Hitachi´s Slimline Family

23 DECEMBER 2008

Hitachi exceeds the expectations in setting a new standard in TFT design and providing Slimline-TFTs, which are available from towards onward.
Two new panels of the slim family were presented, on occasion of the Electronica 2008 in Munich.
The mechanical depth of both displays were reduced to a minimum. This enables the integration in small space applications. The 5” VGA TFT (TX13D03VM1CAA) is 5.8mm thick. The 8” WVGA (TX20D19VM1BAA) model even persuades with 4.7mm (without T-Con board). Both “Slimliners” got a state-of-the-art LED backlight by default. The considerably advantages of the LED technology can be perceived in comparison with CCFL-tube equipped displays.
These include electromagnetic compliance and the option to dim within a wide range of brightness. The 5” display qualifies for the latest handheld generation by this virtue, but also for static applications. The life cycle of the built in LED unit is 70k hours for the VGA panel and 40k hours for the WVGA TFT (MTHB), according to the manufacturer. The quality of the new Slimline family is convincing, especially through high-grade reliability, brilliant colours and the contrast. Both brand new displays and the adequate accessories, up to driving boards are distributed by MSC Vertriebs GmbH.
The MSC sales and engineering team will be glad to answer your questions.
hitachi@msc-ge.com
www.msc-ge.com

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