TFT Displays with OLED viewing angle


Electronic Assemblys brilliant TFT displays offer all-round viewing angles comparable to OLED panels. Thanks to their extraordinary brightness, they are perfectly readable even in extremely bright environments.

Conventional TFT displays have one weak point: the more you look at the display at a slant, the weaker the contrast becomes. At a certain angle it can even tip over completely (gray scale inversion effect). Self-luminous OLED panels don’t have this effect, but they are limited in maximum brightness and life time. The IPS color displays from Electronic Assembly combine the best of both techniques. Thanks to their AACS (All Angle Color Stability) technology, contrast and colors of these graphic displays remain virtually unchanged even at extreme viewing angles. With a brightness of up to 1,000 cd/m², these displays are also clearly readable in direct sunlight. Whether in the operating room or the outdoor measuring station, these displays are in demand wherever one glance has to be enough.

Electronic Assembly offers the compact TFT displays in staggered sizes from 2″ to 7″. Even the smallest version already has a fine resolution of 240 x 320 pixels and is only 2.2 mm thin. All displays can be ordered with capacitive multi-touch surface.

The panels are easy to install with flex cable connection and matching ZIFF connector. They can be controlled via the classic RGB interface (16 or 24 bit). The smaller displays (2″, 2.8″ and 3.5″) additionally via SPI. They are suitable with any kind of microcontroller. The supply voltage is 3.3 Volt.

Designed for tough continuous use in industry, the TFT displays operate reliably between -20 °C and +70 °C. Electronic Assembly guarantees a service life of at least 50,000 operating hours. As with all its products, Electronic Assembly ensures long-term availability from stock for these TFT panels.


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