7.0-inch WXGA display is rugged for in-vehicle and marine use
Industrial display manufacturer, KOE, has introduced a 7.0-inch Rugged+ TFT display. The TX18D212VM0BAA features WXGA (1280 x 768 pixels) resolution, a 5:3 wide aspect ratio and IPS (in-plane switching) wide viewing angle technology.
Designed for use in high reliability industrial, in-vehicle, medical, aerospace and marine environments the Rugged+ 7.0-inch display is suitable for use where extreme temperature, mechanical shock and vibration are present, says the company.
When used in human machine interfaces, IPS display technology delivers exceptional colour saturation and image stability, high contrast and deep black levels with 170 degree wide viewing angles (vertical and horizontal). The 7.0-inch display features a contrast ratio of 1000:1 and a white LED backlight with a brightness specification of 1000cd/m². The display module has a built-in dimming control allowing backlight brightness to be controlled with a pulse width modulator (PWM) or DC voltage input.
The 20-pin LVDS interface supports eight-bit RGB, which enables a colour palette of up to 16.7M colours.The display module is manufactured using chip on glass (CoG) construction and has mechanical outline dimensions of 164.4 x 105 x 13.5mm and an active display area of 152.45 x 91.47mm. The Rugged+ module supports a wide operating temperature range of -40 to +85 degree C and storage temperature range -40 to +90 degree C.
KOE Rugged+ displays can be sourced and supplied for a minimum of five years. The 7.0-inch Rugged+ TX18D212VM0BAA TFT display module is available immediately from KOE’s sales channel distribution partners.
Kaohsiung Opto-Electronics (KOE) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Japan Display, it has its headquarters and manufacturing facilities in Taiwan where it designs, develops and manufactures LCD modules.
Japan Display was formed by the merger of the small and medium size LCD panel businesses of Hitachi, Sony and Toshiba in conjunction with the Innovation Network Corporation of Japan (INCJ). INCJ invested $2.6 billion and is the largest shareholder in Japan Display. The company has extensive fabrication facilities in Japan and commenced operations in the spring of 2012. Japan Display Inc is one of the world’s largest manufacturer of small to medium size LCD and produces displays for mobile phones, tablet computers, automotive and medical equipment.