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Who is familiar with PocketLink semiconductor and or Tesla Model 3 electronics

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I got my hands on a Tesla Model 3 aftermarket module (Display/Cluster) The IC's are labled with the brand 'PocketLink'

Id like to know more about what these parts are.

Chip1:

PocketLink B2 003GCFB 2720B0082 ARM (48 pins lqfp, ARM uC?)

Chip2:

PocketLink V3 2020-L02 (128 pins lqfp, FrameBuffer & Timing generator?)

Chip 3:

Pocket Link V4 1942 2 (56 pins tssop, suspect to be an LVDS/FPD Link driver chip)

//Steven

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What do you plan to do about it even if you do find datasheets? Olin Lathrop‭ 11 days ago

Understand the implementation is the main goal. From the low part count my initial thought its an FPD 2/3 Link clone.. A hybrid maybe, partially custom framebuffer with application, partially copying a FPD link? The whole thing looks so minimalistic, yet the result is pretty outstanding. I had similar intents of implementing such device. The board is about the size of a streched out RPI Zero, yet it provides relative high resolution display output with reasonable high graphics Steven83‭ 10 days ago

It's common that automotive MCUs come with custom markings. So that might not be a part number at all, only some program version. Any semiconductor company logo on them? Could also be a custom SoC or FPGA. Lundin‭ 8 days ago

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