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AUO 15″ On-Cell Touch Display With Extra Strong Protective Glass

06/19/2017

AUO TFT Display G150XTK01.0 with optically bonded 3mm protective glassIn our last newsletter we introduced the new AUO TFT Display G150XTK01.0 with integrated on-cell PCAP touch. For protecting the display surface AUO has specified that this display can be equipped with a 1.8mm cover glass, without sacrificing touch functionality and without reducing the number of touch points. Our special VacuBond® dry optical bonding process offers the perfect zero-default assembly for it. However sometimes 1.8mm are not enough. [more]


06/02/2017

Innolux G150XNE-L01 TFT display with wide viewing angleInnolux has launched the G150XNE-L01, a 15″ TFT display with an unbeatable price/performance ratio. Compatible to the popular G150XGE-L04, the G150XGE-L04 features a symmetric wide viewing angle of v/h 176°/176°, which enables perfect readability from the sides. In addition, it is brighter than the G150XGE-L04: 500cd/m². [more]


AUO 15″ TFT display with on-cell PCAP touch screen

05/19/2017

AUO TFT Display G150XTK01 with integrated PACP TouchThe new 15″ AUO TFT Display G150XTK01.0 features an integrated PCAP touch screen with 5 touch points for interactive operation with gestures. Since the touch is mounted directly on the TFT cell (on cell), the display is still compact and maximum 10mm deep. The converter for the LED backlight is also integrated in the panel. [more]


PrismaECO-IV TFT Controller for extended temperature range

05/12/2017

PrismaECO-IV TFT ControllerOur in-house developed TFT controller PrismaECO-IV is now specified for a further extended temperature range from -30 to + 80°C and is therefore suitable for outdoor applications under harsh environmental conditions. It is an ideal partner for TFT displays with a wide temperature range and LVDS interface, which can be addressed with a resolution from VGA (640×480) to WUXGA (1920X1200) via RGB analog or DVI interface. [more]


Industrial 15” display with only 6.3mm height

05/05/2017

NLT TFT Display NL10276AC30-53DThe technical progress of displays is often not in line with the ideas of the designers, as they are usually looking for a display with particularly compact dimensions, small or at best no disturbing bezel at all and convenient mounting.The new NLT display NL10276AC30-53D follows these wishes. Despite a height of only 6.3mm and a narrow bezel, it offers lateral mounting option. [more]


ORTUSTECH TFTs Now New at Data Display Group

04/17/2017

Ortustech New-Blanview TechnologyThe Data Display Group signed a distribution agreement with the Japanese display manufacturer Ortus Technology (ORTUSTECH) and they are now available. ORTUSTECH was founded in 2010 by merging the display units of CASIO and TOPPAN and offers a variety of different small and medium sized TFT displays, especially suitable for rough outdoor use. With more than 30 years of experience with industrial displays, ORTUSTECH is one of the pioneers in the LCD sector and has developed the optimum technology [more]


Ultra High Definition for your application: New 4K TFT displays from Apollo

04/07/2017

Innolux M280DGJ-30 4K Ultra High Definition TFT DisplayTFT displays with 4K ultra high definition resolution (3840×2160) show a very sharp image of fine structures and a large amount of information due to their high pixel density. Four full-HD images can be displayed unscaled at the same time. The image does not appear pixelated, even with scaled content or from a short distance. We currently offer Innolux 4K displays sized 28” and 40” as stock items. [more]


Case Study: VacuBond and transparent displays for self-service restaurant

03/31/2017

Transparent TFT display with protective glassApollo Displays provides optically bonded transparent TFT displays for an interesting customer project: A self-service restaurant without lines. The customer’s idea was that the consumer places an order via a terminal or his smartphone and fetches the finished meal in the restaurant. For this purpose a wall of boxes was prepared, in which the restaurant staff puts the meal from the rear. The consumer then picks it up through a transparent flap on the front of the box. The chief attraction [more]