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NEC TFT LCDs eye medical apps

Posted: 19 Apr 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:nec lcd technologies? ultra-extended graphic array? uxga? thin-film-transistor liquid crystal display? tft lcd?

NEC LCD Technologies Ltd announced that sample shipments of two kinds of its new 21.3-inch (54cm diagonal), ultra-extended graphic array (UXGA), amorphous silicon thin-film-transistor liquid crystal displays (TFT LCDs) that are particularly suited for use in the medical field will commence at the end of this month (April 2005).

Combining the company's super-advanced, super-fine TFT (SA-SFT) technology and a high-intensity, the NL160120AC27-05 has a brightness of 450cd/m?, which is touted to be the highest brightness level in the UXGA and above class of color TFT LCDs. This product is equipped with a switchable 10-bit internal look-up-table (LUT), which makes it possible to customize gray-scale setting, enabling selection of the most suitable 16.77 million colors out of 1.06 billion.

The second kind of TFT LCD is the NL160120AM27-06/06A. This device achieves a brightness of 1,800cd/m?, said to be the highest brightness level in the UXGA and above color class. Each pixel consists of three sub-pixels, and each sub-pixel controls 256 grey-scales individually. This module is also equipped with a switchable 10-bit internal LUT, which makes it possible to customize gray-scale setting.

NEC added that its LCD modules that are equipped with their proprietary SFT technology, which enables reproduction of high quality images and an ultra-wide viewing angle, are enjoying high acclaim in the medical field since it has been widely adopted by many medical equipment manufacturers worldwide.




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