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5.7-inch TFT display includes LED backlight

Posted: 22 Jun 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:LED backlight? TFT display? TFT LCD? LED backlighting?

HDG's 5.7-inch TFT with LED backlight

Hitachi Display Products Group rolls the TX14D12VM1CBC, an addition to its existing range of compact 5.7-inch displays that offers high performance demanded by industrial customers together with all the benefits of LED backlighting such as low power usage. By ensuring outline compatibility across the range of 5.7-inch TFT and STN displays, Hitachi continues to provide customers with choice to meet any design requirement in addition to a reputation for quality and reliability.

"The launch of the TX14D12VM1CBC offers a clear upgrade path for customers wanting to use mechanically compatible monochrome and TFT options. In common with the recently released SP14Q011-A, the TX14D12VM1CBC delivers QVGA resolution and an LED backlight packaged within the same compact outline dimensions," says Mark Stephenson, product manager for Hitachi Display Products Group. "While delivering consistently high levels of performance, the long life LED backlight helps reduce power consumption and removes the need for a high voltage inverter."

Operating over a wide temperature range of -20 to 70C, the TX14D12 delivers customers 320 x 240 QVGA resolution in the 131-by-102.2-by-10.9mm form factor compatible with existing compact modules. The normally white transmissive colour TFT displays 262,000 colors, while clear, bright images for all lighting conditions and uses are assured with 350cd/m? and a contrast ratio of 350:1.

TX14D12VM1CBC is available immediately.

- Henri Arnold
EE Times Europe




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