Thursday 13 July 2017

High performance display for harsh environment.

KOE have announced the introduction of a new 4.2-inch Rugged+ TFT display. The TX11D201VM0BAA features the latest generation of IPS (in-plane switching) technology, WQVGA (480 x 272 pixels) resolution, a 16:9 wide aspect ratio and an extended operating temperature range.

Designed and developed for human-machine interface applications, the latest IPS display technology delivers exceptional colour saturation and stability, high contrast and deep black levels with 170° wide viewing angles (vertical and horizontal). The 4.2-inch display features a contrast ratio of 1500:1 and a white LED backlight with a brightness specification of 750cd/m² and integrated PWM dimming control. These features combine to ensure that display images are bright, colourful, clear and concise.

Jason Tsai, KOE marketing manager commented, "The compact size and excellent optical characteristics of the new 4.2" display ensure a highly versatile display module that will find use in many different applications and environments. IPS technology delivers strong optical performance with wide viewing angles and highly consistent colour reproduction. Additionally, Rugged+ displays are manufactured to have robust mechanical, electrical and environmental characteristics that are highly resistant to shock, vibration, electro-static discharge and temperature variation."

The ruggedised 4.2" TFT display module is designed to function reliably under rigorous operating conditions found in some industrial process control, marine instrumentation, aerospace, in-vehicle displays and medical equipment yet still provide exceptional optical performance. Support for harsh environments is aided with an operating temperature range of -30°C to +85°C and a storage temperature range of -40°C to +90°C.

The 4.2-inch display module has mechanical outline dimensions of 102.2mm (w) x 69.0mm (h) x 9.8mm (d) and an active LCD area of 92.88mm (w) x 52.632mm (h). The compact display module weighs just 97g.

A 68-pin CMOS data interface supports 8-bit RGB and enables a colour palette of 16.7m colours.

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