2: 2001-04

    IEC 61000-4-3: 2006-02

    IEC 61000-4-4: 2004-07

    IEC 61000-4-5: 2005-11

    IEC 61000-4-6: 2006-05

    IEC 61000-4-8: 2001-03

    IEC 61000-4-11: 2004-03

     

  • How do you  return product to Liteye for repair

    Please contact your sales representative and ask for an RMA number, provide him or her with the any required information.

    Then if authorized, return the product to:

    Liteye Systems

    RMA# xxxxxat

    7060 S. Tucson Way

    Centennial, CO. 80112.

     

    Once Liteye Systems has received your RMA, Liteye Systems will do an initial trouble shooting assessment. All units (warranty or not) will receive this assessment. This first diagnoses is a $75.00 per hour charge. Once tech. support finishes with its assessment Liteye Systems will contact via email with the repair report.

     

    Once you authorize Liteye Systems to make the necessary repairs, Liteye Systems will send you information about payment of the repair. All repairs will be completed after Liteye Systems receives all payments for the repair.

     

    If your repair is not under warranty and Liteye Systems does not receive payment within 30 days of the repair, the unit(s) will be returned as is, at original shipper’s expense. Liteye Systems will also return any RMA that is not authorized to be repaired or if Liteye Systems receives no information regarding the repairs within the 30 days, at original shipper’s expense.

     

    Typical fix and return is 15 days from the day that Liteye Systems receives and checks in the RMA. If an HMD is returned with out an RMA number Liteye Systems will not start any work on the returned HMD and it will be returned to the shipper at their expense.

    Liteye OEM Products have a limited warranty. please ask your sales rep for details.

  • What are the brightness characteristics of the OLED display.

     

     

     

    Display Part Number

    Display Type

    Typical

    Maximum

    EMA-100310-01

    color

    150 cd/m2

    300 cd/m2

    EMA-100311-01

    monochrome green

    1500 cd/m2

    3000 cd/m2

    EMA-100309-01

    monochrome white

    900 cd/m2

    1800 cd/m2

     
  • How is power measured on Liteye's product

    The objective is to test  to find the a correlation between level of pixels intensity and power consumed by the HMD with a set luminance level. The luminace adjustment is divided into 256 steps.  The plus/minus buttons on our units simply increment and decrement the luninace level. This of course can be altered to fit the customer's needs though. In the test, it is set to a nominal level towards the middle of the scale. Please see the results of this test  in the

 

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