Tuesday 19 January 2010

Invisible displays?

High performance, cost-effective sunlight readability, together with outstanding indoor colour saturation

Anders Electronics has announced the availability of its newest sunlight readable 2.8” TMR TFT display. Specially designed for portable applications like mobile handsets, remote monitoring systems, industrial and metering products, portable measuring devices, and medical devices, the Anders 2.8” TMR TFT offers excellent indoor and outdoor optical specifications, superb guaranteed availability, and unprecedented cost-performance advantages.

Traditional sunlight readable products rely on either a power-consuming bright backlight, unsuitable for portable applications, or cost-prohibitive transflective technology. The newest Anders display leverages highly cost-effective transmissive micro reflective (TMR), a recognized and viable alternative to transflective displays for designers of indoor/outdoor OEM products.

For outdoor use, TMR displays are comparable in performance with transflective displays. For indoor use, the TMR display’s high transmission rate actually results in better colour saturation and better performance compared with transflective technology.

Anders’ portrait mode TMR TFTs are currently available in 2.8”, 4.3”, 5.7” and 7.0” screen sizes, with a resolution of 240 x (RGB) x 320 pixels, 262K colours, and an integrated backlight. The displays offer a display surface luminance of 300cd/m2, a contrast ratio of 300:1, and a 12 o’clock viewing angle. Designed for rugged industrial and outdoor use, Anders’ TMR TFTs offer operating temperatures from -20C to +70C and storage temperatures from -30C to +80C.

“Our TMR TFTs offer all the advantages of transflective TFTs – in terms of performance, durability, and sunlight readability – at a significantly lower cost to OEM designers than transflective displays,” said Mike Logan, Product Manager at Anders Electronics. “In today’s competitive environment, this gives our clients better value, with no compromise on quality – ultimately translating into increased sales,” he concluded.

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