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NEC LCD ships 5.5-inch QVGA TFT-LCD module

Posted: 13 Apr 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:tft-lcd? quarter video graphics array? qvga? nl3224bc35-22?

NEC LCD Technologies Ltd announced that sample shipments of its new 5.5-inch (14cm-diagonal), quarter video graphics array (QVGA), amorphous silicon, thin film transistor liquid crystal display (TFT-LCD) module, part number NL3224BC35-22, will commence in June 2005.

This is the first module introduced by NEC LCD Technologies that features its newly developed Super-Transmissive Natural Light TFT (ST-NLT) technology, which delivers vivid colors even in direct sunlight.

By adopting the ST-NLT technology, the company said, a significant improvement in visibility, as compared with the predecessor product NL3224BC35-20/21, is achieved. The LCD module has a luminance of 750cd/m? (compared with the conventional 400cd/m?), high contrast of 500:1 (compared with the conventional 400:1) and low levels of reflectivity of the screen surface, with lower power consumption (3.75W) than conventional transmissive LCD products. These features enable clear and vivid color display in environments subject to natural outdoor light, and allow ease of reading of textual information and graphical information.

The new product is useable even in severe temperature environments, where the LCD may be susceptible to high temperatures or various temperature changes, with a wide operating temperature range between -10C and 70C.

NEC LCD Technologies also disclosed that they will continue to enhance its line-up of LCDs adopting ST-NLT technology to address the needs of a variety of industrial applications.





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